MANASQUAN — Manasquan Recreation’s Warrior Rec wrestling program has returned with Manasquan High School’s new wrestling coach Justin Barowski serving as the program coordinator.
“Coach Barowski’s goal is to provide a safe environment and teach valuable life lessons that come along with the sport of wrestling. The Warrior Wrestling mission is to improve the mental and physical well- being of all our wrestlers through a competitive, fun atmosphere,” according to a statement from the recreation department.
Children from all Manasquan sending districts in grades K-5 can register for the program via Community Pass. A link to Community Pass is located on the borough website’s homepage at www.manasquan-nj.gov.
A Community Pass account is necessary for registration. “The Recreation Department suggests that you register the entire family as this site is used not only for recreation programs but for Manasquan season beach badge purchases as well,” the letter states.
The wrestling program’s registration fee is $100 for the first child, $90 for the second child and $80 for the third child; however, the maximum family fee is $270 as the program is capped at 40 participants.
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