Sunday, October 31, 2010

Are You Ready for Some (Stanford Women's) Basketball?

What a long year it’s been! C and R have waited so long for the start of basketball season, and then this fall we get distracted. C has been distracted with a new job teaching little kids how to run around and play outdoors because they have no time after school and are not allowed to go outside without an armed-guard, and R has to get her wing repaired! And worst of the worst, R will be recuperating and will probably miss the first Stanford (exhibition) game of the season November 6th!

Not to fear, R has given up her ticket to our good basketball friend, P, and C will show her the ropes at Maples that day. Speaking of which, it's Kids Day at Maples! Kids 14 and Under Get into November 6 Game vs. Vanguard FREE! Ya gotta bring a grown-up, though, so click here to register for the freebie tix, and you know how much C and R love freebies! Also Free Kids Day November 9th vs UC San Diego.

Excuse me, I have to go answer the door, trick or treaters are here!

Oh, C and R just got this email about a basketball clinic for all the youngsters out there. Here are the details, so pass it along to the basketball-playing fool in your life!

Get ready for a great basketball experience! Before heading to the Vanguard game, kids can join former Cardinal Morgan Clyburn in a pre-game basketball clinic.

The clinic provides children (girls 3rd - 8th grades and boys 3rd - 6th grades) an opportunity to improve their basketball skills and receive one-on-one instruction by Clyburn and her staff. This clinic will help young athletes of all ability levels compete with the best!

The clinic will take place in the Arrillaga Practice Gym and begin at 12:15 p.m., before the Stanford Women's Basketball game vs. Vanguard on Saturday, November 6th, and will last for one (1) hour.

The cost is $10 per participant. Please contact Sarah Boruta at to register. Space is limited so register early!

Well, lots of happens on November 6th. C will see you there and R will be fitted for her bionic parts. Can’t wait to see the development of Chiney!

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