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Moderator Chan
Mar 13, 2018

Special Olympics Singapore Basketball Learn-to-play

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left 2 vacancies n age range widen!!!

 

# Special Olympics Singapore

Basketball Learn-to-play programme #

 

Special requirement: IQ 70 n below

 

Period: 17 March to 2 June (Every Saturday)

 

Time: 2pm - 3pm

 

Venue: MOE CCAB Sports Hall (21 Evans Road, Singapore 259366)

 

Training may be at CCAB's outdoor court too, depending on availability

 

Age group: 13-23 instead of 15-21

 

Max: 8 students

(If there are more registrants, they will be put on the waiting list for the next cycle)

 

Interested pls go online to register ASAP. Pls indicate interested in basketball learn to play program. First come first serve.

 

http://www.specialolympics.org.sg/athlete-registration-form

 

Any enquires, pls contact Jun Hong at 6293 3182 or junhong@specialolympics.org.sg

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