Community pep rally for Rome Wolves Thursday night

November 15, 2018--9:15 a.m.


Let's get fired up and ready for this week's challenge between the lines!

Please come out and join us at Barron Stadium for a community pep rally.

We have some very special events planned to celebrate Rome Football:

Free hot dogs

A pie-eating contest featuring representatives from RCS elementary schools and Rome Middle School.

A special ceremony to congratulate our middle school and youth football teams for another fantastic season and live entertainment courtesy of our awesome Rome High School  Band and cheerleaders.

To make sure we PACK Barron Stadium on November 16th when the Wolves take on Cedar Shoals, we will also have tickets to Friday night's game available for $10.

Tell your neighbors and tell your friends that the time has arrived to do as we have always done, and bring out the sea of red and gold.

Help us cheer the Wolves on to VICTORY 39!!!

Our team, our goal, ONE ROME! #BackthePack

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