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Regular physical activity benefits health in many ways, and the Club offers healthy experiences for all ages.
Sports activity helps children develop and improve cognitive skills, and physically active children are 1/10 as likely to be obese, are 15% more likely to go to college, and experience lower levels of depression and higher self esteem.¹ Our Club programs foster teamwork, participation, fairness, and positive social skills in a fun, supportive atmosphere.
Fall & Spring Basketball Leagues
These leagues are played at our Raymond P. Lavietes Clubhouse in Shelton, and are geared to developing players’ basketball skills, sportsmanship, and gamesmanship through game play. Open to youth in grades three through high school, the leagues run in the fall and in the spring. Registration is required. There is an additional cost for each of these leagues. For full details and to register, visit our Basketball page here.
Kidsafe Karate & Self Defense
KidSafe is self-defense and safety awareness for boys and girls ages 5 to 15. Held in our Raymond P. Lavietes Clubhouse in Shelton, the program is operated by KidSafe Youth Programs Connecticut LLC. Three sessions are held during the school year: in the fall, winter, and spring. Students are placed into classes according to age and ability. A black belt instructor teaches beginning, intermediate, and advanced techniques for self defense, discipline, and defense rather than aggressiveness. Registration required. There is an additional cost for this program. For full details and to register, visit our Karate page here.
Geared to ages 4 years through high school, Indoor Soccer focuses on the development of soccer skills and fundamentals. Games are held weekly. Registration required. There is an additional cost for this league. This league is run by the Shelton Youth Soccer Organization at our Raymond P. Lavietes Clubhouse in Shelton. Registration opens in late fall; season starts in January.
A comprehensive health and wellness program that strives to improve the overall health of Club members by increasing their daily physical activity, teaching them good nutrition, and helping them develop healthy relationships.
¹Source: Aspen Project Play. Project Play develops, applies, and shares knowledge that helps build healthy communities through sports. https://www.aspenprojectplay.org/youth-sports/facts/benefits