The Dallas post. (Dallas, Pa.) 19??-200?, November 24, 2013, Image 10

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Role revers
Powder Puff
football game
puts cheerleaders
onfield, players
on sideline
Sunday, November 24, 2013
Local man visits LL World Series
Charles Hoyt, of Huntsville, visited the Little
League Museum in Williamsport on Aug. 16, the
first day of the 2013 Little League World Series.
Hoyt and his wife, Dorothy, met with Adam
Thompson, curator of the museum, and donated a
baseball patch and a photo of the team Hoyt pitched
for in 1950. That team was sponsored by Golden
Quality Ice Cream Co. and the patch was from the )
St. Theresa’s Little League in south Wilkes-Barre.
Thompson told the Hoyts he is planning an
CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK | FOR THE DALLAS POST | exhibit of patches and pictures in the future.
McDonald's employee Cynthia Gringrich, left, helps volunteer The Hoyts were given a special pass for reserved
Steff Cybulski from the Dallas field hockey team work the regis- | seating behind home plate at all Little League
ter at McDonald's in Shavertown. games that day.
Workin’ hard
RL rRTOsoRvR DALLAS POST for the funds
Candy's Place director Chris Ostroski offers remarks before the
start of the Powder Puff football game at Mountaineer Stadium.
It was a complete role
reversal at a Powder
Puff football game held
Nov. 3 at the Dallas High
School football stadium.
Mountaineer cheerleaders
took to the field to raise
money for Candy’s Place
in Forty fort while mem-
bers of the football team
cheered them on from the
Members of the Dallas High School field hock-
ey team got a taste of what it’s like to work at
McDonald’s when they held a fundraising event at
the Shavertown restaurant on Oct. 29
Dallas wide receiver Orlando Dallas cheerleader co-captain Samantha Tencza of the Pink
Jones is hoisted into the air Panthers looks for an opening around co-captain Bethany Fiorelllo
by fellow football players and of the Rack Attack during the Powder Puff football game.
cheerleaders to cheer on the
teams at the Powder Puff foot-
ball game.
Dallas field hockey player Emma Niznik mans the coffee station
at McDonald's in Shavertown.
Charles Hoyt, left, of Huntsville, recently presented
Adam Thompson, curator of the Little League Museum in
Williamsport with a baseball patch and a photo of the team
Hoyt pitched for in 1950.
Dallas cheerleader Ashlie Alves,
right, beats Sam LaNunziata to
the end zone at Mountaineer Members of the Dallas football team shake their pom-poms as | Calli Amadio, Abbey McCabe and Maddie Kelley sell team gear
Stadium in the Powder Puff they cheer for the cheerleaders playing the Powder Puff game in | at McDonald's for the Dallas field hockey team while other team
football game. support of Candy’s Place. members volunteered.
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State Senate recognizes DHS
girls cross country team
The Dallas High School girls cross country team
was recently recognized by the state Senate for win-
ning the PIAA Class AA state championship. Team
members include Allison Amos, Kaylin Augustine,
Olivia Birdsall, Bryanna Dissinger, Katie Grose,
Lindsey Oremus, Riley Oremus, Megan Ostrum,
Charles Hoyt, of Huntsville, recently visited the Little League
Museum in Williamsport and presented the curator with a
photo of the Golden Quality Ice Cream team from St. Theresa's
Little League in south Wilkes-Barre. Ly
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