Bobcat Booster Club donates $15,716 to MHS athletics


The Bobcat Booster Club presented the Marshalltown High School athletic department with a check for $15,716 to purchase athletic equipment. Pictured from left, are MHS boys swimming coach Mike Loupee, girls soccer coach Stacy Galema, Carrie Loney of the Booster Club, MHS Activities Director Rollie Ackerman, boys track coach Doug Bacon and girls track coach Chad Pietig.

The Bobcat Booster Club has donated $15,716 to the Marshalltown High School athletic department to purchase several items for the school. The money will be utilized to purchase a new timing system for the swimming pool, two new soccer goals and new hurdles for the track and field program.

“I’m very appreciative of the Booster Club’s generosity,” said MHS Activities Director Rollie Ackerman. “The club is an invaluable asset that we have here in Marshalltown. They put a lot of effort and a lot of time into generating the funds.”

Carrie Loney of the Booster Club presented the check to Ackerman and several MHS coaches on January 19. She said the club raised the funds in several different ways some of which were apparel sales, club memberships, printed program advertising and more. Learn more about the Booster Club at