The Ferry Hawks received a fun make-over for “Crayola Experience Day”
The Staten Island FerryHawks are gearing up to host their first-ever “Crayola Experience Day” on Sunday at Community Park and they’ve already recruited some youngsters from the YMCA’s youth camp to help. Team officials joined campers at the South Shore ‘Y’ on Tuesday to help decorate jerseys, which will be worn in Sunday’s game against the visiting Lancaster Barnstormers.
The FerryHawks, in partnership with JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, brought special edition team crayons to campers, who then got to work on their own unique designs. Each jersey will have its own unique color scheme, giving every player their own one-of-a-kind design, courtesy of the youth artists at the ‘Y’.
Community, crayons, and kids helping design FerryHawk jerseys, it’s awesome!” said team president Eric Shuffler. “We appreciate the YMCA for letting us come here and our partner JAG-ONE Physical Therapy for donating tickets to these creative kids! We look forward to having them at Staten Island University Hospital Community Park on Aug. 28 for Crayola Experience Day and to see their creations on the field!”
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