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Waldorf, MD (BlackNews.com) — The Potomac River Association for Youth (PRAY) hosts the 2014 1st Annual Super Bowl Fundraising Party on February 2, 2014 to be held at Sartik’s, 7670 Hawthorne Road, La Plata, MD 20646, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. to benefit the Potomac River Blackhawks Football and Cheer Team in the Southern Maryland Regional Area. Tickets to this community event can be purchased online at www.praysports.com.

The new and upcoming organization is preparing early for the 2014 football and cheer season by hosting several upcoming fundraising events to raise monies to purchase new training equipment, new football and cheer uniforms, rental facility costs, travel and administrative expenses that will be incurred to ensure a successful season for the youth in the community. “We want to bring our family and friends together to raise community support, enjoy food, fun, sports and fellowship. In the end, this gives us a chance to enrich the lives of our children and empower them to build self-esteem, self-confidence, and create positive and rewarding memories that will last a lifetime,” says President and Founder, Coach RaShaun Sibley, Sr.

With celebrating the Jr. Pee Wee team becoming the 2013 Division II Southern Maryland Conference Championship Runner Up in the first year of the non-profit organization, their goal is to raise over $50,000 for this upcoming 2014 football and cheer season, to have an even better chance of winning the championship next year, by hosting fundraising events, requesting donations and soliciting for sponsors who want to contribute to the building of the youth in the Charles County Maryland area.

About the Potomac River Association for Youth
The Potomac River Association for Youth, under the leadership of American Youth Football, Inc. within the Southern Maryland Conference, is a non-profit 501(c)3 athletic organization comprised of families looking to change the view of organized sports so that all children may participate regardless of capabilities or financial situation. Our mission is to help the child athlete meet their full potential by developing not only their athletic skills but also their self-confidence, character and to mold them into positive community role models. We provide coaching and mentoring for our athletes throughout their lives so that they can succeed not only as players in the rush of the game, but as determined, successful adults in their future endeavors. For more details, visit www.praysports.com

For more information, to purchase tickets or make a donation, contact:
Kisha M. Morris, Secretary
Phone: (301) 643-5484
Email: secretary@praysports.com

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