Enter To See (And Maybe Meet) Soccer Star Abby Wambach!
Get Fit Great Falls is excited to announce registration is now open for the upcoming Come Out and Play children’s wellness event September 8 and 9 in Great Falls with U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Co-Captain Abby Wambach.
“Get Fit Great Falls is delighted to have Abby Wambach, an Olympic gold medal winner who matches so well to our mission of health and wellness. Abby has a passion for being active and making healthy choices,” said Paul Lloyd-Davies, co-chair of Get Fit Great Falls.
Registration forms are available at Peak Health & Wellness Center, Great Falls Park and Recreation, Boys and Girls Club, Heisey Youth Center, HANDS, Youth Court Services, and Benefis Spirit of Women. In-person registration closes Tuesday, September 4; completed registration must be postmarked no later than Saturday, September 1. Online registration is also available at eventbrite.com and must be completed no later than September 4.
Registration is now being taken for
- Meet and Greet event Saturday, September 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the University of Great Falls McLaughlin Center. Tickets are available in advance and will also be available at the door: $25 for adults and $15 for children. Jim Sargent of KMON radio will emcee the evening, in addition to auctioning off soccer memorabilia. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.
- Soccer clinic Sunday, September 9, from 9 to 11 a.m. This free clinic will be for children age 6 to 12. Transportation will be available from nine designated elementary schools courtesy of CMR Partners & Big Sky Bus Lines. This is NOT a competitive camp and is intended to expose children to a world-class athlete who lives the healthy lifestyle.
- Competitive camp Sunday, September 9, from 1 to 4 p.m. for 13 years old through high school. The $50 registration fee includes admittance to Saturday evening’s Meet and Greet. This soccer camp is for children of all ages, economic backgrounds and athletic ability. Proceeds from this event will go toward youth camps in low-income neighborhoods, focusing on a variety of sports.