Posted May 15, 2013 at 1:51 pm

Already looking ahead to next year

Come Clean Car Wash

While most thoughts of high school athletes right now are turned toward the ending of the current seasons and school year, already there are plans in the works for next season.

Our C.C.H.S. Gridiron Dawgs football team is hosting a fundraiser to help with summer and fall expenses that lie ahead with a chance to “come clean” this Saturday.

The football team is hosting a car wash this Saturday, May 18, at Advance Auto Parts. Stop by Saturday and let the Dawgs shine your ride. All donations will be appreciated.

Lady Bulldogs Basketball Camp

Next up will be the Clinton County Lady Bulldog Basketball Camp, slated for the end of this month, May 28-30. Held at two sites, Albany Elementary for K-3rd grade and Clinton County High for 4-8 grade, the camps begin each day at 8:00 and run until 11:00, with the Summer Feeding program providing free breakfast from 7:30 – 8:00 each morning, and lunch from 11:00 – 11:30.

Camp cost are $40 for the first camper, $30 for each additional child in the same family as long as the registrations are in by May 26 (late registrations will be an additional $5 per camper.

Campers will receive t-shirts and medals along with chances at other daily prizes.

Future Lady Dawgs will receive instruction from coaches Darrell Thompson, Tim Hicks and Jessica Conner, as well as from the members of next year’s varsity players.

Contact Coach Darrell Thompson for additional details.

Volley Dawgs Camp

The C.C.H.S. Volley Dawgs are also looking to next season – and beyond, in the form of a fundraiser as well as getting the younger potential players better prepared.

The Clinton County Volleyball Booster Club is hosting the annual Volleyball Skills Camp June 17, 18 and 19 at the high school. The camp begins at 8:00 a.m. daily, ending at 11:00 a.m. and breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Clinton County Board of Education Summer Feeding program, with breakfast being served at 7:30 a.m. and lunch following the camp session daily.

The Volleyball Skills Camp is open to both girls and boys in grades K-8 wanting to learn the fundamentals of volleyball.

Camp fees are $30 for the first child and $25 for additional siblings.

Instruction areas include passing, setting, hitting, digging and serving.

To learn more or to obtain a registration form, contact Carla Baker (606-688-4744) or Pam Ostertag (606-688-2181). Registration forms and payment must be in by Monday, June 3, in order to guarantee correct t-shirt size.