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City of CHENEY KS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EXERCISE, AND/OR FUN TO A LOVED ONE FOR CHRISTMAS, JOIN THE CHENEY - WINTER REATION PROGRAM BOARD OF PARK COW&apos;MISSIONERS Don Wall - Chairman Jim Perez - Vice Chairman Kris Jessett - Secretary Bill Hibbard JerrCummings Ted Edgett Sue Geschke - Jim Reinbold STAFF and Recreation - Robert Hudson Wayne Foland Sor - Barry Peters Leader - Dana McClelland "___IMPORTANT PLEASE READ" REGISTRATION INFORMATION d registration for all "recreation classes" trants for des nated classes will receive s brochure with you to registration, with nota- SSes for which you wish to register, to help process. be paid at the time of registration. Checks to the "City of Chenex". e registrations will be accepted. "NOTICE" RECREATION PROGRAM ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT OF THE ACTIVITIES THAT THE RISK OF INJURY THE CITY OF CHENEY ASSUMES NO IES INCURRED DURING PARTICIPATION AND PROVIDES FOR SUCH INJURIES PARTICIPATION IN PRO- IPANTS OWN RISK. PRE-REGISTRATION be accepted at the following times, dates, OFFICE - 520 4th St., Fisher Admin. Bldg !'22, I0 AM - 6 PM 4-7, I0-II, 9 AM - 5 PM .... .... ...... .... maximum numbers of participants per class hed to attempt to provide the people of Cheney ity of activities possible Therefore, it is )re-register to ensure your place in the of the class. Your place in the class ster ACTIVITIES SCHEDULES ties will begin during the week of January stated in the activity description. CLASS CANCELLATIONS Recreation Department reserves the right to insufficient registration or any other COntrol. "REFUNDS" mted after classes and activities have encourages all participants to shedule y so that no conflicts occur. AD_DITIONAL INFORMATION t may be obtained by calling the City of Department at 235-6134, 9.:00 a.m. hrough Friday. Messages may be left at the day or night. may be obtained at the Cheney Parks and Well as the following locations: City Hall, (PUB), Cheney Public Library, Robert's Dk and Brush and all public school offices. "SPECIAL NOTE" ion of Eastern Washington University the open to Cheney residents during the mming programs will be held at the new ocated in Phase V of the H.P.E.R.A. com- )n Street on campus. A special thanks is ton University for its excellent its facilities! 4QUATICS Y 4 LAP SWIMMING Friday, 12 Noon - i:00 p.m. Ig Pool, Phase V Saturday, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Ig Pool, Phase V ]dren under 17 years of age must be by an adult or they will not be admitted) turday, 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ng Pool, Phase V ol be closed on University holidays will altered during quarter breaks. SSON PROGRAM iOns are to help you find the appropriate registfrclasses.for ; ..... CTION TO WATER " for four and five year olds to prepare class will cover safety rules, breath Ing, and backstroke exposure. (Students Years of age prior to the first lesson.) of this course, parents must never be left unsupervised around qlft Cartlfleetal Available EGINNERS The purpose of this course is to equip the individual with basic water safety skills and knowledge in order to make them reasonably safe while in, on, or about the water. However, even after the completion of this course, parents must realize that children should never be left unsupervised around water! ADVANCED BEGINNERS The student enrolling in this course must be able to dive into deep water and swim at least three body lengths under water, surface, float for 30 seconds and swim 70 yards using Pither the elementary back stroke or crawl. INTERMEDIATE , _ '__;. This class is offered to those students who have successfully completed Advanced Beginners. ADULT BEGINNERS This class is designed for adults who want. to learn how to swim or even those who