Community Connections Basketball CampCommunity Connections would like to give a special THANK YOU to our basketball coaches Brian Ross and Mark Thompson and to the Arkansas Baptist Eagles Basketball team! Our first ever basketball camp was a HUGE success and we owe it to our incredible volunteers!
Volunteer Opportunities this summer!
If you are interested in volunteering this summer, we have some really fun activities going on. Right now we have our Golf program going on in Little Rock on Fridays in June and July. We are also looking for some volunteers to help out at Camp Connect June 15-19 in Conway. Then at the end of July we will be starting RUFL football clinics in Conway and Little Rock. If you would be interested in helping out with any of these summer activities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The 2015 RUFL Flag Football clinic will be held in Conway on August 1st – times TBD, and in Little Rock at the D1 sports facility on July 25th. We are looking forward to another amazing football clinic this year!
There are Road Map Trainings coming to Conway, Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Hot Springs, El Dorado and Marianna. If you would be interested in attending, contact us through our website at www.communityconnectionsar.org. ————————————————————–
Sociables Summer Camp
There are still a few spots available for the Sociables Summer Camp at the University of Central Arkansas. This is a great opportunity for kids Kindergarten- 9th grade to build social skills with fun activities in a positive environment. If you have an interest in the camp click HERE for more information or to register.
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