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May 5, 2009 

Dear Tyrone,
Hearing from you in such an unbelievable manner has been a defining moment in my career.  I sincerely appreciate the warm phone calls, messages, emails, and pictures.  First, let me say how very proud I am of your magnificent accomplishments.  I am deeply honored to have played a small part in laying a foundation for you and your classmates during a very historical and challenging time.
I, too, have spoken about “our” special class numerous times throughout my career.  I always began each school year, with my faculty, by saying that the greatest rewards from teaching may not come in the present but rather at unexpected times later in their careers.  I never felt that the best teaching situation is  one with all the bells and whistles, meaning supplies and gadgets.  Rather, the best teaching situation is one based on enjoyment with students and all the resources/experiences they bring to the classroom.
Who would ever believe that this defining moment would come my way thirty-nine (39) years later!  Your thoughts and words of wisdom have also inspired my family, my colleagues, and the State Department of Education.
 I will be honored to be your guest at the Hall of Fame in July.  I also want to know what I can do for your “All Sports Community.”  I have some ideas that may be of interest to you.
Peace and love,
Mrs. Hagan
“…With your help, my son, Larry Rodgers, was able to obtain a football scholarship at Georgia
Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia. I’m proud to inform you that Larry will be graduating
from GSU with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering on December 20 1999…Thank you for
being there for us when we desperately needed your professional help and support. Thanks for
being only a telephone call away these last five years. May God continue to bless your efforts to
help young men and women continue their education through sports and weary parents with so
many questions and such few answers.”
-Barbara Rodgers
“I can proudly say that I ended the semester with a 2.5 grade point average…I now see myself
as a role model for younger kids. I would like to help lead somebody in the right direction the
same way I was lead. Giving back to the community is very important to me…I would like to
extent my appreciation by saying thank you for your continuous help.”
-Atif Austin
“I wanted to thank you for getting me set up with the ‘upward Bound’ transportation. In the
hours I was with the kids to and from school, I got an appreciation for what they are trying to do
for themselves. It also made me appreciate what I have…I will be helping out…Thanks again for
these opportunities to help out in the community. It has truly been a life-changing experience.”
-Scott R. Ulm
“I have now completed one successful year of college at the University of Louisville, thanks
to you and my family. I am going to the university on a full football scholarship and even
completed two summer courses. On the football field, I made a name for myself by being
fearless, and by being the athlete that you and I knew I could be…I had the privilege to go to
elementary schools and talk to children about their lives and future plans. Whether or not I want
to be, I recognize that I am a role model for kids and some adults. All sports, I sincerely thank
you from the bottom of my heart for what you have done for me. You helped to give me the
chance of a lifetime. I plan to take full advantage of it and make my family proud, as well as you,
All Sports and the Tampa Bay area. Once again, I thank you and trust that you will continue to
present deserving and hardworking students with ‘the chance of a lifetime’.”
-Jeremiah (JR) Russell
“You helped make my dream of playing major college football, in one of today’s premier
conferences, a reality. Not many people believed that I would be able to compete at that level,
but through your belief and support we proved many people wrong. That is what makes All
Sports special. You see something special in everyone. I would like to wish All Sports much
success in the future, because there are other ‘Nathaniel Peoples’ out there. ”
-Nathaniel Peoples
“I will always remember what you and Mr. Paul Gruber have done for me. I don’t say much at
times but I do think about the people who made it possible for me to be here in college…I also
know that if it had not been for you and the staff of All Sports, I would not have the opportunity
to attend college and gain the experiences of flying for the first time…I want to thank you again
for mentoring me. You have played a very big part in my life by being there in times when I
did not think I would make it. Thanks for taking time talking to me when I know you thought I
wasn’t listening. Forgive me for the times I let you down. I don’t know what the future holds for
me, but I know that these past years will help me to be the person that God wants me to be.”
-Roy Herron
“Thank you for all you have done…I have been able to do these things as a result of you and the
All Sports community staff’s help. I mean, sure I probably would have still gone to college in
the state if I had not met you, but I would not have had the same support and opportunity that
All Sports provided. Just knowing I could call someone who was concerned about my progress
was the most valuable support of all. All Sports is a great program but most importantly a great
person and a terrific staff lead it. I just want to say ‘Thank you Coach Keys for everything.’ You
have helped me to achieve one goal of many I have set in my life. My foot is now in the door to
achieve the rest.”
-Carol Williams Jr
“I would like to express my family’s heartfelt appreciation to you for all the time and effort
you exhibited on behalf of our son, Pete Apostolou…We knew we were taking chances with
our son’s future by trying to do things on our own. I can only thank God we contacted you
and put everything in your capable hands. It’s probably one of the best decisions we have ever
made! I know that without your intervention, my son would not have received a FULL athletic
scholarship from Appalachian State University; the turn-around we experienced was amazing.
My son went from no college interest to ACTIVE recruitment on the part of several universities
in days! Your dedication and sincere interest in the well-being of our son (which far exceeded
just football) won’t be something we will easily forget.”
-Elizabeth Bowden
“I would like to thank All Sports Community Service, but especially Tyrone. When things
weren’t going the way I had planned, Tyrone stepped in and found me an athletic scholarship.
When times weren’t going very well at the beginning of my college carrier, Tyrone was always
there to restore my faith.”

