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Rider Lady Raider Fast Break Camp

Date: June 6-9th

Camp Director: Ramsey Ghazal, Head Girls Coach Basketball Coach, Rider HS

Camp staff will include Rider assistant coaches

Schedule:

Incoming 1st-3rd Graders: 8-10 a.m. ($30)
Incoming 4th-6th Graders: 8-11 a.m. ($45)
Incoming 7th-9th Graders: 8 a.m.-Noon ($60)

To Register:

Call or Email Ramsey Ghazal: (972) 922-3003, rghazal@wfisd.net

Please submit payment to Coach Ghazal:

3078 Horseshoe Bend Estates
Iowa Park, TX 76367

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