IF you are a parent, don’t let any poet trick you into thinking April is the cruelest month. That would be January, when the holidays have ended, the days are short, and it’s too darn cold to take your kids outside and they’re climbing the walls of your 720 square foot 2-bedroom apartment. Literally.
Here’s an opportunity for them to let off some steam, learn a new sport, and possibly increase their chances of getting into the Ivy’s – no guarantees.
The Long Island City Youth Sports League will be holding basketball programs for boys & girls in Grades 1 thru 8 on Sundays at PS78Q starting January 9, 2022. It is open to all kids independent of where they attend school.
Better yet, not only is the location uber-convenient, but the price is only $160 for the 11-session season that concludes on April 3. Given that the average NBA salary is $7.5 million, this
investment activity yields a Return-On-Investment of a gazillion percent by my calculations. At a minimum your daughter and/or son should have the skills to take their game to the local outdoor courts just as the weather starts getting nice.
This is the 7th year of winter basketball at PS78 and it will be led by Coach Dan Freeman. For registration click here, for more information go to LICYSL.org or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All participants will need to have first Covid vaccine shot proof submitted by January 7.
Long Island City Youth Sports League – registration is now open
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