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Future Stars Basketball Camp Shelton Ct OR

Future Stars Basketball Camp Shelton Ct OR

Future Stars Basketball Camp Shelton Ct

☆ Future Stars Basketball Camp® is a basketball jump-starting event for young children. We will help them develop their skills and understanding of the game of basketball while encouraging and motivating them to continue the carefree days of their childhood.

Camp

Centrally located just 5 minutes outside of Southampton Village, FSSH is a one-stop shop for summer activities in the Hamptons. From June – September, we host 14+ camp programs: Art, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Chess, Explorer, Flag Football, Golf, Lacrosse, Little Stars, Multi-Sports, Soccer, Tennis, and Tiny Stars. This year, Future Stars Southampton will host Spring Mini-Camps with both Tennis and Multi-Sports offerings from January – May. Our state-of-the-art facilities, professional counselors, and immersive day camp experience are sure to make this season a memorable one!

Summer 2021 programs will run from July 5th to August 20th. We offer flexible weekly scheduling, and each camp week runs Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm. Early drop-off and late pick-up options are also available for an additional $50 p/week, p/option (8am drop-off & up-to 5:30pm pick-up). Lunch is available for an additional $50 p/week or you can send campers with a packed lunch. Sibling discounts of $25 p/week are added for each sibling after the first child. Team or Group discounts are also available. Please call or email our camp office with any tuition questions. (Source: www.fscamps.com)

Sport

This summer, Future Stars will offer a multi-sport camp at the SportsCenter of Connecticut in Shelton, as well as basketball, cheerleading and football camps at Notre Dame High School, and a basketball camp at InSports of Trumbull. Future Stars will also run programs in coordination with parks and recreation departments in Madison, Monroe and Darien.

“I was a lawyer for 20 years and worked on some big cases,” said Olayos, who returned to athletics full-time when he became the athletic director at St. Joseph in the early 2000s. “But being a lawyer was a job; it wasn’t my passion. I would talk about that for five minutes at most, but I would talk about sports and coaching and life lessons for hours. (Source: www.trumbulltimes.com)

 

 

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