“While it was hard to see the smiles through the face masks, you could see the amount of joy they felt knowing they were helping families in need.”
March 1st was a memorable day for the 10G Red squad. After a weekend of games, the girls took a trip over to the Kroc Center where they put together 30 care packages for families impacted by the September wildfires.
“For the spring soccer season, we wanted to do a team builder for the group,” said Jeremy Bogan, head coach of the team. “My team manager, Kelley Wernicke, brought up the idea of doing some community service and I immediately agreed.”
Kelley was able to connect the team with the Kroc Center who had just the opportunity. The girls put together a total of 30 boxes worth of care packages for families impacted by the wild fires this past fall.
“While it was hard to see the smiles through the face masks, you could see the amount of joy they felt knowing they were helping families in need. A number of girls asked when we could do this again and wanted to do more boxes next time! It was cool to see how much fun they had helping others!”
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