Boys’ turn to take over the Sportsplex



The girls have had their shot, and now it’s the boys turn to take over the Sportsplex on the upcoming Pro-D Day Feb. 18.

 The afternoon will be jam packed for boys in grades 4, 5 and 6 with sports like dodgeball, basketball, soccer, floor hockey and capture the flag. The guys can all play raquetball, foosball, DDR and Singstar. A delicious snack and tons of drinks will be available to keep their energy going all afternoon! Guys, be prepared to get messy as we will host a variety of challenges  and activities.

 This is a day your boys won’t want to miss out on, so bring them down to the Sportsplex on Feb. 18 for the fun. The program runs from 1 to 4 p.m. and costs $6 per person.

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