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The Miami Dolphins, as part of a continued commitment to serve the greater South Florida community, visited three schools in Collier County this week in an effort to further enrich the lives of local youth.  Twan Russell, Director of Youth and Community Programs and his team introduced the Gatorade Jr. Training Camp and Fins Friday programs at Mike Davis Elementary, Corkscrew Elementary, and Estates Elementary in Naples. These programs, part of a larger initiative called Dol-Fit, emphasized the importance of education, physical fitness, and positive choices for kids. Those who chose not to participate in football drills had the opportunity to learn a cheer routine from a current Miami Dolphins cheerleader.

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The Miami Dolphins, as part of a continued commitment to serve the greater South Florida community, visited three schools in Collier County this week in an effort to further enrich the lives of local youth. Twan Russell, Director of Youth and Community Programs and his team introduced the Gatorade Jr. Training Camp and Fins Friday programs at Mike Davis Elementary, Corkscrew Elementary, and Estates Elementary in Naples. These programs, part of a larger initiative called Dol-Fit, emphasized the importance of education, physical fitness, and positive choices for kids. Those who chose not to participate in football drills had the opportunity to learn a cheer routine from a current Miami Dolphins cheerleader.



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  • The Miami Dolphins, as part of a continued commitment to serve the greater South Florida community, visited three schools in Collier County this week in an effort to further enrich the lives of local youth.  Twan Russell, Director of Youth and Community Programs and his team introduced the Gatorade Jr. Training Camp and Fins Friday programs at Mike Davis Elementary, Corkscrew Elementary, and Estates Elementary in Naples. These programs, part of a larger initiative called Dol-Fit, emphasized the importance of education, physical fitness, and positive choices for kids. Those who chose not to participate in football drills had the opportunity to learn a cheer routine from a current Miami Dolphins cheerleader.
  • The Miami Dolphins, as part of a continued commitment to serve the greater South Florida community, visited three schools in Collier County this week in an effort to further enrich the lives of local youth.  Twan Russell, Director of Youth and Community Programs and his team introduced the Gatorade Jr. Training Camp and Fins Friday programs at Mike Davis Elementary, Corkscrew Elementary, and Estates Elementary in Naples. These programs, part of a larger initiative called Dol-Fit, emphasized the importance of education, physical fitness, and positive choices for kids. Those who chose not to participate in football drills had the opportunity to learn a cheer routine from a current Miami Dolphins cheerleader.
  • The Miami Dolphins, as part of a continued commitment to serve the greater South Florida community, visited three schools in Collier County this week in an effort to further enrich the lives of local youth.  Twan Russell, Director of Youth and Community Programs and his team introduced the Gatorade Jr. Training Camp and Fins Friday programs at Mike Davis Elementary, Corkscrew Elementary, and Estates Elementary in Naples. These programs, part of a larger initiative called Dol-Fit, emphasized the importance of education, physical fitness, and positive choices for kids. Those who chose not to participate in football drills had the opportunity to learn a cheer routine from a current Miami Dolphins cheerleader.

The Miami Dolphins, as part of a continued commitment to serve the greater South Florida community, visited three schools in Collier County this week in an effort to further enrich the lives of local youth. Twan Russell, Director of Youth and Community Programs and his team introduced the Gatorade Jr. Training Camp and Fins Friday programs at Mike Davis Elementary, Corkscrew Elementary, and Estates Elementary in Naples. These programs, part of a larger initiative called Dol-Fit, emphasized the importance of education, physical fitness, and positive choices for kids.
Those who chose not to participate in football drills had the opportunity to learn a cheer routine from a current Miami Dolphins cheerleader.



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