"soccer balls and monetary donations are still needed"
"We're both soccer players, so we knew this would be something we were both interested in," Katinas said. "We decided to make it as a community service project because we get to work with children with special needs and they don't have many opportunities like this."
The camp, which is part of the Franklin Soccer School, will be held at Carpe Diem Field in Franklin from Aug. 3 to 6 from 5 to 6 p.m. for children ages 6 to 14.
For more information on the Summer Challenger Soccer Camp, visit Franklinsoccerschool.com/capstone.html or e-mail Frongillo and Katinas at Info@franklinsoccerschool.com.