Some changes are coming to a popular long-time Salina area youth sports program. The Salina Salvation Army Football program is partnering with Jake Sharp, and his Sharp Performance organization.
According to the Salvation Army, they are teaming with one of the “Midwest’s top leaders in health and human performance” to enhance and expand the long running football program.
The organization says that effective immediately, Sharp Performance will take over the day-to-day operations of the Salvation Army Football Program. Sharp Performance and The Salvation Army will partner to bring the newly formed Central Kansas Football League to the more than 600 participants who have enjoyed the Salvation Army’s long-running program.
The Salvation Army will be a key provider of the scholarships needed to assist qualifying athletes in off-setting costs for the program.
The Salvation Army Football League in Salina was founded more than 30 years ago. Today, more than 600 youth participate in the program.
Registration is underway and those wishing to participate this fall who have yet to register online will need to attend one of the “on-site” registration dates scheduled for this Thursday/Friday, May 14/15th from 6:00-9:00 pm at Meadowlark Grade School in Salina.