Bulldogs bring expertise to Parksville

Alberni Junior A hockey club to host summer camp

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs will host a mini hockey camp in Parksville this summer. The BCHL team from Port Alberni is offering this opportunity to local minor hockey players. It’s a chance to learn from junior A players and coaches.

The camp, which will also feature Oceanside Generals head coach Jesse Hammill, will take place July 6-8 at Oceanside Place. The camp is divided into three age categories — 6-9 years, 10-12 years, and 13-16 years. Each group will receive three hours of on-ice instruction from Bulldogs coaches and players, plus a one-hour dry land training session and a Bulldogs’ camp jersey.

Registration is now open for the camp. Registration for all skaters and goaltenders is $175 (tax included). To register, download and complete the Summer Mini Camp Registration Form at www.albernivalleybulldogs.ca/mini-camps and return by fax: 250-723-4442, email Tali@AlberniValleyBulldogs.ca, or mail to 3737 Roger Street, Port Alberni, B.C., V9Y 8E3.

The Bulldogs will also hold a second camp in Port Hardy, July 13-15.

— NEWS Staff

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