Sporting Kansas City joins forces to help Wyandotte County Boys & Girls Club
Sporting Kansas City, in conjunction with MLS W.O.R.K.S., along with Teva Neurosciences, Cerner Corporation and the Pepsi Refresh Project, will help revamp the Wyandotte County Boys & Girls Club and bring soccer programming to the Boys & Girls Club for the first time in its history.
Beginning today, the Boys and Girls Club will undergo a rehab of its Teen Center, which will include installation of computer workstations, Xbox Kinect machines as well as the donation of essential soccer equipment such as goals and proper attire needed for participation.
On Monday, there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil to newly-rehabbed Teen Center. This will also mark the kick-off of the Summer Soccer Series to launch soccer programming for the first time ever at the Boys & Girls Club, headlined by a clinic Monday evening. Sporting Kansas City midfielder Craig Rocastle will lead the Summer Soccer Series, and will be joined by other Sporting Kansas City players throughout the length of the program.
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