Forest City Little Indians Wrestling Club receives Singlet Donation
FOREST CITY, IOWA – Today the Forest City Little Indians Wrestling club received a donation of 30 wrestling singlets from R.E.A.C.H.E.S.
“The donation of the singlets will help take some pressure off of parents needing to outfit their children with a new singlet and hopefully help more kids stay active in the sport of wrestling throughout these tough economic times.” said Jeremy Jordahl. “When a wrestler in our club gets new gear they donate their old gear to the club to be used by another wrestler. This give-back approach allows even the donation of one singlet to help multiple kids as their old gear is handed down. The donation of 30 singlets by R.E.A.C.H.E.S. will help countless kids over many wrestling seasons as kids who outgrow their gear give it back to the club.”
“Brute and adidas are the driving force behind REACHES and I think what they are doing to support wrestling throughout the country is really a blessing.” said Jeremy Jordahl. “They put on a great national tournament, the Brute adidas Nationals, from which all the proceeds are donated to wrestling programs across the country.” “We plan on encouraging our wrestlers to participate in the next tournament in 2010 and give back to the people at Brute adidas who have given us a much needed gift.”
About the Forest City Little Indians Wrestling Club
The Forest City Little Indians Wrestling Club is a non-profit group that offers youth wrestling instruction in the Forest City, Iowa school district. Offering wrestling instruction from K through 8th grades, the club aims to not only strengthen the athletic skills of participants but also foster, good sportsmanship, stress the importance of academics and instill a good work ethic in the kids they instruct. The club feels that these skills will help kids excel and achieve great things throughout their lifetimes.
R.E.A.C.H.E.S. (Rewarding Educational Athletic Choices Helping Each Sport ) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2007 in an effort to promote, protect and preserve the integrity of amateur athletics by providing athletic and educational opportunities to all athletes of all ages and abilities.
This unique experience will provide educational, technical, and lifelong lessons for athletes, coaches, parents and fans that seek to capture meaningful, compassionate, harmonious, interesting and active lives.
All profits from R.E.A.C.H.E.S., will be used to support specific needs in each sport to ensure future generations of athletes, fans, parents and coaches will continue to learn from valuable lifelong athletic lessons.
Contact: Jeremy Jordahl – 641-590-1081 – firstname.lastname@example.org