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Morris Elite Spring Break Soccer Camp Still Has Spots For Next Week; Daily Option Available


MADISON, NJ --  Spring break is less then a week away for many area students and with the current forecast for next week looking like Spring has finally arrived, now is the time to get the kids outside to take advantage of the sunny warm temperature.  

Morris Elite Soccer has spots left for Spring Break Soccer Camp for boys and girls ages 4-14. The camp will be help at Delbarton Park, 45 Delbarton Road, Madison. 

"This camp is the perfect opportunity for kids to learn new skills, have fun and even get ready for Morris Elite try-outs held April 17," said Vincenzo Bernardo of Morris Elite.

Full day is 9a.m. to 3p.m. offered at $250/wk, half day is 9a.m. to noon  offered at $180/wk or you can sign up per day for $50.  Daily rate accomodates kids who have a three day weekend rather then the full week off.   Registration can be made on the Morris Elite website at



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