The Floral Park Soccer Club’s Chiefs-Yellow (Girls 2008) raised and donated $400 to the Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf. The Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf was established in 1951 to help Deaf children unlock their potential through quality education.
The first few years of Indians soccer were more serious than they needed to be. No one, including coaches, players and parents, knew any better. It was all brand new. We played 45 minute halves on a full size field with full size nets in towns as far as Bohemia. We were six years old!
As the Rovers gathered in the corner for warmups at Globall Sunday afternoon, their thoughts were, as usual, on the upcoming game or what was going on at school. They were talking, laughing, and just enjoying being together as this close knit group always does. But they did not realize the reality that was slowly beginning to creep up on them.
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