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January 18, 1989 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
Tom Danley has sold more pancakes than you can shake a spatula at and enough Christmas trees to fill a forest. He has raffled off cars and organized track meets and is in the midst of putting together a bingo program. He needs the money. He always needs the money. Danley has been the athletic director at Anaheim's Katella High School for 16 years and knows that an athletic program is as vulnerable as the local mini-market when funds run dry. He also knows how hard that money is to raise.
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January 18, 1989 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
Tom Danley has sold more pancakes than you can shake a spatula at and enough Christmas trees to fill a forest. He has raffled off cars and organized track meets and is in the midst of putting together a bingo program. He needs the money. He always needs the money. Danley has been the athletic director at Anaheim's Katella High School for 16 years and knows that an athletic program is as vulnerable as the local mini-market when funds run dry. He also knows how hard that money is to raise.
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January 18, 1989 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
Tom Danley has sold more pancakes than you can shake a spatula at and enough Christmas trees to fill a forest. He has raffled off cars and organized track meets and is in the midst of putting together a bingo program. He needs the money. He always needs the money. Danley has been the athletic director at Anaheim's Katella High School for 16 years and knows that an athletic program is as vulnerable as the local mini-market when funds run dry. He also knows how hard that money is to raise.
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January 18, 1989 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
Tom Danley has sold more pancakes than you can shake a spatula at and enough Christmas trees to fill a forest. He has raffled off cars and organized track meets and is in the midst of putting together a bingo program. He needs the money. He always needs the money. Danley has been the athletic director at Anaheim's Katella High School for 16 years and knows that an athletic program is as vulnerable as the local mini-market when funds run dry. He also knows how hard that money is to raise.
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