August 19, 2016
EXCERPT: “Major League Soccer and Wells Fargo are looking to award $10,000 to an individual who ‘uses soccer as a tool to make a difference’ through the 2016 MLS WORKS Community MVP Contest. Jim Hardy, founder and president of Kensington Soccer Club (KSC), is one of 20 finalists hoping to win the cash and continue to make a difference.
Hardy, a Kensington resident and Spanish teacher and soccer coach at Kensington Health Sciences Academy (KHSA), started the organization in 2010, which has multiple low-to-no-cost programs for area kids ages 3 to 19.”
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