NCHSAA Hall of Fame Silent Auction

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April 2019
06:00 PM EDT
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April 2019
04:30 PM EDT

About Our Auction

Since 1987, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame has honored individuals who have made significant contributions to our statewide organization and their respective communities through high school athletics. Our Silent Auction allows us to raise the funds necessary to properly enshrine and celebrate these select individuals. Each new class is honored annually at a banquet and presented with a class ring accompanied by a video highlight segment showcasing each individual's contributions to high school athletics.

Statement of Compliance

All proceeds will be added to an existing endowed fund. The interest generated from this fund will be utilized in the future to offset costs associated with our Hall of Fame program. There is no student-athlete component involved other than the fact that the individuals recognized in the Hall of Fame have mentored, coached, etc. young student athletes during their respective careers.


About North Carolina High School Athletic Association

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes comprehensive and versatile athletic programs as integral components of the education process. Since 1913, NCHSAA has been a valuable partner to high school sports, administering the state's interscholastic athletic program for public and non-boarding parochial high schools. The NCHSAA sets a standard of excellence for all schools throughout the state and helps provide the tools that enable our schools to meet these standards. The Association now has 418 member schools and certifies the eligibility their student-athletes.

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