Former NBA Player Launches FREE Basketball, STEM, Music and Dance Clinics For Atlanta Area Students
The FREE HBCU Heroes Clinic Leads Up To The NCAA Final Four Games Hosted In Atlanta
By: Sports STEM Camp
"I've called some of my NBA and NFL friends, community groups and corporations to provide opportunity, access and exposure to young students in the Atlanta area," says George Lynch (https://hbcugameday.com/
The HBCU HEROES clinic will offer sub-clinics throughout each day for boys and girls ages 6-15. NBA and NFL veterans will power the camps from special appearances, pep talks and skills drills. Invitees include NBA legend Terry Cummings and Theo Ratcliff, along with NFL veterans Vonnie Holliday and Alge Crumpler. In addition, HBCU legends two-time Patriots SuperBowl Champion Tyrone Poole and Eagles Champion Hugh Douglas. The STEM clinic, led by former WNBA player Niesha Butler (https://www.weiatlanta.com/
"It is important for those of us who have achieved success to collaborate together, to reach back and show the younger generation what success looks and feels like, beyond what they see on TV," says Lynch, co-founder of HBCU Heroes. Lynch and his business partner, Tracey Pennywell, had the vision for the camp and quickly gained the support of the business community. Dozens of Atlanta area businesses, organizations and influencers are involved in this initiative, including Clark Atlanta University, 100 Black Men of Atlanta, YMCA of Metro Atlanta, Hot 107.9 radio, the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Atlanta.
The HBCU HEROES Clinics will run 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. each Saturday in the Juanita P. Baranco Multipurpose Room. Nearly one thousand students are expected to attend. For FREE registration visit Event Brite (https://www.eventbrite.com/
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