Monday, July 6, 2020

CLC Registration Open, $50 off with Purchase of Two Casino Night Tickets

Fall Registration for Coronado Lacrosse Club is now open. Buy Two Tickets to Casino Night, Get $50 off CLC Registration.

Coronado Lacrosse Club (CLC) registration is open at www.coronadolacrosseclub.com for the fall 2019 season, and with the purchase of two tickets to the 3rd Annual Charity Casino Night and Tiki Lounge, participants receive $50 off registration. Early bird ticket pricing is $75 each and goes up to $100 each after July 31, 2019.

CLC is a nonprofit, public education lacrosse organization for youth girls in kindergarten through 8th grade. They offer teams in the following age groups in the fall and spring season: kindergarten – 2nd grade, 3-4th grade, 5-6th grade, and 7-8th grade. Practices begin the week of August 19th.

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Kindergarten-2nd grade practice twice a week for one hour, 3-4th grade practices twice a week for 1.5 hours, and 5-8th grade practices twice a week for two hours. All practices are at Cutler Field at Coronado Middle School within 5-7pm timeframe, Monday-Thursday.

This summer, CLC welcomes Director of Coaching Courtney Reidarson, a Coronado resident who has more than 20 years experience in all aspects of girls lacrosse, and is a Hall of Fame inductee in the San Diego Chapter of US Lacrosse.

“CLC is excited to join forces with Courtney, whose experience ranges from playing lacrosse at University of California, Davis, to refereeing games at all levels, to directing the the Nike Girls Lacrosse Camp,” says CLC President Jim Fabiszak.

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CLC and Islander Sports Foundation (ISF) are both non-profit groups co-hosting the 3rd Annual Charity Casino Night on Friday, November 1, 2019, 5-10pm, at the Coronado Recreation Center’s Nautilus Room. Proceeds benefit girls youth lacrosse, and Coronado’s middle and high school sports teams. Registration and more information on the event is on www.coronadolacrosseclub.com.

The Charity Casino Night will have an open bar and light finger foods. Players of all abilities come together to play Texas hold ‘em style poker, with prizes awarded to top 10 poker players. Those who don’t know how to play or want to improve their skills can join a free lesson beginning at 5:30pm. Additionally offered are black jack, roulette and craps tables, with raffle drawings for table game participants. New this year is the tiki lounge with drinks, snacks and live music for those who prefer to support local sports programs without participating in casino games.

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Those interested in sponsorships or making donations to the Casino Night, please contact Jim Fabiszak at james.fabiszak@yahoo.com.

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