Oak Creek Youth Football Begins Live Registration

April 3, 2009

Oak Creek Youth Football is celebrating our 5th year providing children entering 1st grade through 8th grade in the fall 2009 the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the game, good sportsmanship and team building. The foundation of OCYF is to create a developmental opportunity for children, coaches and parents while having fun.

 

Oak Creek Youth Football is open to children from any community. We have had children come from as far away as Kenosha to join our league.

 

For your convenience, you will have the option of attending live registration on either Saturday April 4th or Saturday May 16th anytime between 9am and 2pm at the American Legion Post 434, Lower Building, 9327 S. Shepard Ave. Oak Creek WI

 

It is mandatory for all participants to attend live registration with a parent or guardian. It is at live registration where the players will be sized for their equipment, participate in skill evaluations, submit required documents, and remit fees.

 

Pre-Registration will be suspended at 3pm Friday, April 3, for administrative needs and will return to service on Monday, April 6 at 8am.

 

Additional information is available on our website www.ocyf.net

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