“Mike did the majority of it himself,” said his widow, Kathy Stone, including tasks such as line up teams and sponsors, preparing the fields, refereeing and even emptying trash and cleaning the bathrooms. Stone said the family has gotten help in continuing the tournament from Glen Juszcyk, driving force behind the For Kid’s Sake Foundation the tournament supports, as well as former Leesburg soccer coach Jason Gray and cheers volunteer Ed Rizzo. “It’s going to be fine,” she said, though they’ll miss “not having him [her husband] running around orchestrating things for three days.” Juszcyk’s foundation is dedicated to pediatric cancer http://naomitaylorpro.haralsoncounty.org/2016/12/27/dry-skin-is-really-undesirable-since-it-cause-the-upper-layer-skin-to-break-leading-to-dead-skin-cells research and supporting the Nice sentiments families of children fighting neuroblastoma. His daughter, 8-year-old Malia Jusczyk was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma in 2011 and was the inspiration for the foundation. In July 2012, Malia was declared free of the disease. The past few years she has assisted in presenting the trophies to winning teams. Teams this year include several from Central Florida including Leesburg, The Villages and Bishop Moore and several from farther away such as Stanton College Preparatory in Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale and Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, Calif. Games begin at 10 a.m. most valuable Tuesday, with the championship game at 11 a.m. Thursday. A three-day pass is $20 and covers all car occupants.visite site

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