Crozer-Keystone and Philadelphia Union Recognize Local Winners for Delaware County Poster Contest through Kicks for Kids Program - Crozer-Keystone Health System - PA

Published on May 29, 2015

Crozer-Keystone and Philadelphia Union Recognize Local Winners for Delaware County Poster Contest through Kicks for Kids Program

Crozer-Keystone Health SystemMedia Contact:
Aubrey Proud
(610) 447-6171
Aubrey.Proud@crozer.org

  • Winning posters for the 11-12 age group.
  • Winning posters for the 9-10 age group.
  • Winning posters for the 7-8 age group.

Crozer-Keystone Health System and the Philadelphia Union have recognized 14 students as the winners for their Delaware County poster contest. Local students between the ages of 7-12 were asked to submit a poster with the theme of “Soccer, Health and Friends” to earn a chance to win tickets for the New York City Football Club vs. Philadelphia Union soccer game at PPL Park on June 6. A total of 52 tickets were awarded by Crozer-Keystone to 14 talented students and their families through the Philadelphia Union’s Kicks for Kids program.

The winners of each age division along with their school are listed below:

Ages 7-8

  • Alexis Burns, Glenwood Elementary School in Media
  • Will Gutierrez, Scenic Hills Elementary School in Springfield
  • Vanel Melendez, Chester Community Charter School in Chester
  • Erika Smith, Bell Avenue Elementary School in Yeadon
  • Honorable Mention: Tahjae Young, Chester Community Charter School in Chester

Ages 9-10

  • Alexis DiBartolomeo, Harvey C. Sabold Elementary School in Springfield
  • Christopher Duley, Marple Education Center (Part of DCIU) in Broomall
  • Jake Gallagher, Grace Park Elementary School in Swarthmore
  • Zion Lawrence, Marple Education Center (Part of DCIU) in Broomall

Ages 11-12

  • Bonnadine Bradsher, Marple Education Center (Part of DCIU) in Broomall
  • Ashley Ellis, E.T. Richardson Middle School in Springfield
  • Tyler Koenig, Pennell Elementary School in Aston
  • Leah Warren, Home School
  • Honorable Mention: Kayleigh Saboja, Garnet Valley Middle School in Glen Mills

The winning artwork will be displayed in the lobby of the Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland throughout the month of June. A picture of all of the artwork is also posted on the social media sites and websites for both Crozer-Keystone and the Philadelphia Union.

Kicks for Kids is a national marketing platform through Major League Soccer that enables teams to develop community outreach programs with corporate partners. The Philadelphia Union launched this program in 2014 with Crozer-Keystone as the first corporate partner. In addition to the Delaware County poster contest winners, Crozer-Keystone has agreed to donate additional 2015 Philadelphia Union tickets for local organizations that include: Delaware County WIC, Ridley Health Awareness Day, Yes We Can Achievement & Cultural Center, Kids Asthma Management Program, Shiloh Baptist Church, Salvation Army – Chester Corps, Boys and Girls Club of Chester and Community YMCA of Delaware County.

For more information on the community service programs available through the Philadelphia Union, visit www.philadelphiaunion.com. For more information on Crozer-Keystone Health System, visit www.crozerkeystone.org.

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