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Will ClarkFormer San Francisco Giants‘ first baseman  Will Clark or Will “The Thrill” Clark, will be the keynote speaker for the 8th Annual Eagle Club Recognition Breakfast, which is being hosted by the Choctaw Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Tuesday, February 16th, at the Kahlmus Center, which is located on the campus of MSU Meridian. Doors open at 7 a.m., and the program will be held from 7:30 a.m. until 8:45 a.m.

The New Orleans native, was drafted in 1985 after powering the U.S. Olympic baseball team to a second place finish in the 1984 Summer Olympics as a 20-year-old, Clark put together a ferocious season at the plate for the Mississippi State Bulldogs and won the Golden Spikes Award from USA Baseball – recognizing him as the top college baseball player in the country. In his first-ever “at bat” as a Major League Baseball player, he hit a home run off future Baseball Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan, setting the tone for what would become a career defined by highlight moments and clutch performances. He earned five All-Star appearances, four top-five finishes in the Most Valuable Player award race, and carried his team to an appearance in the 1989 World Series. He also continued his career, signing with the Texas Rangers, following the 1993 season.

The Eagle Club Recognition Banquet serves as the kick-off to launch another great year of Scouting in East Mississippi and West Alabama, and the 2016 Friends of Scouting Campaign. This Campaign serves as the primary funding source for the Council, and provides nearly $240,000 in support each year for the Council’s scouting programs. Clark’s history with being a team player and an American baseball legend is sure to produce an amazing keynote speech for all in attendance.

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Kevin Greene Appearance FeeThis Sunday, Kevin Greene along with seven others were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It was a surprise to no one that Greene and the other seven men, including Brett Favre and Marvin Harrison, were inducted. All of the men inducted this year have a long list of personal and team accomplishments that most do not ever reach. Greene specifically was a terror for quarterbacks and still ranks near the top for all-time sacks.

The 15 year veteran of the NFL, Kevin Greene, is a native of Schenectady, New York. Greene started his college football career as an unspectacular walk-on at Auburn University. Before he left Auburn in 1985 with his selection in the fifth round of NFL draft, Green had just won the defensive player of the year award. Greene played well for not only the Los Angeles Rams that drafted him but also for the Steelers, Panthers, and 49ers. He was named the best linebacker in the NFL in numerous seasons and still holds the record for sacks by a linebacker at 160. Greene made five Pro Bowls and was a member of the 1990s all decade team. Even into his mid-30s, Greene still proved to be a productive pass rusher which he still holds the record for most sacks past the age of 34 and still ranks third all-time on the NFL sack list. Greene will always be remembered as a fierce pass rusher that rarely got enough credit for being a more complete player.

Kevin Greene was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Sunday along with seven other very deserving men. The event was once again amazing and had a great showing of sports celebrities and legends of the game. The Hall of Fame induction, as always, gave fans the chance to appreciate the play of some recent legends of the game.

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Orlando Pace Appearance FeeThis Sunday, Orlando Pace along with seven others were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It was a surprise to no one that Pace and the other seven men, including Kevin Greene and Marvin Harrison, were inducted. All of the men inducted this year have a long list of personal and team accomplishments that most do not ever reach. It was not a coincidence that Pace’s career and the dominance of the Greatest Show on Turf spanned nearly the same amount of time.

Orlando Pace, a Sandusky, Ohio native, attended The Ohio State University from 1993 to 1996. While at Ohio State, Pace was named the Outland Trophy winner, finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy which is quite amazing for an offensive lineman, and twice named the Lombardi Award winner, the only player to ever do so. In 1997 the St. Louis Rams chose Pace with the number one overall pick. With the Rams Pace became a mainstay on the Pro Bowl team and anchored the Rams prolific offense for his 12 seasons there. During those 12 seasons, Pace made seven Pro Bowls, three All-Pro Teams, and won one Super Bowl in 1999. Pace also blocked for three consecutive NFL MVPs and started 154 consecutive games. The offensive tackles today can say thanks to Pace for his progressive play that helped lay the foundation for multi-million dollar contracts for tackles. Pace and his AFC peer Jonathan Ogden are one of the main reasons that tackles are the second most important position on the football field.

Orlando Pace was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame this Sunday. The event was once again amazing and had a great showing of sports celebrities and legends of the game. The Hall of Fame induction, as always, gave fans the chance to appreciate the play of some recent legends of the game.

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Marvin Harrison Appearance FeeThis Sunday, Marvin Harrison along with seven others were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It was a surprise to no one that Harrison and the other seven men, including Brett Favre and former owner Eddie Debartolo, were inducted. All of the men inducted this year have a long list of personal and team accomplishments that most do not ever reach. Harrison put together a string of seasons that left everyone wondering when not if he would reach the Hall of Fame.

