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Macleod volleyball camp offers high level coaching

There is still opportunity for young volleyball players to get high level instruction this month in Fort Macleod.
The Fort Macleod Volleyball Club is still accepting registration for a skills and developmental volleyball camp for players entering Grade 9-12 next fall.
“I would encourage any parents that have kids that are not sure if they want to go or not to get their kids signed up because it will help everyone in the long run,” volleyball club president Mike Bourassa said.
If the camp attracts its limit of 40 players, the volleyball club will donate about $3,600 to the F.P. Walshe school sports council
The money is to be divided among junior and senior high sports teams.
“Last year there were nine teams in junior and senior high so that’s $400 for each team which is a very significant per student amount not coming out of the parents pocket in the fall,” Bourassa said.
Former Lethbridge college Kodiaks player Brittany Noble will run the camp.
Two to three members of the Lethbridge College Kodiaks volleyball teams will assist at the camp.
The camp runs from 6-9 p.m. July 8-11 at F.P. Walshe school.
Players will be grouped by physical maturity as well as position to ensure they get instruction targeted to their skill set.
The $125 registration fee includes a T-shirt at the start and a pizza supper on the final night.
To register call Mike Bourassa at 403-330-3546 by Thursday, July 4.

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