Summer Jam X in Memphis 

If your tastes run to football, fashion, golf, or bowling, there's something for you at the the Summer Jam X Football Camp for Kids, June 21st through the 23rd.

The camp, showcasing such NFL stars as Marcus Bell, Mike McKenzie, Reggie Howard, and DeAngelo Williams, is free to the first 500 kids ages 6-18. It will be held Friday and Saturday, June 22nd and 23rd, at the University of Memphis football practice field.

And there's more: The Celebrity Golf Tournament at Galloway Golf Course chaired by Congressman Steve Cohen, June 21; the Annual Gridiron Glamour Fashion Show at the Gibson Guitar Lucille Ballroom, June 22; and the Celebrity Bowling Challenge hosted by Reggie Howard and DeAngelo Williams at Billy Hardwick All-Star Lanes, June 23.

For more information about Summer Jam X, call 901-864-0990.

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