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Girls Basketball Day Camp

July  14, 2014  - July  17, 2014  8:30 AM  - 4:30 PMThe Levine Center for Wellness & Recreation

Registration Information

Cost: $225.00 Per Camper

Includes: T-shirt, Camp Picture, Lunch in the Dining Hall, Individual Awards  

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Contact Information

Coach Megan Duran
Email:
duranm@queens.edu

Event Details

Ages: 8-18 (3rd - 12th Grades)

Dates/Times:
Sunday July 13 is check-in 3-5PM
Monday July 14- Thursday July 17
(Report time at 8:30AM with camp starting at 9:00AM, Camp will end at 4:00PM and pick up will be by 4:30PM)

Our individual camp is designed to develop young girls in the basic fundamental skills required for the game of basketball. Individual instruction and 5 on 5 games in the Morning and Afternoons. Individual competitions.

Please fill out and turn in the following form:

QUEENS ATHLETIC SUMMER CAMPS RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT

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