CarolinaPower’s Edson Moo, Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) Manager, was publicly recognized at the Greenville Drive baseball game on August 26 for his long-time service and dedication as youth soccer coach for Carolina Elite Soccer Academy’s (CESA) recreation program. Moo had the honor of throwing out the first pitch.
CESA’s Leanna Blalock provided some background on why Edson was singled out for special recognition at Monday night’s Drive game. “Coach Edson Moo has unselfishly volunteered countless hours over the years to help develop players, both on and off the field, while instilling a deep passion for the game. He began coaching in the fall of 2016 and has coached anywhere from one to three teams each season since then. Coach Moo not only coaches his own children’s teams, he has also taken on additional teams, increasing his impact on our local soccer community. He has always gone above and beyond the call of duty and he is a great asset to CESA’s recreation program.”
Blalock went on to say, “Coach Moo is part of an amazing family with very generous hearts. We are lucky to have them be apart of our CESA program… and the kids he coaches are lucky to have him influence their lives!”
CarolinaPower President Chris Moore said, “This is well-deserved recognition for Edson, who like many other members of the CarolinaPower family, has a true servant’s heart. It was great to see him wearing a CarolinaPower ball cap as he threw out the first pitch with impeccable form. Way to go, Edson!”
About CESA – Carolina Elite Soccer Academy was created in order to offer more opportunities to youth soccer players than has been available previously in South Carolina and in most regions of the Southeastern United States. CESA now offers a wide range of services ranging from highly competitive Region III Premier League play to our highly affordable in-house recreational league that includes not only CESA’s players but also recreational teams from around the South Carolina upstate area. CESA was created and exists to provide the best possible service to its players, regardless of whether the player is a highly ambitious national team player or a casual recreational player seeking to keep fit and have fun.