Wednesday, December 08, 2021
Goldsboro Parks & Rec To Participate In Carolina Panthers Challenger Flag Football League Jamboree

Goldsboro Parks & Rec To Participate In Carolina Panthers Challenger Flag Football League Jamboree

The Carolina Panthers, in partnership with park and recreation programs from across the region, will host the team’s annual Challenger Flag Football League end-of-season jamboree Saturday, October 23 at the team’s Atrium Health Dome in Charlotte. Established in 2005, the Panthers Challenger Flag Football League provides a structured league for children and young adults with disabilities to participate in the sport of flag football. 

The following park and recreation agencies will participate in the jamboree:

  • Goldsboro Parks and Recreation
  • Greensboro Parks and Recreation
  • Henderson-Vance County Recreation and Parks
  • High Point Parks & Recreation
  • Kernersville Parks & Recreation
  • Mecklenburg County Park & Recreation
  • Richland County Recreation Commission 

“The Carolina Panthers are excited to provide an end-of-season celebration for the team’s Challenger Flag Football League players and spirit squad cheerleaders,” said Panthers Director of Community Relations Riley Fields. “The Panthers are grateful for the terrific support from our region’s park and recreation departments. These on-going partnerships provide a unique active recreation opportunity for kids and young adults with special needs. It is gratifying to watch the Challenger program continue to make profound positive impacts on the development of physical mobility, social skills and confidence levels for participants.”

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