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players. Please check back often as important news items will be posted
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is with heavy hearts and our deepest regrets we announce that Susan
Morgan passed away peacefully on June 9th, surrounded by her
family. Our President and General Manager for the past 28 years
will be truly missed by the Chargers family, along with the football
community in Edmonton and the surrounding area. She leaves to
mourn her loss - her loving husband Dale Manko, her son James Devine
and his wife Desiree, her grandchildren Landin and Lilly, her daughter
Autumn and her fiancée Mike, her sister Michelle (Gerald) Dessert and
their children Delisca (Dean) Seifert, Tristin, Saralea and Braeden and
her great-nephew Elian Seifert and great-niece Kalaya Seifert, along
with many other relatives and close friends.
A memorial service will be held on Monday, June 27th at 7:00 pm, West Meadows Baptist Church, 9333 – 199 Street, Edmonton.
Susan always believed every child should have the opportunity,
regardless of financial ability, to play the game of football. In
keeping with her wishes, in lieu of flowers, donations to the Chargers
Football Club, c/o P.O. Box 78107, Edmonton, AB T5T 6A1 would be
Congratulations to the Bantam team on winning the 2015 CDMFA Tier I Championship!
Congratulations to the Peewee team on winning the 2015 CDMFA Tier I Championship!
The Rams Show Their Stuff
Jim Skitsko, Coach of the Sherwood Park Rams, recently showed how the
club exemplifies the qualities that we all strive for in the minor
football community. The Sherwood Park News published an interview with
"the Judge" where he demonstrated the same grace after a losing effort
as he has after many winning moments in the past. Following an
insightful description of the game, he offered this generous
“I’ve always had the greatest respect for the Chargers and their
organization. When I started coaching, I wanted to build a team just
like their organization has, and in many ways, they’re still a little
better than us — and in many ways, we’re almost as good,”. (You can read the entire article here.)
Thank you Jim, please know that we feel the same way about the organization you have built.
The Chargers Atoms had a great time at the Eskimo's Salute to Minor Football in September. See some more photos here.
Some Atom Chargers enjoying the May Eskimos Camp.
Some Chargers and Alumni helping out with the Christmas Bureau's hamper delivery.
Some very happy Chargers attended the Eskimo's Atom and Peewee camp last spring.
See the individual team pages (Atom, Peewee, Bantam, Midget)
for registration information and