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  Message from our Booster Club President
Dear Mount Si Football supporter,

As we turn the page on another year, this is the time when we being making plans for the 2014 season. This is also the time when we reflect back on the season that was. 2013 saw Mount Si Football continue its high level of achievement by reaching the state playoffs for the sixth consecutive year. The team finished with a 9-2 record, a combined 20-4 over the last two years, the best two years in program history. Numerous players were recognized on All-Conference, All-State, and All-Area teams continuing a trend of achievement and excellence that are expected of Mount Si Football.
As we begin making plans for the 2014 season, this is the time when many new families get involved. We welcome your involvement! We want your ideas, your input, your energy, and your creativity. I’ve used a phrase recently that a friend shared with me many years ago, “We get what we deserve when it comes our programs, leadership, and relationships.” The same is true for a football program. We get the football experience that equal to our investment of time, effort, and energy. Let 2014 be YOUR year to get involved and make a difference in Mount Si Football.
As the 2014 season is ready to begin, I believe the football program is in great shape because of these reasons:
  • Player Turnout - 120+ players
  • Coaching - 18 coaches on staff, stable with low turnover
  • Volunteerism - Strong involvement by parents and players
  • Off-Season Training – Strong participation & dedication by our players
    • Speed Camps, Strength Training, & Gervais Football Training
  • Achievement - Varsity record of 9-2
    • 6th consecutive year to playoffs, 7th in the last 8 years & best finish is school history
    • 6 team and individual records broken in 2013
  • Academic progress – no Varsity starter missed games due to academic suspension
    • 3rd year of our Academic Support Services that provides tutoring & academic monitoring
  • Player Development – 17 KingCo All Conference awards for players & coaches
    • 2 players named to Seattle Times All Area Team
    • 21 players played collegiately in 2013
  • Financial – highest revenues ($207k+) and expenditures ($200k+) in history
As you take in a Mount Si football game, we invite to you to enjoy the best that our community has to offer: first class facilities, an unparalleled setting, an exciting night game atmosphere, high level athletic achievement, and school spirit. Additionally, we celebrate the hard work and dedication of the cheerleading and pep band members as they add their unique contributions to enhance the game night experience for all of us.


Go Wildcats!
Jeff Mitchell​
President / Wildcat Football Booster Club

Corporate Matching Funds Programs: Does your company providing matching funds for your donations of cash or your time to non-profits? If so, you can help the Wildcat Football Booster Club achieve its goal of contributing support to the Mount Si Football program.
Companies such as Microsoft, Costco, IBM, Boeing and others have established processes for employees that contribute to a 501(c)3 to have their contributions matched. In addition, the United Way allows for contributions to be directed to non-profits like Wildcat Football Booster Club. Please inquire about this additional way that you can support our efforts. Often it requires you to provide us with a form that we sign to confirm your time or cash donation.
If you are going to be requesting matching funds for your donation of money or volunteer time, we ask for you to let us know. Please email our Wildcat Football Booster Club President, Jeff Mitchell at

Microsoft Matching Program: Funds donated to the Wildcat Football Booster Club qualify for the program at Microsoft. It's an easy, on-line process to get this in place for your contributions (go to //Give on the Microsoft network).

Microsoft Volunteer Time Match Eligibility: Full-time employees in the U.S., Microsoft are eligible to request a match for volunteer time with a $17 per volunteer hour donation. You may record any of your volunteer hours via the //Give Microsoft website. After you've reached 10 eligible volunteer hours for Wildcat Football Booster Club, you may submit a time matching request. Time Match requests must be submitted within 12 months of the start date of your volunteer activity.

Boeing Gift and Volunteer Match Programs
Boeing offers matching programs for employees to increase their positive community impact through charitable donations, volunteer hours and participation in fundraising walks. The three match programs can be used alone or in combination for a maximum match of $6,000 per employee per year to eligible organizations. Wildcat Booster Club is on the list of eligible 501 (c) 3’s. Donors can designate monies to any Mount Si club or sports programs, so it is important to let us know that you are making donations so that can be appropriately allocated.

Costco Matching Program: This program is designed to match contributions by select full time salaried employees. The maximum amount of the match varies from $1,000 to $10,000 annually per employee. Forms are available on the company intranet.

United Way: Employees whose companies participate in United Way community giving have the ability to designate funds to specific 501(c)3’s. Funds can be dedicated directly to Wildcat Football Booster Club.

