The Las Vegas Raiders welcome local community organizations to see the Silver and Black during training camp.
A tradition that has welcomed youth, military, first responders and community groups was first established at boot camp in Napa, California. in 1996.
And now, for the second year in a row at their new Las Vegas home, the Raiders will be able to continue the tradition of welcoming local guests to see the team practice ahead of the regular season.
On Monday, the Raiders invite more than 1,300 guests from select Las Vegas community organizations to the team’s training facility, the Intermountain Healthcare Performance Center in Henderson, and watch the Raiders practice during training camp.
Although the team is currently focused on football operations and their play later this week, the Raiders continue to find a way to get involved in their community.
Monday’s guests will include local community organizations, first responders and Southern Nevada high schools.
The list below includes all attendees of Monday’s event:
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- Las Vegas North Police Department
- Nevada State Police
- Henderson Police Department
- Metropolitan Police Department of Las Vegas founded
- Clark County Fire Department
- YMCA of Southern Nevada
- Spring Mountain Youth Camp
- Village of Opportunities
- Three Square Food Bank
- Nevada Special Olympics
- Communities in Southern Nevada Schools
- Nevada Partners
- Girls Flag:
- Shadow Ridge High School Girls Flag
- Clark High School Girl Flag
- Desert Oasis High School Girl Flag
- High School Girls Basic Flag
- Boys tackle:
- Cimarron High School
- green valley high school
- Democracy Preparatory Academy
- Bishop Gorman High School
- El Dorado High School
- Las Vegas High School
- Canyon Springs High School
- Arbor View High School
- Foothill High School
Last week, the Las Vegas Raiders and USAA hosted more than 100 active-duty local Airmen from Nellis and Creech Air Force Bases at the Raiders Training Camp, where they also saw the team train at the Intermountain Healthcare Performance Center.
After the training session, the military guests traveled to Allegiant Stadium, where they participated in a Service Tribute boot camp.
Service members performed NFL combine-style drills such as the 40-yard dash and QB arm throw drills.
At the end of the camp, a group of lucky Airmen won tickets to the Salute to Service Raiders game in November.
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