The Orange Bowl Youth Football Alliance visited Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex, home of the Florida Youth Football League’s Miami Gardens Chiefs, as part of the Orange Bowl YFA Park of the Week Program. Pictured from left, Miami Gardens Chiefs Cheer Commissioner Monica Perry, OBC member Gerald Grant Jr., Orange Bowl mascot Obie, Sports Authority Community Marketing Representative Emily Perez, OBC member Ronald Albert Jr., Miami Gardens Chiefs Football Commissioner Rich Jospitre, Miami Gardens Chiefs 14U Coach Toro Rolle, OBC ambassador Gary Smith and OBC member Melissa Gracey.
The Orange Bowl Youth Football Alliance visited Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex, home of the Florida Youth Football League’s Miami Gardens Chiefs, as part of the Orange Bowl YFA Park of the Week Program. Pictured from left, Miami Gardens Chiefs Cheer Commissioner Monica Perry, OBC member Gerald Grant Jr., Orange Bowl mascot Obie, Sports Authority Community Marketing Representative Emily Perez, OBC member Ronald Albert Jr., Miami Gardens Chiefs Football Commissioner Rich Jospitre, Miami Gardens Chiefs 14U Coach Toro Rolle, OBC ambassador Gary Smith and OBC member Melissa Gracey. Photo Courtesy Orange Bowl YFA
The Orange Bowl Youth Football Alliance visited Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex, home of the Florida Youth Football League’s Miami Gardens Chiefs, as part of the Orange Bowl YFA Park of the Week Program. Pictured from left, Miami Gardens Chiefs Cheer Commissioner Monica Perry, OBC member Gerald Grant Jr., Orange Bowl mascot Obie, Sports Authority Community Marketing Representative Emily Perez, OBC member Ronald Albert Jr., Miami Gardens Chiefs Football Commissioner Rich Jospitre, Miami Gardens Chiefs 14U Coach Toro Rolle, OBC ambassador Gary Smith and OBC member Melissa Gracey. Photo Courtesy Orange Bowl YFA

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