Soccer registration starts Wednesday

There are opportunities April 24, 25 and 27 to sign up

Soccer registration gets underway this week, with the first opportunity happening April 24 at the Leisure Centre between 6 and 8:30 p.m.

Further chances to sign up your kids happen April 25, same time and location as the day previous.

There will be volunteers on hand to help walk you through the registration process.

Fees for U8 to U18 will remain the same as last year, and players signed up who were born 2007 and earlier will pay less.

The Mission Soccer Club is also hosting its annual general meeting Thursday, May 29 at the Leisure Centre starting at 7 p.m. New board members are needed this year, so this is your chance to get involved.

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