Manning Passing Academy Brings Football Parents to The Dansereau House
The Manning Passing Academy begins next week on the campus of Nicholls State University, where over 1,000 young high-schoolers will be gathered to learn more about throwing a football. Thibodaux is gearing up, and we are no exception. Parents quickly found out that, while their sons are being worked to exhaustion under the harsh Louisiana sun, they could be resting and relaxing in the cool beauty of The Dansereau House.
We enjoy our camp-related guests, mostly because they stay long enough for us to get to know them and develop friendships. Many make their reservations for the next year before they leave. The breakfast-table conversations are always lively, and it’s nice to hear parents speak so proudly of their children.
This will be the 17th year of the academy, and the seventh at Nicholls State. The camp is owned and operated by the first family of football: Archie, Cooper, Peyton and Eli Manning, according to their website, and is always an integral part of their lives. ” The Mannings are always the first to arrive, and the last to leave. They eat and sleep on-campus along with the rest of the campers and staff.”
The Dansereau House still has availability during the camp, but call quickly for reservations!