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Experience The Town of Scarborough Community Services Fall 2012 Brochure ww w.sca erv rborough.me.us/comms 2012 259 U.S. Route One Fall ation P.O. Box 360 str Scarborough, ME 04070 Regi Monday, ns (207) 730-4150 begi uly 2. J It is the mission of Community Services to provide diverse, safe, quality, and cost-efficient services. We accomplish this through communication, coordination, and education in a professional and timely manner for the Town of Scarborough. Scarborough Community Services Fall 2012 Community Services Office 259 US Route 1, 3rd Floor Phone: 207-730-4150 ‘ What’s Inside P.O. Box 360 Fax: 207-730-4165 Scarborough, ME 04070-0360 13 | Adult Programs Office Hours: Monday through Friday -- 8:00 am to 4:00 pm 9 | Child Care Programs 4 | Youth Programs Child Care Office 14 | 55+ Programs (Senior WOW) Summer Locations: Phone: 207-730-4170 For details on programming and trips, please Wentworth Building (Grades K to 5) Fax: 207-730-4175 see our current newsletter on the 55+ webpage. Middle School (Grades 6 to 9) School Year 2012-13 Location: 2 | Community Services Policies Narragansett Building at the Scarborough Middle School 3 | Changes Due to New Wentworth 21 Quentin Drive, P.O. Box 360 Scarborough, ME 04070-0360 21 | Sponsors, Benefactors, and Donors Office Hours: Monday through Friday -- 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Please remember that during the Wentworth construction phase, 19 | Amenities Guide Community Services staff in the Municipal Building is always available to answer any questions regarding fall child care and 16 | Community Information summer programs. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 16 | Discount Tickets am to 4:00 pm. 20 | Sponsor-A-Tree/Sponsor-A-Bench Program Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Community Services Staff NEW! Online Registration Upgrades Director .................................................. Bruce Gullifer, C.P.R.P. Office Manager ................................................ Marcia McGinnis Facilities Scheduler .............................................. Steve Kramer D ue to a recent system update, our online registration page has a few changes and upgrades: Secretary/Receptionist .............................................Nicole Hall • Passwords are now case-sensitive and have Child Care Manager ..........................................Raelene Bodman an initial cap (i.e. brown will now be Brown). Program Coordinator .......................................... Audra Keenan Program Coordinator ..................................... Andrea Zglobicki • If you haven’t registered online in over 6 months, Recreation Manager ....................................................Bill Reichl you must review your household information Program Coordinator ........................................... Ryan Colpitts before registering for any activities. Program Coordinator for Seniors .........................Hallie Hodge • You may now access a calendar for all of your family’s Facilities Manager..................................................... Steve Quirk activities. This can be accessed under My Account and Household Activity Calendar. If you do not remember your user name and password, or Registration Dates -- Year-Round need to set up a new household in our system, please feel free S carborough Community Services has three registration to call us at 730-4150, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to periods throughout the year: 4:00 pm. Seasons Registration Begins Please stay tuned to our website for future system updates Summer .................................... First Monday of March and upgrades. Fall ............................................ First Monday of July Winter/Spring .......................... First Monday of November For step-by-step instructions on how to register online, If the first Monday falls on a holiday, please see Page 8 of this brochure. registration will begin the following day. Scarborough Community Services 1 Scarborough Community Services Policies Non-Resident Fee Sibling Discount Policy SD Look for SD next to activities that may be discounted. Non-residents may register for our programs. An additional $15 fee will be assessed for most programs. However, some programs may require • Youth Recreation Programs additional fees. Please see each program for more information. Families with three or more children registering for the same Community Services-run recreation program may receive a 10% discount off the third child and any additional children from the same family/household. This discount will be taken off the lowest Check Writing Policy program fee. All participants must be registered at the same time • Please make checks payable to Town of Scarborough. to receive this discount. If one sibling cancels from a program, any • Must show valid photo ID. refund will be given for the discounted amount paid only. Additional • Personal checks must show name, current address, and telephone fees may apply; please refer to our refund policy on this page. number. NOTE: Sibling discounts will not be applied for online registrations. To receive this • Starter checks cannot be accepted. discount, you must register in the Community Services Office. • Child Care Families with two or more children registered for full-time (5 days Refund Policies per week) before-school or after-school care will receive 10% off All ProgrAms (excluding 55+ -- see below) the second and/or subsequent child care fees. Discount will be taken off of the lowest child care fee. • No refunds: If an individual does not attend the activity or does not cancel at least 7 calendar days prior to the start of an activity. • $15 processing fee: For any cancellation or change made by applicant. Early Registration Discount Community Services works hard to offer the best prices available for • 100% refund: If Community Services cancels the activity. our programs. Because our work becomes labor-intensive the week prior to a program start date, we like to encourage residents to register early by offering early discount prices on certain programs. We hope HeAltH reAsons people will appreciate this and take advantage of these prices. However, If