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Wings of America Coaches’ Clinic, Leadership Camp is June 2-4

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Program Director Dustin Martin said he is excited to welcome a group of young Native mentors to Santa Fe, N.M. for the 2016 Wings of America Coaches’ Clinic and Leadership Training.

The clinic and leadership training is scheduled for June 2-4 at the Institute of American Indian Arts facility.

On June 2, Martin said there will be a welcoming reception for all summer facilitators from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. After the welcome session, there will be a barbeque and time to connect with old and new friends.

He added the bulk of presentations are on June 3-4.

Martin said registration for the public and coaches is $75 and is open until May 31. He aside from all presentations and clinic curriculum, all registrants are invited to lunch with facilitators and presenters on June 3-4. Those interested should contact Wings of America office at (505) 982-6761.

Wings of America Running & Fitness Camp begins June 9. The camps will culminate at the end of July, across the Navajo Nation and Pueblo regions.

Camp facilitators will be split into three teams, including Gallup, Chinle and Shiprock.

Head facilitator for Gallup team is Dallas Touchine. Camp facilitators are Binaahni Curley, Justin Holowell, Dion John, Tyrin Begay, Niles Thomas and Casey Long.

Channon Curley is the Chinle team head facilitator. On the team are Charnelle Curley, Allison Denetchee, Daangoiina Haven, Darrin Cly, Quana Maho and Santiago Hardy.

Angelica Bedonie leads the Shiprock team as head facilitator. Team members include Garilena Cly, Kristen Ascencio, Christian Fowler and Shawvan Levi.

“The three-day clinic followed by three days of intensive practical job training will prepare summer facilitators for a busy couple of months getting youth moving across the southwest,” he said.

“Apart from knowledge to help attendees become better coaches and runners, our Indian running coaches clinic aims to offer inspiration to help young athletes make a life-long commitment to take care of their bodies. If we really do our job well, they leave with a clearer understanding of how their proactive attitudes about personal wellness can positively impact their friends, family and community members.”


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