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Celebrating over 30 years of service in Eastern Wake County!

EWSA WEATHER HOTLINE – 919-831-5214.



Addresses

Mailing Address Office Address (by appointment only)
P.O. Box 1496Knightdale, NC 27545 742 McKnight Drive, Suite 215,Knightdale, NC 27545
Phone: 1 (919) 218-9680(Messages are not checked daily – most info is on this site)

East Wake Soccer Travel Try Out Information

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 Premier UK Free Soccer Clinic

April 27th, 2014
4.30pm-6.30pm
East Wake Middle School, Knightdale, NC.

***You Must Register***

***Recreation Soccer Players Only***

http://www.premieruksoccer.co.uk/registration.html


Soccer Camps coming!!  Offered by Premier UK and Challenger Sports.  Check it out here.

**You Must Register***

http://www.premieruksoccer.co.uk/registration.html

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Please help EWSA keep costs down and volunteer to help paint, setup, and/or take down the fields on the weekends. If everyone across the league pitches in just a ‘wee bit’, it will benefit us all!!!! Especially if you have a game 1st thing in the morning, if you could arrive just a bit earlier and pitch in to setup, that would be great. Same thing at the tail end. If you know you have a last game of the day, assisting putting away the goals for the field you played on is awesome!!!!! Eliminates the need for someone else to go out of their way to do it.

Painting means to line the fields. Most people do not realize that this is a weekly event. EWSA has the sprayers and paint, we just need an able body to get out there and do it prior to the games (typically, EWSA tries to get it done in the latter half of the week (Thur or Fri)).

Setup means to put out goals and anchor with sand bags and put out flags (U7 and above).

Takedown is the opposite. Put the goals and sandbags back (off to the side of the field, not in the middle) and take down the flags. This will allow the maintenance crews to mow, fertilize, etc. In addition, many of these fields are shared with the schools and they would rather the kids not play on the equipment.