a participant cannot participate due to medical reasons, a refund this discount incentive is a special offer which cannot be extended if will be given if a signed doctor's note is presented to the Community those dates have passed. No exceptions. Services staff within the first 48 hours of said injury. If injury occurs and is reported with a doctor's note before the activity begins, no processing fee will be assessed. Late Registrations If applicant attended some classes, the refund will be prorated for the Some programs may be adversely affected each year due to participants number of days the injured participant attended the program. In this waiting until the last minute to register. There is a point when a program case, a $15 processing fee will be assessed and deducted from the must be cancelled or modified if there are insufficient registrations. refund. All programs require a high level of coordination which includes facility scheduling, staffing, volunteer recruitment, team formation, and the purchasing of supplies. You will notice that the majority of multiPle-session ProgrAms our programs have registration deadlines. If there is room in a given If your child is indecisive about a multiple-session program, we activity after a deadline has passed, late registrations will be accepted recommend registering for individual sessions versus the entire with an additional $10 late fee assessed; however, children may not be program. When registering for multiple sessions at once, please guaranteed a T-shirt, ball, etc. keep in mind that combined session dates are all inclusive; therefore, should you choose to cancel once the first session begins, no refund will be given for the remaining sessions. Youth Team Request Policy Community Services understands that one of the best aspects of 55+ ProgrAms participating in our programs is the ability to play with friends or have the same coach year after year. However, in an attempt to keep teams • No refunds: balanced, we have instituted the following policy. Wednesday Lunches: If an individual does not attend a lunch or does not cancel by Monday at 2:00 pm, the household will be In programs such as basketball, fall soccer, and indoor soccer, charged and the balance must be paid in full in order to enroll in coach and player requests will be limited to two requests per future programs. participant. You may request one coach and one player, or Transportation: Beginning January 2012, if a participant does you may request two players. Timely registrations allow not use the service or does not cancel 24 hours prior to the Community Services the opportunity to balance scheduled service, the household will be charged and the balance teams in a fair manner; timely requests also help must be paid in full in order to enroll in future programs. in this process. However, there are many variables that go into the planning process and, even though Trips: If participant cancels a trip, no refund will be issued. we do our best, we cannot guarantee that your choice • 100% refund: If Community Services cancels the activity/trip. will be honored. Scarborough Community Services 2 Changes Due to the New Wentworth School Construction Summer 2012 Child Care Administrative Office Locations Grades K to 5: Office will be located at Wentworth School. Grades 6 to 9: Office will be located at Middle School. Community Services Office in the Municipal Building is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm for all Child Care questions. Check-In/Check-Out Locations Grades K to 5: Campers and parents must check in and check out daily in the temporary Summer Day Camp Office located in the Wentworth Building (accessible through the large double doors across from Wentworth playground area). Grades 6 to 9: Campers and parents must check in daily in the Middle School Cafeteria and check out daily (anytime after 4:30 pm) in the temporary Summer Day Camp Office located in the Wentworth Building (accessible through the large double doors across from Wentworth playground area). Please Note: Both locations for summer day camp are subject to change at any time. Parent/Guardian Parking Wentworth: Parents may park in the staff parking lot accessible from Quentin Drive (road to the Middle School). Check-In/Check-Out parking spots will be set aside for parents’ convenience. Parents volunteering on trips may park in this same lot if spots are available. Overflow parking will be available by the Passamaquoddy Building at the Middle School and the outdoor basketball courts by the library. Middle School: Parents will have access to the bus loop, the parent drop-off loop, and the Passamaquoddy Building parking lot to the left of the Middle School Building. Parents volunteering on trips must park in the lot located near the Passamaquoddy Building. Youth Programs Most of our summer youth programs are held outdoors and will run rain or shine. While we do our best to provide rain shelter for these programs, we cannot guarantee this space will be indoors, like a gym or cafeteria. Fall 2012 Child Care Administrative Office Location Child care administrative offices will be located in the Scarborough Middle School Narragansett Building during the duration of the new Wentworth Building project. Telephone number remains the same at 730-4170. No Bessworth Beginners Pre-School Program Due to the construction of the new Wentworth School and consequent relocation of Bessworth, the Bessworth Beginners Pre-School program will no longer be offered past June 2012. Grades 3 to 5 Child Care Please note that the drop-off location for Grades 3-5 before-school care will be the main entrance to Wentworth across from the turf field beginning fall 2012. Grades 3 and 4 students will remain at Wentworth for after-school care. Fifth grade students will check in at the Wentworth Cafeteria and be transported either by foot or by our mini-bus to the Scarborough Middle School. However, for all fifth graders participating in after-school clubs or activities, we will pick up those students at Wentworth at 4:30 pm and transport them back to the Middle School. Any fifth grade students finishing activities later than 4:30 pm will stay with the Grades 3 and 4 after-school care program in the Wentworth Cafeteria on that