Summer Camp
For girls and boys, age 9-14, all ability levels

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June 2226, 2015, Monday  Friday, 9 AM  3 PM


Kids love playing Ultimate! Learn the game with two fun-loving, energetic, Division 1 college players who grew 
up playing in Maine’s own high school league. Ultimate was rated the fastest growing team sport in America by the Sporting Goods Manufacturer’s Association, and Maine kids know it!  We have over 50 teams in our 2015 high school spring league, and a very active middle school league!

Camp Directors, Chloë Rowse and Noah Backer were multi-year captains of their high school teams and co-captains of Maine’s first youth club all-star team, placing third in the U.S. in 2012!  They co-founded and ran Maine Ultimate’s youth summer camp for two years and have additional youth coaching and leadership experience.

FCP Ultimate Camp is offered through Falmouth Community Programs for all kids, including non-Falmouth residents. It is for girls and boys of all ability levels who want to learn to play and improve their skills. We teach throwing, catching, offensive and defensive strategies, and an introduction to the rules. We inspire what USA Ultimate calls Spirit of the Game (good sportsmanship) and we play games every day! 



Registration is done through Falmouth Community Programs (Falmouth residency not required).

June 2226, 2015, Monday  Friday, 9 AM  3 PM. 


Registration can also be done by printing this form and mailing it with payment to Falmouth Community Programs, Mason-Motz Activity Center, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, ME 04105.  Course Name is "Ultimate Camp" and the Session Code is "41826.1A".  See costs below.  Camp will fill quickly, so please register early! 

$200 per camper ($205 for non-Falmouth residents)  includes a disc and jersey! 

What to bring - Lots of energy, water, cleats or sneakers, a healthy lunch and snacks, a white and dark jersey, sunscreen, and a hat.

FCP Ultimate Camp is located at Falmouth Community Park, 19 Winn Road, Falmouth, ME 04105.

For more information, call Falmouth Community Programs, 207-699-5302, or email Chloë or Noah.

USA ULTIMATE, founded in 1979 and based in Colorado Springs, CO is a player-run, non-profit organization that serves as the governing body for the sport of Ultimate in the U.S. USA Ultimate sanctions youth, college and club level events and competition nationwide.  Visit www.usaultimate.org.


   

   
     Instructors      


Chloë Rowse plays for the U-23 U.S. Women’s National Team and is Captain of the Colorado College Women's Team, which placed 9th in the U.S. in 2014. She was named to the 2013 USA Ultimate D1 All-freshman Team and was captain of the Falmouth Ultimate team from 2010-2012.



Noah Backer is a pivotal player at the University of Michigan, which placed 5th in the 2014 Division 1 National Championships. He was named to the 2013 USA Ultimate D1 All-Freshman Team and was captain of the Cape Elizabeth Ultimate team in 2011 and 2012.