Friday, 23 April 2010 00:00
Spring has sprung and the Wolverines are back in action!
The teams spent the winter meeting for game night playing board games from Twister, Monopoly and Operation to Life, Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune to stay in communiqué during off season time and the Wolverines sports-loving teams hosted its first awards dinner visited by Nassau County District Court Judge Tricia Farrell and Nassau County Legislator Robert Troiano, to name a few of the invited guests.
The Wolverines also visited the African American Museum in Hempstead to enjoy Matlock and Law & Order television star Kene Holiday for a reading entitled “Speeches of Frederick Douglass” and some of the team members participated in the Young Lawmakers event which included mock trials on the topics of education, childhood obesity and educational testing with members of the Nassau County Chapter of Jack & Jill.
Kudos to Coaches Andrew and Melissa Stewart, with the aid of Assistant Coach Beryl Hall in their efforts to combine education and cultural activities with sports! Next on the agenda is to have the team volunteer their services to assist with sending packages to struggling Haiti!
The Wolverines organizers delivered on their promise of yearlong education, competitive play and fun. Look for more exciting agenda items for the Westbury Wolverines. Registration is now open for the 2010 football season. Melissa and Andrew Stewart welcome all newcomers.
For more information, call Andrew or Melissa Stewart at 451-0484 or visit http://www.westburywolverines.com.