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    Athletic Clubs & Organizations in Kingston

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    Business Listing   American Legion Post No 644 - Kingston, PA - Phone: (570) 287-9400

    Business Listing   B P O Elk 109 - Kingston, PA - Phone: (570) 714-2616

    Business Listing   Kidspeace National Centers for Kids in Crisis - Kingston, PA - Phone: (570) 287-5339

    Business Listing   Kingston Lodge 395 F & A M - Kingston, PA - Phone: (570) 287-1490

    Business Listing   Kingston Municipality - Police Department- Recreation Department - Kingston, PA - Phone: (570) 287-1106

    Business Listing   Roosevelt Field - Kingston, PA - Phone: (570) 283-1426

    Business Listing   Wyoming Valley Pilots Club - Kingston, PA - Phone: (570) 288-9709

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    Helpful Definition for: Athletic Clubs & Organizations

    'Athletic Clubs and Organizations' are related to different sports and different teams which function under one large organization. Athletic clubs are also known sports clubs. In Kingston Various sports like baseball, volleyball, cricket, boxing, tennis, gymnastics, etc, have various sports departments in these athletic clubs and organizations.

    In Kingston, the athletes and teams of an athletic club or organization participate in tournaments, championship leagues, etc, wearing the same club logo and name. Though the sports may be different but the logo remains same for all the participants of that particular athletic organization. The athletic clubs and organizations in Kingston use sponsorship contracts, registration fees, etc, as sources for their financing.

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