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The soccer clinic and educational seminar will take place at the Logan Heights Neighborhood William J. Oakes Boys & Girls Clubhouse on 2930 Marcy Ave,
San Diego, CA
October 29, 2013
. The event is open to the selected Boys & Girls Club members and their families. Media is encouraged to attend.
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About Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego
The Boys & Girls Clubs of
Greater San Diego
changes lives through quality youth programs and guidance in a safe, affordable and fun environment. The Clubs serve kids ages 5- to 18-years old with its academic success, character development and healthy lifestyle programs at 17 community-based sites countywide, making a difference in the lives of
future leaders – today's youth. For a site serving your community, or to make a donation, please visit
or call 1-866-SDYOUTH (1.866.739.6884).