Soccer update #4, News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Mar 10, 2023 | PEMAA | 224 views
Soccer update #4
Soccer Update #4: Spots are filling up fast now. Payment required to secure your spot!

If you have received the auto generated message via email,  and you have paid your registration fee, your player will be rostered.

If you have received the auto generated message via email,  and you have NOT PAID your registration fee, then your spot is not guaranteed (don't let your player lose out playing this year).

 

Open registration spots remaining as of March 23, 2023:

 

U6 =3

U8 = Full (but not all people have paid) so we are still accepting registrations

U10 = Full (but not all people have paid) so we are still accepting registrations

U14 = 23

 (registration fee is $125.00)

 
Additionally we still need soccer coaches (U8 to U14). We cannot run our soccer program with the number of Coaches we have at this time. No experience necessary, we do our best to pair Coaches with someone who balances their experience/skill.  Valid Police check required…high school students wishing to earn community involvement hours welcome, they will be paired with an adult …please consider Coaching!

Coaching spots still needed:

U6 = Full

U8 = 5

U10 = 1

U14 = 6

 

If interested in coaching, please reach out to: [email protected]

 
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