Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will be coming to South Bend to help lead a free camp for kids.
The focus will be on the importance of making healthy food choices and staying active.
The camp will be held on June 20, but registration will open on Friday, May 13. You can find more information below.
From an Indiana University Health media release:
This summer, hundreds of children will learn what it takes to become quarterbacks of their own health at three free Change the Play camps. Camps will be held in South Bend, Evansville and Fort Wayne.
The children will join Indianapolis Colts Quarterback Andrew Luck and experts from Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, the partners behind the Change the Play program that was designed to teach kids how to make good decisions when it comes to health, fitness and overall wellness.
Children MUST be registered to attend this free camp. Registration opens May 13, 2016. Register at iuhealth.org/changetheplay. Spaces are limited.
WHO: Kids ages 5-13, Andrew Luck and Riley at IU Health
WHAT: Change the Play camp – six action-packed stations led by Luck, college athletes and Riley at IU Health team members. Each station teaches kids the importance of making healthy food choices and staying active.
WHEN: Monday, June 20, 2016
WHERE: Saint Joseph High School