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Quaker Valley Little Dribblers program accepting registrations

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Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012, 12:01 a.m.
 

The Quaker Valley High School boys basketball coaches and players will once again offer the Little Quakers basketball program for girls and boys in kindergarten through fourth grade.

Led by head coach Mike Mastroianni and his high school coaching staff, the program will be held from 9 to 10 a.m. in the Quaker Valley High School gymnasium on Dec. 8, Dec. 15, Dec. 22 and Jan. 5.

The cost is $30 per player, which includes individual and group instruction in dribbling, shooting and passing. All participants will receive a T-shirt and basketball as well as admission to one Quaker Valley boys varsity basketball game.

Little Quakers are still able to participate in the YBL basketball program that starts in mid-January as the dates do not conflict.

For more information or to obtain a registration form, contact Mastroianni in the Quaker Valley Athletic office at 412 749-6007 or via email at mastroiannim@qvsd.org.

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