Delaware County’s “Hero Bowl” Football Game To Benefit Children of Fallen Heroes

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MEDIA. PA — The 45th annual Delaware County Hero Bowl will be held at 6:30 p.m. on June 1 at Cardinal O’Hara High School and features 100 All-Star football players, coaches, and cheerleaders from across the county. The All-Star football players were selected by the Delaware County Football Coaches Association and trained by teachers and coaches of outstanding record.

The annual Hero Bowl raises money to support the Hero Scholarship Fund of Delaware County, Inc. The Delaware County Hero Scholarship Committee was established in 1977 by County Council to provide education scholarships for the children of police, firefighters, and emergency medical personnel who were killed in the line of duty. To date, 37 children of Police Officers and Fire Fighters have received educational benefits from the Hero Scholarship Fund.

Council commends the players, coaches and organizers, the Delaware County Hero Scholarship Committee and the hundreds of people who participate, cheer on the teams, or sponsor the game.

Kick-off is at 6:30 p.m. More details about the Hero Scholarship Fund of Delaware County, Inc. and the annual Hero Bowl can be found here:

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