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The NWCA strongly believes in the importance of community service initiatives for the sport of wrestling. In addition to investing in organizational projects, the NWCA also features valuable community service projects being carried out by programs at all levels. If you have a project that deserves recognition, please let us know and we will consider featuring it on the site.

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Sooners Aim to Take Down Bullying

University of Oklahoma , Norman, OK

The Sooner wrestlers and coaches continue giving their Anti-Bullying presentation to local elementary schools. Members of the team visited Heritage Trails Elementary School in Moore, OK and Sky Ranch School in Oklahoma City, OK. The presentation started off by introducing the team members, introduced to a gym full of students...

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Ursinus College Marine Corps Workshop

Ursinus College , Collegeville, PA

Ursinus College Coach Bill Racich invited Philadelphia based Marine Corps Officer Selection representatives to conduct a leadership workshop.  The USMC reps discussed 14 principles of leadership and then conducted various competitions among the Ursinus College wrestlers to reinforce the leadership principles.

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Liberty High School Gives Gifts to Families of Slain Officer

Liberty High School , Bethlehem

Liberty High School's wrestling team members showed that they were winners this weekend no matter what happened on the mats at the Bethlehem Holiday Wrestling Classic. The Hurricane seniors, presented more than $700 worth of Christmas gifts for the family of Freemansburg police officer Robert A. Lasso, who was killed in...

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Rockwood Summit High School Wrestlers Eat Right & Play Hard

Rockwood Summit High School , Fenton, MO

The NWCA and Rockwood Summit High School in Fenton, Missouri teamed with the USDA and their Eat Right, Play Hard campaign recently. Students teamed with local elementary schools to get outside and exercise and eat right!

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