Put some bounce in your step!

Sooke Youth Council is teaming up with the EMCS Basketball Program to put on the Trevor Purdy 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament.

  • Jul. 10, 2013 10:00 a.m.

The youth who are organizing all the events this summer

The Sooke Youth Council is teaming up with the EMCS Basketball Program to put on the Trevor Purdy Three-on-Three Basketball Tournament this year. In it’s 13th year, the tournament is sponsored by SOGO Active (BCRPA) to provide young people with opportunities to be physically active. As part of the grant, there will be a basketball camp from July 22-26 at EMCS from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.. The camp will be a place for people ages 13 and up to practice and share their skills in preparation for the tournament. Get to know the tournament organizers and practice with your team, or pair up with others who are looking for a team. For more information on the Camp, contact Chris Shankar or Cole Thoring at  (250) 642-6371 or info@sookeyouth.ca. To register your team for the Tournament, contact Trevor Bligh at 250-882-5279.

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