A poem about baseball
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Finally, the conversation of sports begins. Rize tells everyone he played almost every sport, but he particularly likes soccer, track, basketball and football. In soccer he played right halfback and right wing.
The gymnasium at Calvary Baptist Church was recently transformed into a space for over 100 giggling and squealing children. A March 3 Pop-Up Play event allowed them to create their own playground.
A poem about baseball
Vendor Chino Dean likes to be known as the “Grand Baby Bugs Bunny” and from his cartoons you may agree. When creating one of his cartoons, the first thing he does is think about his character. Once he has a character formed in his mind and drawn on his tablet, he will imagine speaking to the character which is how he creates the dialogue for his cartoons.
A new surf program in Honolulu focusing on homeless teenagers provides lessons in both surfing and life, according to KITV Honolulu. These beginning surfers have… Read more »
Reporting on the outcome of the third and final day of the Street Soccer U.S.A. Cup.
Reporting on the fourth annual Street Soccer U.S.A. Cup.
Reporting on Street Soccer USA (SSUSA), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to use soccer as a tool for social change, moving homeless men, women and youth off the streets and into homes.
An in-depth profile of Street Soccer’s Sammy Almolhem, who previously served in Iraq as an interpreter.
Coverage of the fourth annual Street Soccer USA Cup, which brings together those experiencing homelessness to compete in a soccer tournament.
In-depth reporting on Street Soccer USA (SSUSA), a national soccer league for the homeless.
The Homeless World Cup brings together teams of homeless men and women from all across the globe including one from New York City.
Well, like everybody in the metropolitan area of Washington, D.C., I was happy about the success of the Washington Wizards for making it to the play-offs.
Organizations that work with homeless people in the South West of the UK are now more than 3,000 pounds better off, thanks to the fundraising efforts of runners in Bath’s half marathon.
Plans to hold the 2005 Homeless World Cup Soccer tournament in New York City have been scraped by organizers due to federal government policies that would have likely barred players from entering the United States.