Marvin Harrison, the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania native, played his college football at the University of Syracuse where he played with another NFLer in Donavan McNabb for one season. Harrison was selected with the 19 pick of the 1996 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts. Harrison spent all 13 years of his NFL career with the Colts and Peyton Manning. Along with making the Pro Bowl eight times in 13 years, Harrison also won a Super Bowl with the Colts in 2006. Of course with a Hall of Fame induction there are many personal accomplishments that Harrison holds including being part of the 10,000 yard and 1,000 reception clubs. Along with that, Harrison is third all-time in receptions, fifth all-time in receiving touchdowns, and seventh all-time in receiving yards. Although Harrison was extremely productive during his career, he is probably most well-known for his quiet and respect for the game style of play.

Marvin Harrison was inducted into the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame this Sunday. Along with the other seven men, Harrison’s induction was well deserved. The event was once again amazing and had a great showing of sports celebrities and legends of the game. The Hall of Fame induction, as always, gave fans the chance to appreciate the play of some recent legends of the game.

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Brett Favre Appearance FeeThis Sunday, Brett Favre along with seven others were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. With Favre’s first ballot induction he became the 14th first ballot Hall of Fame quarterback ever. It was a surprise to no one that Favre and the other seven men, including Marvin Harrison and former owner Eddie Debartolo, were inducted. All of the men inducted this year have a long list of personal and team accomplishments that most do not ever reach.

Brett Favre, a Gulfport, Mississippi native, played high school football with his dad as head coach at Hancock North Central High School. After playing for his dad, who mostly ran the wishbone, Favre went on to play college football at Southern Mississippi University, which was the only scholarship offer he received. Favre was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the second round of the 1991 draft where he only played for one season. After being subsequently traded to the Green Bay Packers for a first round pick in 1992, Favre played 16 seasons in Green Bay. While in Green Bay Favre made his legacy which included three consecutive AP MVP awards and a Super Bowl Victory in 1996. Also during his time with the Packers Favre set franchise records for nearly every passing category in existence. After leaving the Packers in 2007, Favre went on to play for both the New York Jets and, the Green Bay rival, Minnesota Vikings. At the time of his retirement Favre was the sole owner of numerous NFL records such as most completions, most victories as a starting quarterback, and most consecutive starts at quarterback. Favre will forever go down as one of the toughest and best quarterbacks to ever play the game and did so with a childlike enthusiasm for the game.

This Sunday, Brett Favre along with seven other men joined the ranks of Pro Football Hall of Fame. The event was once again amazing and had a great showing of sports celebrities and legends of the game. The Hall of Fame induction, as always, gave younger fans the chance to appreciate the play of some recent legends.

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Gaylord Perry Speaking FeeThis past Wednesday, Gaylord Perry made an appearance at the 24th annual West Texas Sports Banquet and memorabilia auction. Perry mostly focused the art of pitching and what made him so successful. The event has become a centerpiece of the Midland Rockhounds and a great way for them to give back to the community. Along with the auction and speakers, the banquet will also feature awards for fans of the year, as well as an award for someone who has made an outstanding contribution to the community through athletics.

The Williamston, North Carolina native, Gaylord Perry, started his Major League Baseball career with the San Francisco Giants. During his 22 year career Perry played for eight teams compiled over 300 victories, 3500 strikeouts, and a final ERA of 3.11. During his time in the league, Perry was also the only pitcher to win a CY Young Award in both the American and National Leagues. Perry also pitched a no-hitter on September 17, 1968 against the Cardinals in which the Giants won with a score of 1-0. That score was indicative of many of the games of Perry’s career. Although he sported a good ERA, the run support lead too many losses that could have been wins if only for a few more runs. After his retirement the Giants retired his number 36 and then he was subsequently voted into the Hall of Fame in 1991.

This past Wednesday Hall of Fame pitcher, Gaylord Perry was a keynote speaker at the 24th annual West Texas Sports Banquet and memorabilia auction. The event was a great opportunity for the local Midland Rockhounds to give back to the community as well as have Perry in attendance to talk about success and discuss the pitching that lead him to a great Hall of Fame career.

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Mark Schlereth Speaking FeeThis coming July, Mark Schlereth will be speaking at the annual Semoball Awards event. The event that originally started in 2014 looks to acknowledge the best of the best in area high school sports. The red carpet event will honor the top high school athletes in the Southeastern Missouri area. Along with nominating athletes, people in the Semoball area can nominate the top fans in the area as well. The event is scheduled for July 9th at the River Campus in Cape Girardeau with the selection show to be held June 13th at 10 AM First Midwest Bank also in Cape Girardeau.

