S-C athletes lend a hand


Vietnam veteran Tom White and his wife, Carla, needed some help laying 1,000 yards of sod at their Sedalia home, and Smith-Cotton High School football players volunteered to get the job done. Lending a hand were, front from left, Roberto Ramirez, Chaz Satnan and Blake Pomajzl; back from left, Dillon Moore, Brendan Homan, Gunnar Creach and DJ Parent.


Gunnar Creach carries a role of sod while Blake Pomajzl cuts a patch to fill a gap along the driveway.


Chaz Satnan ensures there are no gaps between sod rolls as he works Friday morning in Tom and Carla White’s back yard.


Roberto Ramirez patches a space after placing a sod roll.


Vietnam veteran Tom White and his wife, Carla, needed some help laying 1,000 yards of sod at their Sedalia home, and Smith-Cotton High School football players volunteered to get the job done. Lending a hand were, front from left, Roberto Ramirez, Chaz Satnan and Blake Pomajzl; back from left, Dillon Moore, Brendan Homan, Gunnar Creach and DJ Parent.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_FB.ComServe.Sod1_.jpgVietnam veteran Tom White and his wife, Carla, needed some help laying 1,000 yards of sod at their Sedalia home, and Smith-Cotton High School football players volunteered to get the job done. Lending a hand were, front from left, Roberto Ramirez, Chaz Satnan and Blake Pomajzl; back from left, Dillon Moore, Brendan Homan, Gunnar Creach and DJ Parent.

Gunnar Creach carries a role of sod while Blake Pomajzl cuts a patch to fill a gap along the driveway.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_FB.ComServe.Sod2_.jpgGunnar Creach carries a role of sod while Blake Pomajzl cuts a patch to fill a gap along the driveway.

Chaz Satnan ensures there are no gaps between sod rolls as he works Friday morning in Tom and Carla White’s back yard.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_FB.ComServe.Sod3_.jpgChaz Satnan ensures there are no gaps between sod rolls as he works Friday morning in Tom and Carla White’s back yard.

Roberto Ramirez patches a space after placing a sod roll.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_FB.ComServe.Sod4_.jpgRoberto Ramirez patches a space after placing a sod roll.

Vietnam veteran Tom White and his wife, Carla, needed some help laying 1,000 yards of sod at their Sedalia home, and Smith-Cotton High School football players volunteered to get the job done. Lending a hand were, front from left, Roberto Ramirez, Chaz Satnan and Blake Pomajzl; back from left, Dillon Moore, Brendan Homan, Gunnar Creach and DJ Parent.

Gunnar Creach carries a role of sod while Blake Pomajzl cuts a patch to fill a gap along the driveway.

Chaz Satnan ensures there are no gaps between sod rolls as he works Friday morning in Tom and Carla White’s back yard.

Roberto Ramirez patches a space after placing a sod roll.

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