GBS Football rallies for Wounded Warrior Project

SHARE GBS Football rallies for Wounded Warrior Project

The Glenbrook South football team will support the Wounded Warrior Project with t-shirts for their game September 12. Below is a press release for more information:

The Titan Football program hopes to see a sea of navy and gold at their home game on Friday, September 12.

The team will be selling navy and gold t-shirts emblazoned with the Wounded Warrior Project emblem during the week of Monday, September 8 through Friday, September 12 with the aim of having students, teachers and locals wear the t–shirts to the game. Half the proceeds from each $10 t-shirt will go to benefit WWP.

The Titans will also honor WWP at the game with the money raised.

Head football coach Mike Noll said team members chose a service project for WWP last spring. These efforts are in addition to other community service activities the team engages in.

The Latest
The officers were biking in Trumbull Park when someone opened fire Tuesday afternoon in the 10500 block of South Oglesby Avenue, police said.
A good number of those who get help from abortion funds are young, people of color or are already parents.
The trio will join Candace Parker when the WNBA All-Star Game is played at Wintrust Arena.
The children who died were 4, 6 and 11. The child’s mother was badly burned and inhaled smoke, likely while trying to find her children in their bedrooms, fire officials say
Joshua Avina was biking across the 6200 block of South Austin Avenue and was at the mouth of an alley when the driver hit him in the street Friday, authorities say.