day. Snow Days, Teacher Days, Vacation Camps Snow days, teacher workshop days, and vacation experience camps will be held in the Middle School cafeteria and Narragansett Building at the Middle School. Date Nights for Parents Suspended Due to space limitations, we will not be able to offer Date Nights for Parents during the construction of the new Wentworth School. Scarborough Community Services 3 Please note that registration for this activity ends August 10, 2012. Fall Soccer SD Grades Pre-K to 8 W e will kick off Fall Soccer 2012 on August 25 at the Clifford Mitchell Sports Complex. At the Kick-Off players will meet their coaches and teammates, receive their team shirt, have their picture taken, and learn basic soccer skills. Games will begin Saturday, September 8, and run for six weeks through October 13, with one practice during the week for each team (determined by the coach at the coaches meeting). We will accept registrations as long as there is room on a team in the appropriate division. Shin guards are mandatory and mouth guards are highly recommended. Pre-school children must be four by October 15, 2012, in order to participate.. Changes in 2012 • Divisions are now named after grade levels -- please be sure to register your child or children in the grade they will be entering in the 2012-2013 school year. • Community Services will no longer be able to accept special team requests past August 10, 2012. Children who register beyond this date will be placed on the team with the fewest players in their appropriate division. We will be unable to make any exceptions. • Players may request to be with two players or one player and one coach. We do not accept requests for practice days, game times, or T-shirt color. While we do our best, we cannot guarantee that your requests will be honored. The last day to register for fall soccer is Friday, August 10, 2012. Important Dates and Times $65 per child Activity # 210411 Coaches Meetings All early registration discounts have expired: Times and locations to be determined If you register on or after March 5 ........ $50 If you register on or after April 30 ......... $55 Kick-Off If you register on or after May 28 .......... $60 08-25-2012 If you register on or after July 2 ............. $65 High School Fields • Pre-K and K ..............................9:30 am Deadline for special requests, • Grades 1 to 2 ........................... 11:30 am • Grades 3 to 4 .............................1:30 pm registration, and web registration • Grades 5 to 8 .............................1:30 pm Friday, 08-10-2012 In case of rain we will still hold a meet-and-greet with coaches and pictures will be taken in the high school. Games 09-08 to 10-13-2012 Saturdays (6 weeks) • Pre-K to K .................... Middle School Fields • Grades 1 to 2 ................. Springbrook Fields • Grades 3 to 4 ................. Memorial Park Fields • Grades 5 to 8 ................. High School Fields and Middle School Fields Practices • Monday through Friday • One day per week per team • Locations, times, and days determined by coaches D o you have outgrown cleats sitting around your house? Community Services is offering our annual soccer cleat swap! Bring your used cleats on August 25 to the cleat swap table and swap All times and locations are subject to change at any time for another pair that is in good condition. This activity costs due to the construction of the new Wentworth School. nothing and will help many families in the community. Scarborough Community Services 4 Indoor Soccer SD Grades Pre-K to 8 C ontinue the fun and excitement of fall soccer indoors! This fast-paced program allows players to further develop their skills through weekly one-hour games. Games will be held on Saturdays beginning November 10 and running through December 22. There are no practices in this league. Register early and receive a discount! Change in 2012 • In years past we have run two different indoor soccer sessions -- one in the winter and one in the spring. Due to the ongoing Wentworth School construction and the reduction in available space, all indoor soccer sessions (Grades Pre-K through 8) will run concurrently. Activity # 220443 $45 per child Final Day for Registration Early Registration Discounts: and Special Requests If you register on or after July 2 ................... $35 If you register on or after September 3 ........ $40 Wednesday, October 31 If you register on or after October 1 ............ $45 Games 11-10 to 12-22-2012 Saturdays (6 weeks) Locations to be determined No games 11-24 (Thanksgiving vacation) Make-up Date: 01-05 All times and locations are subject to change at any time due to the construction of the new Wentworth School. Look for program updates on our website: www.scarborough.me.us/commserv Scarborough Community Services 5 Basketball SD Grades Pre-K to 8 W e will begin this program on Saturday, February 2, with our Annual Basketball Tip-Off. At the Tip-Off players will meet their coaches and teammates, receive their team shirt, have their pictures taken, and learn basic basketball skills. Each team will have a one hour-long practice and one hour-long game weekly, with the exception of Pre-K-K teams practicing before their games on Saturdays. Practice days and times are determined by coaches at the beginning of the season. We do not accept any requests for practice days and times. Team placement requests cannot be guaranteed. Changes in 2012 • In years past we have run two different basketball sessions -- one in the winter and one in the spring. Due to the ongoing Wentworth School construction and the reduction in available space, all basketball sessions (Grades Pre-K through 8) will run concurrently. • In an effort to balance teams fairly, Community Services will place only 10 players on each team. All children registered after the deadline will be placed on a team with less than 10 players. If all teams are full, late registrants will be placed on a waitlist in an attempt to create an additional team. Please be sure to register early as space is limited!!! Important Dates and Times Activity # 210821 $60 per child Tip-Off Early Registration Discounts: 02-02-2013 If you register on or after July 2.................. $45 Saturday If you register on or after