Other: Don't see your company shown? Many companies in the greater Puget Sound area match donations to non- profits. Contact Jeff Mitchell at and we will work to help you get things set up with your HR department and giving program.
We are: Wildcat Football Booster Club - PO Box 412 - Snoqualmie, WA 98065 - 501(c)3 Tax ID # 31-1663016

2013 Wildcat Football Booster Club Roster
  President Jeff Mitchell (425) 260-6603
  Vice President  Bob Chapman (425) 922-3276
  Treasurer Chuck Weidenbach (425) 444-0514
  Secretary Rana Hoover (425) 213-6156
  Head Football Coach Charlie Kinnune (425) 831-4246
   Class Reps        
   Senior Class Kathy Hyland (425) 281-8413
   Junior Class Laurie Farmer (425) 445-8173
  Sophomore Class Meg Bonda (703) 304-3947
  Freshman Class Deanna Haverfield  
       Freshman Coordinator Karen Collins  
  Academic Assistance Sandy Chapman (425) 241-5108
    Christine Proctor   (425) 281-7304
    Karen Rockow (425) 681-7884
  Business Sponsorships Bob Chapman (425) 922-3276
    Sales Maria Jacobson (425) 888-8008
    Sales Kim Candelaria (425) 761-4176
    Program Execution OPEN    
    Calendar Laurie Farmer (425) 445-8173
    Team Communications Tamara McFadden  
    Website and Social Media Dave Snead (425) 214-6709
  Concessions Deborah Champion (425) 864-6100
    Tina Longwell (425) 417-7800
    Lou Longwell (425) 417-7800
    Purchasing Joanne Salinas (425) 922-1303
  Event Management      
    ASB Auction for Football OPEN    
    ASB Auction for Football OPEN    
    End of Season Banquet Melissa Bluher (425) 344-0707
    End of Season Banquet OPEN    
    Team Events Tracy Osiadacz (425) 233-1781
  Camp Registrations Stephanie McNamara (425) 736-5936
  Fundraising Discount Card Laurie Farmer (425) 445-8173
    Kathy Hyland (425) 281-8413
    Michelle Schlichting (206) 235-2434
  Football-a-palooza Angi Davis (206) 730-4904
    Rana Hoover (425) 213-6156
  Scarlet & Gray Club Jeff Mitchell (425) 260-6603
    Joan Lutz (425) 890-9048
    Gary Corra (425) 888-4338
  Merchandise (Fans/Players) Nancy Thomas (425) 765-0312
    Laurie Farmer (425) 445-8173
  Nutrition Melissa Bluher (425) 344-0707
  Photography Curt Carlson (425) 396-3134
    Bob Wachtendonk (425) 292-0738
    Karl Engdahl (425) 301-9212
  Season Program Bob Wachtendonk (425) 292-0738
  Senior Special Events Kari Takacs (425) 466-6039
    Angela Bolen (425) 445-5375
    Jill Hunt (425) 999-9702
    Susan Husa (425) 260-8084
    Fran Smith (425) 765-7812
  Tailgate Deborah Champion (425) 864-6100
    Bill Robey (425) 466-2278
    Ronnie Sadler N/A (206) 708-9161
    Daniel McNamara (425) 736-1131
    Purchasing Joanne Salinas (425) 922-1303
  Team Dinners Meg Bonda (703) 304-3947
    Julie Hanners (425) 864-3881
    Tracy Osiadacz (425) 233-1781
    Karen Rockow  
    Maria Jacobson (425) 888-8008
    Fiorella Ross (425) 761-6575
    Heather Hamerly (425) 442-7182
  HD Video/HUDL      
    Video Coordinator Jean Hillel (425) 269-5929
    Freshman Filming OPEN    
    Sophomore Filming OPEN    
    Junior Varsity Filming OPEN    
BOOSTER CLUB BUSINESS ARCHIVES - (Available For Download Below)
Number Date Description (Click On Title To Download)
1 05.2010   Incoming Freshman (Class of 2014) Parent Meeting Minutes
2 06.2010   Special Session Booster Club Meeting Minutes
3 11.2010
  Booster Club Meeting Minutes
4 12.2010   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
5 02.2011   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
6 03.2011   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
7 05.2011   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
8 05.2011 Our individual sponsorship program (Scarlet & Gray Club) that has been expanded & enhanced for 2011. The corporate sponsorship program is done in a similar fashion and it is detailed in the pages.
9 05.2011 Our strategic plan that has been developed over the last 5 months and that we are in the process of implementing.
10 08.2011   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
11 10.2011   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
12 09.13.2011   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
13 10.17.2011   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
14 01.09.2012   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
15 04.11.2012   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
16 05.23.2012   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
17 01.09.2013   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
18 02.06.2013   2013 Budget Summary (Available upon request)
19 02.06.2013   2013 Budget (Available upon request)
20 02.13.2013   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
21 03.13.2013   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
22 04.28.2013   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
23 05.22.2013   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
24 02.26.2014   Booster Club Meeting Minutes
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