This year’s soccer camp for kids held at Feather River College was a big success. The camp ran July 24 through 27 and ended at noon with a big group picture.
“There were 62 campers age 5 to 13 which was a great turnout,” said Central Plumas Recreation and Park Recreation Supervisor Kyle Stone.
“We did open mic during one of our snack breaks,” said Stone.
The district contracted with successful FRC talent to bring the 2017 annual soccer camp to life for young athletes.
Juan Nunez, FRC head athletic trainer, and Don Williams, FRC head soccer coach, facilitated the camp with the help of their former students and FRC soccer players Conrad Gooley and Dinesh Prasad.
The two FRC graduates assisted in the instruction of the young athletes alongside their college teachers with additional support from Quincy High School senior Lydia Morgan. Guiding budding soccer players ages 5 to 7 was part of Morgan’s senior project.