PROFILE: Hoop House Basketball

Hoop House Basketball

Hoop House Basketball

Hoop House Basketball is an organization founded by Michael Dmitrik. This camp focuses on the fundamentals of basketball, while incorporating the excitement of summer. The camp is located at St. Timothy’s Catholic School, and runs from the beginning of July to mid-August

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Working on both offensive and defensive skills

A regular day at Hoop House Basketball is very active and high-energy. It starts off with with stretching and right away proceeds to various drills that would occur in real game situation. Afterwards, they scrimmage, head off to lunch and play everyone’s favourite, a game of dodgeball. The kids then learn the “basketball lesson of the day,” an important concept used in basketball and in real life.

Hoop House Basketball allows the FOY staff to share their high energy and positive spirit, and the campers send back positive vibes in return.

Focus on Youth staff (left to right) : Royan (Neil), Yohann (Libermann), Joanne (Libermann), Wendy (Libermann)

Focus on Youth staff (left to right) : Royan (Neil), Yohann (Libermann), Joanne (Libermann), Wendy (Libermann)

SUMMARY:

Organization: Hoop House Basketball: St. Timothy’s

Location: 90 Rochelle Cres, Toronto, Ontario, M2J 1Y4.

Dates/Times: July 6 to August 14, 2014 9:00am-4:00pm

Age: 7 years – 16 years

Contact Information:
Michael Dmitrik
(416) 454-3775
m_dmitrik@yahoo.ca

Website: http://hoophousebasketball.com/

2 thoughts on “PROFILE: Hoop House Basketball

  1. Working at Hoop House made my summer great. I woke up everyday excited to go to work. I love these kids and I will never forget them

  2. ?All the best with such special work, take care and have a great summer!

    Peace, Joy, Hope, Charity, Appreciation and Humility, Steve De Quintal Teacher, St. Mary Catholic Academy, 66 Dufferin Park Ave. Toronto, Ontario M6H-1J6. 416-393-5528 ext. 84293 “that they may have life and have it the full.” “In the end, the most important thing is not to do things for people who are poor and in distress, but to enter into relationship with them, to be with them and help them find confidence in themselves and discover their own gifts.” – J. Vanier ***You can always email but a call or a visit will get a quicker response*** ________________________________

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