is calling for all boys and girls ages seven to 15 who are interested in receiving instructions in the fundamentals of basketball skills which will include developmental drills and games.
Don’t miss out on this fun-filled sport by joining the basketball league this summer at the Forest Hills Park on Ardmore Boulevard. Registration is $40 for residents; $50 for non-residents. The fee will go toward buying t-shirts and equipment.
Please fill out the registration form shown below and send in with your check or money order by June 13. The fun will begin mid-summer. For more information, call 412-351-7330 x220.
Please make check or money order payable to the Borough of Forest Hills, and mail to the Forest Hills Borough, Attention: Cindy Simm, Recreation Director, 2071 Ardmore Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15221.
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Resident Fee: $40 Non-resident Fee: $50
Due date to send in registration: June 13.
Meet Coach Joe DeGregorio:
Since last summer, Coach DeGregorio, a resident of Forest Hills, took up volunteering for the Forest Hills Basketball League and has done an outstanding job in such a short time. Being a former assistant coach at the University of Pittsburgh, Coach DeGregorio is by no means a novice when it comes to the sport of basketball; his experience spans decades of working in and around it, His career started at the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree, majoring in physical education.
His coaching experience is a who’s-who of schools that include: Coventry High School in Connecticut; East Stroudsburg State College in Pennsylvania; Assistant Athletic Director and Assistant Basketball Coach at Niagara University in New York, Head Basketball Coach at Clarion State College in Clarion, Pennsylvania and Assistant Coach at the University of Pittsburgh for Roy Chipman.
In addition, DeGregorio has also been a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches, and the Western Pennsylvania Coaches Association.
Coach DeGregorio has a plethora of experience when it comes to the game of “b-ball” and the Recreation Department here at Forest Hills is thrilled he now wants to take the time to teach the local kids the art of the game. So sign-up soon and let’s have another great year of basketball here in Forest Hills.