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Ace High Performance camp will make summer fun

Published:Friday | June 12, 2015 | 6:00 AM
Sergeant Tomie Lee Chambers, with responsibility for community safety and security at the Elletson Road Police Station, is surrounded by children during ‘sing-a-long’ at a summer camp hosted by the station.

More than tennis will be served up at the Ace High Performance Tennis Academy Summer Sports Camp this summer.

Participants will also hone their skills in football and basketball at the day sports camp, which is geared towards children ages three to 13. There will be clinics in all three activities for children to enjoy between June 29 and August 16, from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily. The activities take place at the Scotialink Sports Club at 127 Old Hope Road in Liguanea (behind Scotiabank's Liguanea branch).

In addition to the sporting clinics, children will also be able to stay active through music and dancing.

The mind also gets some exercise with Origami lessons, and participants can also learn or improve their skills in the Spanish and Japanese languages. The summer camp will also offer personal-development workshops and activities each day.

The sports club is sufficiently equipped to satisfy the demands of the camp. There are two tennis courts, a mini football field, a mini basketball court, as well as full-size netball and badminton courts.

A clubhouse with tuck shop, monitored restrooms and sickbay, plus 24-hour security detail mean parents can put their minds at ease while their young ones are having fun. Weekly registration is $8,500, with catered lunches available for $500.

For more information, interested parents are being urged to call Ace at 384-5530 or 450-7502 to register any time between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m., any day of the week, or visit the camp's Facebook page (facebook.com/acehptennisacademy). Persons can also email the sporting academy at acehptennis@gmail.com.