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Palm Beach Makos Football Organization!
Makos Home games kick-off at 7:00PM
Ticket prices: $7.00 Adults /
$5.00 Students & Children 4 & over
Makos Capture Eastern Division Crown
The Palm Beach Makos Partnered with Adopt-A-Family as Turkey Bowl was a Success!!
The Makos 1st Annual Turkey Bowl was a success! The Makos took on the Miami Spartans which proved to be a defensive battle. The game ended with a 6-6 tie. Both offensive struggled to move the ball effectively, which showed their pre-season jitters and giving room to work out it's kinks. This game was a preview of the regualr season showdown between these two teams during week 3 of the regular season on February 1st, 2014 at Inlet Grove High School at 7:00PM.
However, the game wasn't the success story, it was the Makos Organization being a blessing to 10 families for the Thanksgiving season. The Makos partnered with Adopt-A-Family (http://www.adoptafamilypbc.org) which will distribute the baskets to 10 families who would benefit from this gift. Adopt-A-Family is dedicated to restoring families in crisis to stability and self-sufficiency by providing access to all-encompassing services to families and their children. Representing Adopt-A-Family were: Rae Harris, Alicia Olexa, and Isabell Steubi. The Makos would like to thank this great organization for all that they do and we look forward to a lasting partnership.
Next for the Makos will be the Toy-For-Tots game at Inlet Grove High School in Riviera Beach, FL on December 21st at 2:30pm, as the Makos will take on the South Florida Chargers out of Miami. This will be another event where the Makos look to bless more families with toys for the children as they continue to fine tune the team for the upcoming 2014 season. The season opens January 18th, 2014. Stay tuned for the Makos 2014 season schedule.
Makos Turkey Bowl - $5.00 Adults / $3.00 Children 6 years & Under
Directions to Inlet Grove High School
From I-95 - Head East on Blue Heron to Avenue 'H' Left; Go to 28th Street turn Left Follow 28th Street school on right to parking lot.
Makos Join with the American Heart Association
Imagine the impact if we reduce death and disability from cardiovascular diseases and stroke by 20% by 2020! The Makos are joining the American Heart Association's Heart Walk to promote physical activity to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Please support us in helping to reach this lifesaving goal by giving a donation today! Thanks in advance for your support.
Palm Beach Makos's Team Page for Heart Walk 2013-2014 Palm Beach, FL
Click the Link below to join our Team Page and make a Contribution:
American Heart Association Makos Team Link
PALM BEACH MAKOS TO VISIT LOCAL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
Story by: Mark K. Trueblood, AFD Staff Writer - 6/26/2013
(West Palm Beach, FL) – The Palm Beach Makos of the Florida Football Alliance will be visiting with youth patients at the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital at St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach this Tuesday, July 2nd, from 3 o’clock pm till 5 o’clock pm.
The Makos are teaming up with “Alliance For Kids” as part of their special program, “The Alliance Project”. It is just one of the many community service projects that both organizations participate in throughout the year. This particular event is part of the “CHAD Alliance”, which involves athletes meeting with children at local hospitals.
“Our players and staff look forward to these type of events because of the personal reward they receive from just having contact with these young people”, said Makos General Manager Ray Gordon. “There’s nothing like making someone smile, especially children.”
The Makos plan to give out toys to the young children during their visit next week. If you would like to know more about Alliance For Kids, you can contact their office at 561-531-0248. To learn more about the Palm Beach Makos and their community outreach programs, call 561-201-2293.
The Marines have Landed with the Palm Beach Makos!!
The United States Marine Corps will be in attendance at the Palm Beach Makos home game this Saturday, April 13th at Palm Beach Lakes High School. The Marine Corps is looking to show their support within the Palm Beach community. This is a great time for you to bring the family out and meet our nations leading Force up close and personal.
The Marine Corps will have on hand an Inflatable Drill Instructor, Marines H3 Hummer, along with give-aways such as T-Shirts, Lanyards, Hats, Water Bottles and other promotional items. So come out and meet, "The Few, The Proud, The Marines!"
A-R-I-S-E Assit Makos with Home game volunteer
The Palm Beach Makos received volunteer assistance from Lockheed Martins' A-R-I-S-E organization. A-R-I-S-E is the African-American Resources and Information Sharing for Everyone. It is an organization that improves the performance of Lockheed Martin by encouraging participants to become key contributors within their roles. The volunteers consist of: Bryan Pinkston, David Wright, Nick Spivey, Matiya Griffin, and Brenda Lingo. The Makos organization truly thank these volunteers with their assistance at our home games.
#48 - Demtrice Rolle Defensive Back * Benedict College, Columbia, SC * Major: Business Administration * Height: 5-6 * Weight: 162 * Class: Freshman * * Hometown: Belle Glades, Fla. * High School: Glades Central HS * Former Player with Palm Beach Makos *
Rolle Graduated from Glades Central High School in 2006. He went on to play flag football, then a few years later he joined the Palm Beach Makos Minor League Football Team of West Palm Beach as a Wide Receiver. Rolle continued his accomplishments with few Canadian Football League tryouts with the Calgary Stampeaders. Upon completion of the Canadian League tryouts, Rolle continued his play with the Makos. After the end of the 2011 season, he decided to attend Benedict College to get a degree and pursue football. Rolle walked on as a freshman in the spring of 2012. He made his presence known when he started out on the depth chart as the 5th Defensive Back and worked his way up to number 2. He came into training camp as the starting left cornerback. Injuries plague Rolle during training camp so he dropped down to 4th on the depth chart. Rolle has continued to work hard and is on the starting Special Teams and listed as a Defensive Back.
Palm Beach Makos Mascot "Chewy" participated in the annual Miami Dolphins Mascot Halftime show with some very famous Mascots! Only 10 participated in this annual event and Chewy was the only Semi Pro mascot in the country to be asked to be a part of this event. You can find him on Facebook CHEWY the Mascot for the Palm Beach Makos or Twitter @themascotchewy! The Mascot played a little league football team on the field at halftime and it was a site to see these kids against the big furry characters. Congratulations Chewy!!
Palm Beach Makos Hold Team Practice at Dyer Park.
The Palm Beach Makos are currently conducting Practice at Dyer Park located at 7301 Haverhill Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33412 on
Tuesday's and Thursday's at 8:00PM.
Interested players are encourgaged to call the team at
General Manager - Ray Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Head Coach - Mike Rock at email@example.com