Curran: Former NFL Players Will Visit Baldwin To Spread Their Message Of Hope

April 30, 2012

On May 25, Assemblyman Brian Curran (Lynbrook- 14th AD) will be sponsoring a Winners Inc. program at Baldwin High School, featuring former New York Giant Keith Davis and former New England Patriot Devin Wyman as keynote motivational speakers.

“Baldwin is currently experiencing very tough economic times with the closure of two elementary schools, the closure of the 1st Police Precinct, job loss and several other issues,” said Curran. “I personally experienced a mentoring conference that these two outstanding gentlemen participated in, and I have to say without reservation that this was the best, most moving and most poignant motivational program for children that I have ever seen.”

Winners Inc. is a motivational program featuring former Giants linebacker Keith Davis and former Patriots defensive end Devin Wyman. The program consists of these former professional football players spreading a message of hope, hard work, achievement and tenacity.

“Molloy College is proud to support this important event for the Baldwin community. Many Molloy students and faculty live in Baldwin, so we know the quality and the spirit of the residents. Congratulations on this important event,” said Edward J. Thompson, Vice President for Advancement at Molloy College.

“Due to the generosity of my co-sponsors, my dream of bringing the Winners Inc. program to Baldwin became a reality. This program will be important to the students of Baldwin’s success as they move forward through the recent hardships experienced in their community,” said Curran.

The program at Baldwin has been made possible due to generous donations by Assemblyman Curran’s co-sponsors: Cablevision, Molloy College and the Kate and Isaac Brody Foundation.

To learn more about opportunities Assemblyman Brian Curran has participated in to support schools and children in our community, please follow him on his Facebook page or call his office at 516-561-8216 with any local or state concerns.