Hit the Court with the Milltown Recreation Department's Basketball Program

Credits: Jason Bradwell on flickr

MILLTOWN, NJ - Registration is up for the Milltown Recreation Department's youth basketball program. Interested parties can download the sign-up form in order to register.

Participants must be four years of age before January 9. Registration ends on November 23. A $15 late fee will be charged for forms received after that date. However, registration forms will not be accepted after December 4.

The following programs are available:

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  • Fundamental Fours is for children in pre-kindergarten. It takes place at the Parkview School gym from 9 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. The fee is $50.
  • Kindergarten and first graders play from 10:15 until 11:15 at the Parkview School gym. The fee is $50.
  • Second and third graders hit the court from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Parkview School gym. The fee is $50.
  • Fourth through eighth graders play at the Joyce Kilmer School gym. Dates and times for this program will be determined after enrollment is up. Boys and girls may be traveling to area towns to play. The fee to participate is $75.

A $5 discount is offered on the fee of each additional child per family. Non-residents are also welcome to sign-up for Milltown's youth basketball program. The fee for non-residents is $85 from children in the pre-kindergarten through third grade programs and $100 for the fourth through eighth grade division.

One form needs to be filled out per child and can be mailed to the Milltown Recreation Department on 39 Washington Avenue.

Parents can check the Milltown website and the Milltown Recreation Department's Facebook page for updates on the program.

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