RED OAK, Iowa (KMTV) — Not many teenagers would select to spend their morning doing yardwork, however a gaggle of highschool soccer gamers jumped on the alternative to assist a fan in want.
On a Saturday morning, as a substitute of sleeping in, the Red Oak Tigers set to work on a house in Red Oak, Iowa.
The workforce cleared brush and leaves, in addition to spruced up Dennis Jones’ yard.
“I’ve been worried about my yard and all that stuff since spring started up and I usually have this yard pretty well taken care of,” stated Jones.
Jones, who lives along with his spouse, takes pleasure in conserving his garden so as. Recent occasions have made it tough for him to proceed.
“We’ve been dealing with a lot of health issues with my wife since February and she’s not quite over it all yet right now so I was trying to figure out when am I going to have time to do all this,” stated Jones.
Jones’ daughters labored with the workforce’s coach to arrange a shock workforce clean-up for the Jones’.
“I’m just totally shocked and totally appreciative of this,” stated Jones.
Coach Michael Nordeen stated group service is a precedence for his workforce.
“Since March 24, we’ve had 250 hours of community service that our football team has provided,” stated Nordeen. “We’re trying to build championship people and brighten our future for Red Oak.”
The workforce takes pleasure in giving again to their group, particularly after they come throughout an enormous fan.
“[The Jones’] came out to help us and supported us throughout the year, so it feels kinda good to come out and help them,” stated soccer participant Logan Conn.
Nordeen additionally stated the Jones household has deep roots within the Red Oak soccer group.
Dennis’ daughter, Brandi, was the primary feminine soccer participant at the highschool.
This story was initially reported by Ron Johnson on 3newsnow.com.