The gates to District Stadium will be open, allowing cars to pull right up to the concession stand window at District Stadium.
At an order station, customers will be handed a paper menu on which they will circle the items they want. As the selections will be relayed to the concession stand and prepared, drivers will pull forward to a second station where the ordered items will be brought to them.
The cars will exit through a gate on the west side of the stadium, and they will leave the campus on N.W. 5th Ave.
“We just want to make sure we’re following all safety protocols,” Brooks said. “So we figured if we keep people in their cars then we don’t have to worry about people standing around each other. It seems safer for everybody to do it this way.”
Money raised by the booster club throughout the school year is used to help fund replacement uniforms and equipment for all Battle Ground sports teams, offset the cost of athletic fees for students facing financial hardships and fund the Tiger Pride scholarship, which is awarded to student-athletes moving onto college.
“We just hope people will come out and help us sell off our inventory,” said Brooks, whose daughter Jordan is a graduating senior and a four-year member of the Battle Ground swim team. “I know we are going to have more requests for uniforms.”