2015 FirstSwing Baseball Holiday Camps/Clinics

December 10, 2015

The FirstSwing Foundation
The 2015 FirstSwing Baseball Holiday Camps/Clinics

The FirstSwing Foundation is offering its annual Holiday baseball camps/clinics, indoors, at the Kellogg Middle School (Shoreline) Monday December 28th and Tuesday the 29th. These interactive camps/clinics are designed to teach the FUNdamentals of the game in order to empower youngsters to GET GOOD!, and learn “life’s little lessons” in a FUN environment!! Recommended ages: 5-14 and any ability level! There will be two different sessions and each will be limited in number (40) and, specialize on a certain aspect of the game. The camps may be taken as a set or individually and will be held INSIDE the gym!!!

Monday, December 28th: This session will be held from 9:30 am – 12:00 pm, and will focus on three basics of the game: conditioning, throwing, and fielding. It will include a syllabus and gift. Perfect for baseball and/or softball players.

Tuesday, December 29th: This session will be held from 9:30 am – 12:00 pm, and focus on hitting. It will cover the fundamental mechanics, swing work, bunting, and drills to improve overall hitting. There will be a syllabus, drill sheets, and a gift. Bats and helmets provided if necessary.

COST: One session (your choice) $ 70.00
Two sessions (both) $120.00

Instructors: Phil Rognier, Executive Director of FirstSwing and a baseball coach with over 50 years of coaching and clinic/camp experience. The staff will include guest coaches and Klouter team coaches and interns.

Please fill out the attached registration form and send to:

PO Box 497
Medina, WA 98039

Please check appropriate session(s) and include check. Scholarships and family discounts available. Call Coach Phil (425) 451-8276 or email phrog38@hotmail.com. GAGPTH!

THESE WILL BE LIMITED and registered on a “first come” basis. Please do pass this information on to anyone else who you feel wishes to get a head start on the 2016 season and wants to GET GOOD! Bring the HOMEWORK.