Kids with Disabilities Invited to Day of Fantasy Football Camp June 18

Kids with Disabilities Invited to Day of Fantasy Football Camp June 18

NOVI, Mich., May 21, 2018 – The Novi Wildcats football team will host its third annual Fantasy Football Camp for individuals with disabilities on Monday, June 18.

Participants will have the opportunity to experience the excitement of playing football on the turf at Wildcat Stadium. All participants will enter the stadium through the same inflatable tunnel the Novi Wildcats football team uses to take the field on Friday nights under the light.

All campers will participate in drills that simulate a typical football practice. They will compete in cone and bag drills that are used to increase agility. Campers will learn the basics of blocking, tackling, throwing and catching, while getting the opportunity to score a touchdown!

The Novi cheer program will be present to teach drills and cheers that go along with Friday night experience.

All levels of athletic ability are welcome and all drills will be adapted to allow success for all involved.

All campers will be allowed to attend our first varsity football game of the 2018 season on Thursday, August 23 for FREE, and join the team on the field during pre-game.

This camp is presented by the Novi football coaching staff and aided by the 2018 varsity players from Novi and South Lyon East, in conjunction with Easterseals of Michigan.

 

To register go to http://signup.com/go/UVHtJOa.

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