Wright Center sponsoring Nittany Lion Summer Impact Camp
Penn State football players build stronger community with youth camp
Limitless NIL, with sponsorship support from The Wright Centers for Community Health and Graduate Medical Education, is bringing the second annual Nittany Lion Summer Impact Football Camp to Scranton on Saturday, July 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Riverfront Sports, 5 W. Olive St. Scranton.
Limitless NIL partners, My Center for Independent Living, also is simultaneously hosting an event catered for kids and young adults with disabilities from ages 10-21.
The youth camp is designed to foster personal growth, develop skills, and ignite passion for the game of football in boys and girls in fifth through eighth grades. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn under the guidance of members from the 2022 Rose Bowl Championship team, including Beau Pribula, Curtis Jacobs, Liam Clifford, Dom DeLuca, and many more.
“Together, we are committed to supporting young athletes in our local communities,” said Sean Clifford, Limitless NIL founder and president. “It’s our way of investing in the future and empowering the next generation of athletes and leaders.”
To register for the second annual Nittany Lion Summer Impact Football Camp, go to lvhn.org/ImpactAthlete. For more information and updates about the camp, visit limitlessnil.com and follow the team on social media @limitlessnil.
In addition to The Wright Center, the following local community organizations made the camp possible: Northeast Rehab, Century Dental, My Center for Independent Living, Allied Services, Fidelity Bank, Casey Dental, Gerrity’s, Lehigh Valley Health Network, PNC Bank, Montage Mountain Resorts, and PA Health and Wellness.