Two basketball shooting clinics offered by Higher Hoops will take place at Cheney Middle School, for boys and girls in grades 4-9.
Higher Hoops, a non-profit basketball organization based in Spokane, will offer its first clinic on March 3-4 and the second clinic on March 10-11.
Clinics each weekend are identical, with grades 4-6 attending the clinic from 1:30-3 p.m. each day, followed by grades 6-9 from 3:30-5 p.m. Sixth graders can attend either session.
Costs for the two-day clinic is $55 with registration in advance, or $65 at the door.
The application form and more information can be obtained online at www.higherhoops.com.
Space is limited to ensure a proper ratio of five players to every coach. Players will receive a shooting handout and a shooting workout.
There will also be raffles for two $50 gift certificates to Higher Hoops summer camps.
Higher Hoops will also be involved this spring in the Cheney School District's after school activities program.
The executive director of Higher Hoops is John Reed, and the associate director is former University of Portland basketball player Brant Minor.