Gymsitters football game-day child-care program returns


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CLEMSON — Clemson University’s campus recreation department is bringing back its popular Gymsitters program that provides care for children ages 3 to 10 during select Clemson football games.

This year, Gymsitters will be open for the Ball State game on Sept. 8 (kickoff at 12:30 p.m.), the Furman game on Sept. 15 (kickoff at 3 p.m.) and the Homecoming game against Maryland on Nov. 10 (kickoff time TBA). Parents can drop children off at Fike Recreation Center 30 minutes prior to kickoff and pick them up immediately following the game.

Registration is $50 per child, per game, and must be completed by the Monday prior to game day. If space is available, registration may be made after the Monday deadline for $60 per child. Each session is limited to 50 participants and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Children participating will receive a snack, a craft and a T-shirt.

The program is a fun and safe way for children to get the Clemson game-day experience, even if they don’t have a ticket to the game, said Susan Pope, director of fitness services and programs for campus recreation.

To register, download the form or visit the Fike Recreation Center front desk.

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