Four volunteers to be honored
Lauding the “spirit of volunteerism”, the selection committee for the Montgomery County Community Coaches Honor Roll has added four volunteers with longtime service to sports. The four will be honored during the Montgomery County Coaches Hall of Fame induction banquet on Oct. 9 at Westover Country Club.
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Founded in 2002, the Montgomery County Coaches Hall of Fame added the Honor Roll in 2004 to pay special tribute to the community coaches who unVHOfiVhOy JLYH RI WhHLU WLPH to improve society. This year’s group brings to 33 the number of volunteer coaches who have been named to the Community Coaches Honor Roll.
After a stellar athletic career locally, it seemed only nDWuUDO IRU AOHx DL1ROfi WR get involved coaching youth sports. In 1996 he started coaching the Norristown Area Bandits Ethen the West Norriton BanditsF midget football team. The next year he expanded his duties by coaching Norristown Little League. His devotion to youth sports has never stopped. Since 2001 he took over the reins of running the entire Norristown Bandits football program and has done much to expand the program and improve the fiHOG.
Vince Flocco has been a pillar of activity for the youth of Conshohocken for 35 years. Following the example of community involvement set by his father, Flocco started the AMBUCS Special Athletic Program in 1986, organizing sports programs for young athletes with special needs. He also has been an integral part of the Conshohocken Soap Box Derby and the bowling program for kids at Facenda Whitaker Lanes. At the Conshohocken Fellowship House, Flocco has been a constant entity, coaching basketball and WUDFN DnG fiHOG.
John Larcinese has spent 32 years as a coach, Vice President of Fields and President of the Methaction
Huntingdon Valley’s Jake Yannessa was recently named MVP of the Lower Montco American Legion League.