-Steve Riggs
“All Sports Community Service was the sole reason that I was able to attain a marketing degree
from Morehead State University…I could never repay you for the time you put into allowing
me the opportunity to get a free education. You have taught me the value of hard work and
dedication. The amazing thing about your whole program is that I’m not just a number. Even
after I graduated you gave me my first job. You should be rewarded fourfold for all you and
your staff have accomplished and once again, thanks for everything.
-Corey Curry
“Your company went beyond the call of duty for our son. We feel you have become a friend
of our family and a mentor to our son. You have instilled within him a sense of confidence and
pride. You have helped teach him not to settle for second best when there was a chance he could
be the best. These things were not part of the contract and we thank you for this. We have over
the last six months watched a young boy grow into a very responsible young man who respects
the value of life. With your assistance we can look with pride at our son and know he will be a
great contributor to society. Thank you so much for this.”
-Ken and Paulette Holder
“You are such an inspiration making changes in so many young peoples lives. I am just one who
can testify of what you have contributed to me...So many opportunities and experiences have
opened up to me and I am thankful. In school my G.P.A is at a 3.0 for the first time in my life and
I am striving to get a 3.5… All Sports Community Service has helped me stay motivated and to
keep looking for scholarships. I must admit I really do understand how fortunate I am…Thank
you so much Mr. Keys!”
-Jorgie Shannise Franks
“I am a senior this semester. I will be graduating next spring. Normally, a bachelor in
engineering would take five years to complete. I am proud to say that I will be able to
accomplish it in four years. Even though that is an accomplishment in itself, I would like
to continue in pursuing a master…I would like to thank you in supporting my education by
awarding me book scholarships for the past semesters. I hope one day I will be able to return the
favor by helping others like myself.”
-Nam Nguyen
“I want to be able to teach and coach, so that I will be in a position to help people, the way
All Sports helped me. If Tyrone, in his willingness to help others, had not started All Sports
Community Service, my life would be drastically different…Because of Tyrone, the successful
organization that he started, and his supporting staff that made it all possible, I have received
a private scholarship from a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and I can afford to go to
college. Also, because of their assistance to me, I am on course to receive my degree in two
years, and continue my personal mission of giving back that you have given to me. I sincerely
thank you all for the opportunity that you have given to me, and hundreds others like me. Take
care and God bless.”
-Jason P. Rutledge


“Life is hard, especially when a person has to tackle it by him/herself. That is why I like to thank God for the special mentors he has placed in my life…I put in time to help them out, and they give me their love and financial help in return. I truly appreciated that. The money they bless me with…I am going to use it to help me make it through college. In college, I am entering my sophomore year, which I am currently enjoying. Thank you guys.”

-Jonta Mention

“I would like to take this opportunity to say “THANK YOU” for selecting me to be one of the recipients of an “All Sports” sponsorship…I feel this is quite an honor and I accept this with deep appreciation from the bottom of my heart. I would like o extend a sincere “Thank You” to you for all of your time and efforts devoted to helping me pursue my college education career and scholarship…Take care and God bless you always!”

-Heather N. Castle

“I want to thank each and every one involved who made it possible for me to receive a football scholarship to attend college. It’s not very often a young black man, like myself, has the door of opportunity open up; so wide that I was able to walk through it with dignity and honor. It is also a pleasure to have Mr. Keys as my mentor, because he has instilled in me ‘everything you want out of life you have to give it 110% in order to achieve your goal, and don’t let any negativity get in your way.’ Having a positive attitude and a strong desire can take you a long way in life, and your goal will be accomplished. At this time I really want to give him the props he so richly deserves. Mr. Keys, ‘Thank you’ especially.”

