Are you looking for free virtual healthy and engaging summer camp opportunity for your youth?
4-H Healthy Habits has partnered with the U.S. Soccer Foundation to offer Soccer for Success!
Soccer for Success is a sports-based youth development program incorporating activities around health, wellness, and soccer!
We are actively enrolling participants for this program from Lake Forest School District Summer Meal Distribution Sites.
What: Soccer for Success curriculum, with 3 lessons released online weekly from our Soccer for Success coach-mentor, and delivered by a national Soccer for Success coach. Youth who register to participate will receive a free soccer ball to engage with these lessons. During this time they will learn basic soccer skills, introducing them to soccer or giving them an opportunity to sharpen their skills!
How: Youth can register here to become eligible for a free Soccer ball to be picked up at your summer meal distribution site! Pick up:
Thursday June 24th between 4:00pm-5:00pm at Lake Forest East Elementary
Youth must commit to participating in at least 6 self-paced sessions. Self-paced sessions will be emailed directly to you on the email address you provide upon registration.
Who: Soccer for Success is an all-level inclusive curriculum for health, wellness, and physical education. Youth ages 6-14 may participate!
When: Pick up soccer ball on June 24th. From June 28th-August 19th 3 Soccer for Success virtual lessons will be released each week. Youth can self-pace their practice weekly, or follow along with videos as they are posted.
Where: Offered virtually at your home. You only need internet connection and a soccer ball!
Don't miss out on this opportunity for your youth to learn health, fitness, and soccer skills this summer 2021!
Hurry spaces will fill quickly! Registration will be capped to 30 youth participants.
Register above by June 15th!
For questions about this program please contact Alyssa Whittaker email@example.com
This program is funded by 4-H Healthy Habits
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. This material was funded by USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - SNAP.
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