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20 Years After Murder, Community Moves On
Ernest HooperPublished: Friday, April 13, 2013Featured in the Tampa Bay Times (
Leto Players Memory Lives on in Program
NICK WILLIAMS Published: April 20, 2013Featured in The Tampa Tribune (TBO) It’s been 20 years, but Cheryl McCarter-Perry can still recall the last words her son spoke to her, just hours before he was murdered. “Mom, I love you,” she said. “I’ll see you later. I’ll be right back.”
CCBA Charity Classic-Proceeds Benefit ASCS
Carrollwood Community Bar Association is proud to continue their partnership with All Sports Community Service (ASCS) fort his year’s Annual Charity Classic. Since 1991, All Sports Community Service has assisted more than 1,000 local students in obtaining over $20,000,000 in academic scholarships and grants-in-aid through a web of mentors who have “come back to give back” according to ASCS executive director Tyrone Keys.
'85 Bears honored at White House
Article featured at WASHINGTON, D.C. – Flanked by Mike Ditka and Buddy Ryan, President Barack Obama enthusiastically welcomed the 1985 Bears to the White House Friday to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their Super Bowl XX championship.
NFL Charities is now the NFL Foundation
We are happy to announce that NFL Charities is now the National Football League Foundation!The NFL Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those touched by the game of football – from players at all levels to communities across the country. The foundation represents the 32 NFL clubs and supports the health and safety of athletes, youth football, and the communities which support our game.
Roy Lee Coleman Jr. Legacy Memorial
Roy Lee Coleman Jr was the first born of three childrens to the late Roy Lee Coleman sr and Marva M Coelman on August 11, 1958 in Jackson Miss,Roy led the Jackson Callaway High School Chargers to an undefeated season and a state championship win during the 1975-76 school year. No other metro Jackson high-school football team that has gone undefeated and won a state championship in the state since. During his senior year, Coleman became the Mississippi Player of the Year and shared co-honors as the state's Most Valuable Player.