I think I can safely say that every age group enjoyed the game and above all being together. Outings like this is one of the great benefits of a club like ours and it really is the glue that holds us together.
I first encountered the United German Hungarians’ Cultural Group two years ago. I was sitting at a table with my family during Maifest at the Cannstatter. The group took the stage and began to do a partnered folk dance. I was struck by the grace of the dancers, the beauty of the music and the traditional dress. I felt pride for my German-Hungarian descent rise in me—and a desire to be part of what I was witnessing.
For our club, being a dedicated part of the whole is not only freeing, but it has allowed continuity to flourish all together as one. There is a beauty in that particular kind of order.
For many years we have tagged a lot of the things we do and most of the things we write with the slogan, "Continuing a Proud Tradition!" It has been and will continue to be a wonderful slogan and sentiment for us. If you read the 75 Years of Soccer history from 1997 you will … Continue reading Strength & Unity, by Michael Fricker