Menlo-Atherton HS

On Saturday night, April 13, from 7:00 to 11:00 pm, M-A coaches and parents will gather at the Sequoia Room at Burgess Park to dance the night away while they raise funds for a new state of the art weight training facility to be used by all M-A student/athletes.

This critical addition to the M-A Athletic Program will allow each team to work-out at M-A during the off-season to improve their strength and conditioning and prevent injury.  The M-A coaches are hoping to have the facility available for workouts beginning this summer.

M-A families and community members can receive special recognition for donations, including having their names listed on a permanent wall in the new weight training facility.

Tickets and more information is available online.

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