No Charge “2016 Coach Tate Foundation Football Camp”
June 19-21, 2016
We are proud to announce our 5th Coach Tate Foundation football camp for 2016. We are opening the registration from ages 6-18. This camp will be focused not only for the novice football player but also for the football player that wants to go to college and the NFL.
Please read the article from June 2015.
The camp will be taught in an NFL structure by NFL Players. Washington Redskins Kedric Golston will be the head coach along with selected NFL players to specialize in various positions.
The Carolina Panthers 60 bus will back to assist with the various drills and skills that will make that player an NFL star.
There is also a special luncheon for the wives with keynote speaker NFL Wife Christal Golston.
Please download the 2016 Coach Tate Foundation and Carolina Panthers NFL Football flier.
Please Download the Coach Tate Foundation NFL Flyer.
2016 Coach Tate Camp
Each person that is under 12 years old and wants to attend the “2016 Carolina’s 60 Play” must fill out the Liability Release form. Please download the “2016 Carolina’s 60 Play” form.
Play 60 Liability Form
You can also register online below:
Please send all registrations to:
Coach Tate Foundation
PO Box 49513
Charlotte, NC. 28277
Please contact us for further information at.
919-255-8054 or 704-249-6395
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Washington Redskins are here to stay in Burke County. Key Note speaker Stedman Graham supports the Coach Tate Foundation. Please read the article below.
Home The Coach Tate Foundation (CTF) is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 2010 in memory of Johnny Coach Tate, who passed away April 28, 2010, after a brief illness. Drexel Heritage in Burke County was his workplace for 44 years, but the R.O. Huffman Center in Drexel, NC, was his home and his passion for more than 35 years where he coached youth football and basketball and built a YBOA traveling team known as the Burke Cobras. Coach Tate was passionate about coaching, and it showed in the way he touched the lives of hundreds of kids and parents throughout his lifetime. In October 2010, the Drexel Booster Club honored the memory of Coach Tate by renaming the R.O. Huffman Recreation Center football field after him. To immortalize the passion and commitment Coach Tate showed for children and young adults in Burke County, Coach Tates oldest daughter Phrantceena Halres established the Coach Tate Foundation. The mission of the Coach Tate Foundation is to provide scholarships, leadership development, and character building for student-athletes in Burke and surrounding counties.