Dallas Sidekicks Go Scottish For A Day
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dallas Sidekicks Players and Dancers
visit Texas Scottish Rite Hospital
(ALLEN, TEXAS: August 3rd, 2019) The Dallas Sidekicks had the opportunity to visit the Dallas campus of the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital. Players, dancers, and front office staff members spent time interacting with the children and teaching them soccer and dance skills along with arts and crafts.
The Sidekicks have a core value of community and being able to give back to the community of North Texas is a priority for the team.
“Visiting with the children at Scottish Rite was the highlight of my week. It amazed me how positive, energetic, and excited they were even when facing some serious challenges. I know that I made friends in each and every child I got to spend time with and I hope they had as much fun as I did,” Dallas Sidekicks Dancer Belinda said.
When asked about her time at the visit, Dallas Sidekicks Dancer Stephanie said, “Getting to spend time with the children at Scottish Rite was a wonderful experience! We played all sorts of games and shared many laughs! Everyone from the front reception staff to medical staff go above and beyond to put smiles on the children’s faces.”
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ABOUT THE DALLAS SIDEKICKS
The Dallas Sidekicks is an American professional indoor soccer team of the Major Arena Soccer League. The organization was established in 1984, is headquartered in Allen, Texas, and plays all home games at the Allen Event Center. Follow the Sidekicks at www.dallassidekicks.com and on their social media.
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ABOUT TEXAS SCOTTISH RITE HOSPITAL
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children treats many of the world's most complex orthopedic cases, as well as certain related arthritic and neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia. The specialists in our six Centers for Excellence spend a lifetime practicing, researching and pioneering pediatric orthopedic care.