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Park Department Newsletter Vol. 2 ◊ Issue 2 New Programs Abound The holidays are past, and it seems spring is a long way off. Many of us are feeling the “winter blues” at this time of year. Take heart! We have many fun events and activities scheduled in the next few months that are guaranteed to lift your spirits and get you out and moving! Buck Hill Sledding Buck Hill in Schilton Park remains a family favorite for sledding. Bundle up the kids (and yourself) and grab your sleds, snowboards, and saucers for a day of fun. Kids’ Craft Day This event promises fun for kids ages 3 to 10. Age-appropriate craft areas will be set up for each age group. Youngest participants will make a sock doll (with a parent’s help). Activities for older kids range from beading to painting to soap-making. Nominal fees cover materials used. Valentine’s Day Dance On Saturday, February 9, a
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Unformatted text preview: Valentine’s Day Dance will be held in the Red Room at the Park Department Conference Facility. The dance will feature a disc jockey, refreshments, and a silent auction. Proceeds will be directed to future park improvements. Call the Park Department at 555-8750 for tickets. Volunteers Needed The Park Department always needs volunteers. Past projects completed with volunteer help include painting the bleachers at the baseball diamonds, planting flowers and bulbs, park cleanup, and cleaning and stocking the concession stands. If you use any of the park facilities, volunteering is a great way to express your appreciation. Check with Trent Dellman at the Park Department office for volunteer opportunities. Upcoming Events The table below lists some of the upcoming park events. Plan your activities and reserve your places early!...
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