Sports camp for kids

A three-day volleyball camp was held at Clearwater Secondary School recently

Skye Buck (l) coaches Ashleah Christian on the finer points of serving a volleyball during a three-day camp held at Clearwater Secondary School.

Skye Buck (l) coaches Ashleah Christian on the finer points of serving a volleyball during a three-day camp held at Clearwater Secondary School recently. Sessions were held in the morning for youngsters in Grades 4 – 7 while those in Grades 8 – 12 attended in the afternoons. Other District of Clearwater programs included a Variety Sports Camp at Rotary Park from Aug. 20 – 24 and Family Canoe Lessons on Dutch Lake on Aug. 21 – 28.

 

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