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QND Wrestling Camp

9 months, 2 weeks ago by Bob Gough

For grades 1 through 8 on Sunday, March 16

5th Annual

QND Wrestling

 Instructional Wrestling Camp

Grades 1-8

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Registration: 11:30-Noon

Camp: Noon – 3 pm

Quincy Notre Dame High School-Wrestling Room

 

This will be a great opportunity for kids interested in wrestling to learn more about the sport and competitions.

 

$30 per camper: Includes:  T-shirt, Instruction, Snack & Drink, as well as, admission/registration to the QND Open Wrestling Tournament on Saturday, March 22nd  ($15 Savings).

 

Equipment needed: shorts, socks, shoes, & T-shirt.

 

Please fill out the registration form below. Checks made payable to QND Wrestling.  If you have any questions, contact Coach Ken Mansell @ 217-473-0717.   

 

T-shirts are included with registration, however, only registrations received by Monday, March 10th, will be guaranteed correct sizes as our order must be placed.  Registrations received after March 10th and up to registrations @ the door will select a size from what’s left available.   To lock in your size, please send your registration in by March 10th.   

 

Send Registrations to: QND High School

                                                                            Attn: Coach Mansell

                                                                          1400 South 11th Street

                                                                          Quincy, IL 62301


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