Print This Post Print This Post

Letter to the Editor

Posted on April 23rd, 2013 by The Stand in Hometown News

Soccer League for youth begins this Saturday

Tillie’s Touch is starting a Recreational Soccer League for children that reside within the city of Syracuse. The majority of the children can not afford to pay a registration fee or have equipment to play soccer. Tillie’s Touch is waiving their registration fee for any child/family that can not afford to pay and will provide soccer equipment for every child that needs it.

We want children in the city to have the same opportunity that children in the suburbs may take for granted. We also want to help keep the children off the streets and participate in something positive.

Tillie’s Touch needs help. We are lacking some equipment and revenue to be entirely successful.

Please consider helping us receive some media attention so we may catch the public’s interest and possibly receive the necessary donations.

We will start this league Saturday, April 27, at 8:30 to 11 a.m. at the Dr. Edwin Weeks Elementary school at 710 Hawley Ave. in Syracuse and will run through June 1, every Saturday morning from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

You may download a registration flyer here. Please contact Dale Johnson for any further information.

Sincerely,

Dale N. Johnson
Founding Father
Tillie’s Touch
(315) 254-8569

Share

Leave a Reply

More News

  • Temporary Market

    Temporary Market

    [caption id="" align="alignright" width="461" caption="Howie Hawkins, Eat 2 Live board ...

  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Research shows that later stage diagnosis and less timely ...

  • Art Portfolio

    Art Portfolio

    Co-founders and Syracuse University art professors Yvonne Buchanan and Dorene ...

  • HIV/AIDS Education

    HIV/AIDS Education

    MENS, an acronym for Men Empowering and Nurturing Self, ...

  • Always Searching

    Always Searching

    [caption id="" align="alignright" width="512" caption="Jon Speed, owner of Jon Speed: ...

  • Drum Line Leaders

    Drum Line Leaders

    [caption id="" align="alignright" width="450" caption="The Syracuse Elks Marching Band prepare ...

Photos on flickr

Twitter Updates

    Business

    Saving the Building

    Saving the Building

    [caption id="attachment_9642" align="alignright" width="396" caption="A cafe and culinary school are ...

    Events

    City’s Aspiration True Question of I-81′s Redesign

    City’s Aspiration True Question of I-81′s Redesign

    Park, who was praised by Mayor Stephanie Miner for his ...

    Voices

    Five Years of Taking the Mic

    Five Years of Taking the Mic

    [caption id="attachment_9990" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Ruthnie Angrand stands with Seneca Wilson ...