Saturdays, September 6–October 11 • 8:00–9:00 a.m.
Apache Middle School Gymnasium
Show your little ones (boys and girls ages three to five) how much fun sports can be! Participants will not only develop essential motor skills, but will learn how to interact with other children and play on a team. Featured sports include: basketball, soccer, baseball and softball. Be sure to bring bottled water, a cap, and sunscreen. Cost is $50 per child. Register your child at the Oscar Yrun Community Center or The Cove. A birth certificate is required at the time of registration. For more information call 439-2302.
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