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  1. British Soccer Camp w/ Challenger Sports (Ages 6 - 16)

    July 19, 2017, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Fairview Park Rotary Pavilion

    Over the past 20 years, Challenger's vast army of British coaches have helped hundreds of thousands of boys and girls learn, improve, master, and fall in love with the sport of soccer. The British Soccer Camp program contains innovative practices, coached games, camp world cup, cultural education, character building and fun! Price includes camp T-shirt, soccer ball, player evaluation form, international soccer poster and online coaching resources.

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  2. HappyFeet Soccer Camp (Ages 3 - 6)

    July 19, 2017, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Boys Home Park

    HappyFeet is a preschool fitness program that uses songs, stories, nursery rhymes and games to introduce soccer to students as young as 2 years old. By using their imaginations, children get the chance to take their soccer ball, Bob the Bobcat, on adventures to the zoo, the movies or even an enchanted castle! Yes, the kids have an opportunity to kick, pass and shoot the ball into a goal. We provide everything for the child; they just need themselves and shoes.

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  3. Registration begins for Off-Leash Dog Zone

    July 19, 2017, 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM @ South Fayette Township Building

    All dog owners/handlers wishing to walk their dogs off-leash in the dog zone at Fairview Park must appear IN PERSON to apply for a photo ID permit. Find details and application on the township website.

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  4. Superhero Training Camp w/ Jump Bunch (Ages 3 - 5)

    July 19, 2017, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Fairview Park Entrance Pavilion

    This Jump Bunch camp is all about training to be your favorite superhero! Being a superhero means having strength, agility, balance and speed. We focus on learning special superhero training skills through fun games and activities such as “jumping over hot lava,” “dodging fireballs,” “light saber training,” “scooter flying,” “hammer throwing,” “ghostbuster tag” and more. Being a superhero also means having compassion for society, a kind heart and willingness to do good and help others. These are qualities we discuss and talk about with our campers, while using real-life situations kids might face, such as bullying, as examples. Campers are encouraged to be a superhero in everyday life based on a different superhero theme each day. From the music to the activities and equipment, every aspect of Jump Bunch has been carefully researched and developed to be both fun and beneficial to the development of young minds and bodies.

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