The Floyd D. Johnson Technology Center and York Comprehensive High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America will host a powder puff football game at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12 as its community service project.
The project will be presented for state competition.
Proceeds from the game will be used to purchase bags traditional Christmas dinner items to be donated Tender Hearts Ministry, a York organization that will be giving away boxes of Christmas dinner supplies to needy families.
The game will be between the school’s senior/freshmen and junior/sophomore girls. Girls have signed up as flag football players, guys signed up as cheerleaders, and junior and senior members of the York varsity football team have signed up as coaches.
Each participant pays $3 to sign up, and admission to the game is $3.
FBLA students have volunteered to help pack the boxes on Friday, Dec. 16. The students also will help Tender Hearts pass out the boxes of food and cups of hot chocolate to recipients on the morning of Dec. 17.