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Sen. Evan Bayh

The New Life Football League is looking for serious student-athletes who are looking for a second chance: young adult men 18-23, who are willing to be dedicated, disciplined and compete in the football league.

Candidates must commit to going to school for a minimum of a two-year associates program or learn a trade.

To play in the league, candidates must be willing to be involved in community service.

This is only for young adult men who want to play competitive football, earn an education and give back to community.

Sign-ups will be held from 4-7 p.m. March 3-4 at the Pizza Hut on Dorchester Road in Summerville.

Interested men should bring a high school diploma and an ID. There is a $25 registration fee.

For more info contact Beady Waddell at (843) 628-8993 or NLFL3534@yahoo.com.