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Soccer camp coach collects donations for Kids Alive

The Park City Soccer Camp, run by Randy Farris and local soccer instructors, is holding its second session for ages 7 to 15 July 13-17. Farris is also collecting donations to deliver to Kids Alive, a nonprofit rescue organization in the Dominican Republic. Requested items include bactine, pediatric benadryl, used or new backpacks, kids’ life vests, soccer cleats, black shoes in kids’ sizes, khaki pants, light-blue polo shirts, black belts, and craft items such as glue sticks, Elmer’s glue, kid scissors, staplers and staples, Scotch tape and watercolors. Donations will be accepted on Monday at the North 40 field. To register for camp, call the Park City Racquet Club at 615-5401.


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