All too often, we see young girls in our communities who have yet to realize the strength they have as individuals and as members of a whole. This can be due to factors such as a lack of selfesteem, the negative influence social media can have, and the everyday adversities young women face.
As with each Fall, the team at UKSD is often very busy with high school soccer seasons. While some of our programming might seem to
slow down, this is the time of year when final planning and preparations are underway for the exciting programs we will see between the winter and summer months. Mark our words, the turning of the decade will be a year to remember for us at UKSD.
Like many people, we are attempting to hold onto the final days of summer. As we reflect on all of the wonderful programming we were able to hold this year, we find our greatest takeaway was how many incredible kids we were able to work with from all across the Cape and beyond. We learned about new cultures, shared stories, laughed ( a lot), and found ourselves feeling so grateful to be able to do the work that we do.
There is an electric current running through the soccer world right now as we all watch the greatest women from cross the globe battle it out in the World Cup. For so many young players, watching this tournament gives them a sense of drive and passion. They revel in the success of the women paving the way, and they are inspired to push themselves to achieve their own greatness.
This doesn’t just apply to baseball, folks.
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