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SPORTS PART TWO REGISTER ONLINE: 97 General Sports Sports of All Kinds (age 5–8) Do you want your child to start trying different sports, but are not sure where to start? This class will help get your child active. The class will cover a different sport each week and teach the fundamental skills of each sport. The goal is to teach the basics in an introductory, positive, and fun environment. Location: Bond Park Community Center Instructor: Laura Gnewuch Fees: $60(R) $78(N) (6 classes) 100174 Tue Jan 17–Feb 21 5–5:45 p.m. 100175 Tue Mar 14–Apr 25 5–5:45 p.m. (no class April 11) Track and Field Clinic (age 5 & up) Get up and get moving! Fit and Able Productions combines technical development and fundamental techniques with safety and a major focus on fun! The exercises and drills will prepare athletes for a future in cross-country, track and fi eld events, and distance running, while inspiring a love for running and being active. Location: Mills Park Track Instructor: Fit and Able Coaches Fees: $5(R) $7(N) (1 class) 100266 Sun Jan 15 2:30–4:30 p.m. 100267 Sun Feb 19 2:30–4:30 p.m. 100268 Sun Mar 12 2:30–4:30 p.m. 100269 Sun Mar 26 2:30–4:30 p.m. Archery Archery (age 8 & up) Learn the basics of using a bow and arrow. You will work on form, safety, technique, and how to properly use the equipment in this fun hands-on class. All equipment is provided. Location: Middle Creek Community Center Instructor: NC Bowhunter's Association Fees: $25(R) $32(N) (6 classes) 99868 Wed Jan 11–Feb 15 5:30–6:30 p.m. 99869 Wed Mar 1–Apr 5 5:30–6:30 p.m. 99870 Wed Apr 19–May 24 5:30–6:30 p.m. Youth Sports Youth sports programs are designed to provide a fun learning and growing experience for boys and girls. Participants can benefi t from league play in baseball, softball, volleyball, and basketball, as well as a variety of sports camps/clinics in volleyball, baseball, golf, softball, tennis, and basketball. These programs are designed to provide a competitive recreation opportunity that promotes fi tness and well- being to the participants through team and individual league play. The goals of the program include participation, skill development, sportsmanship, and fun. YOUTH SPORTS PHILOSOPHY Fun—Learning to play for the purpose of enjoying participation. Participation—Providing equal opportunity for play. Sportsmanship—Actively expanding the individual's social ability to demonstrate fair play. Skill Development—Gaining expertise to expand the individual participant's potential through practice and play. A full credit will be granted upon receipt of a written request at least seven days prior to the fi rst day of a league, clinic, class, or camp. A $5 fee applies for a refund request. REFUNDS/WITHDRAWALS SPRING YOUTH BASEBALL LEAGUE

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