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Cowboys Host Free Football Clinic For Local Oxnard Youth


OXNARD, Calif.—The Cowboys teamed up with the City of Oxnard – host city for the team's 2013 training camp – to put on a free PLAY 60 Youth Football Clinic Saturday for more than 200 local youth pre-selected from Salvation Army programs, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Clubs, local military families and other youth football organizations.

Before heading to Canton, Ohio for the team's preseason opener, Cowboys safety Barry Church stopped by to kick off the camp festivities. He stressed to the youth the importance of making positive life choices and encouraged them to fuel up for both school and sports by staying healthy and being active at least 60 minutes per day.

At the conclusion of Church's remarks, participants took to the fields – the same fields the Cowboys practice on during their time in Oxnard – to learn tips and skills from USA Football-trained coaches.

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