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Multi-sport camp gets kids in the game

For the first time this summer, PacificSport is offering its multi-sport camps to children four-to-six years old. - Photo submitted
For the first time this summer, PacificSport is offering its multi-sport camps to children four-to-six years old.
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Kids like to play and PacificSport is happy to organize the games.

The provincial sports body hosts XploreSportZ multi-sport camps throughout the year, and its next project will be an Active Star camp for kids four-six years old from Aug. 15-19.

The camp runs from 9 a.m.-noon each day at Fairview Community School.

The sports and games are designed to target a variety of different body movements to teach fundamental skills as part of PacificSport’s long-term athlete development strategy.

Parents are encouraged to participate in some of the activities with their children, but it is not mandatory.

For more information or to register, please click here.

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