just want to improve their basic stroke. A maximum of 10 students per class will be enrolled for all classes except for Introduction to Water, which will be limited to eight (8) students. A minimum of 6 students will be required for all classes. Swimming lesson fees are $6.50 Jan. 15 - March 19 (Saturdays only) - Beginning & Ending Dates Swimmin 9 Session AI. Intro to Water A2. Beginners A3 Beginners A4. Advanced Beginners A5. Intro. to Water Ab. Beginners A7. Adult Beginners A8. Intermediates 10:30-11:30 a.m. 10:30-11:30 a.m. 10:30-11:30 a.m. 10:30-11:30 a.m. 11:35-12:35 p.m. 11:35-12:35 p.m. - 11:35-12:35 p.m. 11:35-12:35, PERFORMING ARTS i. AEROBIC DANCE A total physical fitness program that strengthens and tones muscles and improves cardiovascular fitness through dance. No dance experience is necessary. Both sessions may be paid for during pre-registration. Save $2.00 by registering for both sessions early! Any class missed may be made up on another day with permission from the instructor. Age: 16 years and older Men. Qty. 15 Max. Qty. 30 Beg. Date: January 17 Day & Time: Man. & Wed. 7:30-8:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Four (2 Sessions) Location: City Hall Auditorium Fee: $1000 ($9.00) Instructor: Diane Woodard 2. AEROBIC DANCE Age: 16 years and older Beg. Date: January 18 Day & Time: Tue. & Thur. 7:00-8:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Four (only i session) Location: Fisher Admin. Bldg. Gymnastics Room Fee: $10.00 ($9.00) Instructor: Diane Woodard 3. SOCIAL DANCE This class will offer a large variety of dance steps that you and your partner will enjoy learning. The steps you learn can be applied to most styles and types of music. This is a great opportunity to meet new couples, get some exercise, and have a good time. Age: 16 years and older Min. Qty. 6 Max. Qty. 30 Beg. Date: January 13 Day & Time: Thurs. 7:00 (Beg.) 8:00 (Inter.) 9:00 (Adv.) No. of Weeks: Six ,. ,.,.. Location: City Hall Auditorium  I ' Fee: $40.00 per couple >IAh Instructor: Dan & Bea Cheek , )/ ) ................................. -7-_ lhis class is designed to introduce children to the various forms of dance. The instructor will emphasize modern and jazz dance steps and routines. Children should wear cool and loose fitting clothing. Age: 7-|2 years old Men. Qty. 8 Max. Qty. 20 Beg. Date: January I8 Day & Time: Tue-Ihur.. 3:30-4:30 (4-6 years) mw, 4:30-5:30 (7-12 years) r, No. of Weeks: Six Location: City Hall Auditorium ']BI, '." Fee: $13.00 ($12.00) ,......"' Instructor: Cynthia Oyoloker " A great opportunity to learn a|I the latest jazz and modern dance steps and routines. Participants will also gain body conditioning awareness tips. Age: 16 years and older Men. Qty. 8 Max. Qty. 20 Beg. Date: January 17 . Day & Time: Man. & Wed. 6:00-7:00 p.m. (2> No. of Weeks: Six  Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. Gymnastics Room Fee: $11.00 ($10.00) Instructor: CYnthia Oyoloker 7. BEGINNING GUITAR Learn how to play a variety of chords in just a short time! Basic techniques of chording, strumming, and tuning will be taught. Students must furnish their arm guitar. Age: 12 years and older Men. Qty. 6 Max. Qty. 15 Beg. Date: January 20 Day & Time: Thurs., 6:00-7:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. Room 304 Fee: $I1.00 ($10.00) Instructor: John Scholer 8. INTERMEDIATE GUITAR The instructor will emphasize more difficult and complex chording and techniques. Age: 12 years and older Beg. Date: January 20 Day & Time: Thurs., 7:00-8:00 No. of Weeks: Eight Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. Fee: $11.00 ($10.00) Instructor: John Scholer Men. Qty. 6 Max. Qty. 15 p.m. Room 304 9. TAI-CHI-CHU'AN Tai Chi is a 2000 year old Chinese martial art dance that it is said, "can nurish the body and calm the spirit". The instructor will teach the "Chin" method. Age: 