Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/5/13
In anticipation of the Philadelphia Wings’ “Lacrosse In Education” game, Wings players Kevin Crowley (Shipley assistant coach) and Brett Manney (Holy Ghost Prep, Delaware, NXT coach) visited Melmark Tuesday to teach students, whose ages range from seven to 40, about the sport of lacrosse.
The players demonstrated the fundamentals of the sport while giving participating students an opportunity to showcase their skills.
The Wings will play their first ever “Lacrosse in Education” game at home against the Rochester Knighthawks on Friday 8 at 11 a.m. in a rare day game during the week. Tickets for Friday’s game and all Wings home games at Wells Fargo are available at www.WingsLAX.com.
Melmark is a not-for-profit organization that provides residential, educational, vocational and therapeutic services for children and adults with autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities, brain injuries and other neurological and genetic disorders. Melmark has an approved private school and homes on 80-acres in Berwyn, PA, where Melmark was founded in 1966.
It also has program locations, including a school and homes, in Andover, MA. Melmark’s programs and services are offered in an environment of warmth, care and respect. For more information, visit www.melmark.org.