Coast II Coast All Stars Announce Tryouts
Missouri Rhythm Works With KidsTLC
August 19, 2013
Dear Mr. Newman,
Every year KidsTLC transforms the lives of thousands of children in the community. Our Psychiatric Residential Treatment program provides healing and hope for abused and neglected children facing the challenges of a mental illness. Our Behavioral Health and Autism services provide integrated care to children and their families in the community. Our Street Outreach services team provides resources to homeless and runaway teens throughout the metro area. All these programs are generously supported by community businesses and volunteers. One group of volunteers we can always count on is the team from Missouri Rhythm.
Missouri Rhythm players and coaches give their time and resources for our children and programs in many ways. Over the last few years, Missouri Rhythm players have provided multiple sports clinics on our campus. These clinics offer our kids opportunities to hear about sportsmanship, goal setting, team work and even to cheer on some impressive dunking skills. Interactions with successful community members provide our kids with a sense of hope for the future.
Along with group projects, Missouri Rhythm President, Bryant Tucker, served as an individual volunteer for our Mid Week Movie Mania summer activity. Mr. Tucker shared the team popcorn machine, pizza and a great movie with the kids. Some kids remembered him from the basketball clinic, earlier in the summer. What a great connection! We are grateful for the invitation to be the Charity of the Night at the November 23rd Livin’ the Dream Exhibition Game– a great opportunity to spread the word about KidsTLC, raise support and provide a great outing for our kids and staff.
Missouri Rhythm players and coaches are an invaluable resource and greatly appreciated by the children and staff at KidsTLC. We look forward to continued involvement with this organization and would like to extend an invitation for you to visit our campus and meet our kids.
KidsTLC Community Liaison
Cc: Bryant Tucker
WEST MICHIGAN LAKE HAWKS SET TO PLAY THIS SEASON
Indianapolis, IN. The American Basketball Association (ABA) www.abalive.com today announced that the West Michigan Lake Hawks have been added to the North Central Division and are set to begin playing games starting in November. “We’re very pleased to have Harold Whaley and his associates as part of the ABA on a team level,” stated Joe Newman, ABA CEO. “Harold has been part of the ABA for over five years directing the league’s IT programs including the very popular Fastbreak Club and Fastbreak VIP programs. We have discussed having his own team and it has finally happened. I know it will be successful.”
Aside from being CEO of the West Michigan Lake Hawks, Harold is also an Executive with the ABA as well as AB Hailing in Florida and California and has an extensive background in the entertainment industry He will be assisted by GMN Walter Love, a 30 year radio/television personality and Danielle Acton, Director of Strategic Development. Jeffery Burris will serve as Assistant GM. He has worked for the State of Michigan for 29 years while Eric King will be VP of Promotion using the skills he has acquired in 20 years in the entertainment industry. Chuck Caldwell will handle the team as VP of Player Personnel.
“I’ve worked hard to put together a very strong management team,” stated Whaley. “That was of utmost importance to us – and in Walter, Danielle, Jeff and Eric we know that we have what it takes to make us one of the premiere teams in the ABA. We will work very hard to make the West Michigan Lake Hawks something really special – and you can expect a new level of entertainment as well as great basketball.”
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