The 4th Annual Jones Brothers Youth Skills Camp will make its return to El Paso on Thursday, July 15 at Burges High School, as announced today by the A&A All the Way Foundation.

Aaron and Alvin Jones, who have put together the free camp for youth football players in the Sun City, will welcome campers entering third grade up to seniors in high school. The twin brothers, along with other special guests, will coach football fundamentals at the one-day camp. Aside from the on-field strategies they will coach, the camp will preach character-building, leadership and sportsmanship skills.

The Youth Skills Camp will be free to those that register for the event. The first session will be for third graders through sixth grade, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The second session of the camp will host incoming seventh graders through seniors in high school, spanning from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Camp registrations will be on a first-come, first-served basis, and the camp encourages those that are interested to sign up as soon as possible.

The camp is a staple in the local community and, in years past, the camp has featured some awesome NFL/collegiate player guests.

Click here for details on the camp and to register.

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