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GAME ON! Capital Campaign 100-Day Challenge -- Updated 10/13/17

"This is an amazing school with such amazing kids. If you come to the school on any given afternoon, you will see how much is going on from sports to clubs to performing arts. These amazing kids should have great athletic facilities. We have four kids who will graduate from DHS over the next few years and this is our hometown school. So we are fully invested in DHS."
~ Larry Pankey

Hello, again!

More Dunwoody Friends have donated! Thank you!! See list of names below.

We will continue to update you every Friday during our 100-Day Challenge! We invite you to join this group of supporters!

Only several months after our initial kick-off, GAME ON! is still on! Progress is happening! Groundbreaking is now behind us. Please accept our invitation to join the GAME ON! Capital Campaign’s 100-Day Challenge!

As the completion of Phase 1 draws near, the GAME ON! Committee members were excited to be on hand to shovel the first dirt for the groundbreaking, starting this week, of the new bleachers being installed from the 10 yard line to the 10 yard line on the visitor’s side of the DHS multi-use field. New athletic storage units have already been installed in the end zone. In October, our track will be resurfaced, and a 5-foot high black vinyl-coated fence installed around it. These projects were made possible through donations to the Game On! Athletic Facility Capital Campaign.

We are now challenging our community to raise an additional $400,000 to begin the next phase of our campaign. Phase 2 will include lights for the multi-use field and the softball field, as well as a brick box building at our entrance to sell concessions and tickets. This new building will include restrooms! We also plan to improve our grounds with an archway entrance to our athletic facility and a way to recognize our donors.

Thank you to all our past and future supporters for helping make this dream a reality. GAME ON, WILDCATS!

Please join the following donors who were the first to accept the 100-Day Challenge invitation:
Pankey & Horlock, David Goodchild, Bill Gavlak, Jennie Springer, Stacy Stepney, Stephen Goldin, Nanci Rosing, Chuck Seets, Elizabeth Morris, Annemarie Madden, Kim Bertschi, Will Jackson, Hunter Sandifer, Vickie Volan, Richard Wilcox, Joyce Many, Jennifer Troha, Deborah Cameron, Stephanie Schiele, Nicki Mitchell, Jennifer Cohen, Jeffrey Cohen, Jeff & Lynn Garber, Shari Wassell, Rachel & Joe Greenfeld, Lynne Perry, Tripp Allen, Hope Follmer, Barry & Lynn Deutsch, Larry Bartel, Tom & Georgianna Hendrickson, Jeff & Elizabeth Johnson, Marni Barrett, Holly Blake, Paul Fernandez, Ryan Maddox.
A sincere THANK YOU for your generosity.

For more information, updates on our progress, and to donate online or by check, please go to the following link:
See below for WAYS TO GIVE (how donors will be permanently recognized). Donations are not limited to these amounts. We will gladly accept any amount you can give to help us reach our goal.

Other Ways You Can Help:
  • Host a fundraising party/gathering/coffee.  Email Melissa Humphries at to pick a date.
  • Spread the word!
  • Share on Facebook!
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