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Summer basketball camps in Rocklin



ROCKLIN, Calif., - William Jessup University's men's basketball program will offer  summer basketball camps for kids ages 8-18 during the summer.

From July 9-12, Jessup will host a Nike Basketball Overnight Camp, breakfast, lunch and dinner is included in the $410 cost. Day campers who will not spend the night can attend for $310. The Junior Skills Development Camp is for kids ages five to nine and will be held July 16-19 and run from 9 am to noon.  Also from July 16-19 is Competition Camp held from 9 am to 4 pm. Kids age 10 -18 can enroll in the camp for $200. All camps are designed to develop fundamental basketball skills and character values for the youth that attend. 

"It is very exciting to be able to provide quality individual instruction to young people and ultimately improve their basketball skills," said Aaron Muhic, Jessup's head basketball coach.

Camps will be held in the Activities building at William Jessup University in Rocklin. To register for the camp, visit www.jessup.edu  or call 577-2362 for more information.

Each camper will receive a camp T-shirt, basketball, official camp certificate, written evaluation, a camp notebook and a workout packet. Team discounts are available. "We run a very fun, instructional, intense basketball camp for young people of all ages and skill levels and are looking forward to some great weeks of camp," Muhic added.

Register by June 15 and receive $20 off camp registration.

WJU Basketball Camps are not affiliated with any school district and are non-profit.





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