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Updated: 05/04/2013 08:00:25AM

Community invited to see football practice

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PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Ernie Cooper (left) and Rotary President Mat Chinault clap with the rest of the club for Bartow Rotary's newest member Katherine Combee as she was inducted Wednesday.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Bartow's new football coach, Jason Butler, who started his new job last Friday, speaks to the Bartow Rotary Club Wednesday. Sitting beside him is Bartow's athletic director Ben Bratten. The pair spoke then left quickly afterwards as the team's first football practice was being held that day.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Bartow High School head coach Jason Butler had his first day of practice with the 2013-14 football team Wednesday, May 1. Here on the practice field at the high school he had the team run down the yard line in different exercises.

By JEFF ROSLOW

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A new era in Bartow high football debuted Wednesday and first-year head coach Jason Butler invited anyone who has an interest in the sport to watch practice.

Butler, who started as the new head coach Friday, April 26, appeared before the Rotary Club with the school’s athletic director Benjamin Bratten Wednesday saying there will be a new era in Bartow football starting that day, as the first day of practice was going to take place in about an hour. He called the change a community approach.

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