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Winter Magic

by Pat Burns

Winter Magic

 

The Mount Mercy Admissions Department is sponsoring a week of Winter Magic, February 22nd-25th.  The week will begin on Tuesday the 22nd from 9-3 with STEAM Fun, including science experiments, Bath Bombs, and art projects. Lunch will be provided. From 9-3 on Wednesday the 23rd is PJ Day which features wellness activities, crafts, games, and a movie, all in your PJs! Lunch will be provided. Thursday and Friday the 24th and 25th are sports clinic days.  Both days from 9-12 there will be a basketball clinic with Mount Mercy's Coach Jeremy Rowe and the varsity team.  In the afternoons on Thursday and Friday there will be a soccer clinic with Mount Mercy's Coach Maddie Higgins and the varsity soccer team, from 12-3.  If you attend both the basketball and soccer clinics on the same day, lunch will be provided.  

Girls in grades three through eight may attend Winter Magic.  The cost for each session is $20 and you may sign up for as many sessions as you would like.  Registration may be found on the Mount Mercy website, www.mtmercy.org, under the Admissions tab.  If you have any questions, you may contact Tina Webster, director of admissions at 825-8796, extension 320.

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