Contest: Win scholarship to Whitecaps youth camp

SURREY – Do you know someone who would love to attend a soccer camp this summer?

 

The Now is giving away two scholarships to a youth skills camp hosted by the Vancouver Whitecaps in South Surrey from July 13 to 17.

 

The lucky winners will get to work with the MLS team’s coaching staff, meet Spike the mascot, get a camp T-shirt and have a chance to hang out with a Whitecaps player.

 

The camps are for all skill levels – from U6 to U14, both boys and girls. The camp registration fee is $159 per player.

 

To enter the contest for one of two camp scholarships, look for details at Facebook.com/TheSurreyNow. Entrants must "like" and "share" our Facebook page and, in a post, include the child’s name and a message explaining why they should win the contest, along with your name and daytime phone number. The entry deadline is June 12.

 

For more camp details, visit Whitecapsfc.com/camps and look under "Lower Mainland Camps."

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