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SOURCE Valley Sports Center

Basketball Camp July 14th-18th

CANTON, Conn., July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Valley Sports Center of Canton, CT announced today the world famous Harlem Wizards will be hosting a special basketball camp for boys and girls ages 7-13. The camp will be held July 14- 18. Founded in 1962, the Harlem Wizards have travelled the globe teaching kids the game of basketball and making the game fun. The camp will provide structured basketball games and feature skills development in the areas of shooting, dribbling, passing, rebounding and defending. "This summer we will be bringing in premier baseball, basketball and volleyball coaches and instructors to help young athletes build skills and motivate them to be their best," said Mark Lange, President, Valley Sports Center.

Call 860-693-2378 or sign up at www.valleysportscenter.com

About Valley Sports Center

Valley Sports Center is a state-of-the-art 28,000 square foot indoor sports complex serving athletes of all ages and abilities. With the largest gymnasium in the Farmington Valley, we feature basketball and volleyball courts; baseball/softball cages and instructional skill development for all sports. A variety of leagues, clinics, after school and vacation camps serve both the recreational and serious athlete. Valley Sports Center is also home to Velocity Sports Performance, a specialized training program to increase strength, endurance, and flexibility skills for maximum sport performance. 

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