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WAFAA seeking past football programs

The Wyoming Area Football Alumni Association (WAFAA) has undertaken a project that will create an Internet library of all Wyoming Area Football programs published since 1966. The initiative is called the Warrior Football Legacy Project. Thus far, 23 of the 45 football programs have been digitally scanned and posted on the Wyoming Area Football Internet site, www.wyomingareafootball.org (link to Legacy). Each program will show the front cover, football seniors, roster, team picture, and scores of each game. Coaching and cheerleader pictures are also being digitally captured and will be displayed in a separate area on the web site.

Alumni and fans are encouraged to provide old programs to assist with this project. The programs that are still needed are: 1991 to 1995, 1985, 1981, 1966 to 1979.WAFAA would need to borrow the program, scan it, and return it to the owner within a few days. For further information on this project, please visit www.wyomingareafootball.org, or contact Nick Perugini at 905-4041 or nperugini@aol.com.

WAFAA also has plans to create an e-newsletter that will be emailed to fans and friends of Wyoming Area Football. If you wish to subscribe to this newsletter, please provide an email address tonperugini@aol.com

WAFAA also has scheduled several events for 2011. The third annual Warrior Pride Football Camp will be held on Friday, July 29 at Anthony "Jake" Sobeski Stadium. The Alumni Golf Tournament will follow on Saturday, July 30 at the Four Seasons Golf Course in Exeter. More information can be found at www.wyomingareafootball.org

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