Boone, Iowa—Tickets are available now for Boone’s 61st Annual series of Inter-Church Holy Week Services Kick-Off Breakfast on Saturday, April 12th. The breakfast will be held at the First Baptist Church at 612 8th Street in Boone and will feature Dave Anderson from the Iowa High School Athletic Association.
Tickets for 7:00 AM Kick-Off Breakfast are available for $5 through local churches, King’s Christian Bookstore, and at the door. The Saturday service will be based on Mark 15:6 – 15.
Born in Fort Dodge and raised in Renwick, Iowa, Dave Anderson attended Boone Valley High School and earned his bachelor and master degrees from the University of Northern Iowa. For the past 24 years he has been employed by the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) where he is currently one of the Assistant Executive Directors. He will be retiring June 30th of this year.
In his work at the Association Dave and a colleague developed and presented workshops to the IHSAA member schools and students throughout Iowa. Prior to joining the Association staff, Dave was a teacher and coach, a private business owner and a school board member. He represented the Iowa Association of School Boards on the IHSAA Board of Control.
Dave has been an active leader throughout his life serving as a high school class officer and church youth group officer. In college he was the Vice President of his dormitory, captain of the UNI Track and Field Team, and President of the UNI Letter Winners’ Club. He was the secretary of the Wall Lake Commercial Club, Spring Lake Country Club President and Assistant Chief and EMT for the Wall Lake Fire Department. He is both a Deacon and Elder in the Presbyterian Church. He leads worship monthly at the Eastern Star Masonic Home in Boone. In his work at the IHSAA, he has served on three National Federation Committees and is the past chairperson of the National High School Track and Field and Cross Country Rules Committee.
Dave is a member of the Iowa High School Athletic Association Officials’ Hall of Fame, the Iowa Association of Track Coaches Hall of Fame, and the Iowa Association of Track Officials Hall of Fame. He has received the National Federation Citation and Outstanding Service Award for athletic administration and leadership.
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