Former Bengal hosts football and cheer camp for children with Autism

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Boys and girls from the Autism Community are invited to attend a free football and cheer camp sponsored by former Cincinnati Bengals' Running Back, Pete Johnson, through the Stynchula Family Foundation on July 20.

The camp will be held at the Sheakley Center at the University of Cincinnati. Youth will have the opportunity meet with football legends including, Robert Jackson, Jim Breech, Joe Kelly, Ira Hilary, Glen Bujnoch, and Bob Crable.

Other notable influences include the UC Bearcat players, Ben Gal Alumnae Cheerleaders, and Miss Ohio USA 2013, Elizabeth Steinhauer.

To attend the camp, participants should have basic football, running, cheerleading, and tumbling skills. The football camp will be non-contact.

If bad weather occurs, the camp will be moved to the inside. Camp registration begins at 12:00 p.m. July 20.

For more information, contact David Kahle at

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