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Registration open for Mark Millon Overnight and Extended Day Camps at George School on July 27-31

Friday, 25th April 2014

Categories Boy's/Men's, Camps, Events, High School, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/25/14

Registration is open for the Mark Millon Lacrosse Camp, Overnight and Extended Day Camp, on July 27 – July 31 at The George School, Newtown, Pa.

The camp is run by US Lacrosse National Hall of Fame inductee and former Philadelphia Wings NLL champion Mark Millon, who has been running camps on the East Coast for 20 years. The camp, for boys aged 8 to 17, features top-notch instruction from some of the world’s top players and offers overnight and extended day hours.

Click here to register or for more information.Mark Millon camps

Camp highlights: First-class facility, Elite staff, Every camper gets a free stick, instructional DVDs and a reversible jersey, Great competition, Camp is fun for the kids; if it’s fun the kids want to go home and practice, Goalie school runs in conjunction with the camp.

So far, all three years at George School have brought us successful lacrosse camps. The beautiful picturesque facility and awesome staff will help ensure that this camp will be the best in Eastern PA for years to come.

Located just 15 minutes from Trenton, New Jersey on a gentile hillside in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, George School occupies 241 acres of gorgeous suburban land and is easily reached by car, bus or train. Along with its aesthetically pleasing scenery, George School is home to 12 full sized, alluring athletic fields, seven large dormitories, and an air-conditioned student activities center that has pool tables and arcade games that campers can visit during down time.

When they are not playing lacrosse, campers can take advantage of the indoor basketball/volleyball courts, 8-lane swimming pool, and weight training room, all of which are in a short distance from the dorms. For more info about George School, visit www.georgeschool.org.


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