Little Cypress Youth Sports Association seeks help to rebuild concession stand

Published 11:33 am Monday, April 1, 2019

From staff reports

Little Cypress Youth Sports Association (LCMYSA) is seeking help from the community to help to rebuild it’s concession stand and equipment shed.

The building, like so many others in the county, was flooded during Hurricane Harvey in 2017. The building was demolished due to mold and significant damages, which could not be repaired.

LCMYSA is a youth sports organization that provides Track, Cheer and Football to the children from ages 4 – 12 and is based in Orange

“We are looking to have our new building up and running before the new season (2019) starts so we can continue to have a building to fund raise out of and also a building to store all of our equipment,” LCMYSA President Randy Brown II wrote on gofundme page. “All proceeds raised will go towards building the new building and buying the equipment for the concession stand such as refrigerators and freezers for food storage, an ice maker, and equipment to cook food with.”

LCMYSA had a Superbowl Finalist in Flag last year and looks forward to another great year in 2019.

Those who donate at least $250 will have their name (or business) permanently attached to the concession stand as a bear sponsor.
There are also have silver, gold and platinum sponsors at $500, $750, and $1000+.

Each level of sponsor will offer larger and more prominent placement on the LCMYSA sponsorship plaque as the people who help rebuild the concession stand and equipment shed, according to the gofundme page.

The organization hopes to raise $80,000.

“We understand the storm has made it difficult,” LCMYSA Cheer Coordinator Desiree Scales said in a phone interview.

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