Welcome to the BSS Athletic Boosters

2014 Corn Roast

The Blessed Sacrament Athletic Boosters (BSAB) Annual Corn Roast Festival is Friday, August 15th at the Children’s Home fields & grounds in Ft. Mitchell.


Corn Roast Volunteers

It’s that time of year again when we begin securing all of our volunteers for the Annual Blessed Sacrament Boosters Corn Roast.  This event is a fun event and helps us raise money to support all of our BSS youth sports.

We are in need of 6th – 8th grade or high school volunteers to staff our kids games.  This is great way for the kids to earn service hours over the summer.  There are three shifts available (5-7 P.M., 7-8:30 P.M. and 8:30-10:00 P.M.). Please contact Tom Meier if your child is interested.

We are also in need of volunteers to act as Booth Captains or to work a shift at many of our booths.  Please contact Lisa Jones.

All help is greatly appreciated and will go a long way to help us have another successful event.


Corn Roast Corporate Sponsorship

This year, we have added new sponsorship levels that give Corporate Sponsors the opportunity for advertising and involvement with Boosters events and programs throughout the year.  These new levels include recognition as a Principle Sponsor, for which 12 months signage will be displayed at our main fields at the Children’s Home, and Corporate Elite Sponsorship which in addition to this signage, will give advertising opportunities through uniform logo placement, (U6 Soccer and Baseball), booth set-up opportunities at Booster sponsored soccer tournaments, and incorporation of other advertising at the Corn Roast and other Booster sponsored events.

For more information please visit our Corporate Sponsor Information page or contact Pete Wischer or Benjie Pieper.


Soccer Start-Up Dates

Those participating in U-8, U-10, U12 and U14 should expect to hear from their coach sometime by early  August. Expect practices to begin sometime the week of August 11th with games beginning tentatively August 16 . The season will more than likely end sometime in early to mid October.




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