Homewood-Flossmoor High School Foundation

God Save the Queen’s Raffle: Flossmoor considers regulating royally popular fundraisers

In response to the overwhelming popularity of Queen of Hearts raffles, the Flossmoor village board is considering adjusting the scope of these types of fundraisers that would take place in town.
 

Supporting H-F High students

  Members of the Homewood-Flossmoor High School
  Foundation raised more than $15,000 at the annual
  golf outing and dinner on Sept. 7. Committee
  members are, front row from left, Katie Coderre,
  Sarah Huffman, Susie Goldberg and Paula Longawa,

H-F homecoming victory is a blowout

Homewood-Flossmoor High School students, alumni and community supporters had plenty to cheer about on Friday, Sept. 7, as the Vikings football team won the homecoming game 46-0.

It was the third victory in the young season for the Vikings. The team welcomed Stagg High School for the first of only four seasonal games to be played at H-F. 
 

Queen of Hearts raffle invades the H-F community

The excitement of Queen of Hearts raffles that has spread through the Chicago area is now available in the Homewood-Flossmoor community. Will the winner be decided at the first drawing on Wednesday, Sept. 12? Organizers hope to keep the raffle going for the 120 days allowed by the license, but it is a game of chance so anyone could win at any time, said Terry Keigher, who is heading up the raffle committee.

H-F High Foundation golf outing Sept. 7

The Homewood-Flossmoor High School Foundation will host a golf outing and dinner and afterward join H-F supporters to celebrate H-F’s homecoming on Sept. 7.
 
The golf outing is the major fundraiser for the foundation each year. In 2017-18, the foundation awarded $24,000 in grants to student organizations.
 

H-F Foundation sponsors golf outing on Sept. 15

It’s a golf, dinner and the Homewood-Flossmoor High School homecoming football game extravaganza on Sept. 15 for the Homewood-Flossmoor High School Foundation’s annual fundraiser.
 
Money raised from the event supports activities and equipment for the high school’s various student organizations. In 2016-17, the foundation gave $20,000 in grants to support student trips and activities.
 

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