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November Newsletter

October was an exciting month with football starting to heat up, games becoming more important, and fundraising efforts ramping up for our signature event at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii. David Meltzer We started with a fundraiser in Kansas City at the American Royal BBQ cook-off to raise money for my Crescent …

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What You Resist…Persists!

One thing comes to mind with all the changes in the college playoff system…what a mess. David Meltzer No matter how we change this we always seem to have the same problem. People are constantly arguing who is number one? Who should be in the playoffs? Who should be ranked …

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Only MLB Award Not Based On Performance On The Field…Roberto Clemente Award

Baseball, sportsmanship, community involvement and contributions to their team, individuals possessing these traits deserve Recognition. David Meltzer Following up on last week’s blog focusing on unsportsmanlike conduct, we now look at the other end of the spectrum, sportsmanship and giving back to the community. Last Friday the MLB awarded the Roberto …

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One Bad Decision or an Accumulative Effect?

Seeming to have it all is much different than having it all. David Meltzer Picture yourself making millions in the NBA, frequently appearing on IMDb’s #1 rated popular reality show, and doing whatever you want, whenever you want. Sounds great, right? Although this may be the dream for most, it …

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Floated Like a Butterfly, And Stung Like A Bee

On October 1st in his hometown of Louisville, Sports Illustrated (“SI”) honored one of the greatest and most inspirational athletes, fighters and people of all time; the man who “Floated like a butterfly, stung like a bee…and others couldn’t hit what their eyes couldn’t see.” Yes ladies and gentlemen of …

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Teamwork Wins – David Meltzer

The suspense of being down 1 run, with a full count bottom of the 9th, is what America’s favorite past time is all about. This year, like every year, is full of suspense and baseball fans cannot wait to see who ends up playing for the World Series Pennant. However, …

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Who will be the next LeBron? Is she in the WNBA?

In 1891, a Canadian-American physical educator, physician, sports coach, and innovator decided to throw a leather ball through a basket at the YMCA in Springfield, Mass, and called it basketball. This game, which started with only 18 men, has now grown to be played by over 300 million people worldwide,including …