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The Soccer Means More Free Fall Workshop

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 11902 Daisy Ln Glenn Dale MD 20769  See map
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Soccer Means More (SocMM), a soccer training company  that provides progressive training and mentoring to motivated soccer players of all ages, genders and experience within the game, is pleased to announce its  third ever SocMM Workshop for the citizens of DC and Maryland.  The workshop is a free three-hour community event for boys and girls of all soccer playing backgrounds, to be held at Holy Trinity Episcopal Day School (Glenn Dale, MD) November 17, 2012 from 12:30-4PM.


Have your children every just wanted to try out soccer to see if it is right for them? Or have you been wondering if Soccer Means More is right for you? Then come join Soccer Means More for an event that is the only one of its kind in the DC Metropolitan area. Even if you just want to see what’s happening in your community, come on out! Everyone is welcome.


The purpose of the workshop is to give as many children from the DC Metro and the Prince George’s County area an opportunity to enjoy two-plus hours of progressive SocMM training with some great coaches and local professional players bookended by two speeches, one from Executive Director Nate Baker and one from a guest speaker, about the lessons we can learn from the game and why soccer truly means more.


The first 150 youth players (ages 7-12) who sign up at our online registration will secure their spot as a participant in the workshop, so it is important to sign up as soon as possible.
Our online registration can be found by clicking here.


SocMM will try to accommodate as many players as possible, but even if your son or daughter isn’t participating in the workshop, everyone is welcome on the campus to take in what will be a great day of soccer.

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