Dear MCAA Families,
I am very excited to invite you to Hoop Camp July 24-29. Our camp is open to boys and girls ages 7-16 and is $125 for the week.
Camp is designed to build from the very basics toward 5 players on the court functioning as one. Summer is a great time to learn, make new friends, and play “hoops”. We have a great staff of high school coaches and college players, with support work from high school players
We have three main goals at Hoop Camp:
1. We want each camper to enjoy playing.
2. We want each player to improve their individual skills by stressing fundamentals.
3. We want each youngster to learn to utilize his or her abilities in game situations.
I am totally committed to creating a POSITIVE atmosphere. Our staff cares about young people; our purpose is to stimulate learning, enjoyment, and teamwork for all.
Please complete the registration and release and mail to the address on the form.
David Bowden, 66, of Milford, New Hampshire, passed away at Community Hospice House on May 3, 2017. Husband of Debra (Blaney) Bowden and father of Joshua Bowden of Milford, NH. He was born in Newport News, Virginia on October 21, 1950, to McKinley and Daisy (Little) Bowden. Graduate of Westbury High School, Westbury NY and attended Edward Waters College in Florida and Franklin Pierce University in NH. David was proud to have served in the U.S Navy until 1981 and the Army Reserves until 1991. David worked many years as a physician’s assistant at various hospitals, including Lahey Clinic in Burlington MA. He was currently employed by the Manchester NH VA. He was known for his addictive sense of humor and compassion for helping others. David’s time spent with his family was very important to him. He was a much loved uncle by his many nieces and nephews. For many years David has been a MCAA Youth Basketball Coach. David also enjoyed detailing cars, hiking in New Hampshire, visiting Wineries and was a frequent patron of the Wilton Town Theatre. Most importantly, David enjoyed spending time with family and friends. A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday May 27, 2017 at the Amherst Christian Church, 134 Hollis Road, Amherst, NH. Services will begin at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Community Hospice House Merrimack, NH.
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