Just about a year ago, Tim Gemelli started experiencing weakness in his right hand. It was probably from throwing too many pitches while coaching his children’s teams over the years he thought. Gemelli always threw the ball hard, even to the young players. But the weakness in the hand wasn’t getting better. After a summer of visits to neurologists and a neurosurgeon, the doctors began to suspect it was Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. The official and life altering diagnosis came in October 2013.
Norfolk Medfield Millis (NMM) Pop Warner Football & Cheerleading Program is looking for a new Cheer & Dance Coordinator, Assistant Coordinator, Coaches and Student Coach Trainees.