Xplorers players visit Tunica, North Memphis, Walls and Como
Memphis Xplorers full back/line backer Jerry Schumacher and wide receiver/line backer Ryan Karr visited Tunica Library and North Branch Library in Memphis on Tuesday as part of the libraries' summer reading program. On Wednesday Xplorers defensive back Dahnel Singfield and offensive/defensive lineman Lewis Powell visited Walls Library and Emily Jones Pointer Library in Como.
The players read an interactive fictional story about the Xplorers game this weekend against the Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz in Oklahoma City. Then they took questions from their audience, allowed children to try on Xplorers equipment, signed autographs and passed out Xplorers goodies. The Xplorers will tour local libraries through the end of July. Contact your local library to see when the Xplorers will be in your neighborhood.
The Xplorers' next home game is Saturday, July 9 against the Tulsa Talons at 7 p.m. at the DeSoto Civic Center. The Xplorers are 10-1 on the season and in first place in the Mid-West Division of the National Conference. Single game tickets start as low as $7 and can be purchased by calling 662-342-1755, visiting the DeSoto Civic Center box office, or by logging onto www.TicketMaster.com today.
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