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|Lowville Youth Soccer Association Announces Online Youth
Soccer Activities; Soccer Ball Giveaway Set for July 7 at Fairgrounds
June 27, 2020 12:15 p.m.
Youth Soccer Online Activities and Soccer Ball Giveaway
Youth Soccer Association (LYSA) board of directors knew that it would not be
feasible to hold our season in the traditional sense and announced the
cancellation of the season on May 14th.
As a group there was a strong desire to still offer children and families the
opportunity to enjoy the sport of soccer and continue to work on skill
development. LYSA typically holds approximately 10 sessions on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings through July and early August. In 2020 we plan to release a
short video with suggested activities and training ideas to our Facebook page,
which can be found at: LYSA (Lowville Youth Soccer Association). A video will
be released Tuesday and Thursday evenings starting on July 7th and going
through the first week of August. Please join the Facebook page to participate.
Recognizing the hardships many families are facing during this time the board
also felt it was important to make sure each family has access to a soccer ball
and made the decision to provide one free soccer ball to any family in need of
one in order to participate in the summer activities. Each family can keep the
soccer ball they receive, LYSA does not expect them to be returned. This is
open to any family in need of a soccer ball but supplies are limited so this will be
done on a first come first serve basis while supplies last.
To accomplish this there will be a soccer ball giveaway at the Lewis County
Fairgrounds on the evening of July 7th starting at 6 pm and lasting until supplies
are gone. This will be a drive-thru event outside the Forest Park Pavilion. There
will be one way traffic, please enter from Bostwick St. entrance proceed by the
Pavilion where a soccer ball will be handed to you through the car window and
exit onto Dewitt St.
Please wear your mask.
Facebook: LYSA (Lowville Youth Soccer Association)