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The 411: Youth


Floresville Tigers read to elementary students


Floresville Tigers read to elementary students
Varsity Football Players, Aaron Laskowski #5, Gilbert Ortiz #1, Mark Livesay #32 and Dadrian Contreras #21 holding signs that the Kindergarten kiddos proudly made for them.


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October 10, 2012
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Floresville Varsity Tigers Gilbert Ortiz, Aaron Laskowski, Mark Livesay, and Dadrian Contreras shared their time reading to Kindergarten students at Floresville North Elementary on Sept. 28. Mrs. Duke’s, Mrs. Fleming’s, Mrs. Smith’s, and Ms. Schultz’s students were thrilled to welcome their special guests and enjoyed listening to their football heroes read and visit with them about the importance of being good readers.  . . .

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Rosalinda S. Parra  
Floresville, TX  
October 15, 2012 10:38am
 
 
Great idea, these young men are rough & tough on the field but gentle & kind to the little ones. Great way of giving back to the community. Good job!
 

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