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OBGC, OFA Coaches To Host Biddy Basketball

Updated: Jan 20

The Ogdensburg Boys and Girls Club and the Ogdensburg Free Academy Basketball Coaching Staff has announced that it will be conducting the Biddy Basketball Program focusing on skills and drills beginning on Saturday, January 30th.

There will be two sessions 9:00 AM-10:00 AM for 3rd and 4th grade boys and girls and 10:30 AM-11:30 AM for 5th and 6th grade boys and girls . OFA Coaches Mark Henry, Doug Loffler and Bill Merna will coordinate the program with assistance from the OBGC Staff.

Due to COVID-19 there will be no one other than participants and a limited number of staff admitted with all state and local guidelines regarding COVID-19 being followed including temperature and wellness checks, masks required for participants and Coaches, a limit of 18 participants per session with 6 participants at three baskets, frequent hand sanitizing and cleaning of equipment and practicing social distancing.

Forms are available at www.obgclub. com or by calling 315-393-1241 and picking up before 1:30 PM daily. Forms can be returned to A Membership Form, Participant Form and COVID Waiver Release Liability Form must be on file to ensure a spot. Due to a generous donation there will be no charge for participation. The intention is to conduct the program for six weeks.

Biddy Basketball will start soon at the OBGC with HOF Coach Bill Merna continuing association with the program
Friendships will be resumed at Biddy Basketball. (Mel Cobb Photo)

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