Alberta Chess Association
Grandmaster Chess Camp
Dates: August 2-5, 2016
Location: Renert School
14 Royal Vista Link NW, Calgary, AB
Organizer: Vlad Rekhson vrekhson@yahoo.ca
Time: 9-4 pm.  Before and after care available for $25 a day or $75
for four days.  Before care starts at 8 am, after care ends at 5 pm.
Camp includes: The participants will receive chess instruction
during the morning hours.  In the afternoon they will play a rated
competition game and participate in other fun activities at the
Renert School.  During the lunch hour the participants will be
provided with a snack and will be able to play in the Renert
Jungle Gym!
Format:  The participants will be divided into groups of 6-14
based on age and level. 
Group 1: Rating minimum of 1200+.  This group will receive its
instruction from Grandmaster Victor Mikhalevski.
Group 2: Rating below 1400.  This group will receive one hour of
instruction daily from Grandmaster Mikhalevski and the rest from
other instructors.
Fees: Group 1:  $260
Group 2: $200.
Sibling discount: 10% off the lower fee for second child from the
same family and any additional children.
Please make your payment by calling Renert office at: 403-974-
8600 to pay by credit card, or bring a cheque made out to
Renert Centre on the first day of the camp. 
Daily Activities:

In addition to participating in the camp, each participant will
receive a gift, daily snack, as well as, pizza on the last day! 
Participant's full name
Registration
Please fill out this form before the first day
Additional Medical information (allergies, etc...)
Name of Guardian
Email
Phone Number
Other Information
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Instructors
Grandmaster Victor Mikhalevski (2545 FIDE rating) is the
current champion of Israel.  He is a bronze medal winner
of the 2010 Chess Olympiad with an Israeli team and a
2009 Calgary International Champion.  Besides playing
chess Victor is also a renowned chess coach and author. 
NM Vlad Rekhson: Vlad is a National Chess Master.  He is
the current chess teacher in the Renert School.  Vlad is
the current President of the Alrerta Chess Association.