PSJ Dolphins support breast cancer awareness

Published: Friday, November 9, 2012 at 03:37 PM.

We at the Gene Raffield Football League are very proud of our Port St. Joe Dolphin head coach Carl Hopper for taking advantage as a role model to get our younger generations involved in helping others and supporting a good cause at an early age! A special "Whoop!" to these young football players for wearing pink socks at such a young age and not being concerned with the color, instead they were more concerned with the cause itself. This color stirred up their curiosity and some children went to their parents with questions, one even had questions for a survivor. This kind of curiosity is great for helping this younger generation develop awareness about such an important cause. The Dolphins football team will continue to support breast cancer awareness.

A special pat on the back to Hopper for such an excellent idea and to the other coaches for joining in, This is one way of teaching our children to be a world-changer one color at a time.  Also, two thumbs up for these young boys for standing up for a good cause and not being timid of a color instead the played better than ever and are headed to the Super Bowl as an undefeated team.

We are proud of our Dolphin boys kicking butt and Rockin' them pink socks!

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