DMCV Sharks Girls Under 16 Elite Team celebration

Coach Felicia Kappes, the Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks Girls Under-16 Elite team, Sharks board president John Bosman, and Sharks Director of Club Operations Shannon Mac Millan joined local residents at Barnes and Noble to promote the Safe Fields Campaign

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The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks (DMCVS) Soccer Club recently announced the Safe Fields Campaign, an initiative to ensure DMCVS continues to secure an adequate number of the safest and best maintained fields for more than 3,000 children playing soccer in the North County community. DMCVS kicked off the Safe Fields Campaign on Sept. 29 with a week-long Book Fair at Barnes & Noble located at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center.

The DMCVS Safe Fields Book Fair held another event at Barnes & Noble on Oct. 5 celebrating the DMCVS Girls Under 16 Elite Team, which recently clinched the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship. San Diego City Councilmember Sherri Lightner presented a proclamation to the team, who were available for book signings. Visit www.DMCVSharks.com for more information.

Photos/Jon Clark

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks launch Safe Fields Campaign
  2. Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks launch Safe Fields Campaign
  3. The road to #1 with the DMCV Sharks GU15 Elite Team
  4. DMCV Sharks Girls U8 White team Champions at Rancho Santa Fe Attack Classic soccer tournament
  5. Del Mar/Carmel Valley Sharks under-15 Elite girls soccer team celebrates state championship title

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