October 1 ........... $50 Times and Locations TBD If you register on or after November 19 ..... $55 If you register on or after January 14 ......... $60 Games 02-09 to 03-23-2013 Saturdays (6 weeks) Final Day for Registration Locations to be determined and Special Requests No games 02-23 (February vacation) Friday, January 18 Make-up Date: 03-30 Practices • Monday through Friday • One day per week per team • Locations, times, and days determined by coaches • No practices 02-18 to 02-23 (February vacation) All times and locations are subject to change at any time due to the construction of the new Wentworth School. Look for program updates on our website: www.scarborough.me.us/commserv Scarborough Community Services 6 Youth Programs Recreation Manager Bill Reichl Program Coordinator Ryan Colpitts Don’t Wait to Register! Some programs may be adversely affected each year due to participants waiting until the last minute to register. There is a point when a program must be cancelled or modified if there are insufficient registrations. Mini Kicks Fall Field Hockey Clinic Ages 2 /2 to 4 1 Grades K to 6 T his 45-minute program is designed to be an introduction to the sport of soccer. The key goals of this program include developing basic T his program teaches the basic skills required to play field hockey. In each weekly session we will work on individual and team skills and wrap up with scrimmages. Children will be soccer skills, promoting social interaction, divided by grade level at each practice. and improving interest in a team sport. Parent involvement for this program is Participants should wear a T-shirt, sweat pants, sneakers, always encouraged. Participants should and shin guards. A limited number of sticks are available to wear comfortable clothing -- sweat pants borrow. Mouth guards are recommended but not required. There or shorts and a T-shirt. Shin guards are will be three Sunday games at surrounding communities for recommended but not required. this program; parent travel is required for the games. Parent volunteers are needed to help supervise. 09-11 to 10-02-2012 (4 weeks) 09-08 to 10-13-2012 (6 weeks) Activity # 210413 (Make-up Date: 10-09) Activity # 210482 Tuesdays Saturday 10:00 to 10:45 am 10:00 to 11:30 am Memorial Park Field High School Fields $40 per child $55 per child Min 8, Max 25 Min 10, Max 50 Deadline for registration (web and in-house) 09-07 Deadline for registration (web and in-house) 09-07 Dribblettes 10-14-2012 to 02-24-2013 (16 weeks) Activity # 210891 Grades 1 to 4 (No classes on 11-11, 12-23, 12-30, or 02-17) Sundays T his is a great opportunity to introduce your daughter to basketball in a fun and exciting way. Weekly practices will include learning 5:00 to 6:00 pm Wentworth Gym $65 per child tricky dribbling skills to be performed during Min 12, Max 60 half-time at Scarborough High School basketball games. A T-shirt and basketball are included. For more information, please Deadline for registration (web and in-house) 10-12 contact Erik Jensen at 650-3948. Scarborough Community Services 7 Youth Programs Recreation Manager Bill Reichl Program Coordinator Ryan Colpitts Softball Pitching Clinics Fall Cross Country Grades 2 to 8 Grades 3 to 6 O pen to girls interested in learning the basic technique of windmill-style pitching. Experience playing softball is not required. Lessons consist of instruction in technique, pitching, C ome join in the fun of this popular fall sport. This program involves learning the proper technique used in running through different terrain such as woods, fields, and a track. drills, and fielding. Participants must bring a catcher (there is no Practices are held Mondays and Thursdays. Participants who charge for the catcher). Instructor: Tom Griffin are interested in competing can attend the optional cross-country meets on Wednesday afternoons Session 1: 10-21 to 12-16-2012 (8 weeks) beginning the end of September (transportation (No class 11-25) not provided). Shirts for this program may be purchased through the instructor for a fee of $10. Session 2: 01-06 to 03-03-2013 (8 weeks) Activity # 210899 Instructor: TBD (No class 02-24) We want to remind all parents that this program should not be Sundays considered an alternative to child care. All children will be sent home 10:00 to 11:30 am if the program is cancelled due to inclement weather or any unforeseen Wentworth Gym and Cafeteria event. We will email parents and be sure announcements are made at $65 per child ($80 non-resident) school. These alerts could be last-minute so please check your emails Min 10, Max 26 (per session) before calling the Community Services Office. It is up to parents to be sure Community Services has all appropriate email addresses. Non-residents may now register online! Non-resident registration begins . . . 09-10 to 11-01-2012 (8 weeks) Session 1: 10-14 Practices: Mondays and Thursdays Activity # 210481 Session 2: 12-31 3:00 to 4:00 pm Meet at Ice Rink Field Meets (optional): Wednesdays Times and Locations Vary Deadline for registration (Meet info available at first practice and on the Community Services website) (web and in-house) $50 per child Session 1: 10-19; Session 2: 01-04 Deadline for registration (web and in-house) 09-09 How to Register Online 1. Click Login. 7. The Community Services release statements will pop up. In order to continue with the registration process, please click Agree. If you choose to deny these 2. Enter your User Name and Password. statements, you must come in to the Community Services Office and register in person. • User Names are typically a four-digit or five-digit number assigned to your household in our system. 8. Registration questions regarding T-shirt size, medical information, and special • Passwords are typically your last name but can be changed in the system to a password of your requests will appear. YOU MUST GIVE AN ANSWER FOR EACH QUESTION. choice. Since our upgrade, passwords are now case-sensitive and have an initial cap. If a question does not apply to you, you may enter N/A. Click Submit. • If you don’t know your User Name and Password, please call Community Services at 730-4150. 