November 17th at Polonia Banquets 4604 S Archer Ave, Chicago, IL 60632.
Doors open 1pm and Banquet ends at 5pm.
Awards presented after luncheon.
Each Player and Cheerleader receives one (1) complementary ticket and any additional tickets are $35.00 per person (adult or child).
We will hold your tickets under the name you submit below. Bring your photo identification to pick up your tickets at the door.
Deadline to order additional tickets is at Noon Nov 14th, 2019. After that our caterer will not change the headcount. Everyone must have a ticket to attend. No ticket sales at the door. No Ticket, No Entry!
Save $25 with early online registration starting April 1st 2019 ending April 30th. That’s right registration $100 if you register and pay before April 30th. We’ll post a link to registration on April 1st, no fooling!
Canaryville Lions Youth Football team is raffling off a Hitachi 50″ LED 4K UHD TV to raise funds for uniforms and equipment.
We are constantly upgrading our equipment and uniforms including this year’s purchase of rib protectors and silver jerseys for our home games. Show your support for our local youth sports program and buy a chance to win this Hitachi UHD 50″ LED TV.
Raffle tickets are $10 each.
Drawing will take place immediately after our Annual Awards Banquet on November 18th, 2018*. Winner need not be present to win.
Tickets available through Coach Adam Campbell, Kelly’s Tavern, and Lions football players.
Our thanks to Bill Babuskow, owner of Kelly’s Tavern, for donating this Hitachi 50″ UHD TV. Thank you very much; your support is greatly appreciated!
*Price of raffle ticket does NOT include entry to banquet.
Abraham is wearing one of our new silver jerseys for at Home games! We are having them silk screened with them team name and numbers, and will be ready for our 1st home game against the Jaguars on September 15th. We hope you can attend all games and cheer us on to a winning season!
Preseason training ends next week and there is no question our teams have gotten better! We have one more week of practice and a handful of spots left on the Varsity team. Come out Monday-Thursday (except Labor Day) or call Coach Adam to sign up.
Here some pictures from practice this Summer. Check out the team and come to our Opening game on Sunday September 9th!
On the morning of July 4th about two dozens volunteers with YouthWorks showed up at McInerney Park to work on painting park perimeter fence, fertilize and killing weeds on the field, they also helped Coach Adam organize equipment and uniforms for the Canaryville Lions Youth Football.
The group consisted mainly of youth from two churches and their adult leaders, and included two staff members from YouthWorks. All are staying at the Union Ave United Methodist Church (aka at the M.E. Church) and venture out every day during weeklong visit to volunteer around the city of Chicago. The M.E. Church has hosted a summer program with YouthWorks for twenty years.
The two churches hosted this week were Heritage Church in Sterling Heights, MI and Crossroads Church in Fergus Falls, MN. Although Heritage brought 32 young people, and Crossroads 20, many of the group’s contingency worked on other projects today so the team at McInerney consisted of 23 total, not including the two staff members from YouthWorks and two Lions coaches.
Today’s temperatures were in the 90s with a heat index over 100 degrees, but volunteers had a boombox speaker and their spirits were high through out the day. They enjoyed coffee and donuts early on, drank bottles water to stay hydrated and pizza & pop for lunch.
I spoke briefly to every adult and young person and asked their name and how they liked their visit to Chicago. Everyone had a different name, but everyone agreed that they loved Chicago, the diversity of neighborhoods and many admitted their experience was better than was they anticipated.
One of adult leaders from Minnesota said their town of 13,000 had more geese than people and chuckled when I told the neighborhood of Canaryville had just as many people! An adult leader from Sterling Heights found similarities with Detroit with regards to the perceptions of a “big city”.
Below are pictures of those working at McInerney Park.
Thanks to all those who helped on Independence Day!
Adult Leaders – Jake, Joanna, Kristen, Steve
Young People – Brooke, Cassie, Charlie, Jocie, and Micah
Adult Leaders – Lindsay, TJ
Young People – Halie, Jack, Libby, Lily, Luke, Mallory, Taylor, and Ty