Summer basketball camp held at Hahnville
Campers will be taught, observed and corrected in all phases of basketball.
The campers will be grouped by age, gender and talen level.
Camp activitied include practice stations, 3 on 3, 5 on 5 games, bump, hot shot and other shooting contest.
Each camper will receive an official camp basketball, T-shirt and giveaways during the week.
Fees are: $125 per camper. Sibling discounts are offered. Attendees are urged to bring lunch or lunch money.
This year’s camp instructors are Kevin Robicheaux and Brian Lumar.
Before care and after care rates available.
To register, mail check to 200 Tiger Dr., Boutte, LA 70039.
For more information, call Robicheaux at 504-487-1794 or Lumar at 504-931-8604.
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