9. You will have two options on the next page: 3. Click Registered Users Sign In. a) Continue Shopping - If you would like to sign up for more activities, choose this option. b) Proceed to Checkout - This will bring you to the payment page. Once you are logged into the system, you may change your Password by going into My Account and Change Login Data. We encourage you to customize your Password to something that is more familiar to you and that you will easily remember. 10. Once you are ready, Proceed to Checkout. Please review the billing information and enter your credit or debit card number (if applicable). Once finished, click Go. 4. Click Search and select Activity Search. The search screen allows you to customize the way you search for an activity, either by activity number, type of activity, by age 11. You will come to a disclaimer screen – click Continue. range, or by keyword. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat on your computer, you will have to download it to view your receipt. 5. Once you have selected an activity, click on the shopping cart icon on the left. If an activity is listed as “unavailable” you must wait until the registration period begins. 12. A pop-up message will say “Please be sure to view your on-line receipt and print a copy for your records.” Click OK. 6. Select the family member you wish to enroll in the activity. Click Add to Cart at the bottom of this page once you are 13. To view or print your receipt, click View Confirmation Receipt. finished. 14. Click Logout to sign off. Scarborough Community Services 8 Child Care Manager Federal Tax ID Child Care SD Raelene Bodman Program Coordinators 01-6000357 Audra Keenan Andrea Zglobicki August Interim Care Grades K to 8 I t’s hard to believe that Summer Day Camp is over and there are only two weeks until the new school year begins. If you have to work, then we have the answer to your child care needs! Interim care is two full weeks of arts and crafts, cooking, gym time, and some field trips. Morning and afternoon snack provided. Participants must bring their own lunch. Detailed schedules will be available online by the beginning of August. Interim Care -- Week 1 Interim Care -- Week 2 08-20 to 08-24-2012 08-27 to 08-31-2012 You may use Activity #118922 to register online. Monday through Friday Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 6:00 pm 7:00 am to 6:00 pm Locations: Grades K-2: Eight Corners School Locations: Grades K-2: Eight Corners School Grades 3-8: Middle School Cafeteria Grades 3-8: Middle School Cafeteria Full Week -- $225 per child Full Week -- $225 per child Early Registration Discounts: Early Registration Discounts: If you register on or after August 6 ............... $185 If you register on or after August 13 ............. $185 If you register on or after August 13 ............. $200 If you register on or after August 20 ............. $200 If you register on or after August 17 ............. $215 If you register on or after August 24 ............. $215 If you register on or after August 20 ............. $225 If you register on or after August 27 ............. $225 Individual Days -- $55 each day Individual Days -- $55 each day Early Registration Discounts: Early Registration Discounts: If you register on or after August 6 ............... $40 If you register on or after August 13 ............. $40 If you register on or after August 13 ............. $45 If you register on or after August 20 ............. $45 If you register on or after August 17 ............. $50 If you register on or after August 24 ............. $50 If you register on or after August 20 ............. $55 If you register on or after August 27 ............. $55 Deadline for web registration 08-13 Deadline for web registration 08-20 **Changes to Fall Child Care Due to New Wentworth School Construction** Child Care Administrative Office Location Child care administrative offices will be located in the Scarborough Middle School Narragansett Building during the duration of the new Wentworth Building project. The telephone number remains the same at 730-4170. No Bessworth Beginners Pre-School Program Due to the construction of the new Wentworth School and consequent relocation of Bessworth, the Bessworth Beginners Pre-School program will no longer be offered. Grades 3 to 5 Child Care Please note that the drop-off location for Grades 3-5 before-school care will be the main entrance to Wentworth across from the turf field beginning fall 2012. Grades 3 and 4 students will remain at Wentworth for after-school care. Fifth grade students will check in at the Wentworth Cafeteria and be transported either by foot or by our mini-bus to the Scarborough Middle School. However, for all fifth graders participating in after- school clubs or activities, we will pick up those students at Wentworth at 4:30 pm and transport them back to the Middle School. Any fifth grade students finishing activities later than 4:30 pm will stay with the Grades 3 and 4 after-school care program in the Wentworth Cafeteria on that day. Snow Days, Teacher Days, Vacation Camps Snow days, teacher workshop days, and vacation experience camps will be held in the Middle School Cafeteria and Narragansett Building at the Middle School. PLEASE NOTE: Everything is subject to change, including dates, times, locations, etc. Scarborough Community Services 9 Child Care Manager Federal Tax ID Child Care Raelene Bodman Program Coordinators 01-6000357 Audra Keenan Andrea Zglobicki Register Now for Child Care 2012-13 -- Limited Spaces! Registration Fee: $100 per child (non-refundable) Please note that some early registration discounts have expired: If you register on or after March 5 ............$70 If you register on or after July 1 ............... $ 90 If you register on or after June 1 ...............