Football: A Fall Tradition in A Schools Across America

By ShareAmerica It’s Friday night in the United States, and all across the country a fall ritual is unfolding. Cheerleaders ready their pompoms. Marching band members warm up their musical instruments. Teenage boys gather in field houses to pull on protective
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Child Abuse Prevention Advocates Ramp Up Fight to End “Passing The Trash”

Frequent headlines detailing cases of children falling victim to sexually abusive coaches, teachers, principals, custodians and other school staff has state Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams calling on the General Assembly to finally pass legislation that would better address the problem in Pennsylvania. According to the U.S. Department of Education, nearly 1 (more...)

Hockey Diplomacy Helped Break the Ice in Moscow

By Chandley McDonald Staff Writer In early October, 20 young ice hockey players and four coaches traveled to Moscow for 10 days as part of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s vision of “smart power,” which embraces a full range of diplomatic tools, including popular sports exchanges. The program supports (more...)

How We Can Protect Student Athletes From Sudden Cardiac Arrest

To the applause of a school auditorium filled with families who have lost their children to sudden cardiac arrest and families whose children’s lives have been saved by preventive heart screenings, Gov. Tom Corbett signed into law Rep. Mike Vereb’s (R-Montgomery) House Bill 1610, making Pennsylvania (more...)

2011 Maccabi Games Will Held in Philadelphia

2011 JCC Maccabi Games, an international sporting event for Jewish teenage athletes being held this year in Philadelphia and hosted by the Kaiserman Jewish Community Center. Albert Einstein Healthcare Network signed a deal to be the exclusive sponsor of Philadelphia Team, which will feature about 250 athletes and coaches from the (more...)

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