The event is from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center, 24932 Veterans Way. Geared toward parents and youth, the event will focus on character building and leadership.
While his accomplishments include an impressive 11-2 (wins-losses) record, Munoz’ commitment to working with youth to reach their goals is most impressive. He promotes a drug-free campaign with his five “Drug Free D’s” to Success: Desire, Direction, Diligence, Discipline and Dedication. Munoz coaches with the same determination as he competes, with desire and determination to make a difference in the lives of youth. He was a featured speaker at the Character Combine 2011, an all-inclusive coaching event that focused on increased character development on and off the field.
Munoz, who lives in Mission Viejo with his wife and four kids, recognizes the impact that positive role models and after-school activities can have in a child’s life.
“During my youth, I was fortunate to have great influences – family, friends, coaches, and my church,” he said. “Now that I am an adult and have four children myself, I want to be a positive influence in the lives of youth and student athletes.”
Admission to the event is free. To make a reservation and for more information, call Police Services at 949-470-8433.