The Red Wolves Junior Football Association (RWJFA) will provide a positive and enjoyable experience for all participants; help to build positive self-esteem for players; teach team participation and responsibility; teach participants to respect and honor opponents and all other participants (coaches, officials, parents); teach sportsmanship and fair play; teach football skills in an environment where players compete with other players of comparable age and weight; and teach all participants how to win, how to lose, and how to do both with dignity.
One the goals of the RWJFA program involves teaching the youth athlete that they belong to a larger group – the community within which they live. Because our system is supported by the community, each Red Wolves team is responsible for a community service project to be completed during the season. This project is a team building function that also demonstrates the need to remember where we come from and instills an understanding of responsibility and belonging to something bigger than ourselves.
If you know of a community need that could be served by one of the Red Wolves teams, please bring it to the attention of one of our Board members.