Sports Scene: July 26, 2014

By From page A7 | July 28, 2014

Cameron Park CSD

Swim lessons
Registration is still available for the last session swim lesson July 28 to Aug. 7. Lessons are scheduled in two-week sessions that include 25-minute classes that run from Monday through Thursday unless noted otherwise. Private lessons are also available.

Kids Summer Day Camp
Allows the children to participate in a wide variety of activities, highlighted by an exciting field trip each week. Kids summer day camp allows campers the opportunity to meet new friends and experience fun and interactive activities throughout the day. New sessions begin each Monday, space is limited and spots are filling up fast. Dates are July 28 to Aug. 1. Mascots and more represent the spirit of your favorite team or mascot. There will be a field trip to River Cats game. Cost is $160 per session.

Soccer Camp
The UK International Soccer Camp kicks into full-effect July 28 to Aug. 1 from 9am to noon. This camp offers participants a unique opportunity to learn and participate in the world’s most popular sport. Instructors for this awesome camp come to us primarily from Great Britain and are able to offer unique insights and skills in a safe and fun environment.

SkyHawk Volleyball
Fundamental skills of volleyball are taught through game-speed drills and daily scrimmages that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginning and intermediate player. All participants receive a T-shirt, volleyball and player evaluation. The program goes from July 28 to Aug. 1, 9 a.m. to noon.

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