Michael Koenen and Jake Locker’s Friday Night Lights

Michael Koenen and Jake Locker’s Friday Night Lights

Whatcom County love’s football…and what better way to celebrate our community than with a friendly little flag game…the county’s high school all-stars versus NFL stars. That’s right…Whatcom County’s own Michael Koenen, punter and kicker from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Jake Locker, Tennesse Titans Quarterback team up along with a few of their pro football friends for the inaugural Friday Night Lights Flag Football Game.

You can also help your neighbor’s in need…bring the entire family and two cans of food per person to the Friday Night Light’s Flag Football Game at Michael and Jake’s Alma Mater Ferndale High School Friday June 28th kicking off at 7:00pm. Admission is 3 dollars and the proceeds go to benefit local food banks.

You can hear the flag football game on AM 790 KGMI & www.kgmi.com beginning at 6:35pm!

Jake Locker joins us in the KPUG studio

Check out our pictures from the 2012 Koenen and Locker Football Camp here!

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