Bonner Springs, Providence YMCAs offer abundance of summer activities
The Bonner Springs and Providence YMCA facilities currently are accepting registrations for the following programs: Chiefs Cheerleading, flag football camp, tennis lessons and the Pop Flys youth baseball camp.
The Chiefs Cheerleading program takes place Saturday mornings beginning June 20, and interested participants ages 3-17 can practice with the Chiefs Cheerleaders. The program includes uniforms, pom pons, cheer and dance instructions, parties and pictures. Registration closes June 19.
The flag football camp will take place from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. June 15-18 at the Bonner Springs High School football field. It is open to youths age 5-10, and is designed to focus on skill development, offensive and defensive fundamentals, sportsmanship and having fun. Registration closes Sunday, June 14.
Tennis lessons are for all interested participants age 5 and older. Each participant will receive four one-hour lessons with an instructor. Lessons are scheduled at the participant’s convenience and there are three sessions to choose from.
Pop Flys is a program designed for kids ages 3-4 that helps them understand the basic fundamentals of baseball. Participants will meet at 6 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays during the three-week program. Registration ends July 1.
The programs are being offered by both YMCAs. For additional information on the programs at the Bonner Springs Family YMCA, call (913) 422-9348 or go to www.kansascityymca.org. To contact the Providence YMCA, call (913) 378-9622.
FALL LEAGUE SIGN-UPS
The Bonner Springs Family YMCA is now accepting registrations for youth fall soccer and flag football programs.
Participants will play in seven-game seasons, with games being played on Saturday mornings at the Bonner Springs High School football stadium. Registration may be done at the YMCA, 410 B. North Bluegrass.
Practices will begin in September, with games beginning in late September.
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