Found April 15, 2012 on
I just got back from an interesting shopping experience in Evanston, IL. By chance I saw a sign for a book sale and for me that’s like a sign promoting free donuts anywhere near Vince Wilfork. So I stepped in and it was a mecca of sports themed books! So I started perusing and grabbing and loading up boxes and as I perused and grabbed I started talking with Scott Clayborne who is an administrator with North Shore Youth Football. The book sale is a fund raiser for the program so that children who can’t afford the equipment and fees to play can receive scholarships. He said that last season they paid for 50 kids to play and didn’t have to turn down anyone. They hope to keep that number going up.
I remember as a kid having trouble paying for things like cleats and batting gloves and uniforms and fees for little league. We managed but it wasn’t easy. So after I heard that I really started grabbing books and decided I’d give some away on the site and help promote their cause. At this po...
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