Friday, September 14, 2012

What To Do In Clewiston This Week

CLEWISTON, FL. -- From the Clewiston Recration Department:

 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 to check us out and get information regarding all your recreational needs.

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