This summer we have the privilege of having F&M/T3 Academy put on a soccer camp, EXCLUSIVELY, for GSYSC! This soccer camp will be held the week of July 20-23, Monday-Thursday evenings from 5:30-8pm, at the B&C fields at CNH. This camp is open to players in 1st through 6th grades.
Some of you were able to take part in the F&M mini camp a few weeks back, and experience working with Dan Wagner, the director of T3 and F&M Men's Soccer head coach. He will be directing the camp this summer.
You can go to http://www.t3soccer.com/camps-t3-offer/fandnmyouthacademy/ to register for camp. If you register before July 1, you will receive a $35 dollar discount, $15 from T3 for registering early, and $20 by using the code GSYSCSpartans. After July 1 the discount is reduced to $20 using the same code. This code will only be active for the first 50 players that register for camp. After that you will be charged full price. Every player that comes to camp will receive an adidas soccer ball and T3 youth academy shirt.
Don't miss out on this great soccer camp, exclusively for our players, this summer!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Garden Spot Girls Soccer Program is putting on a girls camp June 8-11 from 6-8pm.
What a great opportunity to attend a local camp and have some of Garden Spot's own coaches and players as your instructors!
Please find the attached document, for you to print out and send in with your registration.
Join the 2nd Annual Garden Spot Shootout on June 13th at Garden Spot High School, a 3 v 3 Live Soccer Tournament.
Sign up for a tournament right in our own backyard and support local soccer programs.
This tournament is sponsored by Garden Spot Girls Soccer Booster Club. Email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GSYSC continues to THANK CNH for generously allowing us to utilize their fields for our program. Please continue to keep the grounds clean as you are watching your children play soccer.
GSYSC thanks New Holland American Legion Post #662 for their support over the seasons. Without assistance by community members like them, we would not be successful. THANK YOU!