902SquashEd is pleased to once again host the King’s County Squash Tournament for Education. Proceeds from the tournament will go towards students in the 902SquashEd program that plan to attend post secondary education next year.
The tournament starts on Friday June 2nd at 5pm for local players, and 6pm for out of town players. Tournament Division finals play out Sunday afternoon June 4th.
The tournament provides a sweatshirt, snacks all weekend, Jamaican Theme lunch on Saturday, and a Saturday evening Social at Paddy’s pub in Wolfville.
902SquashEd, a not for profit organization, in partnership with Kings County Squash Club, and Squash Canada, are proud to announce the launch of its new squash program. This program is aimed at introducing the sport of squash to underserved youth in the Annapolis Valley, with the goal of providing them with a fun and engaging way to stay active and build important life skills.
902SquashEd is a unique program that offers a comprehensive curriculum that blends traditional squash training with academic support and mentorship. The program is designed to provide students with a holistic approach to learning, with a focus on developing leadership skills, teamwork, and critical thinking.