Green Bay Packer Kenny Clark will be at local camp.



Athletes for Life Foundation (AFL) is excited to again assistance the community with its 12th Annual Summer Life Skills Camp for the Inland Empire youth (12-18 years of age). Starting with registration at 10:00am on Sunday, June 25, 2017, at the Physical Education Building (PE) on the campus of California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) and running through Wednesday, June 28, 2017, Athletes for Life Foundation will again, host its FREE four (4) day camp for area youth.

The AFL Junior Player Development (JPD) and the AFL High School Player Development (HSPD) Camps
will work on football and life skills. With the help of LA Rams and retired NFL players, this programs will teach the proper techniques of football while showing, great sportsmanship and good decision making. All of which add up to being a great player and a great individual on and off the field. This is the nation’s largest free football camp of this format and one of the few programs that strides to show youth, that the life experience of going to college and getting an education gives them a better quality of life than the negative opportunities that could be waiting on them around the next corner.

AFL will host its very popular female program called, “How to be a Girl.” This camp is being offered to girl’s grades 7-12th and is taught by industry specific professionals who take the young women through everything they need to know to be confident, well put together and ready to present themselves to the world. This dynamic program for Inland Empire female youth will hosted a vast array of activities, designed to give our young women from the Inland Empire the “Tools necessary in LIFE.” HTBG program is limited to 50 youth, so don’t delay.

AFL in association with Kenny Clark and the Clark family will be hosting the 1-day, Kenny Clark PLAY 60 Youth Movement program. This national youth health and fitness campaign focuses on increasing the wellness of youth by encouraging them to be active for at least 60 minutes a day. This year’s camp is being offered to all elementary and middle school students ages 3-12 years of age and all youth with special needs from Inland Empire. Registration is online and walkups are welcome. Registration starts Sunday at 11:00 a.m. on June 25, 2017, also at the PE Building. Please be prepared to pay $3.00 for parking.

To sign up for any of the camps, log onto, and click on camps info and select the camp that applies to your youth by age. Due to our financial limitations, participation is limited (300 participants) for both, the one day program (PLAY 60) and the four-day programs. Over-night participants should bring clothes, good shoes and socks, bedding and daily toiletries. Play 60 should wear light clothes, wear good shoes and socks and bring a great attitude to have fun with local star, Kenny Clark and friends.

Sheriff John McMahon and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department are proud sponsors of The Athletes for Life Foundation (AFL) which benefits our local community. The AFL focuses on teaching youth about hard work, teamwork and life skills so they can make good decisions throughout their lives. Sheriff John McMahon believes youth programs are crucial for keeping kids out of trouble and on the right path for success. The sheriff will have recruiters to promote employment opportunity for college-bound seniors who will be attending this great event.

Greg Bell, former NFL Pro Bowl running back, is president of Athlete for Life. He is available for conference calls to discuss this camp and provide more information about AFL. AFL would like to thank all sponsors for their help (Burrtec Waste Management, San Bernardino City USD, SBC Police, Rialto Police, San Bernardino County Sheriff and Victor Valley, Moreno Valley, Coachella Valley USD and Adelanto Elementary, Mayor Robertson and the City of Rialto). For more information, you may contact Greg Bell at 888-675-8884 or email him at or check out AFL on the web at

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