-Jonathan M. Burke

“Dear All Sports, I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you. Being a member of the All Sports Community Service has opened my eyes to various opportunities…Your scholarship did not just help me financially, but it helped me grow as a person, showing me that helping others is well worth the effort and is greatly appreciated. I enjoy helping others and giving back to the community. Life can be tough at times, but a helping hand from another is all it takes to make the world a better place. Helping others is a very high aspect of my life and I wish to help others just as All Sports helped me. Again, I would like to say ‘thank you.’”

-Ria Renuka Dubra

“Thank you for referring Eric Hayes to the Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation as an employee. Eric has proven to be a very valuable addition to my administrative staff. In his capacity as an afternoon school teacher, Eric has communicated his enthusiasm for school and sports to our students. We appreciate your referral of this fine young man.”

-Lee Godfrey

“Dear Shoenbaum Foundation, Where would the world be if there were not places like All Sports and people like the Shoenbaum Foundation to help support the young kids of the next generation? It is because of people like you that high school students, who might not be as fortunate to obtain a scholarship of financial aid to enter into college, can come to your program for help…I was truly blessed to have received help from All Sports and I believe what the program is doing is great. I will continue to tell friends, family members, and schoolmates of the magnificence All Sports has to offer…I feel All Sports is an excellent program to support. After spending three months with All Sports, I have learned the true meaning of community service and how to help out my fellow neighbor. The experience I had with All Sports could never be replaced. I had a chance to meet famous athletes, new friends and big time celebrities; and this is something I would cherish for a lifetime.”

-Jonta Mention


“I would like to thank All Sports and especially Chidi Ahonatu for helping me out with sponsorship money…I would also like to say that All Sports is one of the best programs out there for helping students get to college..You guys have really helped me out more than I can say. I don’t know if I would be here if it were not for you all. Thank you, Tyrone and Mrs. Marie, for realizing a need in my life and fulfilling it. And thanks for always being there. Your guys are the best.”


“I would like to begin this letter by sincerely thanking all of you at All Sports Community Service for assisting me throughout my senior year of high school and for being such a blessing in my life. Without the grace of God and the help of people like you, I would not be where I am right now…Through lots of prayer and guidance, I have been able to take the path that has led me to be successful throughout my freshman year in college. I am currently studying to get my degree in business management/marketing. I have been able to maintain a cumulative G.P.A of 2.87, which I am somewhat proud of since this is just my first year in college. I hope to have raised me G.P.A to a 3.0 or above by the end of this semester. I know that by setting goals, having faith, and being persistent with my studies I will be able to accomplish anything. Thank you.”

-Juan Segarra

“Dear Mr. Lee Roy Selmon…I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for the scholarship which you have given to me. It will help me a great deal and I really appreciate it. I intend to use the money for my educational purposes. I hope someday we will meet, so that I can thank you in person.”

-Lennox Dubra

“Dear Trent Dilfer…My first year was definitely a learning experience. I not only learned new things in the classroom, but I also learned many things outside the classroom. The thing that I have learned about the most, though, would have to be about myself…I sometimes question my decisions at the time because for the first time in my life, I was on my own. Being the first in my family to go to college made it even more difficult, because I had no one to go to that knew what I was going through. I have learned from every decision I have made…A lot of sacrifices have been made to make it possible for me to attend this school, and I won’t let anyone down. I would like to thank you again for your financial help. You made it possible for me to come home on the holidays, without you that may not have happened. Your scholarship also provided money for books…thank you once again, and may God continue to bless you and your family.”

-Kylie Moord

“Dear Steve White…My first semester experience here at Tennessee State University has been an eye-opener. I say an ‘eye-opener’ because I now have my own views concerning college and I no longer have to rely on others to paint a picture of it for me…Tennessee State University is a wonderful place to experience new things, to be challenged, and to learn. I am a witness to all these things…I would like to thank you…for making my stay here more comfortable. Buying books and traveling is stress-free and I really appreciate what you and the All Sports Community Service have done for me.”

