Butch & Barb's Women's Football 101

 

Saturday, May 31


Join UT Head Football Coach Butch Jones and his wife, Barb, for this women's football clinic to benefit the Tennessee Football Leadership Series and the Alliance of Women Philanthropists Giving Circle.

Admission Fee:
$125 per person
Includes all events and dinner. Each participant will receive a jersey and an autographed football.
Note: The football clinic is a special event planned exclusively for women.

Reception Guest: $50 per person
Men are invited to attend the reception and auction portion of the event beginning at 8:25 pm. The reception is included for women paying the full admission fee.

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For questions, contact Lori Calvert at 865-974-0243 or Chris Spognardi at 865-974-2717.

Schedule of Events*


*Parking will be available in the G5/30 lot.

*Attire: Wear comfortable clothing. Shorts or lightweight pants, athletic shows and a lightweight top are suggested. Participants will be inside the training facility as well as outside on the football practice field.


3:00-4:45 pm

Registration and refreshments
Indoor Practice Facility at the Anderson Training Center

5:00 pm
Introduction by the coaches' wives

5:15 pm
Offense & Defense Meetings

5:45 pm
Fashion Show

6:00 pm
Tours of Anderson Training Facility

6:45 pm
Practice at the Haslam Practice Facility

8:15 pm
Conclusion of Practice

8:25-9:30 pm
Casual Reception Program with Silent & Live Auction
Haslam Practice Field (in the event of inclement weather, the reception will be held in the practice facility)

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Event Proceeds


Proceeds will benefit the Tennessee Football Leadership Series and the Alliance of Women Philanthropists Giving Circle grants program. The Football Leadership Series brings nationally-known speakers and innovative team building programs to the football team, imparting life and leadership skills. The Giving Circle grants program, a UT System-wide initiative, supports UT faculty and student projects that would otherwise go unfunded.