Saints Football vs. Kinder

Saints Football vs. Kinder
Opponent: Kinder Yellow JacketsDate: Thursday, October 1, 2020

Time: 7:00pm

Location: Cougar Stadium at St. Thomas More in Lafayette, LA

Post-Game: Post Game Entertainment will be provided. No spectators are allowed on the field after the game.

*The Saints are the Home team for this contest.

TICKET INFORMATION

Ticket sale policy: Due to Covid, we are limited to 25% capacity in the stadium. As a courtesy to our Gameday participants and their families, the following conditions will apply:

  • For Gameday participant families (football, cheer, band and Sweethearts), three tickets per family will be available for prepurchase from 8:00am-3:00pm Monday, September 28th.
  • All remaining tickets will go on sale to the public at 8:00am on Tuesday, September 29th while supplies last.

Students: There will be a total of 100 free admission student tickets given away to current St. Louis Catholic students.

  • Beginning at 8:00am Monday, September 28th, Juniors and Seniors will receive a ticket request form in their school email inbox.
  • At 12:00pm, Monday September 28th, Freshman and Sophomores will receive the request form in their school email inbox.
  • Those awarded free admission will receive a confirmation email with directions on how to obtain their ticket.

Ticket prices:

  • $12 – Reserved Chairback Seating
  • $8 – General Admission
  • Everyone, regardless of age is required to have a ticket for entry.

Ticket office hours:

  • Monday, September 28 – 8:00am-3:00pm (Gameday Participant Families Only)
  • Tuesday-Wednesday, September 29-30 – 9:00am-12:00pm (While supplies last)

Ticket office location:

  • Soccer Concession Stand on SLCHS Campus

*Football players, cheerleaders, band and sweethearts in uniform do not need a ticket for entry.
*All tickets MUST be pre-purchased. There will be NO walk up tickets for sale at the stadium.

COVID GUIDELINES

  • Masks must be worn to enter the stadium and at all times during the event.
  • Social Distancing must be practiced in all areas of the stadium.
  • Tailgating is not allowed on STM’s campus per state COVID guidelines.
  • Further COVID guidelines will be provided soon.

THE DIOCESE OF LAKE CHARLES SELECTS DCMC PARTNERS AND THE LEMOINE COMPANY TO ASSIST WITH HURRICANE LAURA RECOVERY EFFORTS

THE DIOCESE OF LAKE CHARLES SELECTS DCMC PARTNERS AND THE LEMOINE COMPANY TO ASSIST WITH HURRICANE LAURA RECOVERY EFFORTS

The Firms Will Provide Broad Services Focused On Managing Recovery Efforts And Securing Funding

Lake Charles, Louisiana — The Diocese of Lake Charles, which experienced substantial losses across dozens of facilities due to Hurricane Laura two weeks ago, announced today that it has selected DCMC Partners and The
Lemoine Company to assist them with their recovery efforts. The firms, which have a long history providing similar services both in Louisiana and nationally, will provide the Diocese with project management support
and will be responsible for overseeing and executing Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funded projects resulting from Hurricane Laura.
Many of the parishes in the Diocese of Lake Charles sustained severe damages to their facilities as a result of the hurricane. “The breadth and depth of losses within the Diocese are astounding,” said Stephanie Rodrigue,
the Director of Temporal Goods at the Diocese of Lake Charles. “Initial estimates are just beginning to come in, but we think the Diocese experienced at least $60-$100M in losses, maybe more.” The list of known damages include: the destruction of five of the parishes and four others experiencing major damage; the loss of facilities and equipment supporting dozens of supported service organizations; and significant storm-related impacts across five of the six schools within the Diocese. This situation has created an unprecedented challenge and was a driver for the Diocese’s decision to seek outside expert assistance. “It is critical that our many parishes, schools and service entities get the help they need to return as soon as possible, so that we can continue to provide needed services and spiritual support in our communities,” said The Most Reverend Bishop Glen John Provost, M.A., D.D., who oversees the activities and spiritual health of the Diocese of Lake Charles. “Our decision to hire DCMC Partners and The Lemoine Company after a considered, competitive process that involved many qualified firms, will help us begin our recovery process to fully restore our Diocese for today, as well as tomorrow.” DCMC Partners is a public safety and crisis management consulting firm, bringing more than 25 years of disaster recovery leadership to help clients restore their services, rebuild, and maximize resources for
recovery. They have helped States, local governments, hospitals, utilities, schools, and other organizations secure, manage, and retain well over $30 billion in FEMA and other recovery funding, plus billions more in
insurance resources. The Lemoine Company, LLC is a top-400 commercial construction firm that specializes in project management, disaster recovery coordination, and construction management services. Both companies
are headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana.