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What are the chances ESPN will do an expose on this. Or, even a 3 second mention of it.
This post was edited by WAREAGLE01 13 months ago
I agree with you. It would just be nice to see a few articles on the positive influences these atheletes have on their communities. This goes for all throughout the country. If some of these national sports sights would focus on these things more often, I think it would lead to younger atheletes and others doing more. I have always taken my greatest satisfaction from situations I feel have improved for others. It always gives me a feeling of pride when Phillip writes these articles.
Many of you know that my 7 year old son has autism. I have a lot of respect and appreciation for those who go out of their way , to spread a little joy in the life of any kid.
Thanks Team !
This post was edited by Double B 13 months ago
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