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  Calling All High School Quarterbacks!

Nov 09, 2012 08:25 ET

The Durham Regional Police and ProAction Cops and Kids For KICKS program are looking for high school quarterbacks to participate in the 2012 Damon Allen High School Quarterback Challenge on Dec. 6, 2012.

We are looking for high school quarterbacks from across Ontario between the ages of 14 and 19 years, currently enrolled in a Durham high school (public, catholic, private), to compete in the 2012 High School Quarterback Challenge. Damon Allen will host the event and provide tips on how to take your quarterback skills to the next level! This is your opportunity to show your passion and ability in football and compete for a university scholarship. Don't miss this fun and life-changing event!

Transportation and lunch is provided.

It will take place at Downsview Park on Thurs. Dec. 6 and feel free to bring your coach, friends and family.

Contact proaction@drps.ca to register. Spots are limited, so don't delay!

FOR KICKS
Mission Statement
To offer youth the opportunity to be physically active, healthy and enjoy sports.
To provide the opportunity for local amateur sport clubs to interact with children who otherwise would not have the opportunity to participate in sports.
To strengthen the bond between the Police Service our youth and the various community agencies.

Philosophy
To help families break through financial barriers and allow all youth the opportunity to participate in organized sports so they can experience the benefits of active living. This is accomplished by providing financial support for registration fees and/or equipment purchases through grants. It is through the support from ProAction and the Lions Club that the children, who are the least likely to have the opportunity to play, now have hope.
It is our goal to meet the diverse and challenging needs of all children in our community. Our organization offers a variety of activities geared to enhance children’s development in gross and fine motor skills, cognitive skills, language and communication skills and self-help skills. It is our goal to provide challenging experiences appropriate to the developmental needs of each child. Learning can be fun, through positive reinforcement, coaching and encouragement for our children to develop self-esteem, pride, respect and an understanding of themselves and others.
The program also offers a training component called “Over to You”, which incorporates life skills into our daily activities. Our organization works in conjunction with area educational facilities from Elementary to College/University and allows students to obtain credit through cooperative education.

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