The ACFC (Active Citizens for Children) have completed the “design” phase of the “Woodworks” re-construction project and a schematic of the park has been done.
The ACFC has quickly embarked on fundraising efforts to include a “Masquerade Ball” and “Haunted Carnival” in the next coming months; volunteer recruitment for this project is also on-going. More information as this project and fund-raising events develop.
Soccer fields are being prepped for “squaring and painting” this week for the upcoming AYSO and CHS Soccer seasons. Goals shall be placed next week. A total of 12 soccer fields will be utilized for practice and play in this year’s AYSO and CHS seasons.
Teams are being formed and schedules are being prepared for the upcoming AYSO Soccer Season. Teams from U-5 to U-16 will begin practice this week. The numbers are up with over 200 kids registered for play this year. AYSO Soccer is anticipated to begin in Mid-October and culminate at the State Games in Wellington on MLK week-end January 2013.
CPAC (Clewiston Preforming Arts Center) has begun instruction this week in all their dance, tumbling and cheer classes. Please contact CPAC at 983-8399 after 3:00 p.m.for more information.
Sugar Dolls Baton and Pom-Pom, a division of 5 Star Youth of America, began classes this week at the Youth Center on Tues. beginning at 4:00 p.m. Space is still available, please call Jackie Tucker at 983-2298 for additional information regarding classes.
“After School Tutoring” for Elementary and Middle School aged children will take place at the Youth Center beginning in the 2nd week of October on Mondays -Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Plans are being formulated and volunteers recruited for our next Clewiston Recreation Dept. Community event. The “Fall Festival” is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, October 27th
Go to www.clewistonrecreation.com to check us out and get information regarding all your recreational needs.