2013 Commitment for Change (C4C) Youth Summer Football Camp
Monday, July 1, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Saturday, July 6, 2013 at 4:00 PM (EDT)
Owings Mills, MD
The Carpenter House, Project Mayhem & Beyond 80 Ways
5th Annual Commitment 4 Change Summer Football Camp
for ages 8-18 yrs
July 1 - July 6, 2013
Please join Baltimore’s own NFL pros: Keion Carpenter (retired Atlanta Falcons), Aaron Maybin (Cincinnati Bengals), Bryant Johnson (retired Houston Texans) and their NFL colleagues as they join with Owings Mills Recreation for the 2013 Commitment for Change (C4C) youth summer football camp. With similar ties to Baltimore and the NFL, Keion, Bryant and Aaron share a commitment to giving back. Inspired by their personal journey to the NFL, they have designed this year’s 6 day clinic to teach young athletes the tools to succeed on and off the field.
WATCH THIS VIDEO TO SEE THE C4C DIFFERENCE! http://youtu.be/b9ron9YW-VU
C4C's goal is to give youth access to the resources they need to make good decisions and lead successful lives beyond the gridiron by providing workshops on art, college preparation and character building, as well as, specialized technical sports training. The camp, which seeks to marry formal education and fieldwork with interactive workshops, will take place this summer on the grounds of Newtown High School in Owings Mills.
We want to thank all of our NFL guest coaches including Allan Rossum (ret), Calvin Johnson (Lions), Michael Jenkins (Falcons), Carmelo Anthony (NBA Knicks), Michael Vick (Eagles), Anquan Boldin (Ravens) & Prescott Burgess (Ravens) along with our sponsors State Farm, Shoe City, Morgan Stanley, The Marines, Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Sams's Club for helping make the camp a huge success over the last 5 years!
Camp will begin Monday, July 1, 2013
at Newtown High School
Each day campers should arrive at 9:00 am
Dismissal each day at 4:00 pm ages 8 -13
Extended Hours until 5:00pm available at additional charge
Dismissal each day at 5:00 pm ages 14 -18
9:00-9:15 am Sign In
10:00-11:00 am Football Technique Training on Field
11:00 am-12:00 pm Morning Mentoring Workshops
12:00-1:00 pm LUNCH
1:00-3:30 pm Football Technique Training on Field
3:30-4:00 pm Dismissal 4-5:00 pm Late Dismissal
Saturday, July 6, 2013
Location: Newtown High School
Time: 11:00 am - 1 pm Graduation Ceremony
About The Carpenter House, Inc
The Carpenter House Inc is a non-profit organization created by retired Atlanta Falcon, Keion Carpenter to promote awareness, education and holistic fundamental tools to empower low income and single parent families. The Carpenter House believes that when you empower a family, you empower a community.To learn more about Keion and The Carpenter House, go to www.KeionCarpenter.org
About Project Mayhem
Project Mayhem is a charitable fund that has been established by New York Jets' Aaron Maybin to encourage and reward personal and academic achievement of inner city youth through art, athletics and mentorship. To learn more about Aaron and Project Mayhem, go to www.AaronMaybin.com.
About Beyond 80 Ways
Beyond 80 Ways is the charitable organization developed by Houston Texans' Bryant Johnson to support single parent households and at risk youth. Bryant is committed to providing Beyond 80 Ways for our youth to achieve. To learn more, please visit www.Beyond80Ways.com
If you have questions, please email Jasmine@TheEchelonLife.com or call 443-854-2742.
Thank you for all of your support!
The Carpenter House, Project Mayhem and Beyond 80 Ways
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