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A league’s thanks

The Mt. Pleasant Area Junior Football League would like to take this opportunity to thank the individual residents, elected representatives and supervisors of every borough and township, the owners and officers of each business, the officers and directors of each social club within the Mt. Pleasant area as well as those businesses, residents and municipalities from outside the area for their kind support, donations, contributions, gifts and sponsorship, which they bestowed upon the junior football program over the past years.

The officers, board of directors, coaches, instructors, players and cheerleaders of the league would like to also extend a very special thank you to all the parents, grandparents and significant others for taking time from their already busy days and evenings to fully support the participation of those young men and young women of the community with this constructive program.

Without the unyielding support of all those mentioned, the success experienced over the past 45 years by this organization could not have been realized and the positive outlook for the future would not appear nearly as bright.

Thank you for a great season of support.

Rick Albright

Mt. Pleasant

The writer is president of Mt. Pleasant Area Junior Football League Inc.


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