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National Camp Series (NCS) Associate Tom Feely of Feely Athletics Joins Kicking For The Dream’s Effort to Fight Ovarian Cancer
Date:6/21/2013

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 21, 2013

National Camp Series (NCS) Associate Tom Feely, of Feely Athletics, has joined Kicking For The Dream’s effort to fight ovarian cancer according to NFL Kicker, and Kicking For The Dream Founder, Billy Cundiff.

Cundiff says he is honored to have someone of Feely's stature participating in Kicking For The Dream.

"Tom is a legend in the kicking community," says Cundiff. "He is a great coach and incredible human being. We are honored to have Tom join Kicking For The Dream."

For Feely, who is involved in many charitable activities, Kicking For The Dream is just one more opportunity to make a difference.

“I am proud to be a participant of Kicking for a Dream as this is clearly a very important cause and I am excited to be able to help make a difference in the fight against ovarian cancer,” says Feely. “Anyone who has lost a loved one to cancer appreciates the necessity to support research to one day overcome this disease.”

Feely says Kicking For The Dream is not just about reaching out to young kicking specialists, but about making it personal as well.

“Today we will empower the young men and women I encounter through football to also make a difference,” says Feely. “Today I will make a difference.”

Go here for Tom Feely’s Kicking For The Dream page.

Feely has been coaching football every year since he began in 1974 serving as head coach, offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, and special teams coordinator. He currently is the Special Teams Coordinator at Jesuit High School in Tampa, Florida.

In 1980, he earned his Master’s Degree in the field of Counseling. That same year he began his counseling career working primarily in the field of college counseling and s
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