The Little Rascalz

Little Rascalz soccer campers played at Torrey Highlands Park on Tuesday morning. The children learned the very basics of soccer with games that had them running, kicking and giggling. Little Rascalz holds classes throughout the year, including one for moms and children. That class starts on Sept. 9 at Carmel Knolls and Carmel Grove Parks. Visit www.littlerascalzsoccer.com.

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