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East Rowan Y spring sports registration

The Saleeby-Fisher YMCA, East Rowan branch, is now taking registrations for the following sports:

Girl’s Volleyball — open to all girls, grades 5th – 8th. It’s a great introduction to the sport and teaches the skills and fundamentals needed to do well at the high school level. Registration ends Saturday, Feb. 25.

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Mighty Kickers Spring Soccer — open to all boys and girls, ages 3 & 4. The Mighty Kickers league is a great introduction to the sport and teaches the fundamentals and rules of soccer, along with YMCA values and principles. Registration ends Saturday, March 18.

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Spring Soccer — open to all boys and girls grades K – 8th (Ages 5 – 14). Outdoor league teaches the traditional game of soccer, along with YMCA values and principles. Registration ends Saturday, March 18.

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Flag Football — open to all boys and girls grades Pre-K – 8th (Ages 4 – 14). The YMCA Flag Football League is great for new players because there is no contact. Great for fun and fitness. Registration ends Saturday, March 18.

The programs’ successes rely on its volunteers. Sign up today to become a volunteer coach, assistant coach, or official.

Register at the East Rowan YMCA or online at www.rowanymca.org or for more in more information contact Joe Finney at 704-279-1742 or jfinney@rowanymca.org

 

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