After a school year spent mostly indoors or behind their desks, summer beckons kids to spend full days running, jumping, and exercising. And parents in the Durham, North Carolina vicinity can take advantage of one of the country’s best sports programs – just hop on the 15-501 and check out i9 Sports. i9 Sports offers four locations nearby:
- at the Emily Krzyzewski Center,
- Culbreth Middle School,
- Lowe’s Grove Middle School,
- Rogers Herr Middle School.
This summer, i9 Sports is hosting a Baseball League for preschoolers (ages 3-6) and an indoors Basketball Clinic (ages 5-10) at Rogers Herr, and a Flag Football Instructional Program (ages 3-12) and a Soccer Clinic (ages 5-12) at Culbreth.
i9 Sports‘ manager, Kathleen Seifert, notes that “kids need to exercise their bodies and the summer is a perfect time to do it. We work really hard to help every kid gain not only the physical benefits of sports but also to build their confidence and cement key values of sportsmanship and work ethic that they will be able to use throughout their lives.”
At KidNimble, we also think it’s most valuable to find the camps with program directors who strike the right balance between providing a competitive atmosphere that helps kids achieve and still making room for all skill levels. i9 Sports has got that covered too.
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