Game Day Munuz Foundation Newsletter

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A monthly newsletter I wrote and designed for the Anthony Munoz Foundation during my internship with Game Day Communications.

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Game Day Munuz Foundation Newsletter

  1. 1. July E-Blast Hall of Fame Experience Has Impactful Week! The Hall of Fame Experience capped another impactful week with a lot of fun mixed in as well. The AMF would like to thank presenting partner, PNC Bank, and all of our other partners that made the eighth annual Hall of Fame Experience a success. The weeklong event highlighted the Foundation calendar and featured a host of past and present sports stars from the pro and college ranks. The event included appearances by Pro Football Hall of Famers Ted Hendricks, Bobby Mitchell, Billy Shaw, Kellen Winslow Sr. and Anthony. The Hall of Famers were joined by former Bengals Eric Ball, Jim Breech, Louis Breeden, Glenn Bujnoch, Barney Bussey, Isaac Curtis, David Fulcher, John Jackson, Dave Lapham, Max Montoya, Ken Moyer and Eric Shaw. Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis and offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth also played. Scholarships, Semon Award Presented at Hall of Fame Dinner The week kicked off with the Big Man on Campus Dinner thanks to the support of Furniture Fair and our wonderful host for the evening, Manor House Banquet and Conference Center. The evening had a couple of special presentations as the recipients of Anthony Muñoz Scholarship Fund and Jim Semon Impact Award were recognized. Tyra Chapple and Denaisha Thomas, both from Hughes Center High School, William Comminos from Middletown High School and Deborah LeGendre from Taylor High School were awarded $20,000 in college scholarships from the Scholarship Fund. Cincinnati Bell CEO Jack Cassidy was this year’s recipient of the Jim Semon Impact Award. Mr. Cassidy spearheaded, along with more than 50 other Cincinnati Bell “tutors,” the nationally recognized program at Taft Information Technology High School, which provides inner-city youth with the education they need to be responsible and productive citizens. He has supported the AMF and many other charitable causes in the Greater Cincinnati community. The AMF would also like to thank all of the celebrity guests who attended including Ben Utecht who sang an incredible song during the program, the amazing Hall of Fame silent auction committee and volunteers for making the dinner such a memorable event. Pictures can be viewed on the web at www.mcdanielsphotography.com. Hall of Fame Golf Classic All Aces Congratulations to the Duramed Championship team and celebrity guest, Connie Dierking, for
  2. 2. July E-Blast winning the Hall of Fame Golf Classic presented by Cincinnati. They received the prestigious traveling Hall of Fame Helmet Trophy as well as the Cincinnati Bengals Prize Package of pre- game field passes and (4) four club seats to the game of their choice. The TPC River’s Bend once again had the course in immaculate condition that treated the golfers to wonderful day on the course. Trick shot artist Glen Farnsworth treated the crowd to a show as he did imitations of famous golfers and a number of seemingly impossible golf shots. The AMF family would like to thank everyone who made the Golf Classic a success, especially the celebrities, golf committee and volunteers. Pictures can be viewed on the web at www.mcdanielsphotography.com. Old Spice Anthony Muñoz Hall of Fame Football Academy More than 475 kids took to the fields at Sycamore High School for the Old Spice Hall of Fame Football Academy. The campers learned about the keys to success on the field, at school and in their community. In addition to the numerous high school coaches that coached the camp, the kids had guest speakers that included former Bengal Ken Moyer, current Bengals Andrew Whitworth and Ben Utecht and University of Cincinnati Head Coach Brian Kelly. Pictures can be viewed on the web at www.mcdanielsphotography.com. Youth Leadership Seminar Opens Registration The Youth Leadership Seminar presented by Cincinnati Bell will be held on Thursday, October 8th and spots are limited so be sure to register your high school today. We will once again return to Xavier University’s Cintas Center with Harvey Alston as our Master of Ceremonies. Click here to register! http://www.munozfoundation.org/_forms/ylsschools.asp
  3. 3. July E-Blast The 2008 Youth Leadership Seminar featured 94 schools and nine guest speakers, and we are already working hard to surpass those efforts. We will update you with more details as we get closer to the event. With the large number of students expected to attend the 2009 Youth Leadership Seminar, we will need a number of energetic volunteers to assist us. If you are interested in volunteering, click http://www.munozfoundation.org/_forms/volunteerYLS.asp All students who come to the YLS receive a gift bag. The Foundation is looking for items to put in the gift bags. If you have an item that you would like included in the gift bag, please email impact@munozfoundation.org. Click here for more… http://www.munozfoundation.org/events/youthleadership.asp AMF Welcomes New Board Members The AMF would like to welcome the newest members of the Board of Directors and the Foundation family John Burns and Michael Muñoz. John is the President and General Manager of Cincinnati Bell Technology Solutions (CBTS). CBTS along with Cincinnati Bell Inc. has been a dedicated partner with the Foundation and has provided many extra special opportunities for many Tri-State youth. We welcome John to our team! Michael Muñoz, is the CMK Manager for Prilosec and Pepto Bismol at Procter and Gamble and is also the Township Trustee for Hamilton Township. Michael is excited to join the Board of Directors to help drive the mission of the Foundation and to work alongside his family. Thanks to all of our incredible board members who graciously give up their time and talents to serve Tri-State youth.

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