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Spring-Ford Promotes Soccer, Community Service at ‘Night Under the Lights’

The Sept. 29 mini-camp will teach Spring-Ford youth about soccer, and also about giving back to the Spring-Ford area community.

Credit: Spring-Ford Soocer.
Credit: Spring-Ford Soocer.

The Spring-Ford Boys Soccer team is holding the second annual ‘Night Under the Lights” mini-camp at Coach McNelly Stadium on Sunday, with a special emphasis on giving back to the community.

The mini-camp, which will run from 4-7 p.m., is open to all boys and girls from the ages of 7-12; the event will include skill-building sessions, team events, contests and games, insight into high school soccer, and a drawing to be a guest at a varsity game.

“Last year we held our first Night under the Lights, which gave the team the chance to ensure the future of their sport by instilling their love of soccer in younger players,” said Camp Director and Spring-Ford Head Soccer Coach Doug Landis.  “This year, they are giving back even more.”

Last year, the funds collected allowed the soccer program to purchase new warm-ups and soccer bags for the Boys Soccer team; in 2013, a majority of the event’s proceeds will go back into the Spring-Ford community.

This year, the $30 registration fee will to towards a donation to a charity selected by the team, and will create the first Spring-Ford Boys Soccer Team scholarship, according to organizers.

Camp-goers are also encouraged to bring shoes for “Ian’s Boots,” a project started in memory of fellow soccer player Ian Miller.  The team will also collect food for a soup kitchen in Norristown.

“These projects were chosen by the team member,” said Landis. “That makes me very proud of the character they show both on and off the field.”

Several community businesses are sponsoring the event, including Kelly’s World Class Automotive, Bravo Pizza in Limerick, The Peanut Bar and Grill, Kelly Insurance, Keller Williams in Royersford, Camelot Salons, Penn Liberty Bank, Sweet Ashley’s and Bruster’s Ice Cream.

Shin guards, soccer cleats or sneakers and comfortable clothes are required for the event. For more information, visit Ram Nation Soccer on Facebook.

Kim Schweitzer September 26, 2013 at 07:15 AM
Congratulations to the S-F Boys Soccer Team for their 2-1 Win over Phoenixville.
Kim Schweitzer September 26, 2013 at 08:54 PM
Congratulations to the S-F Boys Soccer Team for their 1-0 Win over Owen J. Roberts tonight Come and cheer for the RAMS tomorrow, Friday, at PJP!

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