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Ticket guidelines for Bearden games

The Mount Ida Lions senior high football team will host their first home game this week as the Bearden Bears travel to face the Lions. The Junior Lions will take to the road to play the Junior Bears Thursday, September 17.

The Junior Lions Thursday game will kick off at 7 p.m. There are no presale tickets available for the Junior High game with general admission being $5 per ticket. All social distancing restrictions will be enforced at the game.

Friday’s game at Mount Ida will begin at 7 p.m. The seniors will be honored before the game.

While no presales will be conducted you must have a voucher to purchase a ticket Friday night. Family members of players, band members and cheerleaders will have until Tuesday to claim vouchers (up to four per student). All remaining vouchers will be available on a first come, first serve basis at Mount Ida True Value Home Center in Mount Ida from Wednesday at 12 p.m. to Friday at 5 p.m.

All Mount Ida fans are asked to enter through the south entrance next to the field house.  You must have a voucher to enter the game. You will present your voucher and $5 at the gate to enter. You are asked to pay with correct change to limit exposure.

AAA pass holders will not need a voucher to enter the game.

Guidelines for attendance:

The Arkansas Activities Association has made it clear to the School Districts across the State that everyone must comply with social distancing and masks guidelines if we are going to be allowed to start and FINISH athletic seasons.  If masks are not worn and guidelines are not followed, those in violation will be asked to leave the stadium and could even lead to a stop in the game. 

Masks must be worn at all times unless consuming food or drink. Fans and students are asked to please stay in their family pods and designated social distancing areas, and refrain from gathering in unmarked areas around the stadium. Parents, please keep your students and children in designated social distancing areas.  Administrators also ask that if you do not wish to abide by these guidelines, please remain at home and listen to the game broadcasts on 105.3 FM.

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