$80 If you register on or after August 1 ........... $100 School Age Care -- Grades K to 5 T he School Age Child Care program is designed to provide children in kindergarten through fifth grade a safe and exciting place to be during their out-of-school hours. Our state-licensed program currently has an enrollment of over 300 students. The goal of the program is to promote the physical, mental, social, and emotional development of each child by providing high-quality child care. Activities include outside play or indoor physical activity, crafts, science, cooking, special projects, clubs, and quiet times. A nutritious snack is provided daily. We view the home, school, community, and child care settings as complementary and interrelated domains that affect children’s growth and development. We keep open lines of communication among all of these groups. Please note that the drop-off location for Grades 3-5 before-school care will be the main entrance to Wentworth across from the turf field beginning fall 2012. Grades 3 and 4 students will remain at Wentworth for after-school care. Fifth grade students will check in at the Wentworth Cafeteria and be transported either by foot or by our mini-bus to the Scarborough Middle School. However, for all fifth graders participating in after-school clubs or activities, we will pick up those students at Wentworth at 4:30 pm and transport them back to the Middle School. Any fifth grade students finishing activities later than 4:30 pm will stay with the Grades 3 and 4 after-school care program in the Wentworth Cafeteria on that day. Club Teen -- Grades 6 to 8 T he Club Teen program provides an opportunity for those in Grades 6 through 8 to work on their homework, gives them the chance to be with their peers after school, and provides the opportunity to play age-related games and activities. An organized activity is offered every day. Club Teen is located in the Middle School Cafeteria (occasionally in the Applied Humanities Room or Narragansett Building). We must have a minimum enrollment of 20 students in order for this program to run. 2012-13 Monthly Fees (per child) All fees are subject to change after a 30-day written notice. Days Per Week Day Care (2 day minimum required) Options 5 days 4 days 3 days 2 days Before School $200 $185 $150 $115 After School $335 $290 $240 $185 Before and After School $415 $360 $285 $210 One payment option: $250 per month Club Teen (Grades 6-8) (September through June) Scarborough Community Services 10 Child Care Manager Federal Tax ID Child Care Raelene Bodman Program Coordinators 01-6000357 Audra Keenan Andrea Zglobicki Register Now for Child Care 2012-13 -- Limited Spaces! Registration Fee: $100 per child (non-refundable) Please note that some early registration discounts have expired: If you register on or after March 5 ............$70 If you register on or after July 1 ............... $ 90 If you register on or after June 1 ...............$80 If you register on or after August 1 ........... $100 IMPORTANT CHILD CARE INFORMATION locAtions PAyment oPtions Before-school and after-school care programs are conveniently • Pay in Full -- You may pay in full for the entire located at each school in town: Pleasant Hill School, Blue school year using cash, check, debit, or Point School, Eight Corners School, Wentworth School, and credit card. Registration fee will be due upon the cafeteria and Narragansett Building at the Scarborough registration but full yearly child care amount will Middle School. Child care administrative offices will be be invoiced separately and due during the first located in the Scarborough Middle School Narragansett full week of September. Should you choose to Building during the duration of the new Wentworth Building pay in full, you will receive one month FREE. No project. refunds will be issued for unused service. Please note that the drop-off location for Grades 3-5 before- • Monthly Payment -- Paying fees monthly requires a school care will be the main entrance to Wentworth across completed Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) form at from the turf field beginning fall 2012. Grades 3 and 4 time of registration. EFT payments will be withdrawn students will remain at Wentworth for after-school care. Fifth once a month (on the 5th of each month) or bi-monthly grade students will check in at the Wentworth Cafeteria (on the 5th and 19th of each month) September and be transported either by foot or by our mini-bus to the through June. Receipts may be accessed online using Scarborough Middle School. However, for all fifth graders your user name and password. participating in after-school clubs or activities, we will pick Please remember to have the following information on up those students at Wentworth at 4:30 pm and transport them hand to complete your EFT form: back to the Middle School. Any fifth grade students finishing activities later than 4:30 pm will stay with the Grades 3 and - Name and Address of Bank 4 after-school care program in the Wentworth Cafeteria on - Bank Routing Number that day. - Account Number Hours Before-school care opens at 7:00 am; after-school care closes cAncellAtions And cHAnges at 6:00 pm. A one-month written notice must be provided prior to withdrawing your child from the program or making any extrA dAys schedule changes. Without proper notice child care billing Snow days, teacher workshop days, and vacation camps will remain the same and payment will be expected. are held in the Scarborough Middle School Narragansett Building and Middle School Cafeteria. These extra days, from September 2012 to June 2013, are included in regular child care fees; however, pre-registration is required and space is limited. You may register at the Community Services Office or the Child Care Office. Please see Page 12 for details. invoices/billing Child care fees are billed monthly September through June. Scarborough Community Services 11 Child Care Manager Federal Tax ID Child Care Raelene Bodman Program Coordinators 01-6000357 Audra Keenan Andrea Zglobicki ATTENTION School Vacation Camps All Child Care Participants! Grades K to 8 R egularly scheduled teacher workshop days and unexpected snow days between September 2012 and June 2013 are included in the regular monthly child care fees. D o you have to work while the kids are on vacation? Keep them active and engaged at our Vacation Camps, held in the cafeteria and Narragansett Building at the Middle School. During these fun-filled weeks, we will plan a variety of activities Vacation camp days (December, February, and April) that for your children, including cooking, arts and crafts, gym time, coincide with your set child care schedule are included. Days you and outdoor play, as well as field trips. Participants must bring choose to add beyond your set schedule will accrue additional a lunch daily. We will