Castille Character Camp Set for Return

By: Tyler Hanes | Cullman Times | Jun 4, 2017 Former Alabama and NFL player Jeremiah Castille will bring his annual Castille Character Camp back to Cullman for the 10th time next Saturday.  REPOST: Original Article Here: http://www.cullmantimes.com/sports/local-sports-castille-character-camp-set-for-return/article_3853b256-488f-11e7-9c95-e3b6b2ca9612.html

LEARNING FROM LEGENDS: Jeremiah Castille to host free camp at Andy High

[REPOST: Original Article here: http://www.andalusiastarnews.com/2017/06/01/learning-from-legends-jeremiah-castille-to-host-free-camp-at-andy-high By Josh Dutton | Email the author Published 12:05 am Thursday, June 1, 2017 By Josh Dutton Email the author Published 12:05 am Thursday, June 1, 2017 The Jeremiah Castille Foundation, in partnership with the Covington County Children’s Policy Council Coalition and Andalusia High School, is bringing the Castille Character Camp […]

Youth Athletes Learn Valuable Skills from the Pros

Football camp teaches lessons for success on and off the field WALLACE, N.C.—June 17, 2017: More than 600 youth athletes gathered in eastern North Carolina this weekend to participate in North Carolina’s second-annual Jeremiah Castille Character Football Camp. House of Raeford Farms, through the company’s FLOCK Foundation, sponsored the two-day camp during which student athletes […]

Ninth annual Castille Camp shows no signs of slowing down

BY: Jake Winfrey [LINK TO ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE] There was no shortage of eager participants at Friday’s Castille Character Camp. For the ninth consecutive year, the annual speed and agility football event rolled out the red carpet for athletes spanning all the way from tiny first-graders looking to take part in the sport to soon-to-be […]

9TH ANNUAL CASTILLE CHARACTER CAMP JUNE 10-11

Photo: Cullman County Schools Superintendent Shane Barnette, Jeremiah Castille and  John Riley, president and CEO of Cullman Savings Bank [LINK TO ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE] CULLMAN – An event that has become a favorite among local youth athletes and parents alike will return to the Cullman area for its ninth consecutive year. The Jeremiah Castille Character […]

2016 Heart of Houston Recipient

Grace Gill 2016 Heart of Houston Recipient   [LINK TO ORIGINAL ARTICLE]   ALEXANDRIA — Former University of Alabama football player Jeremiah Castille came to this community’s high school Wednesday to recognize someone who’s risen above adversity, as he did in his childhood. He found that person in 14-year-old 8th grader Grace Gill. Castille awarded […]

Heart of Houston Recipient

John Oliver “Ollie” Tetloff Heart of Houston Recipient John Oliver “Ollie” Tetloff was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on September 18, 2006, and rarely gave his parents a moment’s rest. He loved running, jumping, chasing and throwing balls, and playing with his toys. When they could get him to settle down, it was to snuggle with his […]

2015 Bags of Hope

Date: October 21, 2015 School: Cornerstone Elementary, Birmingham, AL http://csalabama.org/ Number of Students Receiving Bags of Hope :240 We are grateful to UAB Utilization Review Department and Brian Hardenbergh for partnering with us in providing Bags of Hope to Cornerstone Elementary. School Facts: Kingdom Purpose To empower students to glorify God. History Cornerstone was founded […]

Life Lesson

Monday, June 1, 2015 Cullman Times Loretta Gillespie Former University of Alabama football standout Jeremiah Castille made a lasting impression on a local resident years ago, a meeting that established a foundation for many  area young people to enjoy for years to come. T.J. Franey, special projects coordinator for the Cullman County Board of Education, first met Castille in 2008 when he […]

Austin homecoming: Ole Miss’ D.T. Shackelford returns home to help coach character camp

Gary Cosby Jr./Decatur Daily Former Austin and Ole Miss star D.T. Shackelford works with campers at the Jeremiah Castille Character Camp at Austin High on Friday. Posted: Sunday, June 14, 2015 12:00 am By David Elwell Sports Writer |   If there had been a popularity contest at the Austin High football field Friday morning, […]