The Anchorage, Alaska native Mark Schlereth played guard in the NFL for 12 seasons. Schlereth was recruited to play college football by Dennis Erickson at the University of Idaho where he blocked for current NFL coach Scott Linehan. After his playing days at Idaho, Schlereth was drafted by the Washington Redskins in the 10th round of the 1989 draft. Schlereth subsequently played six years with the Redskins where he made one Pro Bowl and won one Super Bowl. Following his time with the Redskins, Schlereth went to play with the Denver Broncos and John Elway. With the Broncos, Schlereth made another Pro Bowl and won two more Super Bowls. After 29 surgeries, 20 of which were on his knees, and 12 years, Schlereth’s playing days were over. However, Schlereth has become a mainstay on ESPN and NFL Live where he is an analyst. Over his playing days Schlereth was often referred to as being one of the toughest guys in the NFL.

This upcoming July, Mark Schlereth will be speaking at the annual Semoball Awards Show. The event will look to have another great turnout and will honor the top fans and athletes in the Southeastern Missouri area. Having a former NFL player and current analyst at the world’s number one sports network should give these athletes something to work towards and be an award in and of itself.

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Emmitt Smith Speaking FeeCowboys legend Emmitt Smith has been announced as this year’s keynote speaker for the Annual Benefit of the Medical Foundation of Marion & Polk Counties on April 8th at the Historic Elsinore Theater in Salem, Oregon. Smith is a very diverse professional that has a lot to talk about and is excited to speak to the people of Salem about his life, football, and whatever else moves him in the moment. Over half of the 1,000 seats for the event have been sold, but the rest are expected to sell fairly quickly given that Smith is such a big name in American culture. The price range for the tickets range anywhere from $20-$45 dollars, and the former Cowboy is set to hit the stage at 6:30 p.m. Smith encourages people to come out and see him at the fundraisers and is looking forward to getting Salem on the map for other athletes to come and visit.

The Pensacola, Florida native became an immediate football star during his high school years where he got 106 touchdowns during the time he played for his state championship-winning team. After graduating, Smith accepted an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida where he played for three seasons between 1987 and 1989 before entering the 1990 NFL Draft. He was selected in the first round as the 17th overall pick by the Dallas Cowboys and stayed with the team for twelve years before playing out the last two seasons of his NFL career with the Arizona Cardinals. The eight-time Pro Bowl player has since served as a studio analyst for the NFL’s Network’s show NFL Total Access, been a judge at the 2006 Miss Universe pageant, and worked on several programs with ESPN since his retirement. In 2010, Smith was elected to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Smith is scheduled to be the keynote speaker this spring in Salem, Oregon for the Annual Benefit of the Medical Foundation, and it is going to be a fun, informative, and likely sold out event.

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Aeneas WIlliams Speaking FeeHall of Fame defensive back Aeneas Williams has been announced as the keynote speaker for Reeds Spring School Foundation’s Fundraising event happening on March 4th at Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede in the Reeds Spring area of Missouri. Attendees this year will get to see the new 2016 Dixie Stampede Show, which will be directly followed by William’s talk. Tickets for the event can be purchased at Simmons Bank locations in Branson West, Nixa, Springfield, and Reeds Spring for $25 for general admission or $50 to be able to attend a VIP reception with Williams. The former Cardinal is expected to talk about his football career highs and lows, as well as the importance of an education. All of the proceeds for this event will benefit the Reeds Spring R-IV School Foundation, which focuses on assisting students with growth and learning in the classroom, as well as continuing their education after high school.

The New Orleans, Louisiana native got his career football started during his high school years while attending Alcee Fortier High School. In fact, there were three other future-to-be NFL players on his team. He then attended Southern University and joined their football program where he was able to tie the NCAA Division I-AA record for most interceptions. Williams entered the 1991 NFL draft and was selected in the third round by the Phoenix Cardinals, where he continued to play for the first nine seasons of his NFL career. Before retiring in 2004 with eight Pro Bowls and a NFC Championship under his belt, Williams ended his career with three seasons with the St. Louis Rams. In February 2014, the Cornerback player was finally accepted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Williams will be in Missouri in the early part of next month to serve as the keynote speaker for this year’s benefit fundraiser hosted by Reeds Springs School at Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede.

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terrell owensOne Line Agency is scoring BIG with its corporate clients at Super Bowl 50 with a SupeRV Tailgate Party featuring 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame Finalist, Terrell Owens.

The SupeRV Tailgate Party will be hosted at a private outdoor space at 4150 Great America Parkway in Santa Clara, less than 2 miles from Levi’s Stadium. Corporate guests will enjoy the comforts of a luxury RV, catered food, open bar, external TVs and private bathrooms.

Best of all, guests will have an opportunity to mix and mingle, get autographs and take pictures with Terrell Owens at the event. The party will also feature music, games and raffles. Following the SupeRV Tailgate Party, guests will be shuttled to the stadium for the Big Game between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers.

The time is near. Let’s go T.O Super Bowl 50.