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Huntsville Flight to hold summer basketball camp

By Staff
The Huntsville Flight will hold a camp designed to help youngsters improve on their basketball fundamentals June 23-26 at the Optimist Recreation Center at 703 Oakwood Ave. in Huntsville.
The Flight coaches headline a solid group of instructors that will allow kids 7-15 the opportunity to focus on fundamentals, sportsmanship, teamwork, discipline and work ethic. In addition, each child will be placed in groups according to their age, size and ability.
Cost of the camp is $60 and includes a Flight Camp T-shirt, a game ticket to the team's 2003-04 home opener and complimentary admission to the Cosmo Kids Club. The price is $55 for two or more children from the same family. Registration deadline is June 16.
For more information call the Flight office at 256-429-1000 or visit the team's official website at www.huntsvilleflight.com.

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