Ex-Eagles owner donates book to schools
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Jerry Wolman, the Shenandoah native who owned the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League for a number of years in the 1960's, has donated copies of his autobiography, The World's Richest Man, to the libraries of a number of Schuylkill and Lower Anthracite Region high schools. The event was held Friday, May 21 at the Shenandoah Historical Society. Students and athletic directors from Marian Catholic and Panther Valley High Schools were among those participating in the book donation event. From left are Marian football players Brett Befano, Corey Quick and Dominick Richards; Jerry Wolman, presenting his book to Marian A.D. Stan Dakosty and Panther Valley A.D. Kristin Black; Panther Valley students Kyle Picht, Andrew Tucker and Katie Zulik; and Sam Matta, event chairman.