-Tolisha Hobbs

“In just recently graduated, and let me tell you my college undergraduate journey was a success. I graduated in the top 5% of my class and I was fortunate to receive the magna cum laude honor. My final G.P.A was a 3.82…Mr. Keys and every one of the All Sports staff is exceedingly supportive and helping me to make my dreams come true. Thank you again for your kindness and generosity. Your sponsorship was a great help in purchasing my textbooks and school supplies.”

-Jonta Mention

“It has been a busy first year of college for me. I have managed to maintain a 3.035 grade point average…I want to take this opportunity to tank you and say how very much I am honored to continue to receive your scholarship. My meals are not covered at this college and I intend to use the money for that and transportation. I am most sincerely grateful for all of your kindness. I want to extend best wishes to all at All Sports and I want to again express the deep appreciation in my heart for this consideration given to me”

-Heather N. Castle

“Just a note to say ‘thank you’ to all of the All Sports staff for their assistance in getting my basketball career back on track. Tyrone, thank you for your take charge attitude in helping me find a school that I can be comfortable with. From the very beginning you saw to it to present me with a variety of choices. With all of the opportunities you presented to me, you always made me feel like I would choose the best option and I thank you dearly for the confidence that you showed in my ability to make a sound decision…thank you for all the calls you put in on my behalf and the encouraging words to keep my spirit strong…you met me at my weakest and still saw the good in me to share with others…The “most” incredible component of All Sports is not the people that comprise it, but the presence of God that shines through those people…All Sports has been a definite help in strengthening my faith. The organization has played an active role in bringing my athletic dreams back within reach. For their continued support, I say thanks.”

-Ushanda M. Pauling

“Dear Mr. Keys, I want to start off by saying thank you for having such a program as All Sports. Winning the Tony Mayberry scholarship is truly an honor to me, and I wish to express my appreciation to you and your program. I am excited about starting school. I am the first in my family to attend college. College is now becoming a reality for me. I am a little nervous, and very eager to start. I have been given a very good opportunity, now it is up to me to make the most of it. Again I say thank you for your efforts…Giving back to the community is important and I hope that you are able to help other students go to college. Someday I hope to be able to make a difference also.”

-Isaac L. Bristol

“To All Sports, Just a short note and say ‘thank you’ for your thoughtfulness and caring heart for the youth. My son enjoyed the state fair with a friend. We dropped them off and picked them up when they were ready! More than anything, he loved the funnel cake! Thank you so much for the tickets, and in case we haven’t mentioned it, I am also very grateful for your sponsorship a few years ago, when my son went to Mike Alstoti Camp. He’ll never forget that experience and gift…Thank you and God bless!”


“Dear Mr. Keys, the All Sports Community Service program has contributed positive leadership and peer to peer development through mentoring and sportsmanship. We thrive on special partnerships that provide leadership and service to our students to overcome challenges they may face on their road to success. Thorough this constructive engagement and experiences, our students will grow and learn to become the leaders of tomorrow. Congratulations on the NFL Charities Player Foundation Grant awarded to the NFL YET Center. In collaboration with Joe Trope, All Sports had a successful workshop with our students in November 2009 at the NFL YET center. The students played chess, exercised, and learned about financial education. I feel that working with the Coach and his team helped our students in achieving their goals…We are fortunate to have All Sports Community serve our student community, gain access to opportunities, and ‘awaken the social champion’ in them”

-Sharon Joller

“Dear Ms. Johnnie Ruth Keys, I gratefully accept the Johnnie Ruth Keys scholarship award. I am honored to have been chosen the recipient of the scholarship. I plan to attend the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida and major in marketing…Thank you so much for this award.”

-Sherry D. Carter

“Dear associates of All Sports Community Service; I am writing to keep you updated on my present status. I am currently doing well at Iowa State University. My grades are average, but I am working on pulling my grades up to a 3.0 or better…I’ve completed 15 hours of community service at Mary Greeley Hospital, the local hospital here in Ames, Iowa. At Mary Greeley, I had the opportunity to talk and visit with many ill people who appreciated that we took the time to visit with them. I’m currently enjoying playing football for Iowa State University. I’m a first year starter defensively, playing cornerback...Presently, the team is 4-5, winning the next two games will make us eligible for a bowl game. I’d like to thank all the people who helped me get to Iowa State. I really appreciate the support in school and my travels.”

