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The Western New Mexico University football team will be doing their annual spring cleanup that will take place Saturday, April 14.

The football program has cleaned over 300 properties over the years through this program, helping senior citizens and others around Silver City by cleaning their yards and performing chores they need help with.

The team breaks into 8-9 man groups (including coaches) and will spread out around Grant County armed with rakes, gloves, trash bags, and even paint brushes. Combined as a team they will put in well over 400 hours of labor!

They ask that you please consider supporting this project by making a sponsorship donation to support one of our players or making a larger flat donation to the program. Whatever you donate to our program, it will be greatly appreciated and will help out team with multiple needs including travel, recruiting and equipment. In the past we have had local businesses donate anywhere in the range from $50 to $1000. If you donate $75 or more you will get a season pass to the WNMU football games, $100 or more team signed jersey and $200 or more team signed helmet. All donations will go through our foundation and are tax deductible.

If you have questions or would like to get on the spring clean-up list, please contact Head Football Coach Frank Tristan at 214-970-6233 or by email at Frank.Tristan@wnmu.edu.

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