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As a volunteer, nonprofit 501c3 organization, our purpose is to attract financial contributions to be used to provide financial support for Donegal Athletics. DAC is a private, independent organization having no legal ties with Donegal School District.

Donegal Athletic Club News

  • Donegal loses longtime coach Bernie Thome +

    Donegal lost a longtime teacher and coach on May 8. Bernie Thome was 81 when he passed away at his home at Brethren Village, Lititz, PA, on Wednesday, May 8, 2019. He spent thirty years at Donegal, teaching mathematics and computer science and coaching high school soccer, track and field, and Jr. High basketball, touching many lives. 

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  • Give a grad the gift of DAC +

    Welcome this year's Donegal grads with the gift of membership in Donegal Athletic Club! New graduates can be members for only $20 per year, and receive a shirt.

    It's our way of welcoming them as alumni and leaders into our club that raised substantial funds to help build the new athletic complex, and continues to work together to invest in Donegal athletics and our district.

    Welcome new grads with a yearlong membership to Donegal Athletic Club by clicking here.

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  • Nominate a leader for the Donegal Memorial Monument! +

    Do you know a leader within the Donegal community who has made a lasting, positive impact on our school district? Nominate them for inclusion on the Donegal Memorial Monument.

    We want to honor individuals who have in shown integrity, virtue, achievement, leadership, community engagement and service within the Donegal community.

    If you know someone who has made a positive impact on our students, parents or fellow members, nominate them here by June 30.

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  • Principal John Felix on community, longevity and the lifelong value of sports +

    Principal John Felix recently took time out of his busy schedule to to talk about one of his very favorite things: Donegal School District. Mr. Felix has spent forty years doing what he loves in a place that's very, very special to him. Keep reading to learn why he believes DSD is so great.

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  • Q & A with Wayne Emenheiser +

    In 1998, Wayne Emenheiser returned to his high school alma mater as the ninth-grade boys basketball coach, a role he held for 11 years before transitioning in 2009 to his current position as the girls varsity softball head coach. Keep reading to meet Wayne!

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