from the Lindbergh School District
Friday nights are buzzing again as high school football kicks off across St. Louis. But there's another night where the true heroes shine. Lindbergh’s “boys of fall,” working together with hundreds of fellow students at Lindbergh High School, have been able to successfully capture the magic of high school football and package that experience for a very special group of guest athletes in an event that has come to be known as Sunday Night Lights.
This unique event is an opportunity for kids who are experiencing the effects of cancer and other life-threatening childhood diseases to, for one glowing evening, own the high school turf as football stars, cheerleaders, pom pom girls and marching band members in a game replicated just for them. Everything from the pre-game meal, to play-by-play announcers, to halftime entertainment, to the fans packing the stands, to the thrill of the band and the smells of the hot dogs in the concession stand is included in one memorable night neither the players nor the fans will ever forget!
The public is invited to experience Sunday Night Lights with us this year on Sunday, Sept. 22 at the LHS Flyers Stadium and help us fill the stands for these kids and their families in a showing of hope and support from the community that surrounds them. Learn more at http://sundaynightlights.net.