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Summer Camps for All returning U14 Competitive and U12 (TF) players born in 2001 or younger
Submitted By Calin Dragoiescu on Thu 06 19, 14
Hello Team Inferno Families,

We have some late breaking news about 2 summer camps being hosted this summer by Coach Glen Keelan and KW Inferno Club!
These are NOT city-run programs and are open to our members only!
All returning U14 competitive and U12 (TF) players born in 2001 or younger may participate!, (all kids who will be enrolled in the U14/U12 programs next year).

Details as follows;

Location: Harry Class Pool
Number of Participants: approx. 12 - 15
Cost: $90/week
Time: 9:00am - 11:00am
  • July 21st - 25th
  • August 25th - 29th

These camps will have a large focus on fitness, endurance, skills and scrimmages. These programs are administered by our club and if you have any questions please direct them to myself.

There are limited spaces each week - so please be sure to get your responses in quickly to reserve a spot. Email me with your requests and I will confirm accordingly. Cheques will be made payable to KW Water Polo - and I will provide more details on how to submit your payments once all the participants are confirmed.

Look forward to seeing everyone at the pool,

Tanya Ciciretto

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