The Jones brothers are always finding more ways to help the El Paso community, specifically things that will benefit the kids in the city.

Ace Acosta
Ace Acosta

Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones and his twin brother, Alvin, are set to host their celebrity softball game on June 29th at Southwest University Park. That game will now include big-time star power, as it will be headlined by Dallas Cowboys star Micah Parsons.

But now - in addition to the celebrity softball game on June 29th and the Jones’ brothers football camp at Burges High School on June 30th, there is also a basketball camp!

Much like the football camp, the George Hill Summer Give Back Camp will also be at Burges High School and the spots are sure to fill up quickly.

Registration opens Wednesday, June 21 at 8 a.m. El Paso time.

George Hill will be one of the celebrities involved in the softball game the night before. He was a first-round pick by the San Antonio Spurs in the 2008 NBA Draft. His best statistical seasons came with the Indiana Pacers, which is also once again his current team.

The 37-year-old can probably relate to Aaron Jones, coming from a smaller school in college (IUPUI) before rising to the pros.

Now he’ll share his pro basketball experience and life lessons with the kids in El Paso.

The post does not yet say what time the camp will be in June 30th, but it coincides with the Football Skills Camp that is happening that morning and afternoon.

It is sure to be an action-packed couple of days with all sorts of professional athletes converging on El Paso to put on a show and give back to the kids in the community.

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