MVP's Ball Club Events
Jan. 2, 2008
When: Tuesday, April 15, 2008, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, April 15, the last clinic of the season will take place. Through organized drills and seminars conducted by MSU players and coaches, MVP'S members can learn hands-on what it means to be a Spartan both on and off the court. Come out and join us for this members-only event; there is no participation fee, and parents are welcome to stay if they would like to. Participants should be ready to play basketball, so please wear appropriate clothing and shoes. Please fill out ONE release form PER child. If you need additional forms, please go to msuspartans.com, click on the Women's Basketball link, and then click on MVP'S Ball Club Events. You can return the completed form(s) when you come to the clinic or send it to the Michigan State Women's Basketball office at: 1 Birch Rd. Suite 110 East Lansing, MI 48824. If you do not send it to the office, please call or e-mail the names and ages of the MVP'S attending so we can place them on teams accordingly. For additional information or questions, please call the office at 517-353-8613 or e-mail us (firstname.lastname@example.org for Diane, email@example.com for Jess, or firstname.lastname@example.org for Katrina).
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL LOCK-IN
Lock-In Information - January 11, 2008 at 7:00pm till Midnight
What is the lock-in?
Where will the lock-in take place?
Who will supervise the lock-in?
Katrina Grantham - Graduate Assistant and Associate Director of the MVP'S
Diane Carr - Team Manager and Assistant Director of the MVP'S
Jess Loding - Head Manager and Assistant Director of the MVP'S
Katie Purcell - Team Manager
Kellyn Grantham - Office Assistant
Jodi Maslowski - Office Assistant
John Masters - #54 MSU Football Team
Will there be any medical personnel on site?
Where will I drop off and pick up my child?
What is the cost of the lock-in?
How can I be sure my child is safe in Breslin?
Participants may not leave the auxiliary gyms or the basketball offices at any time without being escorted by a staff member. There will be a guaranteed 10:1 participant to staff ratio for the entirety of the event. Additionally, Breslin security personnel will be on hand.
In the event of a medical emergency, there will be a certified athletic trainer available with a training room for the entirety of the night.
How can I contact my child?
Can parents stay for this event?
Can we leave before midnight?
Can non-MVP'S members attend the lock-in?
BUS TRIP TO ANN ARBOR - SUNDAY, JAN. 13
It's that time of year again when the green and white travel to Ann Arbor for the annual clash between the Spartans and the Wolverines. We will be taking Dean Trailways charter buses down to Ann Arbor in conjunction with the FastBreak Club. Space is limited for this adventure so sign up today to secure your spot. More detailed information will be mailed after sign up.
SECOND ANNUAL ESSAY CONTEST
For only the second time in the ball club history, we are calling upon all courageous and inspired writers to express their opinions and share their ideas. That's right, it's the essay contest once again and we are asking you to tell us how you feel.
This year's essay question is: Who is your hero and what makes them your hero?
Any and all answers are acceptable and it is completely up to you how to answer this question. Here are some suggestions to help you get started, but are not required by any means as your answer.
These are just a few suggestions but the list is unlimited. Now it's up to you to define what or who your hero is. All essays are due by February 11th 2008 and winners will be announced on February 21st, 2008. Good luck and remember there are no right or wrong answers.
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