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Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 1:00 pm

The Desert Vista Football Boosters would like to extend a THANK YOU to the Ahwatukee community for supporting our program. This truly was a community effort and we could not have done it without all of the following support:

• Players - thank you for working hard on and off the field.

• Coaches and their families - thank you for your time and dedication to the program.

• Parents, trainers and cheerleaders - for constantly supporting our athletes.

• Fans - thank you for showing your support and BELIEVING in the team. Not only did you cheer them on, but many of you also supported the team by purchasing Thunder Cards.

• AFN staff - for articles and pictures that covered our team's journey from spring ball to the championship.

• To all the businesses that are on our Thunder Card - thank you for working with us and constantly giving back to the residents who purchased them.

• Safeway, Fry's and Sam's Club - for great pricing and quality products that supported concessions and porch.

• Bar-S Foods - for donating bacon for our Breakfast of Champions.

• Laser Creations - thank you for decking out the football community in DV Football Spirit Wear.

• Mad Chef and Bleachers - thank you for allowing us to hold booster meetings at your restaurants.

• Loco Patron - thanks for being a meeting location and supporting our pink-out car wash.

• Native New Yorker - thanks for pre-game meals and being a lead sponsor.

A shout out goes to the Genghis Grill, Ernie's, Chipotle and Mad Chef for hosting and donating our playoff porch dinners.

To follow us in the off-season check out our website, http://www.dvhsfootball.com, or follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DVfootball.

Jamie Fischer

DV Football Booster president

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