LINC has intramural road hockey

Players aged 10 to 18 can take part in summer program at youth centre

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join The LINC’s Intramural Road Hockey League this summer.

If you are between the ages of 10 and 18 this is a great opportunity to meet new people and stay active. Games will be played on Fridays between 5 and 7:30 p.m.

There will be a $2 drop-in fee or a one-time $10 membership fee that will include a T-shirt and a drink and snack after the game.

Location of games will depend on the weather, but we will meet at The LINC by 4:30 on Fridays then drive to the location. Any other local groups or road hockey teams are encouraged to contact us to set up a game.

We are also looking for young person to fill a coaching/mentoring internship to help run this ViaSPORT and Government of B.C. funded program. To apply go to the City of Courtenay website for more info. For further information  call 250-334-8138.

 

– The LINC

 

 

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