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Touchdown! Registration for Fall 2015 Tackle Football & Cheerleading Now Taking Place at Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade

By August 14, 2015 No Comments

Who/What:
Miami area children aged 5 through 15 can “get ready for football season,” thanks to Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade’s tackle football and cheerleading programs. Registration for the fall 2015 season (August – December) is now taking place and will remain open until all teams are filled.

The sports programs at Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade are designed to provide a safe and healthy environment so that children can learn team skills, increase self-esteem, build character, become positive role models, and increase motivation as well as specific skills related to the sport. With training provided by volunteer coaches, sport programs are available during the afternoon to the early hours of the night, and are offered Monday through Friday. This is the time of day when children, especially teens, are more likely to engage in harmful activities.

When:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade’s Gwen Cherry, Northwest, and Kendall Clubs are now holding registration for the tackle football and cheerleading season starting in August. Register Monday–Friday from 2–7 p.m. at each Club.

Where:
Gwen Cherry Club
7090 NW 22 Ave.
Miami, FL 33147

Northwest Club
10915 NW 14 Ave.
Miami, FL 33167

Kendall Club
9475 N Kendall Dr.
Miami, FL 33176

Cost:
Gwen Cherry Club: $70 for football; $50 for cheerleading. Fee includes equipment and uniform.

Northwest Club: $90 for football; $60 for cheerleading. Fee includes equipment and uniform.

Kendall Club: $140 for football; $130 for cheerleading. Fee includes equipment and uniform.

How:
Visit your nearest Club to complete a membership application. With questions or to inquire about coaching, please contact the Gwen Cherry Club at 304-694-4889 ext. 227, the Kendall Club at 305-279-3019, or the Northwest Club at 305-758-5753.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade  

Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade has been serving youth in the community since 1940. What once was a single building and site for boys has grown to five Clubs serving thousands of boys and girls year round, providing programs in the areas of character and leadership development, educational enhancement, career preparation, health and life skills, cultural arts and sports, fitness and recreation. Club staffing, initiatives, and programs are designed to inspire and enable young people and provide them with the resources to succeed and share in the American Dream. For more information, please visit www.bgcmia.org.

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