MONTGOMERY, Ala. (March 2, 2015) -- Montgomery Academy (MA) will host between
500 and 800 young athletes representing as many as 40 local Track & Field teams to compete
Saturday in the “Feeding Hope Invitational” track meet, which is being conducted to benefit the
Montgomery Area Food Bank (MAFB).
All team members and attendees will also be invited to participate in “MA Races to Fight
Hunger” Food Drive. The food drive is scheduled to start on the MA campus Wednesday
morning with carpool banners designed to raise awareness, and culminate at Saturday’s Feeding
Hope Invitational track meet.
Thirty seven teams have already registered to participate in the competition, which has been
broken into two sessions - morning (8:30 am) and afternoon (4 pm). Registration ends
Teams already registered include; Alabama Christian Academy, Loveless Academic Magnet
Program (LAMP) High School, Brewbaker Technology Magnet High School, Prattville High
School, Alabama Christian Academy, Jefferson Davis High School, Sidney Lanier High
School, Stanhope Elmore High School, Tallassee High School, Trinity Presbyterian School,
Wetumpka High School, Booker T. Washington Magnet High School, St. James School and
Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School.
MAFB donation collection barrels will be used at the meet and throughout the MA campus.
Media interested in covering this event should please contact Leigh Barganier,
Montgomery Academy Director of Communications at 273-7156, or