provide a morning and afternoon snack. fees and must be paid in full upon registration. All participants must pre-register for scheduled no-school days Full Day: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm and vacation camps as space is limited and not guaranteed. Half Day: 7:00 am to 12:00 noon Register at the Community Services Office, Child Care Office, OR 1:00 to 6:00 pm or by emailing email@example.com -- no phone or online registrations accepted. Individual Day: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm Please see below for prices (per child). Scheduled No-School Days Grades K to 8 December Vacation Camp 12-26 to 12-28-2012 09-04 (Tuesday) -- Step-Up Day Wednesday through Friday Grade 3 ................. AM Care -- Wentworth Discount #1 Discount #2 Discount #3 Full Price PM Care -- Check in at Wentworth, then (on/after 11-28) (on/after 12-19) (on/after 12-21) (on/after 12-26) transported to the Middle School Full-Day Week.......$120 ...........$130 ......... $140 ............$150 Grade 6 ................. PM Care -- Middle School Cafeteria and Half-Day Week ......$ 75 ...........$ 85 ......... $ 95 .............$100 Narragansett Building Individual Day.......$ 40 ..........$ 45 ......... $ 50 ............$ 55 All Other Grades ... Care from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm at Middle School Cafeteria and Narragansett Building Registration opens on 11-28 for December Vacation Camp. Space is limited so register early! 09-05 (Wednesday) -- First Student Day Grade K................. Care from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm at Middle School February Vacation Camp Narragansett Building 02-19 to 02-22-2013 All Other Grades ... Normal AM and PM care and locations Tuesday through Friday Discount #1 Discount #2 Discount #3 Full Price (on/after 01-22) (on/after 02-12) (on/after 02-15) (on/after 02-19) 11-21 (Wednesday) ..........................7:00 am to 4:00 pm Full-Day Week.......$160 ...........$175 .......... $185 ............$200 12-21 (Friday) ..................................7:00 am to 6:00 pm Half-Day Week ......$ 95 ...........$110 .......... $125 .............$130 12-24 (Monday) ..........................7:00 am to 12:00 noon Individual Day.......$ 40 ...........$ 45 .......... $ 50 .............$ 55 12-31 (Monday) ...............................7:00 am to 4:00 pm 04-12 (Friday) ..................................7:00 am to 6:00 pm Registration opens on 01-22 for February Vacation Camp. Space is limited so register early! 05-24 (Friday) ..................................7:00 am to 6:00 pm April Vacation Camp $55 per child per day 04-16 to 04-19-2013 Early Registration Discounts: Tuesday through Friday If you register at least 14 days prior ................. $40 Discount #1 Discount #2 Discount #3 Full Price If you register at least 7 days prior ................... $45 (on/after 03-19) (on/after 04-09) (on/after 04-12) (on/after 04-16) When registering 1 day prior ............................. $50 Full-Day Week.......$160 ...........$175 .......... $185 .............$200 When registering the day of program ............... $55 Half-Day Week ......$ 95 ...........$110 .......... $125 .............$130 Individual Day.......$ 40 ...........$ 45 .......... $ 50 .............$ 55 Registration opens on 07-02 for all scheduled no-school days. Registration opens on 03-19 for April Vacation Camp. Space is limited so register early! Space is limited so register early! N ot a participant in the before-school or after-school care programs but still require care for your child during no school days and school vacations? Not a problem! You may register for scheduled no-school days and school vacation weeks at the Community Services Office or the Child Care Office -- no online or email registrations accepted. Fees will apply and must be paid in full at time of registration. Scarborough Community Services 12 Adult Programs Recreation Manager Bill Reichl Program Coordinator Ryan Colpitts Don’t Wait to Register! Open Gyms Some programs may be adversely affected each year due to Co-Ed Open Gym Volleyball participants waiting until the last minute to register. There is a point when a program must be cancelled or modified if there are insufficient registrations. C ommunity Services will offer open gym volleyball for adults of all ability levels. Come enjoy a fun night! Each open gym is limited to 20 people on a first-come, first-served basis. Exercise Classes 10-03 to 11-21-2012 (8 weeks) Wednesdays 7:30 to 9:00 pm Hula Hooping Middle School Gym G et fit or stay fit in this hula hoop exercise class! Learn $3 drop–in fee moves that will tone your middle, strengthen arms, legs, Min 10, Max 20 and back with a custom-made adult-size hula hoop. Even if you have never hooped before, you will be hooping and smiling in no time. This class is cardio-packed so be sure to wear comfortable Men’s Open Gym Basketball shoes and cotton-based clothes, and bring a water bottle. All ages welcome (18+)! Hula hoops may be borrowed during class but are available to C all your friends and join us for a fun evening of basketball for all ability levels! Each open gym is limited to 18 people on a first-come, first-served basis. purchase ($20-$25) through the instructor. 11-06-2012 to 06-13-2013 10-10 to 11-21-2012 (6 weeks) (No open gyms 11-22, 12-25, 12-27, (Make-up Date: 12-05) 01-01, 02-19, 02-21, 04-16, 04-18) Activity # 840004 Wednesday Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30 to 7:30 pm 7:30 to 9:00 pm Middle School Cafeteria Middle School Gym $36 for full session $3 drop-in fee $6 drop-in fee Min 10, Max 18 Min 8, Max 25 Deadline for registration 10-05 After 3 weeks of low enrollment, Community Services Deadline for web registration 10-05 reserves the right to cancel any open gym program. ZUMBA Session 1: 09-11 to 11-01-2012 Z UMBA is a fusion of Latin and international music and dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting, and effective workout system. Come Session 2: 11-06-2012 to 01-03-2013 (No class 11-24) Activity # 840000 join us for a great workout! You may register for 8 weeks of Tuesday OR Tuesdays and Thursdays Thursday classes for $30. You may attend both Tuesdays AND Thursdays for 6:30 to 7:30 pm 8 weeks for $55. Register for these options in person or online and you will Middle School Cafeteria be guaranteed a spot in your chosen Zumba class every week. Tuesday OR Thursday Classes (8) ........