Mac will be giving clinics in Kaua’i!

KW = Kaua’i World

KW Note: “McMackin, his staff, and possible appearances by former Hawai‘i Warriors Davone Bess and Colt Brennan, as well as Ray Lewis, who played for McMackin when he was the defensive coordinator at the University of Miami, will be part of free football clinics July 6-8 at Vidinha Stadium. The County’s Anti-Drug Office in partnership with Hawai‘i Speed & Quickness will be offering the clinics designed to teach young athletes the latest football techniques and drills.”

About the clinics, Kaua’i Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr. said:
“Prevention programs like the football clinics are a major component of the Kaua‘i Community Drug Response Plan which focuses on a comprehensive effort to combat substance abuse and build stronger families and a healthier community. I encourage our young people to take advantage of the opportunity to learn the latest football techniques from Coach Greg McMackin and his terrific staff.” (KW)

About how the clinics will give the youth of Kaua’i a glimpse of University life, Theresa Koki (the county’s Anti-Drug coordinator) said:
“It’s never too early to plant the seeds for children to start thinking about attending college. Having a positive experience with representatives from the University of Hawai‘i can help to develop a child’s interest in college.” (KW)

KW Note: “Sessions for the football clinics are from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. for youngsters 5-12 years old. Young people aged 13 years and older are invited to the 9:30 to 11 a.m. sessions.”


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