Charlie Villanueva Anti-Bullying Basketball Camp 2012 - FREE

Students from Wayne and Oakland Counties will participate in a one day basketball camp with Detroit Pistons Charlie Villanueva on Sunday, July 29, 2012 at the Cesar Chavez High School. The event will be hosted by Wish Upon a Teen and The Charlie Villanueva Foundation. This event is FREE and open to the public, PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED -- ONLY FIRST 100 ENTRIES. Register online by simply filling out this form or by calling the contact information below. All TEENAGERS from the ages of 13-19 are welcomed. All participants will receive complimentary lunch. When: Sunday, July 29, 2012 [ registration starts 9am, camp 10am-4pm ] Where: Cesar Chavez High School 1761 Waterman Detroit, MI 48209 What: Anti-Bullying Basketball Camp... teaching fundamentals, confidence, and awareness. Recommended: Athletic attire, such as sport shorts, t-shirt, and sneakers. ::: Wish Upon a Teen is a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization, established in Spring of 2011, to help teenagers suffering from traumatic experiences by providing resources, time, and opportunities to teenagers recovering from life-altering traumatic experiences. Through creative and interactive social and educational events, these teens will rediscover and rebuild their self-esteem and continue the healing process towards healthy reintegration into society. The Charlie Villanueva Foundation (CVF) is a non-profit organization, established in the United States and Canada, with three main areas of focus: supporting programs that help eliminate bullying, assisting families affected by Alopecia Areata, as well as assisting families in the poverty-stricken Dominican Republic. The CVF intends to create outlets of self-expression and growth through education, health, recreational activities and sports with an emphasis on youth. For more information, contact Michelle Soto: (248) 792-2938 or Also visit us on Wish Upon a Teen Foundation, visit Sponsored by: Nike, Powerade, Detroit Pistons, Einstein Bros., Happy's Pizza, Thirty-One, Valiant Public Relations, and
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