Time To Celebrate: Atlantic County Junior Football Turns 65 Years Old
For generations, The Atlantic County Junior Football League (ACJFL) has helped to shape young minds into future great men and women.
The program continues to build character and teach the importance of hard work, dedication and striving to achieve meaningful results.
On Friday, March 25, 2022 at 6:00 p.m., The ACJFL community will come together at Bally’s Park Place Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City to celebrate 65 years of their existence.
All proceeds from this event will be used for training and enhancing player safety issues.
All through the generations, dedicated, great adults have continued to step forward to honor the overall mission.
Here’s the Mission Statement for the upcoming special event.
Atlantic County Junior Football League Celebration
This event will be a salute to all of the many men and women, who have materially contributed to the ACJFL and kept the great traditions alive for 6 1/2 decades.
“Our committee is proud to honor the 65 years of the Atlantic County Junior Football League League. jWe welcome the honorees, the former players, coaches, officials and cheerleaders, who have meant so much to the game we love and it is our hope the game can contribute to grow for years to come” - Joe Calvi, Jr., Chairman.
Pete Thompson will serve as the special event master of ceremonies.
Philadelphia Eagles great Ron Jaworski is the keynote speaker. Jaworski is phenomenal and inspiring public speaker.
SPECIAL AWARDS WILL BE PRESENTED:
We have learned and confirmed that Outstanding Achievement Awards will be presented to AJ Russo and Frank Fucetola.
Both are the only two Atlantic County Junior Football League coaches … who went directly to head coaching positions in high school and won state championships.
AJ (Ventnor Pirates) at Holy Spirit High School and Frank (Hammonton) to St. Augustine and Williamstown High Schools.
PARTIAL LIST OF ACJFL PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE MADE IT TO THE NFL AS A PLAYER OR COACH:
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