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Quincy Park District teams with QU Athletics for Future Hawk Sports Camp

9 months, 1 week ago by Bob Gough

Camp starts January 28

 

 

The Quincy Park District is partnering with the Quincy University Athletic Department for the Future Hawk Sports Camp starting on Tuesday, January 28. 

The Camp runs 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday nights from January 28 to February 25 at the QU Health and Fitness Center. 

Future Hawk Sports Camp is designed for boys and girls, ages 6 to 11, hoping to improve their athletic ability and have some fun.  For $25 per child, Quincy University athletes will teach the fundamentals of your child’s favorite sports:  baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball and volleyball. 

Each week, a different sport will be the focus of the lesson and games from some of the area’s best athletes.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity for your child to learn the skills to improve their game! 

To register for this program, please visit www.quincyparkdistrict.com or call the District office at 217-223-7703. 

For more information on the Future Hawk Sports Camp, please contact Mark Callaway at 217-223-7703.


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