Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Brownsville celebrates Its My Park Day and plays football for a cure in Betsy Head Park

On 10/25 the Brownsville Community Justice Center staff and youth came together with Partnership for Parks, the Parks Department and Friends of Betsy Head Park to celebrate Its My Park Day. We also teamed up with the Mo Better Jaguars for a women's flag football game fundraiser for breast cancer. It was a fun-filled day in which the community truly came together to support one another, honor those who had lost the fight to cancer, and cheer the survivors. After the rough and tumble flag football game that was decided by an overthown pass into the endzone on fourth and goal in overtime, the Mo Better Jags took the field in a scrimmage to show off the toughness and resiliency that has made them Pop Warner champs for years running, making their community proud wherever they go to play.

Pre-Game Team photo



Mo Better Jags embrace a breast cancer survivor being honored for her fight


Ms. Cheryl Wray, President of the Mo Better Jaguars who organized the amazing day. 


Justice Center staff wearing pink jerseys for a cause.


Chris Legree, Head Coach of Mo Better (far right) with the team.
    

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