70 FREE Sports Camps for Kids this Summer in the Twin Cities

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FREE sports camps for kids this summer in the Twin Cities? YES!
The Sanneh Foundation is offering over 70 free sports camps at park and rec centers throughout the Twin Cities this summer. Each camper gets a water bottle, a t-shirt, a cinch backpack and a dental kit from Delta Dental. Camps are run by professional coaches and they emphasize friendship, diversity and teamwork.

Parents can sign their kids up at sannehsoccer.com.

The Sanneh Foundation is a St. Paul-based non-profit geared towards the empowerment of kids through sports and mentoring.

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