SUCCESSFUL GIRLS BASKETBALL PROGRAM SHUT DOWN LEAVING YOUTH ON THE STREETS
Released on: August 26, 2008, 6:11 pm
Press Release Author: Dhanraj Maharaj/Dream Team Sports
Industry: Non Profit
Press Release Summary: Youth On The Move's David Adams Terminated Abyssinians Basketball Program Parent and Community WANT Answers!
Press Release Body: New York, NY, August 26, 2008 - Youth On The Move's director David Adams has canceled The Abyssinian Girls Basketball Program after another successful summer of playing National Basketball Tournaments and Placing 10 Student Athletes in College. A program like The Abyssinian Girls Basketball Program prepares young ladies to succeed in a rapidly changing world and better equips them for the future. The girl's program can have a far-reaching benefit, despite the fact that benefits are not always evident immediately, the benefits include building self-esteem, improved health, increased exposure to career choices, enhanced social and psychological development, and future college scholarship options.
Dhanraj Maharaj of Dream Team Sports College Marketing States "A valuable program like this provides services to our community. The AAU girls' basketball program is a vital tool to educating the community and preventing youth crimes and keeping the children in a safe, quiet environment where they can participate in basketball and educational activities." Dream Team Sports has teamed up with Alexis Smith Director of Basketball at Abyssinian and respected Community Officials to Stage a series of protests to help prevent the termination of this successful program.
With an already great track record, Dream Team Sports, Inc. and Alexis Smith have successfully placed student athletes in colleges and universities throughout the nation. This year's recruits include:
1. Veronica Ruiz: Signed with Marshall State University. 2. Ravin Harris: Signed with American University 3. Jo Jo Guilford: Signed with Old Dominion University 4. Samantha Smith: Signed with Tallahassee Community College 5. Tiffany Robinson: Signed with Hostos Community College. 6. Caroline Francis: Signed with Middleville College 7. Danay Collier: Signed with Monore Community College 8. Lauren Morris: Singed with Daytona Community College 9. Kenote Powell: Signed with Mohawk Community College 10. Melissa St. Louis: Signed with Mohawk Community College
With the aide of recruiters and scouts like Alexis Smith, Dream Team Sports looks forward to another successful year of recruiting and placement as well as continuing to provide local/regional up and coming athletes with venues to showcase their talents. For more information on Dream Team Sports and its programs log onto www.abyssinianbasketball.webs.com or contact Dhanraj Maharaj at Dhanraj@dreamteamsportsny.com or 646.821.9943 ###