4.8 SKATE PARK-TENTATIVE OPENING-SATURDAY, APRIL 28
The tentative opening date for the skate park is set for Saturday, April 28. We still have items to take care of before we can open. The hours during the school year are Monday through Friday, 3-9 p.m. and Saturday/Sunday 1-9 p.m. and Summer hours are 1-9 p.m. daily. There are no age requirements. Helmets are required, all other safety equipment are recommended such as knee/elbow pads, appropriate footwear and shirts. Skateboards, rollerblades and BMX bikes are allowed. The park is free and open to everyone. Specific rules are posted at the park along with other important information. Please be respectful of the Skate Park, Supervisors and each other. Come enjoy the Park and check out the changes.
ADULT SOFTBALL EXHIBITION/REGULAR GAMES BEGIN APRIL 29, 2007
Managers have received their materials and game schedules. The exhibition games and regular season games begin the week of April 29, 2007. Reminder: These exhibition games are not officiated. In these exhibition games, if your team is not going to play please call the other manager to let them know so they can call another team to play if they'd like. The bases are already out and will be left out through the spring until school is out. Special Note: Many leagues do not have exhibition games because of the number of teams and length of the season. Be sure to check your schedule, many leagues start the week of April 29th with a regular league game.
ADULT SOFTBALL OFFICIAL ROSTERS
Official team rosters are due on or before 4:30 p.m., May 10, 2007.
ADULT SOFTBALL LOCAL RULE OF THE WEEK
Game Protests: You may not protest a judgement call. Game protests must be filed with the umpire and opposing team manager before or during the game. (Protests regarding eligibility may be made before, during a game and up to 24 hours after the game; the protesting team must call the Recreation Department within 24 hours.) The Park & Recreation Department will rule on the protest after receiving the circumstances and facts pertaining to the protests. (Park & Recreation Department may rule on eligibility, if it is brought to their attention within the 24 hours.)
HERSHEY'S TRACK AND FIELD PROGRAM
Hershey's Track and field will introduce children to physical fitness through basic events like running, jumping and throwing. The program also strives to encourage children to reach their potential and develop a sense of accomplishment. A regional and state meet are held in June and July. The program runs on Tuesday and Thursdays, at 8:30-10 a.m. from June 12-August 9 and is for ages 9-14 year olds. Register by June 14 to get the early bird rate.
INTRODUCTORY AND ADVANCED DIVING PROGRAM
Introductory diving program is designed for participants with little or no previous diving experience. Participants must be comfortable in deep water and able to swim to the edge of the pool unassisted. The program is an introduction to springboard diving with progressive skill development. Introductory diving is on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:15 p.m. from June 12 to August 14. Advanced diving is where the novice level skills will be reviewed and more advanced skills will be introduced. Pre-competitive lesson objectives will be met as well as dry land training and conditioning. Advanced diving is on Tuesdays from 4:30-5:30 p.m. from June 12 to August 14. Register by June 14 to get the early bird rate.