The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m., organizers said.
The group, which first met last Monday, is expected to name a treasurer to begin raising funds to help in any way it can to rebuild the condemned stadium.
About three dozen people _ including Hamilton County Commissioner Tim Boyd (Dist. 8), Tim James, a former ERHS football coach and son of Raymond James, area banker Bobby Hudgens (Class of 1974), former State Representative Ken Meyer (Class of 1977), current football coach Tracy Malone, Municipal Judge Cris Helton _ attended the initial meeting last week. The group brainstormed about fundraising efforts, establishing a non-profit entity to handle the funds and the need for an official ERHS alumni association regardless of the current situation involving the stadium.
East Ridge city officials condemned the home stands of the aging facility in late August. Access to the home stands have been blocked for the Pioneers’ home games this year. Portable aluminum bleachers have been borrowed from the city’s Parks & Recreation Department to help offset the lack of seating in the home stands.