The Carpenter House & Project Mayhem Presents: Commitment 4 Change (C4C) Summer Football Camp for Ages 7-17
Baltimore, United States
The Carpenter House & Project Mayhem
Commitment 4 Change Summer Football Camp
for ages 7-17 yrs
July 5th-July 10th 2010
Please join Baltimore’s own retired NFL Atlanta Falcon, Keion Carpenter, Buffalo Bills' Aaron Maybin, and their NFL colleagues Michael Vick (QB Eagles), Prescott Burgess (LB Ravens), Bryant Johnson (WR Lions), Alge Crumpler (TE Patriots - 2x All Pro & 4x Pro Bowl), Peerless Price (WR, Pro Bowl), Deangelo Hall (CB Redskins -2x Probowl), Ed Hartwell (LB) Lydel Sargeant (Buffalo Bills), Lonnie Harvey (Buffalo Bills) and Ashlee Palmer (Detroit Lions) as they join with Woodlawn Recreation for the 2010 Commitment for Change (C4C) youth summer football camp. With similar ties to Baltimore and the NFL, both Keion 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. Carpenter and Maybin’s goal is to give Baltimore's 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 Woodlawn Senior High School in Baltimore County.
All lessons are taught through the exploration and discussion of the camp’s principles: Trust, Listening=Leading, Knowledge is Power, Good Sportsmanship, and Unity.
Camp will begin Monday, July 5, 2010
at Woodlawn Senior High School
Each day campers should arrive at 9:00 am
Dismissal each day at 4:00 pm
Extended Hours until 5:00pm available at additional charge
9:00-9:15 am Sign In
10:00-11:00 am Instruction on the Field
11:00 am-12:00 pm Morning Mentoring Workshops
12:00-1:00 pm LUNCH
1:00-3:30 pm Instruction on the Field (Surprise NFL Guests)
3:30-4:00 pm Dismissal 4-5:00 pm Late Dismissal
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Location: Woodlawn Senior High School
Time: 11:00 am - 12 pm Graduation Ceremony
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm Autograph Session
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
NFL Pros vs. Baltimore Joes Football Challenge
About The Carpenter House, Inc
The Carpenter House Inc is a non-profit organization created by 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.
About Project Mayhem
Project Mayhem is a non-profit organization that has been established by Aaron Maybin in an effort to provide aid, both personal and economic, to help underprivileged and at risk youth excel beyond their current conditions. The focus of Project Mayhem is to encourage and reward academic and extracurricular Achievement of our inner city youth. View at www.AaronMaybin.com/Foundation
Project Manager: www.TheEchelonLife.com
Please contact Bianca Williams with any questions or for financial aid consideration at Bianca@TheEchelonLife.com or call 443-802-0454.
THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!