Found October 10, 2013 on Flyers Faithful:
Flyers Faithful’s own Hal Greenblatt grew up just outside of Philadelphia in Ambler, PA. He attended Temple University and graduated with a degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. He received his Master’s degree from Villanova University in Human Services and Counseling. During junior year of high school through freshman year of college, he worked for the Philadelphia Eagles writing stories and creating content for PhiladelphiaEagles.com.  Hal grew up a Philadelphia sports fan and is a “4 for 4″ guy. He attends all sporting events and lists Game 5 of the Phillies World Series as his highlight.   #5: Coaching …Continue reading »
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