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Football clinic offers lessons to area women
For the woman who has found herself confused at her son's football game or at a loss to carry on a conversation about the game with her boyfriend or husband, attending Southeast Missouri State University's Fifth Annual Ladies' Football Clinic on Wednesday might be a good idea.
All 11 of the university's football coaches will be at the clinic to give the football basics.
"It gives them the opportunity to ask questions that they've always wondered about, in a setting where they don't feel stupid," said assistant coach Tony Joe White.
The night starts off at 6 p.m. with a social hour that gives participants a chance to enjoy free drinks and talk with each other. At 7 p.m., the clinic sessions begin and will be divided between beginner and advanced levels.
For more information, contact White at (573) 986-6165.