Maybe this snow and cold has the family wondering will their feet ever touch soft turf, will they ever smell fresh cut grass. The time is coming! Soon.
Have you started thinking about what your kids will do this summer to energize them, to teach them something new, realize a new passion.
The Royal Canadian Legion Athletic Camp is set for its 57th year July 15th to August 11th. The camp includes: Track and Field, Judo, Basketball, Gymnastics, Volleyball, Soccer, Adv. Track and Multi Sport. The registration is available now and with the history of the Legion and its athletic programming, it won’t take long to fill up.
Here’s some contact information: legionathleticcamp.com or 204-305-0991 – you can also check Facebook at Legion Athletic Camp 2018 for details.
Not just kids get involved in these camps. It takes an army of volunteers to keep everyone organized and on task. Those interested in helping should check to see what commitment is required over the five week period. Take a look at the programs that interest you or where your sport expertise can best be put into effect, there might just be a volunteer position for you. A list of positions that are required include: Dorm Deans, Task Force, Office Administration and Food Service. Volunteers submit firstname.lastname@example.org
There are lots of different options for the kids as far as camp goes, but give this one a look.
Below is the break out of the camps offered and the dates.
July 15th to 21st – Track, Gymnastics and Advanced Track
July 22 – 28 – Volleyball, Basketball and Team Basketball (new Camp)
July 29-Aug 4 – Volleyball, Soccer, Judo and Basketball
Aug – 11th – Volleyball, Multisport, Basketball
Registration is $545 for all camps and include coaching instruction, accommodation, meals and a Legion Athletic Camp t-shirt. http://www.legionathleticcamp.com/article/athletes-information-526.asp
While the camp is at the International Peace Garden in Manitoba, youth in Saskatchewan’s southeast corner might find this a great opportunity.