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Knights Adopt-A-Family

By Reilly Manz

   There were bake sales, there was a dedicated football team returning hundreds of cans and bottles at the local grocery store, and there was one common goal, one mission that would unite this team.
     Varsity Football Coach Dan Loria and his guys partnered up with Volunteers of America, a non-profit organization that helps families in need rebuild their lives, adopted a family in need and set out on this mission.
     The mission was to raise $475. To raise this money meant a family with nothing would finally have something. $475 would make a single mom and her three kids dreams come true. They would get to celebrate Christmas and enjoy a few new toys and gifts. The Lahser Football, as always, overachieved beyond anyones imagination.
     “The bake sale alone brought in nearly $200,” Loria boasted. “We ended up with right around $600 for this family and their Christmas.”
     On Dec. 17, Loria and some of his players were able to met the family, delivering the wrapped presents and the gift card, as well as clothing, hats, gloves, jackets and everyday necessities for around the house.
     And all that wasn’t enough, Coach Loria and the football team also found a way to raise enough food to give nine other families a Christmas to remember.
     This goes to show the many amazing things this group of boys do on and off the field!

2 Responses to Knights Adopt-A-Family

  1. la martina polo April 10, 2012 at 7:03 PM

    Absolutely right. Going green is the future in every sense. Because if we don’t go green, then there might not be a future at all.

    Reply
  2. la martina polo April 11, 2012 at 3:48 AM

    For me he was part of the family of eurobloggers, and although this was just one part of what he was and what he did, I will remember him as one of the founders of the growing euroblogosphere – and I hope others will do so, too.

    Reply

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