Summer hoops camp starts June 30

Basketball players going into Grades 4 through 7 are eligible

Attention all boys and girls basketball enthusiasts: the Comox Valley Summer Basketball Camp is set to go June 30 to July 4.

All basketball players going into Grades 4 through 7 have a basketball camp opportunity at Lake Trail Middle School starting Monday, June 30, and boys and girls going into Grade 8 through 12 have a similar opportunity at G.P. Vanier – boys in the mornings and girls in the afternoon.

Now in its 25th year, the camp is organized and coached by  Larry Street and Blake Tobacca, and they will be joined by Mainland super coach Don Herman of Maple Ridge.

Lots of fun, lots of contests, and lots to be learned.  For more information, e-mail larrystreetcar@gmail.com or phone 250-703-3646. Forms can also be picked up at the community centres.

– Comox Valley Summer Basketball Camp

 

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