16 years and older Beg. Date: January 17 Day & Time: Man. & Wed., 4:00-5:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight . Location: City Hall Auditorium Fee: $3.00 ($2.00) Instructor: Fred Pierce SPORTS & FITNESS 10. YOUTH BOWLING The class will provide a great opportunity for young people to learn the game and develop their skills. The approach, delivery, and spare positioning are examples of skills that will Be covered. Fees will cover shoes, rentals, games, and instructions. Registration for this class will be held at the bowling alley only! Age: 8-17 years of age Men. Qty. 12 Max. Qty. 32 Beg. Date: January 18  Day & Time: Tues., 3:30-4:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Six Location: Cheney Bowl Fee: $15.00 Instructor: Jim Dyck Gift Certlflcatea Available 11. MEN'S HALFCOURT BASKETBALL LEAGUE The objective of the league is to provide a non-competitive, low-key basketball experience for participants. An organiza- tional meeting will be held January 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the Fisher Admen. Bldg. for those interested in entering a team or joining a team. Age: 25 years and older Men. 4 teams Max. 12 teams Beg. Date: January 20 Day & Time: Thurs., 6:00-10:00 p.m. L. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. Gym and Salnave Gym Fee: $30.00 per team, $5.00 per player 12. YOUTH BASKETBALL ( BOYS & GIRLS) The goal of the program is to teach the youngsters sports- manship, teamwork, and the fundamentals of basketball. The clinic is designed to stress fun and participation more than winning and losing. All participants should bring their own gym clothes, towels, and gym shoes. Age: Grades 4,5,6 Men. Qty. ]5 Max. Qty. 50 Beg. Date: January 15 Day & Time: Sat., lO:30-Noon _  No. of Weeks: Seven Location: Salnave Gym Fee: $10.00 ($9.00) includes T-shirt Instructor: Steve Larson 13 & 14. GYMNASTICS - PRESCHOOL & BEGI-NNING Gymnastics is a super way for children to tumble away their energy. The basic fundamentals of this beautiful sport will be emphasized. Age: 5-6 (Preschool), 7-18 (Beginning) Beg. Date: January 17 Day & Time: Man. & Wed., 7:00-8:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Four (2 sessions) Location: EWU Gymnastics Room Phase IT Fee: $13.00 ($12.00) per session Supervisor: Diana Wilkerson 15 & 16. GYMNASTICS - INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED Instructors will teach the students more difficult and com- plex moves and routines. Age: 7-18 years Beg. Date: January 18 I Day & Time: Tue. & Thurs., 7:00-8:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Four (2 sessions) Location: EWU Gymnastics Room Phase IT Fee: $13.00 ($12.00) per session Supervisor: Diana Wilkerson 17. RACQUETBALL, TENNIS, WEIGHTROOM INFO. Through the Tri-Agency Agreement the E.W.U. racquetball and tennis courts are open to the public on a reservation system. Call 359-6357 or 359-7994 weekdays between 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. for reservations. Reservations are taken Friday morning for Saturday and Sunday use. Check the schedule at the door for hours of operation. The activities calendar at the weight room explains open hours available for free participation. Age: 16-18 year olds need to obtain a waiver at the equip- ment room if not accompanied by an adult. Participants under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Equipment may be checked out in the equipment room but you must have proper I.D. (prefer Washington driver's license or school I.D.) 18. BEGINNING CROSS COUNTRY SKIING The instructor will teach and demonstrate the basics of cross country skiing. Body conditioning, equipment, proper cloth- ing, and various techniques are examples of the areas to be covered. Students must provide their own equipment. Age: 12 years and older Min. 8 Max. 20 Beg. Date: January 15 (depending on snow