News and Events Sponsored by Seth’s Giving Tree!
4th Annual Seth’s Giving Tree Clay Shoot Winners
Thank You to all our amazing sponsors for this year’s clay shoot!
All of us want to say:
Our final gift total is $6733!!!
While we did not hit our goal, your donations will supply 20,000 pencils to students in every school in Lancaster County!
It will also provide for 75 Football players to Fellowship of Christian Athletes Camp this summer!!
Thank you again for making this possible!!!
If you missed the Give Local Event yesterday and would still like to support Seth’s Giving Tree you can donate through our website at the link below.
Thank you again to all of you for your continued prayers and support!
Ken, Lisa & Tanner Muennich and all of us at Seth’s Giving Tree
2019 Spring Shoot a huge success!
The 3rd Annual Seth’s Giving Tree Spring Shoot was held on April 12th at Rocky Creek Sporting Clays. We had a great turnout this year and want to thank everyone who participated and/or volunteered. Stay tuned for the winners and photographs coming soon.
To all who came out and participated in the Health Fair and 5K on April 23rd. Your support of Seth’s Hope enables us to continue to reach out to youth in Lancaster County by providing food, clothing and school supplies to children in need. A special thanks to all the vendors who participated this year as well. We are already looking forward to next year’s event!
Courtesy of the Lancaster News:
Bear Hug Brawl spotlights jayvee play
Brawl at BHS Saturday
By Robert Howey
The Lancaster County high school football spotlight will be on the county’s four junior varsity football teams at the fourth annual Bear Hug Brawl Junior Varsity Kickoff on Saturday, Aug. 22 at Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium.
The jayvee football jamboree is played in memory of Seth Muennich, the late Buford High School junior varsity football player who died in an auto accident near the school four years ago.
Jamboree proceeds benefit Seth’s Giving Tree, the Seth Muennich Foundation, which was begun in memory of the late Junior Jackets’ football player.
“This might be our best jamboree yet,” said Lisa Muennich, Seth’s mother. “The weather for Saturday is looking good and we’re hoping for a good turnout.
“Things seem to be falling into place and we’ve had a lot of positive feedback,” Muennich said. “Our sponsorships have increased each year since we started.
“We want it to grow and do as much as we can for the community,” she said.
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Seth’s Giving Tree is proud to announce the first scholarship Recipients for 2014-2015 Lancaster County Seniors!
Thank You for making the Midlands Gives drive an amazing success!
Faith, Football, Friends
Alison Rauch – www.facebook.com/CN2RockHill – 08/21/2013
Angels among us .. Seth’s Hope spreads Christmas love
Gregory A. Summers – www.thelancasternews.com – 12/23/2012
It might be winter, but Seth’s Giving Tree continues to flourish. The foundation is nourished by Christmas love of an angel tree that unites young people and reaches out to needy families in the Buford community.
Dubbed Seth’s Hope in honor of the late Seth Muennich, who was tragically killed in September 2011, the angel tree ministered to 53 families and 99 children this Christmas, up from 37 children the previous year.
The coincidence of helping that many families wasn’t lost on Seth’s mom, Lisa Muennich. Some coincidences, she said, are just too hard to explain; Seth wore No. 53 for the Buford High School junior varsity football team.
“Imagine that,” Lisa said.
Cherished Jersey Becomes Healing Gift
David Hood – www.tigernet.com – 08/06/2012
College football headlines are dominated in this day and age by stories that highlight the cheating scandals, arrests and the greed that seem to be symptoms of the world we live in.
Take heart college football fans – there are still good people in the game we love, and people can find hope and a sliver of something good, even in a tragedy.
This is a story about two young men who never met. Two young football players who shared a number, a love of Clemson and a love of the game of football, and it is the selflessness of one and the love of family and friends for another that make this story what it is. It is the story of how a tragedy brought two families together, and how one of those families is using the memory of a cherished loved one to provide a brighter day for a hopeful college student.