Marygrove Volleyball to Hold Two-Day Community Camp

Marygrove volleyball head coach Jamie Baker, in conjunction with JazzyKat, Inc., announced an upcoming two-day volleyball camp, open to the public, to be held April 6-7 inside Detroit’s Northwest Activities Center. The two-day community volleyball camp will begin each day at 8:30 a.m. and run until 3:30 p.m. and is open to students in grades 6-12.

Baker will lead the camp alongside current Marygrove volleyball players as the Mustangs team up with the community for two days of volleyball learning and fun. The cost of the camp is $35, pre-registration and advance payment is suggested as space is limited. Download the registration form or call 313-586-1120 to securing a spot in the upcoming event.

YOUR REGISTRATION – THE EASY WAY
Follow the secure PayPal link on JazzyKat.net to speed up your registration process!

WHAT TO BRING
It is suggested campers bring kneepads, gym shoes, gym shorts, a t-shirt, a lock for their locker and a lunch.

WHERE IS NORTHWEST ACTIVITIES CENTER?
Northwest Activities Center is located on the corner of Curtis and Meyers in northwest Detroit at 11800 Meyers Rd., Detroit 48325.

WHAT IS JAZZYKAT, INC.?
JazzyKat, Inc. is a member of Northwest Community Programs that offers a nontraditional approach to healthy living for children. With a focus on creating healthy lifestyles, JazzyKat’s programs and services intersect creativity and innovation with science. JazzyKat’s programs in fitness, nutrition education, and health & wellness promotion have a goal of empowering children to take ownership of their own good health.

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