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Sheriff to present Community Spirit Award to Lanier Soccer Assn.

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch plans to present the first Hall County Sheriff's Office Community Spirit Award to the Lanier Soccer Association.

The presentation will be made at the Allen Creek Road Soccer Complex.

The award will recognize the group's "embodiment of outstanding service to the youth in our community" by providing a heightened environment for developing teamwork, good sportsmanship and structured activities targeted to elevate the individual players and local youth to achieve their maximum potential.

The association fulfills the sporting needs of over 1,500 young people in the Gainesville area each year.

Sheriff Gerald Couch adds "We are very humbled and honored to recognize the Lanier Soccer Association for their commitment to the youth within our community. They offer a wealth of mentoring resources and training opportunities for our young people who aspire to be the very best that they can be. We can also be proud, knowing that their organization features some of the finest athletic talent that can be found in North Georgia."

For further information regarding the Hall County Sheriff's Office Community Spirit Award, contact deputy Chad Mann at cmann@hallcounty.org; or, call Mann at (770)533-7659. To learn more about the services featured by the Lanier Soccer Association, contact them at (678)450-6515; or, visit them online at www.laniersharks.com
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