For Immediate Release
Contact: Mary M. Russell, Marketing Coordinator
Culture, Parks, and Recreation Department
COLORADO RAPIDS VISIT RODARTE COMMUNITY CENTER THANKS TO NOBLE ENERGY
October 16, 2013 – (Greeley, CO) – The Colorado Rapids hosted a soccer clinic in conjunction with Noble Energy at the Rodarte Community Center on Friday, October 11. There were 77 youth from Greeley schools as part of the Rodarte Community Center’s After School Program that participated in the event. The Rodarte Community Center’s After-School Program is a collaboration between the Youth Enrichment Program and Weld County School District 6. Also present, were 24 Northridge High School soccer players that assisted the Rapid’s players with the clinic. Students were given autographs from each of the players on their Stat Sheets to take home with them at the end.
The next big event, also sponsored by Noble Energy, that Northridge High School’s soccer program will be taking part in is the Colorado Rapid’s Kicks 4 Kids Program at the October 19th at their game in Denver. Northridge will be receiving 50 tickets to hand out to students. The high school is part of the “Summit” 21st Century Grant Program. Discount tickets will be available to additional athletes to attend if interested. Northridge students will be announced on the Jumbotron either before the game or at halftime. All students receiving a ‘Kicks 4 Kids’ ticket will also receive a voucher for concession food as well. Noble Energy is underwriting the cost of the Colorado Rapids tickets for the students and will be providing some gear for them to wear at the game.
For more information about the collaboration between Noble Energy and the Colorado Rapids, contact C.J. Archibeque at the Rodarte Community Center 970.350.9430. The Rodarte Community Center is located at 920 A. Street in Greeley.