Real Maryland FC

Helps Dedicate New Community Park

Silver Spring, MD – On Wednesday, September 23, 2009, the Montgomery County Department of Parks joined Broad Acres Elementary School, The Children’s Miracle Fund, Real Maryland FC, the Silver Spring Regional Center and the Northwest park Oakview Weed & Seed Program for a celebration and dedication of the newly renovated Broad Acres Local Park.

The dedication program included brief remarks from Broad Acres Elementary School Principal Michael Bayewitz, Montgomery County Executive Isaiah Leggett, Montgomery County Council President Phil Andrews, Director of Parks Mary Bradford, Community Advocate Serena Locust, and other special guests. St. Camillus Church offered a blessing for the park, followed by a ceremonial ribbon cutting on the local neighborhoods newest resource.

Broad Acres Local Park, located next to Broad Acres Elementary School, now features a basketball court, soccer field, paved trails and landscaping. The students of Broad Acres Elementary School also left their mark on the design of the park, with their original artwork prominently featured in the seat walls of the new plaza area and park entrance.

The Hispanic Business Foundation, under the Committee for Business / Youth Partnership, has launched the Children’s Miracle Fund, a new program to foster partnerships with youth-related organizations that serve Latino youth and their preparation towards becoming a positive force in our community’s economic development.

In conjunction with their #1 Charity Organization, the Children’s Miracle Fund, Real Maryland FC kicked off the ceremony with a large round-robin soccer tournament where over 70 children from the Broad Acres Elementary School got to participate.  In addition to the BAES students, Real Maryland FC’s General Manager David Noyes, Real Maryland FC’s Super 20 Team and the Blair High School Boys Varsity Soccer team were able to get in on the festivities and played ball with the kids for an hour preceding the ribbon cutting ceremony.

“It is great to see everyone being so proactive in our local community,” said General Manager David Noyes.  “Broad Acres Elementary is a beacon of light and hope and we are fortunate that the Children’s Miracle Fund has gotten us involved.  Real Maryland FC looks forward to working more with Broad Acres Elementary School and the Children’s Miracle Fund on projects in the future.”

Real Maryland FC participates in the Second Division of the United Soccer Leagues.  All 2009 Regular Season Home Games will be played at Lester Stadium at Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, MD.  For more information, please visit or contact General Manager David Noyes at (301) 933-6460.


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