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Thank you so much for tuning into Sports Palooza Radio. What a great show this is! KEVIN CRISTOFORA, author of The Hometown All Stars book series, stops by. Book one, Nick’s Very First Day of Baseball, was released in March and book two, Magic Bat Day, was released mid-May. Both books feature baseball, but future books will teach kids about basketball, soccer, football and other sports. Aimed for children ages 3-5 Christofora’s books teach kids sports skills along with vocabulary and counting games and other educational techniques. Another cool side note is that "Coach Kevin" also donates copies of the books to schools, libraries and children's hospitals across the country as a way to spread the love of baseball! 

MARK RYPIEN MVP of the 1991 Super Bowl for the Washington Redskins and a two-time champion in the American Century Championship in Lake Tahoe, will play in the inaugural Diamond Resorts Invitational benefiting Florida Hospital for Children, a celebrity golf tournament (diamondresortsinvitational.com) at the Golden Bear Golf Club in Windermere, Florida, January 14-16, 2016, airing live on Golf Channel.

STEPHANIE DECKER: founder of the Stephanie Decker Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps children with prosthetics get involved with sports. In 2012, a deadly category 4 tornado ravaged Stephanie’s hometown of Henryville, Indiana. Stephanie shielded two of her children from the debris of their house being destroyed around them, however she soon found her legs crushed, and both had to be amputated. Through strength and will, she survived and continues to grow her organization as an engine to help children, men and women learn how to live with a prosthetic limb.

 

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