Valley Huskers 2015 Spring Camp

The annual Valley Huskers 2015 Spring Camp will be held on May 15-18.

It’s that time again.  The excitement builds as all the planning comes together for the annual Valley Huskers 2015 Spring Camp which will be held on May 15-18, 2015.

Coach Adam Smith has assembled one of the most respected and qualified coaching/training teams to hit the turf in Chilliwack.

If you are between the ages of 17 and 22, have football experience and you think you have what it takes to be a Valley Husker, don’t miss this opportunity to learn what the game is really all about from our Canadian football greats.  If you’re planning to attend the camp, we suggest that you register on line early as there are limited spaces available.

For more information and the camp schedule visit our website:  www.valleyhuskers.org

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