CALDWELL – WEST CALDWELL SOCCER CLUB SOCCER CLINIC
REGISTRATION FOR 2014 – 2015 SEASON
Dear Caldwell/West Caldwell Families:
The Caldwell-West Caldwell Soccer Club would like to invite you and your child to participate in its Introductory Soccer Clinic to be held Fall 2013 and Spring 2014. This exciting program is designed for children ages Pre-K (eligible to attend Kindergarten, Fall 2015), Kindergarten (Fall 2014), and First Grade (Fall 2014). The goals at this early level are fun, learning, group play and involvement. Parents are encouraged to participate! We need volunteers at certain points in the session to assist our UK Elite coaches and other assistants to make this program successful. Prior soccer experience is not necessary.
The clinic provides an introductory environment designed to involve your children in the most popular sport in the world. Soccer is a great beginning sport for boys and girls. It requires little to no previous skill and offers a perfect energy outlet and fitness vehicle for children. Last year’s clinic hosted over 285 children!
A total of ten sessions will be played on Saturday mornings: five sessions starting Saturday September 27th and five sessions starting in April. Professional trainers will be running the training sessions. There will be a specific time set for each age group.All of the players in each age group will train together for skills and drills.Small scrimmages will be played during these sessions based on the trainers plans. Please note: shirts will be handed out at the first game in the Fall. Shin guards are required equipment.
• Complete the registration online at CWCSOCCER.ORG and click on Registration Button Send a check (made payable to the Caldwell/West Caldwell Soccer Club) as follows: Registration Fee is $100.00 for the entire clinic (both Fall & Spring)
SEND REGISTRATION TO: CWC Soccer Clinic
P.O. Box 1051
West Caldwell, NJ 07006
Please spread the news about the program to your child’s friends. As an affiliate of the New Jersey Youth Soccer Association, we are under specific guidelines for participant registrations and are, therefore, held to a strict filing deadline with the State. Registration will remain open through September 20th, but we cannot guarantee that late registrations will be accepted!
Thank you in advance for your participation. We are looking for volunteers for several associated tasks. We look forward to a successful season and a rewarding experience for both you and your child!
Shavees needed for St Baldricks-Calling on youth clubs
How would you like to take part in the world’s largest fundraising event for childhood cancer research? On behalf of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, I am writing to seek your participation in an event that could save a child’s life.What began as a challenge among friends has grown into the world’s largest fundraising event for childhood cancer.
Every year, thousands of brave men, women, and children give up their hair to raise money for childhood cancer research.I hope that you can join us as a shavee at The Friendly Sons of the Shillelagh Club, West Orange on Sept. 13, 2014.Each shavee collects donations from their friends and family to support the cause.Believe it or not, people will give generously to see you sacrifice your lovely locks.
Because these youngsters typically undergo treatment that causes their hair to fall out, volunteers are recruited to shave their heads in public as a bold act of solidarity.These volunteers receive pledges of financial support from their friends and family.In turn, their generous donations help fund life-saving childhood cancer research.
While battling cancer, children lose not only their hair but years of their childhood, and sometimes their lives.In comparison to their struggle, shaving your head is a small sacrifice, and the funds raised will make a difference for children with cancer now and in the future.
These events have helped the St Baldrick’s Foundation fund more than $120 million in research grants to doctors and scientists at more than 200 institutions to pursue the most promising new cures for childhood cancer, in addition to making clinical trials available to more children than ever.
Since 2006, our local event has raised more than $500,000 ($78,000 last year), helped in large part by the area youth sports teams.The Caldwell Jr Chiefs Football, Verona Eagles Football, West Essex Cowboys Football, Caldwell Soccer Club and Summit Lacrosse and soccer teams have been great supporters over the past few years. This year, we hope to again recruit area youth sports teams to take part in this worthy cause
If you have been touched by a child with cancer you know the urgency for finding a cure. Together we can support this vital research and give our children back their dreams. WE NEED TO SPREAD THE WORD FAR AND WIDE! Please help
To join the fun and learn more about the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, visit our web page at www.stbaldricks.org/events/ShillelaghClub2014, or call or e-mail me directly.If you are unable to be a shavee, please consider volunteering, donating or spreading the word.Thank you for helping us Shave the Way to Conquer Kids’ Cancer!