You can always depend on the people in West Texas to come together to support one another. On November 11th, mark your calendars,  Grub Burger Bar in Midland is giving back to the Midland High School  Football Booster Club.

Grub Burger Bar will be donating 15% of their sales from 4pm-10pm on November 11th to the Midland High School Football Booster Club. All orders must be dine-in, call-ins, or bar orders. Delivery orders will not qualify for the donation. Grub Burger Bar is located in the shopping center at the corner of Loop 250 and Midland Drive, next to Crumble Cookie.

You MUST mention Midland High Football when ordering. Another suggestion is writing Midland High Football on your receipt to make sure all donations are accounted for.

Don't forget to spread the word and invite your friends to this event, to raise as much money as possible for the Midland High School Football Booster Club.

You can JOIN the booster club!  Booster Club meetings are held weekly on Tuesdays at the Midland High School Cafeteria.

This Friday the Midland High School Football Booster Club will be hosting the Pink Out Tailgate Party before the game. Midland High takes on Abilene High this Friday at Grande Communications Stadium.

Bulldog Walk and Meal Immediately Following: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM (Kickoff is at 7 PM) Where: Grande Communications Stadium - Home Team Parking Lot (Look for the Tailgate Cooker & MHS Flag) Cost: $10 per person

(Includes: 1 Chick-Fil-A Chicken Sandwich, 1 Bag of Chips, Dessert and a Bottle of Water.)

Deadline to Order: Thursday, October 28 by Noon.

Don't forget to bring your lawn chairs!

*Meals will be preordered and available for pickup to those who have purchased prior to the deadline. No refunds.

Grub Burger Bar Midland
Grub Burger Bar Midland


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