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Devils & Harris Family Charitable Foundation To Recognize ASAS Youth

More Than 50 ASAS Youth and Volunteers To Be Honored Throughout the Game on March 6

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils /

Newark, NJ - Tonight, the New Jersey Devils and the Harris Family Charitable Foundation will host more than 50 youth and volunteers from After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Newark chapter as the Devils play the Montreal Canadians at 7 p.m. ET.

The Devils will also recognize 11-year-old ASAS youth Imani Uzzell from Dr. George Washington Carver Elementary School as the Walmart Community Playmaker. Uzzell has been a role model to countless youth this past year as she made her way onto the school's honor role. As part of the Walmart Community Playmaker, Uzell will receive a $100 Walmart gift card and an in-game recognition.
Additional ASAS youth and volunteers will be honored and recognized through the Fan Zam experience and pregame Hi-Five Experience. Following the game, the group will also go on the ice for a group photo.
The night is inspired by the Harris Family Charitable Foundation's support for ASAS' continued expansion throughout the northeast via a three-year, three-city, $900,000 grant. With this three-year, three-city plan, the Harris Family Charitable Foundation aims to bring a high-quality after-school and sports programs to three of its target geographies. Since 2016, the Harris Family Charitable Foundation has launched three programs with ASAS in Newark, Philadelphia and Camden. 


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Founded in 1992 by Arnold Schwarzenegger, After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is a leading national provider of year-round, school-based, comprehensive after-school programs. The organization's mission is to keep children safe and help them succeed in school and in life. Every school day, students in low-income communities have access to free programs that offer academic support, enrichment opportunities, and health and fitness activities. More than 73,000 children from 19 U.S. regions benefit: Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Newark, New York, North Texas, Orlando, Philadelphia, Puget Sound, San Antonio, San Francisco Bay Area, South Florida, Tampa, Toledo and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit

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