Photo by Art Torres
Photo by Art Torres
Councilman Jose Huizar hands Nissim Leon award at the Los Angeles City Hall on July 26, 2013. Photo by Art Torres

The City of Los Angeles recognized Boyle Heights Wolfpack founder Nissim Leon on July 26 at Los Angeles City Hall for his dedication to the community of Boyle Heights and youth organized sports.

Recognizing Leon as a role model for the lives of much of Boyle Heights’ teens and young adults, the Wolfpack youth football league founder, Roosevelt Roughrider football player and East Los Angeles College coach has devoted 25 years of his life to teaching football.

Read more about the Boyle Heights Wolfpack here.

Councilman Jose Huizar spoke about the merits throughout Leon’s years of service for his community as Nissim accepted the award alongside family and friends who attended.

After years of serving the community of Boyle Heights, Leon plans to retire.

Lourdes Espinoza

Lourdes Espinoza is a student Broadcast Journalism at Cal State University, Los Angeles. She works as a community associate for Boyle Heights Beat. Seeking and sharing local events has allowed her to sharpen...

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