The Kendall Hammocks Warriors Tackle Football & Cheer program presented a $6,000 check to the Live Like Bella Foundation at Devonaire Park. The foundation, named in memory of 10-year-old Bella Rodriguez-Torres, supports the fight against pediatric cancer. Pictured include from left, Shannah Rodriguez-Torres, Raymond Rodriguez-Torres, Lisa Riadigos, Shirley Pintado, Kendall Hammocks Commissioner Mike Pintado, and Rayna Rodriguez-Torres.
The Kendall Hammocks Warriors Tackle Football & Cheer program presented a $6,000 check to the Live Like Bella Foundation at Devonaire Park. The foundation, named in memory of 10-year-old Bella Rodriguez-Torres, supports the fight against pediatric cancer. Pictured include from left, Shannah Rodriguez-Torres, Raymond Rodriguez-Torres, Lisa Riadigos, Shirley Pintado, Kendall Hammocks Commissioner Mike Pintado, and Rayna Rodriguez-Torres.
The Kendall Hammocks Warriors Tackle Football & Cheer program presented a $6,000 check to the Live Like Bella Foundation at Devonaire Park. The foundation, named in memory of 10-year-old Bella Rodriguez-Torres, supports the fight against pediatric cancer. Pictured include from left, Shannah Rodriguez-Torres, Raymond Rodriguez-Torres, Lisa Riadigos, Shirley Pintado, Kendall Hammocks Commissioner Mike Pintado, and Rayna Rodriguez-Torres.

Kendall Hammocks Warriors giving back during Homecoming

October 11, 2015 04:03 AM

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