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EHS to Host Boys' Soccer Clinic

Deadline to register is Thurs., Sept. 15.

If a budding young athlete in your life gets a kick out of soccer, there are a couple of dates you need to put on your calendar.

Thursday, Sept. 15 is the deadline to register for the .

The clinic will be held rain or shine on Wed., Oct. 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. on the EHS Memorial Field.

The cost of the clinic is $25 per player and that includes a 2011 soccer clinic t-shirt for those who register by Sept. 15.

Conducted by EHS coaches and players, the program is designed for U8 through U14 boys soccer players and will consist of drills and exercises to improve soccer skills and speed of play.

The clinic is a major , the EHS boys' soccer team booster club. This year the GHSA run the Hornet Hut (snack stand) to feed those parents and siblings who stay during the clinic.

GHSA clinic coordinator Donna Brown says the GHSA also expects to have limited quantities of team soccer apparel and booster club items available for purchase that night too.

Brown points out that the GHSA is adding a community service component to the clinic. “This year,” Brown said in an email message to Emmaus Patch, “we are asking all participants to bring their used or new soccer cleats, shin guards, balls etc., to our clinic for collection to help the young boys in our club in the spring. Any excess items will be donated to a local needy soccer organization.”

DB September 14, 2011 at 11:42 PM
Some are worried that it is to late to register. No, we can still take your son but, we need the registration ASAP. If you haven't sent in your registration yet, get it in the mail by Saturday please. Email me that you plan on sending it to me along with the check. I can get more information from you then if needed. If you NEED a registration form, email me and I will send one to you. Thanks! email address is: dbrownfamily4@yahoo.com GO HORNETS!

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