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St. John Flag Football League Begins Fourth Season

The St. John Football Association has opened registration for the upcoming 2012 Men’s Flag Football League. The season is set to begin on Friday, Jan. 13, at the Winston Wells Ball Field with an opening ceremony. All interested coaches and team captains must attend a mandatory meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 22 at the Parks and Recreation Building in Cruz Bay.
Registration and roster forms will be handed out as well as league rules. Teams must have a minimum of 12 players and a maximum of 20. There will be a mandatory follow-up meeting held at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 6 in the Parks and Recreation Building to field any questions about the upcoming league as well as to collect rosters and registration fees.
The St. John Football Association was recently formed to spearhead the growth of the league and to increase the professionalism, organization, and impact that the league has on the community. In addition to the adult league there is also an 8-15 year old youth league that runs concurrently with the adult league.
“We’re excited for a new season,” said Brummell Germain, association president. “With the formation of the St. John Football Association, the league will now have a way to fundraise as well as organize community service activities for both the kids and adults participating in the league.” The STJFA will be offering community service hours to students for their assistance with games and their involvement in community service activities. A scholarship will also be awarded to a high school senior that participates in the league who excels on the field and in the classroom.
Any interested players/teams or sponsors may contact the Association at 774-3282 or via e-mail at st.johnfootball@gmail.com. For more information on the St. John Football Association or to receive information and updates about the league, ‘Like’ their Facebook page. www.facebook.com/stjohnfootballusvi

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The St. John Football Association has opened registration for the upcoming 2012 Men’s Flag Football League. The season is set to begin on Friday, Jan. 13, at the Winston Wells Ball Field with an opening ceremony. All interested coaches and team captains must attend a mandatory meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 22 at the Parks and Recreation Building in Cruz Bay.
Registration and roster forms will be handed out as well as league rules. Teams must have a minimum of 12 players and a maximum of 20. There will be a mandatory follow-up meeting held at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 6 in the Parks and Recreation Building to field any questions about the upcoming league as well as to collect rosters and registration fees.
The St. John Football Association was recently formed to spearhead the growth of the league and to increase the professionalism, organization, and impact that the league has on the community. In addition to the adult league there is also an 8-15 year old youth league that runs concurrently with the adult league.
“We’re excited for a new season,” said Brummell Germain, association president. “With the formation of the St. John Football Association, the league will now have a way to fundraise as well as organize community service activities for both the kids and adults participating in the league.” The STJFA will be offering community service hours to students for their assistance with games and their involvement in community service activities. A scholarship will also be awarded to a high school senior that participates in the league who excels on the field and in the classroom.
Any interested players/teams or sponsors may contact the Association at 774-3282 or via e-mail at st.johnfootball@gmail.com. For more information on the St. John Football Association or to receive information and updates about the league, ‘Like’ their Facebook page. www.facebook.com/stjohnfootballusvi