Winslow Youth Football has been running special clinics for youngsters of all ages during the month of July. It was nice to see the young football players back on the field after being away from their friends during the pandemic.
Winslow Youth Football Director said, “We as an organization felt it was extremely important to give the youth of our communities a safe place to be physically active with their friends and classmates. The best part is all the kids leave tired and with a smile on their faces.”
The dedication of the volunteer coaches to be out there sweating instead of being with their families is humbling, he continued. “Our organization is what it is because of them.”
(All photos by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography staff)
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