Inweekly Recognizes SYSA Impact on Youth

In its April 6, 2017 issue, the Inweekly wrote about how the Southern Youth Sports Association “fills the gap” for our youth, many who come from hard-luck families.

Each year, the SYSA programs reach more than 1,000 children and teach them the 4 B’s: Bible, Books, Balls and Balance. The results are successful, productive members of our Pensacola community, such as Terrell Hankins, a Reichhold Chemicals chemical operator and SYSA volunteer coach.

Says SYSA co-founder Lumon May: “Some of our kids have never been out of Pensacola.We provide our kids opportunities they otherwise wouldn’t have.”

Read the full story written by Duwayne Escobedo at http://inweekly.net/wordpress/?p=29078.

Remember, the SYSA is here to serve our community’s most valuable assest, our children. Sign up for our programs or donate to our organization today.

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