conditions) (# Day & Time: Sat., lO:30-Noon v_]l' No. of Weeks: Three  ' Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. "'-'v Fee: $600 ($5.00) ) Instructor: Karen Johnston __#.6,/J  With Mother Nature's cooperation, we hope to offer another winter of skiingat fabulous 49 o North. School bus trans- portation is provided and will be picking up skiers at the high school parking lot (South side). Approximate depart- ure time is 7:00 a.m. with a 6:30 p.m. return. Parental discretion is advised for younger children, since there will be no supervision on the slopes. All children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Program begins January 15. Several alternative packages are offered. Ski Pgcks_kg_es Available =1 6 one and a half hour lesons 6 all day lift tickets 6 all day rentals (skis, boots, poles) Cost: SI07.00 :2 6 one and a half hour lessons 6 all day lift tickets Cost: $68.00 ,'3 6 all day lift tickets Cost: $57.00 =4 6 one and a half hour lessons Cost: $29.00 =5 Bus Transportation 6 tKips for $35.00 (Space available rides - $8.00 per trip) 20..SKIING - TUESDAYS -490 NORTH A great chance for the House Spouse, students, and others to beat the weekend crowds and save money. The resort has offered us a special Tuesday price rate that is hard to turn down! Transportation will not be provided but our department will be glad to help organize car pools. The program is scheduled to begin January 11. =I 6 one and a half hour lessons 6 all day lift tickets 6 all Cost: day rentals$74.00(skis, boots, poles) i =2 6 one and a half hour lessons 6 all day lift tickets ." Cost: $5150 .#m =3 6 all day lift tickets r Cost: $33.00 4 6 one and a half hour lessons Cost: $25.00 21. DROP-IN VOLLEYBALL A good opportunity to just "drop in" and form your own team and play volleyball. This will be a supervised activity. Age: 16 years and older r Min. Qty. 12 Max. Qty. 40 Beg. Date: January 17 m#-<l Day & Time: Man., 7:00-9:00 p.m. "(I No. of Weeks: Six - Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. Gym II.,( - I Fee: 25 per person per night IIuiI  22__:__. JACK-N'JILL VOLLEYBAL___L. IT m" " Guys 'n' gals practice setting, digging and spiking ----- Volleyba11 is here! The league will be strictly recreational with emphasis placed on fun not winning and losing. An organizational meeting will be held Tuesday, January 18 at 7:00 p.m. in the Fisher Admen. Bldg. for those interested in joining the league. Age: 16 years and older Men. 4 teams Max. 8 teams Beg. Date: January 26 Day & Time: Wed., 7:00-9:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Six Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. Gym Fee: To be determined 23. WOMEN'S EXERCISE The instructor will teach and demonstrate structural limber- ing and exercise skills. The skills you learn will help you to lose those extra inches and firm and tone your muscles. Age: 15 years and older Men. Qty. 10 Max. Qty. 30 Beg. Date: January 17 Day&Time:No. of Weeks:Mn" & Wed. ,Eight 7:00-8:00 p.m. am, ..FL.F_ Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. Gymnastics Re Fee: $8.00 ($7.00) _zz Instructor: Cynthia Oyoloker ! Thursday, December 9, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 13  --W-ON   - N-OTE -Th-c-F This exercise class is designed for the working woman and the housewife. Age: 15 years and older Men. Qty. 12 Max. Qty. 25 Beg. Date: January 17 Day & Time: Man. & Wed. & Fri., 12:10-12:50 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. Gymnastics Room Fee: $11.00 ($i0.00) Instructor: Cynthia Oyoloker soc Here is an excellent opportunity to keep your soccer skills sharp all year long! This is not a league or team activity. Players will be devided by age-goups and randomly placed on sides each Saturday. The program is designed to be a fun and instructional experience instead of a competitive experience. Age: 9-17 