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  • Sat., Jul. 26, 2014 9:20 AM - 11:30 AM PDT Training Camp Practice Training camp practice is open to the public. Gates to Chargers Park will open one hour before the start of each practice session. 
  • Sun., Jul. 27, 2014 2:50 PM - 5:00 PM PDT Training Camp Practice Training camp practice is open to the public. Gates to Chargers Park will open one hour before the start of each practice session.
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  • Sat., Aug. 02, 2014 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PDT 2014 Chargers FanFest It will be a special day for Chargers fans of all ages and, best of all, it’s free. The parking lot will open at 9:00 a.m. and the stadium gates will open at 10 a.m
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  • Thu., Aug. 07, 2014 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM PDT Countdown to Kickoff

    The official San Diego Chargers pre-game show.

  • Thu., Aug. 07, 2014 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM PDT Cowboys @ Chargers The Chargers open preseason play at home against the Dallas Cowboys.
  • Thu., Aug. 07, 2014 10:00 PM - 11:30 PM PDT Post-Game Show

    The official San Diego Chargers post-game show with exclusive interviews with Mike McCoy, Chargers players, phone calls and comments breaking down the game.

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Dick Lewis
Director of Player Outreach

Bio

Lewis was named director of player outreach in 2012 after spending 26 years as director of security.       

His began a weekly tradition of taking players and coaches to serve meals to the homeless and expanded the program by incorporating teens and young adults currently receiving drug rehabilitation treatment at the McAllister Institute. He also takes players to visit hospitals and police dispatch centers, and he helps them become mentors to troubled teens. In 2010, the Salvation Army honored Lewis with its Partners in Mission Award for his dedication to helping the homeless.             

Lewis joined the Chargers full-time in 1989 upon retirement from the San Diego Police Department as a patrol officer. He was a member of the department’s school task force and an assistant to the Chief of Police for community relations. Highly regarded for his work in keeping a lid on racial tension and gang activities during the ’70s and ’80s, Lewis was honored by the San Diego Police Museum in February 2010 during Black History Month.       

From 1955-68, Lewis was a hospital corpsman in the U.S. Navy serving with the Marines. He performed two 13-month tours in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War, earning numerous accolades, including a Purple Heart, a Vietnam Service Medal, and three National Defense & Good Conduct Awards.  

Born in Bay City, Texas, Lewis attended Hilliard High School. He earned bachelor’s and doctorate degrees in law from Cabrillo Pacific University.           

He is the lead vocalist in “Time Out,” an R&B band featuring members of the team’s security staff.          

Lewis resides in Ramona with his daughter, Roshaun and grandson, Jeremy.

Lewis was named director of player outreach in 2012 after spending 26 years as director of security.       

His began a weekly tradition of taking players and coaches to serve meals to the homeless and expanded the program by incorporating teens and young adults currently receiving drug rehabilitation treatment at the McAllister Institute. He also takes players to visit hospitals and police dispatch centers, and he helps them become mentors to troubled teens. In 2010, the Salvation Army honored Lewis with its Partners in Mission Award for his dedication to helping the homeless.             

Lewis joined the Chargers full-time in 1989 upon retirement from the San Diego Police Department as a patrol officer. He was a member of the department’s school task force and an assistant to the Chief of Police for community relations. Highly regarded for his work in keeping a lid on racial tension and gang activities during the ’70s and ’80s, Lewis was honored by the San Diego Police Museum in February 2010 during Black History Month.       

From 1955-68, Lewis was a hospital corpsman in the U.S. Navy serving with the Marines. He performed two 13-month tours in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War, earning numerous accolades, including a Purple Heart, a Vietnam Service Medal, and three National Defense & Good Conduct Awards.  

Born in Bay City, Texas, Lewis attended Hilliard High School. He earned bachelor’s and doctorate degrees in law from Cabrillo Pacific University.           

He is the lead vocalist in “Time Out,” an R&B band featuring members of the team’s security staff.          

Lewis resides in Ramona with his daughter, Roshaun and grandson, Jeremy.

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