Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/21/14
Registration is open for LAXJAM7, a 4 hour clinic to honor the legacy, hard work and determination embodied by Jonathan Allan Moules.
Jon, #7, was a 2010 graduate of Great Valley where he excelled at the sport of lacrosse. More importantly, he was a loyal and trustworthy teammate. Jon, unfortunately lost his battle with addiction this past January.
After the loss of Jon, the Moules family and friends wanted to find a way to remember him, and at the same time make a difference for others in our community.
LAXJAM7 is that opportunity to share the sport that Jon loved. Jon was passionate about lacrosse and the bond he had with his coach and teammates was something he treasured. The Moules family would like to invite you to join in the first LAXJAM7 and thank you for your support.
We know that the participants will have a fun-filled afternoon of lacrosse and share the in the enthusiasm that Jon held for game. All proceeds from the clinic will go to the Jonathan Moules Memorial Steps4Hope Foundation that promotes initiatives and education toward drug awareness and prevention.
Details of the Clinic:
Date: Saturday, May 31st
Time: Noon – 4:00PM
Location: Great Valley Middle School (Lower Turf Field)
Age Group: Players in 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grades from ANY school district are welcome
Cost: $40 Includes reversible pinnie
Format: Former Great Valley players and teammates of Jon will be there to provide coaching assistance. Jason Wolensky, assistant lacrosse coach at Immaculata University and former Great Valley coach will be coordinating
clinic events, drills and activities. Individual instruction, team concepts and game type competitions will be the order of the day. We will also have prize giveaways, a fastest shot competition as well as live shooting and faceoff
demonstrations from current and former DI, II, III and Club lacrosse players.
Payment: Paypal online or check the day of event
To pay by check please email to LAXJAM7@gmail.com
Players: name, age and contact info
Checks payable to Jonathan Moules steps4hope Foundation
Please bring waiver to clinic
*Players should have helmet, stick, gloves, elbow and shoulder pads the day of the clinic. Contact will be kept to a minimum but is a part of the game.
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