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From page A6 | March 28, 2014 |

El Dorado Hills CSD
916-933-6624

Pee Wee Soccer (ages 3-6)
Children are exposed to the fundamentals of soccer in cluding the goalie position. This 4-week camp meets on Thursdays April 10 to May 1 at the Promontory Community Park Girls Softball Field. Parents can pick from 4 p.m. (3 year olds only with parent participation required) or 5 and 6 p.m. for ages 4–6. Fee is $57 and includes tee-shirt/snack and gift card from a sponsoring vendor. Call the registration desk before the April 4 deadline. Once maximum numbers are reached, registration closes so don’t delay.

Pee Wee T-Ball (ages 3-6)
Camp participants learn the fundamentals of baseball and hit off a stationary “T.” This 4-week camp meets on Thursdays from May 15 to June 5 at the Promontory Girls Softball Field. Parents can pick from 4 p.m. (3 year olds only with parent participation required), or 5 or 6 p.m. for ages 4-6. The fee of $57 includes a camp tee-shirt, snack and gift card from a sponsoring vendor. Deadline to register is May 9 or once maximum numbers reached.

U.K. Soccer Camp (ages 4-16)
The focus of this 5-day camp is to build the fundamentals of soccer. Skilled instructors lead participants in fun and challenging drills to help motivate learning, interest and participation. This camp runs from April 14-18 with half day ( 9-noon, $135) or full day (9-3, $175) held at the CSD East Field. Child must be 8 or older to enroll in full day session. Camp registration deadline is April 4.

Youth Dodgeball (ages 7-12)
Catch Dodgeball fever by playing this fast paced and fun indoor game. Teams are formed each night of this 4-week session running May 30 – June 20. Camp starts at 6:30 PM on these Friday evenings and held at the EDHCSD Gym. Registration deadline is May 23. Camp fee is only $49 and includes a camp tee-shirt.

Adult 5×5 Basketball
Teams play 7 games followed by playoffs for the top four teams. Games are played at the CSD Gym on Sunday evenings May 18 – July 20 with a team fee of $410. Deadline to register is May 9.

Adult Open Gym Basketball
Drop in any Monday or Thursday Night at the CSD Gym for only $4 per visit, or purchase punch card for $15 allowing 5 visits. Times are 8:15–10 p.m.

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