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Lincoln City Homepage is proud to announce that bidding is open on the sale of title sponsorship of advertising space for publication of the Taft High 7-12 fall sports schedule, with all proceeds benefiting the Taft Booster Club.

The highest bidder to sponsor the ad for the three-month 2018 fall sports season will be announced prior to Taft High’s opening football game, Friday, Aug. 31, at Harrisburg. The ad will appear daily beginning every Sunday and list all Taft High sports events for the coming week.

The winning business will have its company’s logo and link to its website as the featured part of the daily advertisement on the website’s homepage through the conclusion of fall sports in November. At that time, Homepage will accept bids to become title sponsor of the school’s winter sports schedule, with all proceeds again benefiting the school’s athletic programs.

Homepage will join the winning title sponsor in formally making the donation to Taft High at the school’s annual Booster Club Auction, Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Lincoln City Beach Club & Event Center, 2020 NE 22nd St.

Winning bid = $150

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