Kick It for Kylee is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Kick It for Kylee Soccer Camp this year benefiting Riley Roxbury who is three and lives in Butler with her parents and twin sister Kloe. Riley has a number of medical concerns that
leave her with a compromised immune system. Riley need a bowel transplant and has a chronic lung disease that has
left her on a ventilator much of them time. Riley lives every day in constant pain but still is a very happy little
girl who loves to play with her sister, and loves movies like Shrek and Tangled.
Kick It for Kylee Soccer Camp will be held at North Boundary Park in Cranberry on Sunday August 19th from 2:00 – 5:00 pm. Our camp is open to boys and girls U6-U12 who love to play soccer and want to learn how to be a great player. The first part of Kick It for Kylee Soccer Camp will focus on individual skills and then we will break into a 3v3 tournament for you to practice those skills. Players of all levels of play are invited and encouraged to attend for a day full of soccer, fun, and support for a very special little girl.
Registration is now open. Registration is $25 per player
and 100% of your registration will go to Riley’s family to help with medical expenses. All participants will again receive a camp t-shirt courtesy of our sponsors! Register by July 15th to guarantee your camp t-shirt and the first 100 registered participants will receive a special gift upon check in. Spaces are limited so register now to reserve your spot. There are two ways to register – online or by sending in the registration form.
If you are unable to attend and would like to make a
donation we would welcome donations of themed baskets for our basket raffle. If you would like to make a monetary donation we would encourage you to do it in honor or memory of someone you love. More details can be found on our website at www.kickitforkylee.org.
If you are interested in learning more or becoming a sponsor please contact us email@example.com.
LOCATION CHANGE: DUE TO FIELD CONDITIONS AT GRAHAM PARK CAMP HAS BEEN CHANGED TO NORTH BOUNDARY PARK.