The Kaiser Permanente Community Practice is free and open to the public
SEATTLE – The Seattle Storm today announced the details of this year’s Kaiser Permanente Community Practice on Thursday, July 12 at the Seattle Christian School in SeaTac, Wash. The event, which takes place from 6-8 p.m., is free and open to the public. It will mark the fourth consecutive year in which the Storm holds an open practice in SeaTac.
The event is part of the StormFit presented by Kaiser Permanente platform, which also features a series of basketball clinics and the annual Storm Basketball Camp. To register for clinics or camps, please visit the Storm Cares website.
“The Kaiser Permanente Community Practice offers youth a special opportunity to connect with our players in a fun environment to learn about basketball,” said Storm President & GM Alisha Valavanis. “We are honored to continue this partnership with Kaiser Permanente, the City of SeaTac and Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority.”
Hosted by the City of SeaTac and Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority, the Community Practice is a fun event for kids and families to go behind the scenes at a Storm practice. Fans can watch the team and participate in some of the drills directed by the coaching staff.
The event will feature a chance to watch Storm players practice, games and contests with prizes, autographs, an appearance from Doppler the mascot and a special performance by the Storm Dance Troupe. Giveaways include water bottles, t-shirts for the first 200 participants courtesy of Kaiser Permanente and tickets to Seattle’s home game against New York on Aug. 17 for StormFit Night presented by Kaiser Permanente.
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