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Announcement: Raising funds for summer ministry

     What do a garage sale and a basketball camp have in common? Shane Hanson, a 2006 graduate of Temescal Canyon High School and son of Neil and Donna Hanson, is looking forward to taking a ministry trip this summer with the Crossover International basketball team. To help raise money for the trip, he is holding a garage sale at his home at 29031 Yosemite Pl. next Saturday, June 20, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. He welcomes donations for the sale. He also hopes to host a free basketball camp this month at which he will accept donations to Crossover International.
     Following graduation, Shane received a scholarship and played basketball at UC Davis (Division 1) for two years, where he was one of the leading scorers and rebounders during his sophomore year. Shane says he decided to transfer to Chaminade University in Honolulu this past year to pursue his basketball career, starting all six of the games he played until he suffered a season-ending ankle injury.
     I scored 15 points and had nine rebounds against the number one team in the country and eventual national champion, North Carolina Tar Heels, says Shane. I followed up that game with 14 points and five rebounds, shooting a perfect five for five from the floor against the national powerhouse University of Indiana. Academically, Shane says he received a 3.81 this past semester while majoring in Communication Marketing with an emphasis in Broadcasting and Video Editing/Production.
     With the Crossover International basketball team, Shane will be traveling to Central and Northern Europe, playing against various local teams in different countries while conducting basketball clinics and camps for young people, meeting in churches, schools and coffee houses and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ (see www.crossover.org).
     For details about the basketball camp, visit his website at www.prosports42.webs.com, e-mail progressionsports@gmail.com or call 660-1551.
     



  


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