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June 5, 2014

Soccer Camp

KINGSTON —Sanborn Youth Soccer announces its 16th annual sponsorship of Soccer Day Camp, July 14-18 at Sanborn Regional High School in Kingston. Boys and girls of all skill levels from Kingston, Newton and surrounding towns may register.

Ages 4-5 may register for the 9:00-10:30 a.m. session for a fee of $50.00. The session for ages 6-12 is from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. for $100.00. A soccer ball and shirt are included with the registration fee. If you register by June 15, you will receive an early registration discount of ten-percent per player and entry into a raffle for a free campership.

Camp coaches are with Youth Elite Soccer Camps (Y.E.S.) and come from the United Kingdom. All coaches are trained to work with kids at their developmental levels and combine fun with skill training to engage and excite the campers about soccer. Anyone interested in hosting a coach from the United Kingdom in their home for the week of camp will receive a $50.00 stipend. You do not need to have a child in camp to host.

Visit the website at www.SanbornYouthSoccer.org to register online or download a registration form. Mail-in forms are available at Kingston and Newton Town Halls and Daigneault’s Sports in Kingston. For more information about registration or hosting a coach, email c.gannon@comcast.net, or call Cheryl at 603-642-3365.

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