Our soccer clinic runs during the first week of January and is for boys and girls, Kindergarten through 8th grade. The clinic is held in the Geneva College gym and is led by Caleb Musselman, Geneva College Men's Soccer Assistant Coach, and trained soccer players including Erica Duffy and Geneva students. The cost is $20 per child. Skill development will include soccer basics, teamwork, dribbling, ball control, footwork, passing, shooting, and agility. Participants will we given a snack and taught a Bible lesson centered on the value of good sportsmanship. This program is a great opportunity to hone skills, build relationships, and learn life lessons. The 2017 clinic dates are January 2nd - 5th, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Students will be provided transportation directly from school to Geneva, but must be picked up by parents at Geneva's gym at 5:30. Registration is first come, first served. We will not accept more than 40 students.
Several youth, ages 10-17, are selected from our Summer Camp Program and given lessons every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday focusing on putting, short game, and stroke play in the mornings with a lesson after lunch. Afterward, they will join the rest of camp in a community service project involving landscaping. By teaching the fundamentals of the golf swing, rules of the game, and scoring along with life skill lessons on how these are practically applied in life, we hope to instill life-long values in the lives of youth that do not have those foundations or structure.