2010-2011 Health & Fitness Project
January 14, 2011
Luke Lambert, linebacker for the University of Missouri football team, spoke to the Chillicothe Middle School eighth grade
boys' physical education classes on Friday, January 14. Luke told his story about growing up and playing sports in Brookfield, Missouri, to having the vision and discipline to become a Division I football player. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at Grand River Technical School invited Luke as part of their 2010-2011 project encouraging health and fitness. FBLA also invited Austin Sloan to share his experience of being a Chillicothe Hornet athlete and the importance of teamwork and lifelong fitness on Monday, January 10.
One of two eighth grade boys P.E. classes at Chillicothe Middle School who had the privilege of hearing Luke Lambert on Friday, January 14. Pictured with the class is physical education teacher and coach Roman Cranmer, far left, and Luke Lambert, University of Missouri linebacker, far right. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) coordinated the visit.
Luke Lambert, MU linebacker, signs the shirt of an eighth grade boy after sharing his story of being an eighth grade athlete in Brookfield, Missouri, and having the dream of playing Division I football. Future Business Leaders of America
(FBLA) coordinated the visit as part of their 2010-2011 health and fitness project.