The $98,000 goal is for the installation of 6 light poles to illuminate the football field as well as throwing and jumping areas for track and field.

"Proudly supporting Westby High School Athletics"

Friday night lights are back

Spanky's Challenge

The Norsemen Booster Club is seeking your help with the cost of the installation of the lights at the Norsemen Athletic Complex. There has been a challenge put out to local businesses to help us reach our goal. The goal is to have the lights that we purchased from UW-L installed before the 2018 fall athletic season. A leadership board will be prominently displayed at the complex to honor the businesses and individuals who generously donate towards the Athletic Complex.

Donor Levels
$500 Bronze
$1000 Silver
$2500 Gold
$5000 Platinum

Sleepy Hollow’s very own Spanky has put out a challenge to all businesses and friends of Norsemen athletics.  Spanky started the Challenge with a $1000 donation and is challenging others to meet or beat his donation.  So, the challenge has begun! 

Let’s come together and

TURN ON THE LIGHTS FOR THE KIDS!

Spanky Felton (Sleepy Hollow)--$1000
Blane and Mary Charles (Borgens Cafe)--$1000
Shane Nottestad (Zzip Stop)--$1000
Scott & Sue Sordahl (Nordic Lanes)--$1000
Scott Mowery/Jensen Crane Service/Rasmussen Group--$2500
Gerry & Corky Roethel (Badgerland Pheasant Farm)--$1000

Phil & Kris Strand (Phil Strand Agency-American Family Insurance)--$1000

Rodney & Nancy Davidson--$1000

Animal Tracks Veterinary Service--$500

Mark & Betty Jorgenson--$500

Vernon Electric Co-op--$500

Dan & Terri Kotek--$500

 Donations by credit card may also be submitted by clicking on “Take Action” at the top of this page.   If you would like your contribution to be designated to “Spanky’s Challenge” please state this when submitting your donation (our previous donation program is still underway). 


The Norsemen Booster Club is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, and all donations are tax deductible.  

After two seasons of playing football games in the afternoon, games are back to being played under the lights at the Norsemen Athletic Complex. These lights were once at UW-La Crosse and we were able to purchase them at auction. Over the course of this summer, we coordinated with contractors...many of whom have ties to our district and the football program. This help, much of it volunteered, happened in evenings, on weekends and included members of our football teams.   


Thank you to the following for their help on this part of Phase II of this project: 


Employees from Kish and Sons Electric including Tom Haakenson, Tim Hatlan, Mike Fisher, Jake Lucey, Lee Sheldon, Dylan Thurk, Tayler Udelhofen, Devan Mashakl, Katie Hyatt, Jason Stafslien, Jake Solberg, and Jeff Milutinovich.


Employees from Fowler and Hammer including Eric Lehmann and Ryan Burke.


Employees from the City of Westby including Jeff Strangstalien, Mayor Helgerson, Eric Miller, Seth Barstad, and Todd Sanwick.

Ron Janzen from Westby Electric Utilities.


Employees from Vernon Electric Cooperative including Craig Buros.


  Westby Area School District Students including Manuel Chavez, Daniel Frydenlund, Kellen Olson, Sierra Cade, Devin Nelson, Blake Hatlan, Lane Fisher, Ty Milutinovich, Bo Milutinovich, and Alexa Milutinovich.

Community members Scott Berg, Rory Stenslien, and Jennifer Milutinovich.


 Westby Area School District Buildings and Grounds including Norm Davis and John Opsahl.

  

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