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Appeals to nominations for the National Council of Youth Sports 2008 Hershey's STRIVE Awards!

Appeals to nominations for the National Council of Youth Sports 2008 Hershey's STRIVE Awards!
June 12, 2008

We will be the beginning of the band, held Pep Rally, and celebrate with parades on Main Street USA. There will be a lot of publicity your city and your organization! No one is more worthy of the Hershey's STRIVE price you and youth sports programs are making such a great All-American success.

These very young athletes considered the industry's annual awards recognize coaches, administrators, officials and volunteers communities hometown by the USA which, by their actions and professionalism demonstrated that the youth sports teach respect, leadership, values and excellence!

Click here for Official Rules and forms of nomination:

The Nominating is easy as 1-2-3. Simply fill out a nomination form page and write a page of testimony.

There are four award categories:
Volunteer of the Year
Coach or official Year
The area youth sports administrator of the year
National youth sports administrator of the year

Deadline for applications is ENDEAVOUR June 30, 2008.

Everyone can participate: parents, members of the team, board members, community leaders, officers, directors, staff members, officials, players, coaches and all those who are affiliated with young athletes! Nominate your favorite, the most deserving hometown hero of youth sports! Do not delay, nominate today!

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