years old Men. Qty. 10 Max. Qty. 40 Beg. Date: Janaury 22 Day & Time: Saturday afternoons ( j No. of Weeks: Six Location: To be determined Fee: $7.00 ($6.00) 26. YOUTH WRE=-S-T-I-N- The program is designed to teach the fundamentals of wrestl- ing. Instructors will demonstrate and teach the latest moves, holds, and takedowns. Age: Grades 4-9 Men. Qty. IO Max. Qty. 25 Beg. Date: January 15 Day & Time: Sat., 1:00-2:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Five Location:Fee: $9.00Fisher($8.00)Admin" Bldg. Gymnastics Room//Z ,,' Instructor: Staff "Yf" ARTS & CRAFTS 27. CALLIGRAHP-HY Learn the "Old English" way to write. This fancy way of lettering is an artistic form of calligraphy. The flowing letters make flyers, poems and letters look much more elaborate. Age: 16 years and older Men. Qty. 10 Max. Qty, 20 Beg. Date: January 18 Day & Time: Tuesday, 6:30-9:30 p.m. C No. of Weeks: Six Location: Cheney High School Art Room Fee: $15.00 ($14.00) Instructor: Margaret McGough 28. FREE HAND DRAWING This is a workshop class designed to develop and practice the techniques of free hand drawing. Students will learn contrast, value studies, and perspective line drawing skills. Pencils and charcoal wil| be used. Age: 12 years and older Men. Qty. 8 Max. Qty. 15 Beg. Date: January 19 Day & Time: Wed., 7:00-9:00 p.m. F No. of Weeks: Six Location: Fisher Admen. Bldg. Room 305 Fee: $9.00 ($8.00) plus materials Instructor: Marian Hallmark-Weekes 29. OIL & ACRYLIC PAINTING Painting is a super way to express yourself! Learn the many techniques and skills used with oil and acrylic paints. The instructor will cover compostional and perspective painting. Age: 12 years and older Men. Qty. 8 Max. Qty. 15 Beg. Date: January 18 Day & Time: Tues., 7:00-9:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Six Oil&&Acrjlic Paintin - Continued Location: Fisher Admin. Bldg. Room 305 Fee: $9.00 ($8.00) plus materials Instructor: Marian Hallmark Weekes MISCELLANEOUS 30. GIFT C-RTi)-IC-Y First time ever! Christmas gift certificates are available at the Parks and Recreation Department. A certificate can be pur- chased for any amount and will be valid for any activity offered during the 1983 calendar year. Give a gift of health, exercise and/or fun to a loved One for Christmas. A free course designed to help save lives. Classes will be held the last Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Fire Station. Call 235-6280 for more information or to register for the class. 2-.-JR. HIGH DANCES One Friday of each month the Jr. High Students can get out of the house and socialize with others. The D.J.s will play the music of the times. All dances will be properly chaperoned and students must abide by the rules and regulations. Parents and teachers are urged to volunteer to chaperone. Age: Jr. High ages only Dates: January 14, February 4, March II Day & Time: Friday, 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. Location: City Hall Auditorium Fee: $1.00 per person, 25 for pop Supervisor: Dana McCle]Iand 33. SR. CITIZ This is an organization for senior citizens who enjoy each others company and enjoy having a good time. A potluck dinner on the first Wednesday and movies the last Wednesday of each month are planned. The club offers special events and enter- tainment. Also, this year they are going to the Ice Capades and plan other trips through the quarter. Get involved to have a good time. For further information call the president, Paul Delabarre at 235-6551. Recreation Facility Locations (,i) () A. Park & Rec. Office B. City Park C. Hagelin Park D. SuttOn Park [. Salnave Park F. noes Field G. City Swimling Pool H. Cedar St. Tennis Ct. I. Northeast Park I. Cheney Hiqh SOl, DO| 2. Betz [lem. School 3. Fisher Admin, Bldq. 4. Salnave lem. 5. Cheney Jr. High 6. City I111 1. E.N.U. Phase 11 Elm (4) @) Gift Certificates Available L