Higher Latrobe scholar athletes donate sporting items to children

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YOU ONLY SEE HISTORY ON THE 4th ANDREW: LIKE EVERY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT IN THE LAST YEAR, BOBBY HAD A LOT OF TIME TO THINK ABOUT THIS YEAR. >> WE’RE TRYING A WAY TO IMPROVE OUR SCHOOL BECAUSE WE TRIED TO MAKE AN INJECTION WHEN WE COME BACK TO THE CLOSING PERSON. ANDREW: BUT THE SEEDS FOR THIS SPLASH WERE SEWN A YEAR BEFORE. >> ALMOST TWO YEARS AGO HE HAD A SHOULDER SURGERY AND WITH THE SHOULDER SURGERY HE HAD LOTS OF TIME TO THINK ABOUT THE PERSON HE WANTED, TBEO AND MUCH LESS ABOUT THE WAY HE WANTED TO BE. ANDREW: A BOBBY AND HIS TEAM MEMBERS HAVE AN IDEA. YOU ARE LOOKING FOR DONATIONS FOR SPORTS EQUIPMENT FOR CHILDREN WHO CANNOT AFFORD. YOUR BIG ASK NOT AIG B ANSWER. >> WE HONESTLY SAY, AT THE BEGINNING OF THIS F WE HAVE A PERSON THROUGH THIS HELP, IT WOULD BE A WINNING FOR US AND WHEN WE ALL PEOPLE COME IN TO RECEIVE EVERYTHING IT WAS FANTASTIC. ANDREW: BUT AN ANONYMOUS DONATION OF $ 1,500 opened the door for you to entertain local families on a sporting goods shopping spree at Dick’s in the WESTMORELAND MALL. >> I THINK IT’S FANTASTIC. I love what they do for the kids. I think it’s nice to get them involved in sports and all they are to the kids is great. ANDR: EW SO GREAT, DICK’S SPORNGTI GOODS WON A $ 1000 GRANT FOR THE PROGRAM AFTER TODAY’S TRIP. BUT NOT THE INCREASED MONEY DOES BOBBY SMI? LE >> JUST SEE THE CHILDREN’S SMILES AND KNOW THAT YOU CAN HELP THEM AND GIVE THEM A CHANCE WE GIVE THEM SPORTS EQUIPMENT

Student-athletes from Greater Latrobe donate sports equipment to children in need

After her shopping spree, Dick’s Sporting Goods awarded the program a $ 1,000 grant

Updated: 2:43 PM EDT August 13, 2021

Almost two years ago, Greater Latrobe student Bobby Fetter had shoulder surgery that kept him from exercising, but he wasn’t just thinking about what kind of athlete he wanted to be, but what kind of person he wanted to be His teammates decided to give back some of the opportunities they received from the community by donating athletic equipment to children who can’t afford it would be a win for us, “said Tyler Lynch, a student and athlete from Greater Latrobe, that you could help them and give them the opportunity to grow up with sports equipment and everything, it was great, “said Fetter. After their trip, Dick made a $ 1,000 grant to the program. Fetter, who was entering his senior year, said he hoped the program and generosity of the people of Greater Latrobe will become a legacy for years to come.

Almost two years ago, Bobby Fetter, a student from Greater Latrobe, had shoulder surgery that kept him from exercising, but not just thinking about what kind of athlete he wanted to be, but what kind of person he wanted to be.

So Fetter and his teammates decided to return some of the opportunities they received from the community by donating exercise equipment to children who cannot afford it.

“We honestly said at the beginning that it would be a victory for us if someone helped us,” said student athlete Tyler Lynch from Greater Latrobe.

An anonymous donation of $ 1,500 took their good deed one step further and enabled them to host local families on a Dick’s Sporting Goods shopping spree at Westmoreland Mall.

“Knowing that you could help them and give them the opportunity to grow up with exercise equipment and everything was great,” said Fetter.

After their trip, Dick made a $ 1,000 grant to the program. Fetter, who was entering his senior year, said he hoped the program and generosity of the people of Greater Latrobe will become a legacy for years to come.

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