JONESBORO, Ark. – Are you (or your kids) ready for some football?
From 9 a.m. to 12 noon this Saturday, July 29, 2017, a one-day camp will be held at the Jonesboro High School, 301 Hurricane Drive, for children grades 1st through 8th.
Former NFL player and coach, Maurice Carthon, will be the honorary camp director. Carthon is an Osceola native who played 11 seasons in the AFL and NFL. He won two championship rings with the Giants in Super Bowl XXI and Super Bowl XXV.
The event will be in the indoor turf facility. The cost is $35 per camper and kids need only tennis shoes or cleats, shorts, and a t-shirt.
“If you know a kid that loves football, thinking about playing, or wanting your child to develop their skills…Football – Fundamentals and Fun,” said Rennell Woods, who is organizing the event. “Scholarships will be available. Over seventeen former college and professional players will be instructing, teaching how to perform drills, working on proper stance and techniques, form running, speed and agility and much much more!”
Those interested can register with the Givelify App, or call Rennell Woods, at 870-919-5659
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