Tornados Game To Benefit Salvation Army Relief Efforts In Joplin (MO)
Indianapolis – Local minor league football team, the Indianapolis Tornados, supported The Salvation Army’s relief efforts in Joplin, MO when they played the East-Central Missouri Eagles Saturday, June 18, afternoon. The game was played at 2:30 PM, at Park Tudor High School, 7200 North College Ave. The Salvation Army collected donations for their ongoing relief efforts in Joplin. At half-time, Salvation Army Disaster Service volunteer, Rush Yelverton, spoke about his recent experiences in Joplin and The Salvation Army’s continued work there. Tornados went on to win the game 56-0.
"The Tornados organization is one of the best we have been around. From their players and their coach everyone on the team carried themselves in a well mannered way, and we appreciate that." Commented Rob Slape, Head Missouri Eagles football coach...
Re: Tornados Game To Benefit Salvation Army Relief Efforts In Joplin (MO)
Great Read...Always great to see organizations giving back to communities. I work for an insurance company and speak with policy holders from Joplin that have lost everything. It's heartbreaking. Good job on your efforts!