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Register NOW for Winter Programs   We offer a wide variety of Preschool and Youth Programs ranging from arts & crafts, athletics, camps, youth centers, special events, playground programs and many more!  You are sure to find something of interest to your family.

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Programs offered during the Summer Season:
Little Sluggers T-Ball (ages 3-4) Pee Wee T-Ball (ages 4-7)
Lob Ball (ages 6-10)
Instructional Softball (girls ages 7-11) Mini Kickers: Intro to Soccer (ages 2-3) Little Kickers: Intro to Soccer (ages 3-4) Kickin’ Kids Soccer Training (ages 4-6) Big Kickers: Soccer Training (ages 6-10) Flag-Football (ages 5-11)
Volleyball (ages 7-12)
Itty Bitty Basketball (ages 2-4)  Pee Wee Basketball (ages 5-12) Youth Tennis Lessons (ages 5-18) Supervised Playgrounds (ages 5+)
Middle/High School Basketball Leagues

Learn to Swim Lessons

Pee Wee/Junior Golf Tour

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Little Sluggers T-Ball

Little Sluggers: T-ball Training T-Ball is a great sport for developing hand/eye coordination and social skills and it is just plain fun! Your child will be introduced to throw- ing, catching, hitting, base running and the mechanics of baseball in this non-competitive, instructional program. Little Sluggers instruction is conducted through demonstrations and drills; scrimmages and competitions are not part of the program. Participants must be the minimum age before the start of the program session.

 Pee Wee T-Ball

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Pee Wee T-ball is a non-competitive, instructional program that teaches throwing, catching, fielding, batting and base running through demonstrations and drills. The program will end with a T-Ball Showcase at Lawton Park on August 4. Ages 4-6. 

Lob Ball

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Instructional Softball

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Mini Kickers & Little Kickers: Intro to Soccer

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*Adult participation required
Basic soccer skills and terminology are the focus of this non-competitive, instructional program. Instruction is through demonstrations and skill games.

Kickin’ Kids

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Kickin’ Kids is a non-competitive, instructional program designed to help young athletes develop basic soccer skills and learn the rules of the game. Emphasis is on sportsmanship, teamwork and FUN. The program will end with a Soccer Showcase at Kreager Park on August 5 and 6. Ages 4-6.

Big Kickers:  Soccer Training

Big Kickers focuses on soccer strategy and game situations and requires some previous soccer experience in an organized program. Participants under the age of seven will be required to show proof of previous soccer experience. The season will end with a Soccer Showcase on August 5 and 6. Ages 6-10. Registration deadline: June 3..

Flag-Football

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Our non-competitive Flag Football program is designed to teach the basic skills in passing, running, offense and defense while emphasizing teamwork and sportsmanship. Players will learn skills and lessons that help them succeed both on and off the field. There will be a Football Showcase on August 3. 

Itty Bitty Basketball

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Your child may not come out of this class an all-star, but they will learn the fundamentals of basketball such as ball handling, passing and shooting. We’ll provide appropriately sized basketballs and portable 6-foot goals. Ages 2-4.

Pee Wee Basketball

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Pee Wee Basketball focuses on fundamental basketball skills such as dribbling, passing and shooting, as well as the rules of the game in a non-competitive environment. The program is open to boys and girls kindergarten through 5th grades. Goals will be lowered for the K-2 grade level. The program will end with a special showcase on July 30 at which time each group will play a game against another park site. Each participant will receive a t-shirt.

Instructional Basketball
Keep an eye out for our NEW Summer Instructional Basketball program for boys and girls ages 7-12 coming in July! This program will focus on basic skills such as dribbling, shooting, passing and ball handling. Watch for complete details in our Summer Fun Times booklet in mid-May.

Tennis Lessons
Tennis promotes physical fitness and out-performs other sports in developing personality charcteristics such as sociability, creativity and assertiveness.  Start playing today! 
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Testimonials

Mini Kickers

This program was a great way to introduce the kids to any sport. Sam R.

Thank you for being patient with our kids.  You guys rock! May God bless you! Ana L.

Great starter program for kids.  Todd L.

Little Kickers

This program was an excellent way to ease my son (age 4) into playing soccer in a group setting.  He very much enjoyed it! The location was convenient and the staff was professional. Megan S.

I am very pleased with how well the staff is with the children.  Amanda K.

I feel like we have found something my daughter will be passionate about growing up thanks to these two wonderful coaches. Loren N.

Big Kickers

We were very happy with the program, our son had fun and learned the fundamentals of soccer. Matt E.

Seems to be a great entry into soccer.  Staff did a good job of teaching techniques and skills. Dustin O.

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