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Story and photo by Lindsey Enns
A multi sports camp to help students stay active during the summer is being held for a second year in a row following a successful first year. Conor Doherty, the organizer of the sports camp says that he is doing it again this year because there is nothing like it in Dryden.
“I remember going to sports camps when I was younger and I always had fun.”
But to Doherty it’s not just a sports camp.
“It gives kids something active to do in a day and age where computers and video games take up most of their time.”
The sports camp is being held June 25-29 and July 2-6 and there are 60 spots available per week. Members from the community will come and teach tennis, football, track and field and yoga. You can reserve your spot by contacting Doherty via email at email@example.com.