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Denville PAL Basketball Camp: Registration Still Open For July 20-24

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DENVILLE, NJ-- The Denville PAL Basketball is sponsoring the Drills, Skills, and Thrills Basketball Camp. The camp will take place from July 20-24 from 9 a.m. to noon at Valleyview Middle School. The camp is open to boys and girls entering K-6 as of September 2015. 

The camp is staffed by the Morris Knolls Basketball Coaches. Coach Ken Ferrare, Ryan Esdale, and Joe Ansaldi will be on hand to help teach the kids fundamental skills through a variety of drills and contests. Players will be grouped by age and ability levels. Campers will also be able to participate in full and half court scrimmages.

All Drills, Skills, and Thrills camps emphasize fun, safety, instruction, and full participation. Therefor, players in K-3 will use 8 foot baskets, while those campers in grades 4-6 should use regulation baskets. There will be a supervised snack break during the camp. 

All campers will recieve a free basketball or t-shirt. Campers should bring water, a snack, and should wear sneakers. Registration is still open and walk ups are welcome. Camp costs $120 for the week and checks should be made out to DST Basketball Camp. For more information on camp, you can email Coach Ken Ferrare at kjferrare@optonline.net or call (908) 720-6747.

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