by Julian Whittam
The North Dundas United Soccer Club (NDUSC) is offering summer outdoor soccer programs for children aged 3 to 12 in Mountain and in Chesterville. They plan to offer a 10-week season starting at the end of June and going until the beginning of September, but start dates to the season may be modified depending on health restrictions at that time.
Even though the outlook for the summer currently seems very positive, the club understands that there may be some uncertainty over the possibility of running a program this summer, so for this year people can register now, but the NDUSC won’t be collecting payment until the season is confirmed. Registration is through the website – ndusc.ca
The club will do everything it can to provide a safe and fun environment this summer, so NDUSC will be following all health and safety guidelines for youth soccer as laid out by Ontario Soccer and the Eastern Ontario Health Unit.
NDUSC is 100% volunteer run, and is always looking for more help. They need parent coaches to make the season a success and this year there will be even more opportunities than ever for behind the scenes help if people want to volunteer, but don’t want to coach.
NDUSC also runs adult programs and more information will be available on adult soccer shortly. Because the adult teams usually play in leagues that are based in Ottawa, the club is waiting to see what health restrictions will allow when we come out of the current stay-at-home orders.
Questions can be directed to [email protected]