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Arizona Cardinals Co-Captain Jared Veldheer Returns Home to Host Football Camp on June 27

Metro Health – University of Michigan Health is proud to sponsor the Jared Veldheer Football Camp on Tuesday, June 27, from 5:30

p.m. to 8 p.m., at Grand Rapids Christian High School Stadium, 2300 Plymouth Avenue, SE. The cost is $20 per student, and is open to students from third through eighth grade.

Veldheer is a team captain and left tackle for the Arizona Cardinals. In 2014, he was the team MVP. He is a Hillsdale College 2-time All-American and a Forest Hills Northern graduate. Veldheer teams up with area football coaches and Metro Health – University of Michigan Health Sports Medicine for the night of instruction.

“I’m excited to get back to Grand Rapids for another year of this football camp,” Veldheer said. “It is exciting to teach young athletes who have a passion for sports and are eager to learn. More importantly, I’m excited to share my message about playing multiple sports, eating healthy, and being a team player. My goal is to encourage all student athletes to ‘Stay in the Game’.” All proceeds from the camp go to the Keeping the Beat Program.

Dr. Ed Kornoelje, sports medicine medical director for Metro Health – University of Michigan Health will discuss with parents and athletes sports injury prevention. “Athletics provide a great opportunity for students to learn many skills outside of just their sport,” Kornoelje said. “It is important for all student athletes, and their parents, to understand what it takes to be a healthy athlete. This camp provides a great platform to discuss these items.”

In additional to the on field practice, Veldheer will share his personal message on the drive, focus and discipline it has taken to be one of the best offensive tackles in the NFL.

All participants registered by June 27 will receive a free T-shirt and an autographed book “Stay in the Game—Jared Veldheer’s Journey to the NFL”.

To register, go to metrohealth.net/JaredVeldheerFootballCamp.

Sponsors for this year’s event include: The IBOAI, The VLMB Group at Merrill Lynch, Metro Health – University of Michigan Health Sports Medicine, Brann’s Steakhouse and Grille, The HUGE Show, CareLinc Medical and Bumblebee Ice cream.

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Jared Veldheer Youth Football Camp
5pm - 8pm
June 27

joseph.weller@metrogr.org