-Atif Austin

“Dear Mr. Gruber, I just wanted to thank you for the opportunity that you have presented me, by giving me the scholarship for my books to go to Florida State University. It is truly a blessing and you truly are a great person. It is my personal hope that I can one day be an influence on the community in the same fashion that you have shown me. Thank you…I am now a public safety officer for the Florida State University Police Department, in essence that giving back to the community is still and will always be among one of my foremost interests. I have a walk-on meeting on February 11 2002 for the upcoming 2002 football season; I will be going out for the position of Tight End or Defensive Back. With high hopes, my faith in God, and physical training, I think it can be done; all this in concordance with the fact I lost a good friend and brother at Clearwater High School to a car accident and I am pushing for him as well, it was his dream to go to Florida State. Once again, I would like to thank you for your continued support of me during my college quest and I look forward to the day when I am looked upon as such a mentor and community influence, in the same fashion that you have been to me. Thanks Again.”

-Robert Judson Baker

“I wanted to personally thank you for your continued support and help during my college years. As you know, I finished my basketball career at Queens College and graduated with a degree in Corporate Communications…I remember my first conversation with Coach Keys in 1993 when All Sports was just beginning. Coach asked me if I was going to college and, of course, I said ‘yes.’ Then he asked the tougher question; Where? I told him I was talking to other coaches about possible scholarship opportunities and Coach asked if I had any offers. Again, all I could say was that I had been talking to other coaches. Coach told me I should have offers, not just conversations. I had the grades and the talent but no real contacts…After only one week of All Sports involvement, I got my first offer. It was not the fact that I had scored anymore points or had anymore assist, but it was the fact that someone took enough time out to help me get to the next step in my life…I want to thank everyone at All Sports (especially Coach keys) for having the vision that I live today, but could not see in high school…All Sports provided me guidance when I was uncertain about my future.”

“Dear Mr. Keys, we commend your efforts in being a mentor to high School athletes. With your guidance theses young men and women are getting a college education and will become a positive influence on the community.”


“Dear Mr. Keys, Many thanks from Christ the King Lutheran Church Men’s Club for your presentation our meeting last night. ‘Inspirational’ is the word I heard used most frequently. Your description of the purpose, method, and accomplishments of All Sports Community Services was indeed and inspiration for all. Most impressive of all was the return of graduates to support the program and mentor new recruits. You are a wonderful role model for all professional athletes when their sports careers come to a close. God bless you and your program.”

-W. Hardy, Secretary

“Dear Mr. Swayne, My name is Kellie Shari Mims and I am a recipient of the Harry Swayne sponsorship. I would just like to thank you for awarding me the scholarship once again…Again, thank you for your generous contributions. Good luck in all your endeavors.”

- Kellie Shari Mims

“On behalf of myself and my family, I would like to extend my utmost gratitude in selecting me for this scholarship. The award was very beneficial purchasing my books for the semester…I want to thank you again for assisting me with my finances because we all know the first to years away at college can take a little transitioning to. To Derrick, Mrs. Pulito, and Mr. Keys, Thank you again.”

-Aline Brooks

“Dear Mr. Keys, we go back many years and I have had the greatest pleasure in knowing you over those years. You have such a kind heart and you have really created a wonderful organization to help our community. When I contacted you about my brother-in-law, Fred Jenkins’, illness asking for some direction on how to raise money for him, you offered your hand to help immediately without any hesitation. You introduced me to a wonderful young man named labrawn, and I know him and I will continue to be friends just as you and I have stayed friends. You helped me organize a car wash that was a huge success! We raised a very generous amount of money for me brother-in-law and his family, and I cannot express in a letter how grateful I am to you for guiding me through the organization for the car wash. Your generosity has given me a sense of how much volunteering is vital to the community. I plan on continuing to help labrawn in the future and look forward to giving back to the community as they gave to us that hot June day! Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

-June LaCava

“Dear Lee Roy, As I approach the end of my first year at the University Of South Florida. Your contribution of your scholarship has been quite fulfilling and rewarding. During my first year so far, I had a wonderful experience of what college life is all about and looking forward towards my second year to be the same. I really enjoyed the classes I took so far and have made decent grades. My approach towards my second year in college would be even more beneficial because I had already experienced my first year. I really enjoyed meeting you at the Ricky Bell ceremony in person. I really like what you are doing for the community and hope one day I can put my foot in your shoes. Being a volunteer and mentor for All Sports Community Services made me realize growing up as a teenager, how important the kids of our community really are…I would like to thank you once again for your scholarship, which helped me a lot though my first year.”

