Taekwondo, cage, swim camps set

Elmer Reyes, a former PBA player for seven seasons, will once again be spearheading basketball summer camps in Metro Manila and Southern Luzon via the Integrated Sports Learning Academy (ISLA) Basketball Sports Program starting tomorrow.

Two-hour and thrice-a-week summer-long camps classified in three groups - basic, advanced and competitive - will begin in Manila (YMCA near SM Manila), Pasay City (Southeastern College), Las Pinas (Cittadela Village) and Laguna (Dominican College) under the tutelage of Reyes.

Taekwondo summer camps for the youth under Johanna Lacsamana-Ochoa, a certified PTA instructor and referee, also begin tomorrow in the same venues.

Meanwhile, the 2013 Milo Summer Swimming Program kicks off tomorrow.

The two-week, 12-session camps will be held in various parts of southern Metro Manila, Laguna and as far as Zamboanga City.

Swimming lessons for the Tadpole (3 to 6 years old), Basic (at least 7-year olds), Intermediate, Advanced and Competitive brackets are held Mondays to Saturdays with six time slots per day available in Manila (Zen Towers near SM Manila), Pasay City (Southeastern College), Las Pinas (Philamlife Village, BF Resort Village & Citadella Village), Paranaque (Tahanan Village), Sta. Rosa, Laguna (Dominican College) and Zamboanga City (Marcian Hotel).

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