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Yes it was free!!!!
was it free?
Cream puff/ Snowflake
Since you know it what is it for?
This is a crock of S. People so naive as to believe this is for the community are as delusional as these so called coaches are.
From T. Peterson: What is it for then?
Thank you Ranch 18, well said.
Coaches and former athletes giving up their Sundays to impact the youth and people are bashing it. That is unbelievable. Getting kids of fornite was a great analogy.
Shame on you pal.
The snack bar will be open!
Will the snack bar be open and selling chili cheese fries?
Football numbers have taken a huge hit the couple years, camps like this are a necessity theses days. People can have their opinions about whatever but the bottom line is football needs these events right now. Anyway what’s wrong with quality coaches giving instruction to 8 years olds?
Please come out and be apart of the community Rosemead Rebels Community Give Back. Come listen to what we have to say about the sport we love and the reason for this event.
Im open to hear what you have to say.
Also please don’t attack my community, community members and most important the kids.
SG’s most successful teams were full of Rebel kids.
Kevin Encinas is doing everything he can to rebuild the football program at San Gabriel High. (I know first-hand because I worked with him in the P.E. department there for more than two months during the spring.)
Coach Encinas took over the program under difficult conditions in 2017; he deserves to be given additional time.
My philosophy on youth football camps is that kids should be able to attend any camp they want.
But, when it’s time to go to high school, they should enroll at their local public school—and stay there. (Or, they can choose to attend a private school.)
There should be very few exceptions to that rule.
The vast majority of the kids who play for the Rebels should attend either Rosemead High School or San Gabriel High, because those are the public schools which draw students from the city of Rosemead.
I’m pulling for the San Gabriel Matadors to win all of their games, except for when they play Alhambra.
LOL… what do you mean? please elaborate.. lol
from what “i” know…. this is a community give back, they are trying to get kids off fortnite and outside like old times… some of you may remember when our local youth teams would sign up so many kids that they had to make “a” and “b” teams… or unfortunately kids got turned away or guided to other local teams…
now we are struggling to fill teams… and lets not mention its even harder now with so many diff “organizations” … like travel ball ..
They are not giving back anything To the community !
They are going there to draft the next athletes .
Haha how is Jude Oliva connected with Schurr?! What the…….. ooon buddy. That dude is doing a good thing for the community and has no ties with the Spartans or any other school from i last recall. Get a clue loser!
“Community give back” camp? This is bs …. just when I think these guys can’t sink any lower they continue to amaze me.
From T. Peterson: You’re seriously offended by this? Get over it Snowflake.
Jude Oliva trying to bring Rosemead kids to Schurr now? I thought SHS went after the Montebello Indian kids?
Bernard, brown , and oliva, could they building a high school from the community up? Perhaps into a high school they all associated with at one point. Just a thought to juggle the mind.
Brown oliva and brown, ir only they realized together they could bring back what sg was, and being back to the community they love.
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