Pro Football Player Terrell Thomas, Gives Back to Boys & Girls Club of SB

Pro Football Player Terrell Thomas, Gives Back to Boys & Girls Club of SB

terrell-thomas-bgcsbHis 6th Annual Youth Football Camp to benefit members and other local youth

Terrell Thomas, first drafted in the second round of the 2008 NFL draft climbed to stardom as a successful New York Giants cornerback. As a high school student, Thomas excelled in the game of football earning Prep Star Top 100 Dream Team and a host of All-American honors. He prepped at Rancho Cucamonga High School in Rancho Cucamonga, California, and eventfully earned an athletic scholarship as one of the most athletic players in the state. While his talent and athleticism created new opportunities far beyond his humble beginnings, Terrell Thomas maintained a passion and concern for youth in the Inland Empire.

The 6th Annual Terrell Thomas Youth Football Camp is being hosted this summer to give local youth the opportunity to interact and learn from a hometown star and other NFL players in a unique environment. The Camp will be held on Saturday, June 28, 2014 from 8am to 4pm at the Ralph M Lewis Sports Complex in Fontana, Calif. It is open to both boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 14.There is an emphasis on participants developing and improving their football skills, sportsmanship, and teamwork, while building confidence both on-and-off the field.

The Terrell Thomas Youth Football Camp is partnering with Boys & Girls Club of San Bernardino (BGCSB) to provide its members opportunities for participation in the camp at a discounted rate. Boys & Girls Club parents can register their children and pay camp dues at the Club.

Others interested in the camp can visit www.terrellthomasyfc.com, or contact Teressa Hunter at 909-942-1491.

Also, for more information about Boys & Girls Club of San Bernardino membership, call 909-888-6751, or stop by for a visit at 1180 W 9th Street, San Bernardino, CA 92411.

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