From Harford County government:
The Harford County Department of Community Services, Office of Drug Control Policy has partnered with Harford County Public Schools and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) to bring retired NFL player Steve Fitzhugh to Harford County. Steve Fitzhugh, now an author, humorist and motivational speaker, will be delivering a speech to the community on Thursday, March 24, 2011 from 7:00- 9:00 PM at Aberdeen High School, located at 251 Paradise Road, Aberdeen, MD 21001. As a professional communicator, Mr. Fitzhugh speaks teenagers nationwide about drugs, alcohol, and making the right choices.
“This is a great event for coaches, local athletics, and youth in general to attend so they can get the inside story from an NFL player,” stated Harford County Executive David Craig. “I’m grateful to Steve Fitzhugh for bringing his national platform to our county and for spending valuable time with our youth. This will undoubtedly help them with decision- making skills and lead them to choose the right path in life,” Craig remarked.
Drawings and prizes will be available as well as some NFL information including Top NFL Free Agents. Both youth and adults are encouraged to attend; admission is free.
FCA is the largest Christian Sports Ministry in the World and is reaching athletes, coaches, and all who they influence through school clubs, summer sports camps, coaches’ programs, community events and sports teams.
For more information, contact the Harford County Department of Community Services Office of Drug Control Policy at 410-638-3333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.