Youth flag football organization still seeking donations – Times-Herald

Vallejo’s Sarna Flag Football League coach receives a community boost after someone stole the catalytic converter and damaged numerous lines, then stole the van while waiting for spares.

Not only is the van a huge loss, as it has been able to tow lots of equipment to the games, but it has also allowed the organization to provide rides for children to different events. They hope to raise $40,000 to buy a new pickup truck.

“With the spring season starting April 2 at the Vallejo PAL fields, we need all the support we can get from everyone willing to help so we can afford to buy the vehicles we need to operate. correctly this one-of-a league of sorts,” CEO Ryan Sarna said on the Facebook page. “We love our families and all the kids who play. No matter what, we will maintain our commitment to be a program at a low cost that anyone can participate in, regardless of their financial ability.

To view the GoFundMe and learn more about visiting Coach Sarna League: https://gf.me/v/c/ll6x/help-a-local-nonprofit-recover-from-stolen-van

Athletics preparation

Vallejo High Hosts Benefit Golf Event

The Vallejo High Athletic Department is hosting a 4-a-side Scramble Golf Tournament to benefit the Athletic Department on May 21 at 1 p.m. at Blue Rock Springs Golf Club.

Vallejo is currently looking for sponsors, raffle prizes and golfers to register.

Registration is online at vallejo.myschoolcentral.com or under contract with Tournament Director Patrick Brooks at (707) 373-5740 or [email protected] or VHS AD Josh Ramos at [email protected]

Sponsors should contact Brooks for more information. Register early to secure your spot.