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Cary, NC — As if things couldn’t get any better at the Cary Y, Youth Basketball prices have been rolled back more than 33% this season. Registration is open now through September 20.
Youth Basketball: Game On
Youth sports build character, strength, agility, teamwork and confidence. The Cary Y runs an incredible number of programs for children of all ages and needs. It’s a wholesome and professionally run atmosphere for kids.
But youth sports shouldn’t be the privilege of the fortunate few. In that spirit, The Cary Y has rolled back the cost of you basketball by more than 33% for members and non-members. There’s even financial assistance for the most needy.
From the Cary Y:
Age, grade and skill level determine team assignments. Volunteers coach our teams, and all kids play. All YMCA sports leagues emphasize teamwork and fair play.
Registration is open for the Fall 2013 season. Register by September 20, 2013.
Youth Basketball in Action
Here’s a fun video from the Y that shows the diversity and range of the program in one minute.
Cary Y Youth Basketball
- Grades 7-8 (Boys)
- Grades 5-6 (Boys)
- Grades 3-4 (Boys)
- Grades 5-8 (Girls)
- Grades 3-4 (Girls)
- Grades 1-2 (Coed)
- Kindergarten Development
- Pre-K Development (Ages 3-4)
- Starts Sept. 23, 2013
- $69 (Was $92) (Member)
- $80 (Was $107) (Participant)
Financial assistance is available.
To register, you have to go to the Cary Y at 101 YMCA Drive. No online registration is available.
Registration ends Sept. 20, 2013. For more information, visit http://www.ymcatriangle.org/programs-services/sports/youth-basketball/cary-family-ymca.
Picture from Cary YMCA.
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