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A hockey clinic was held Thursday, Aug. 9, at the Flagler County Youth Center to introduce local youth to the sport.
“It’s going to take a grassroots effort to get things going,” said Steve Heroux, who helped organize the event.
The clinic, which was run by members of the Flagler Ball Hockey League, was the first of its kind in Flagler County and aimed to teach the basics of the game, including the rules and positions.
“This doesn’t end tonight,” Heroux told the kids. “We want you to tackle it at home, learn the game and watch it on T.V.”
Heroux said he hopes to hold a clinic every couple of months and to eventually start a youth hockey league.
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