-Lenrox D. Dubra

“Dear members of the Jim Lebedo Sponsorship Committee, I would like to thank you for the support to University of Tampa Baseball program and myself, in the form of this donation, which is well appreciated. This will help me further my education and my athletic career in the future.”

“Dear All Sports sponsors; I know that it is late, but I still wanted to write this letter to let you know how grateful I am for the money that you sent me last year. Without that money I would have had to spend more time worrying about money and working; instead I was able to use that time to meet new friends. More importantly, I used that time to improve myself as a person. I see myself growing into a more mature man every single day…I know that I will be able to handle whatever might come my way…I realize now that when I was younger I was so concerned with myself, I didn’t take the time to stop and realize what was really Important. I am now getting more involved with my fraternity and the charity work they do, I am also planning on spending some of my Christmas break helping the less fortunate. I don’t have the money to help give out scholarships, but I will definitely do what I can to help influence someone’s life like you have helped me. Thank you for helping me become a better man.”

-Joe Boyd

“Dear Mrs. Hagan; last week I read with great interest the Advocate article about the powerful impact your compassionate work left upon your sixth grade students in Jackson, Mississippi, during the turbulent and frightening times of civil rights struggles, violence, and prejudice. Your courage to stand by your students to complete the school semester as their teacher is certainly commendable. You clearly helped them to learn that race is no barrier to love, trust, learning, and potential. I know how touched you must have felt by the tributes paid to you by Mr. Tyrone Keys. I believe every teacher touches and changes lives in powerful ways but seldom learns of the differences made. You are so very fortunate to learn how your service helped lead him to an impressive career and success in many areas of his life. How wonderful that he continues to model your example in his motivational talks and that he uses your story- the difference one person, one teacher, can make- with all the students whose lives he now continues to touch because of your example…On behalf of Louisiana State University and especially the LSU college of education, please accept my heartfelt congratulations and appreciation for your devotion to children and to the teaching profession. Your actions epitomize the ideals we strive to instill in our students. You are a fine ambassador for your alma mater and a very special alumna.”

-M. Jayne Fleener

“Dear Mr. Swayne, my name is Kellie Mims and I am a recipient of the Harry Swayne Sponsorship for a third year…My junior year has been fine thus far. I am very grateful for what you are doing and have done for me in the past. Once again, thanks for your help with paying for my educational expenses at Frostburg State University.”

- Kellie S. Mims

“My name is Maurice JaJuan McCullough, a graduate of Florida A&M University. When Mr. Keys and I first met, he was my substitute teacher at Sligh Jr. High School, in Tampa. I was in a class of students that were active participants in the scholastic disciplinary system. In other words, we lived in the principal’s office and detention hall…I remember Mr. Keys trying as best as he could to reach the whole class by his persistent education first speeches. Little did I know that this was the first time that he was ever a substitute, and little did he know the impact of how his presence would help change the destiny of a little 5’7, 98 pound kid. I remember Mr. Keys and his overzealous speeches about life, love, education, goals, and the Chicago Bears…People like Mr. Keys only come along once in a lifetime. It’s amazing that a person of his stature and intelligence feels obligated, even compelled to reach into the lives of many young people and make an honest, lasting impression on their lives. Not everybody can point out something negative, while at the same time helping them to excel positively. I truly believe that Mr. Keys understands what is necessary for the advancement of young people today…I graduated High School in 1996 and after three semesters was In the honors program at Tallahassee Com. College, was awarded three scholarships, and fully paid presidential scholar award by Florida A&M University, obtained an international internship with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the International Youth Services located in Brunssum, Netherlands, graduated from Florida A&M University with a B.S. Business Administration, was the youngest administrator as a Youth Director for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and am now headed to Germany for a graduate internship with the University of Northern Iowa and their camp adventure tm. Youth services. I know that if it hadn’t been for people like Mr. Keys I wouldn’t be on the track that I am on today. He is indeed helping many other people realize their dreams and aspirations through the All Sports Community Service organization by keeping them on an academic tract of excellence while excelling in various athletic programs. I personally appreciate how his program offers a helping hand by partnering with the Joshua house and giving kids that have been neglected and abused a chance to connect with normality; a way of life that we all should experience. I believe everyone needs a chance to be loved.”

- Maurice JaJuan McCullough