When new Life Oak Cliff head football coach Carlos Turner took over the Lion football program, he stressed that he wanted to get the best out of his student-athletes in the classroom and on the field. He also emphasized the need to raise money for the growing program to look its best and have what they need to be successful. Two recent donations are helping the Lions in that endeavor.
James Yarbrough, Life School parent and founder of J & B Outreach, recently purchased new football jerseys for the football team. J & B Outreach is an organization established to support specific populations of under-served children in the Dallas Metroplex. They offer life opportunities that will assist them in recognizing and maximizing their true value in a society that inherently gives them an opportunity to become productive citizens. Their motto is “Your Circumstance Doesn’t Have To Be Your Conclusion.” For more information, visit www.jboutreach.org.
Dallas attorney Stephen C. Pipken made a generous donation to the Life Lions football program when he presented a check for $2,200. The Pipkin Law Firm specializes as a civil law Trial Lawyer representing individuals who have been injured due to someone else’s negligence or wrong-doing. Having grown up in Dallas and graduated from the University of Houston Law School, Pipken is a member of several local and state Bar Associations as well as being active in civic and philanthropic organizations. For more information, visit www.pipkenlawfirm.com.