Lakers To Hold School Supplies Drive Tonight As Part Of Chick Hearn Night
November 30, 2014 - School Supplies
Sports, Los Angeles, Lakers, Basketball
Posted Nov. 28, 2014, 9:01 am
The Los Angeles Lakers will reason a propagandize reserve expostulate during tonight’s diversion opposite a Minnesota Timberwolves in tie with their annual Chick Hearn Night.
Fans are asked to move new propagandize reserve to a Chick Hearn Booth in Star Plaza in front of Staples Center.
Supplies sought embody spin notebooks, combination books, packs of college-ruled filler paper; folders; packs of dividers with tabs; boxes of pencils; boxes of blue or black pens; highlighters; pairs of reserve scissors; primer pencil sharpeners; rulers; dictionaries; thesauruses; and calculators.
Donors will accept a Lakers pin.
All donated reserve will advantage a Los Angeles Unified School District’s Homeless Education Program.
All fans attending a diversion will accept a Chick Hearn pivotal ring.
Since Hearn’s genocide in 2002, a Lakers have designated their home diversion closest to a Nov. 27 anniversary of his birth as Chick Hearn Night, that also includes a display of scholarships to dual students attending a USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
This year’s grant recipients are Caroline Deisley and Robby Kolanz.
Deisley is a youth from Atlanta study promote broadcasting and sports media studies and business and hopes to be a sports anchor. She is a multimedia publisher and continue anchor with Annenberg TV News, USC’s student-run radio channel.
Deisley is also a amicable media partner with USC’s jaunty department, assisting conduct a Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, contributes to a department’s blog, USCRipsIt, and runs a live discuss during Trojan football games. She has been an novice with Fox Sports Digital and Mandalay Sports Media.
Kolanz, a connoisseur of Palos Verdes High School, is a youth promote and digital broadcasting vital who also has a teenager in sports media studies.
Kolanz is a multimedia publisher with Annenberg TV News, an novice with USC’s Sports Information Department and a receiver on a Trojan football team. He has spent dual summers as an novice with Student Sports, a high propagandize sports events and media company.
Kolanz is a grandson of late KTLA-TV Channel 5 contributor Stan Chambers.
Hearn was a Lakers play-by-play announcer from a start of their radio broadcasts during a 1961 NBA playoffs until his death. He coined many phrases, including impact dunk, that have transcended basketball into use in bland life.
Hearn’s ability as an announcer is credited with assisting spin a Lakers from a group that drew 4,008 fans for a initial diversion in Los Angeles in 1960 to apropos one of a nation’s many renouned teams during a time of his death.