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The Soccer Club of Newington provides an opportunity for children to play soccer in a community-based environment that strives to promote personal and athletic development while learning valuable life skills. Using soccer as a vehicle, the club strives to develop each child's self-image, respect, talent, and sportsmanship, while having fun playing the game of soccer.


As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, many parents are trying to navigate on their own what this means for their child playing sports. Project Play is here to help. While some questions are best answered by public health experts based on local conditions, there are guidelines and best pra


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This past weekend, I finished reading the book, "Make Your Bed, Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe The World." I was inspired to read the book because many years ago, I came across the commencement speech below given by Admiral William H. McRaven. Admiral McRaven is the author of the book and expounds on the lessons he shared that day when giving the commencement speech. As a coach-educator, I am always thirsting for good material to read, view, and learn from; his words that day were truly inspiring and impactful. Though the lessons he shared were learned from his time during Navy Seal training, these lessons are relative to everyday life. Similar to sports, players learn skills taught and concepts elaborated on by their coaches that are applicable to daily life. Though the military and sports arenas are vastly different, they both possess the power of impact and influence.


Remarks by Naval Adm. William H. McRaven, B.J. ’77, ninth commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, Texas Exes Life Member, and Distinguished Alumnus. Admiral McRaven offered advice for changing the world from his 36 years of experience as a Navy SEAL: Ask for help when you need it, respect...

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