$30 Tuesday AND Thursday Classes (16) .... $55 While there is a drop-in rate ($5), we encourage everyone to sign up for the Drop In ....................................................$ 5 8-week class -- each class is limited to 40 students and those registered for the 8-week sessions will be given precedence over drop-ins. Min 5, Max 40 (per class) NEW! Youth Participants Permitted! Deadline for registration Now you may bring your children to ZUMBA for some family fun! Session 1: 09-10; Session 2: 11-05 Children must be 10 years of age or older and must be accompanied Deadline for web registration by a participating parent or adult. $5 drop-in fee for children. Session 1: 09-10; Session 2: 11-05 Scarborough Community Services 13 Adult Programs Recreation Manager Bill Reichl Program Coordinator Ryan Colpitts Healthline and Healthline Plus Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays H ealthline and Healthline Plus are exercise programs designed for all ages and abilities. With walking, jogging, and running (Healthline) mixed with strength Heathline ...................... 6:00 to 7:00 am Healthline Plus ............ 7:00 to 7:45 am High School Gym and Weight Room training (Healthline Plus), these programs work to Activity # 220311 $65 per session (Healthline OR Healthline Plus) develop cardiovascular, aerobic, and muscular strength. $100 per session (Healthline Combo) Workouts change daily to keep exercise interesting and fun. We’ll keep you moving year round, either indoors working out or outdoors walking or running. This Full-Year Registration for program is great for anyone getting ready Healthline and Healthline Combo to run a 5K, those who enjoy walking Registration begins 07-02-2012 with others, and people who need a Healthline for 2012-13 ..............................$245 little motivation. If you’re just beginning Healthline Combo for 2012-13 ................$375 your healthy lifestyle or looking for that extra push, this program is perfect for you. There will be a $25 discount for Upcoming Healthline Sessions those who register for Healthline AND Summer Session: 07-02 to 09-28-2012 (13 weeks) Healthline Plus together (Combo). Fall Session: 10-01 to 12-21-2012 (12 weeks) Instructor: Morgan Swinburne 55 Programs + Recreation Manager Bill Reichl Program Coordinator Hallie Hodge Sponsored by Scarborough Senior WOW Mission Statement T he mission of the 55+ Programs is to give all seniors an opportunity to maintain dignity, enrich their quality of living, and actively promote participation in all aspects of community life. Meet Our New Current Programs W 55 Program Coordinator! + e offer community trips to various locations, including museums, the Portland Sea Dogs, the Desert of Maine, and the Oxford I would like to introduce myself to the Scarborough senior community! My name is Hallie Hodge and I am the new Seniors Program Coordinator. I am very Casino, to name a few. We also offer BINGO, weekly lunches at the Hillcrest Recreation Center, and our monthly Out-to-Lunch Bunch trips traveling to various restaurants in Maine. excited to be a part of this organization and look forward to getting to know all of you! I feel this will be a great fit for me as I enjoy working with senior citizens. Want More Information? I attended the University of Southern Maine and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Therapeutic A ll program information is available in a separate document -- the 55+ Newsletter. Recreation. I also have some great past experience You may view the current newsletter online or pick up a copy in the working for the Parks and Recreation Department of Community Services Office. Those who register for membership will Miami-Dade County, Florida, as well as working in receive the newletters through the mail six times per year. assisted living homes. You may access the most recent newsletter at Please feel free to contact me with any suggestions, www.scarborough.me.us/commserv/ questions. I look forward to working with you all! documents/programs55/index ~ For more information, you may also contact Community Services at 730-4150. Scarborough Community Services 14 55 Programs + Recreation Manager Bill Reichl Program Coordinator Hallie Hodge Sponsored by Scarborough Senior WOW 55+ Program Membership J oin our 55+ membership program for only $10 per year, or $17.50 per couple, and receive the following benefits: • Updated newsletters sent to your home six times a year • Opportunity to register for 55+ trips • Discounts at local businesses (see below for details) To become a member, simply complete the form below and return to Scarborough Community Services. Once payment and form are received, a personalized membership card will be sent to your mailing address. You may send the completed form with payment to: Scarborough Community Services P.O. Box 360 Scarborough, ME 04070-0360 55+ Membership Discounts - Participating Businesses Pat’s Pizza (Scarborough) Pizza Plus (Scarborough) 10% off your entire purchase - Eat in or take out Receive 15% off all menu items Walgreens (Scarborough) The Dairy Corner (Scarborough) Receive 15% off your entire purchase Receive 10% off your entire purchase 20% Off Walgreens Products & Photo Services Glazey Days (Scarborough) Friendly’s Restaurants (Maine Only) Receive 10% off your materials Receive 15% off your entire purchase Discounts are valid through 2012 unless noted otherwise. 55+ Programs Membership Form Name(s) Address City/Town Home Phone Cell Phone(s) Email Address(es) Date(s) of Birth Emergency Contact Name Relationship to you Telephone Number(s) Signature Date Scarborough Community Services 15 Discount Tickets All tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Amusement Park Tickets Refunds are not available for ticket purchases. Stop by the Community Services Office for the following Cinemagic Movie Tickets discount tickets: $7.50 each Aquaboggan ..............................................$16 Valid at all Cinemagic Theaters. Splashtown ................................................$20 Discount passes are not accepted at IMAX or 3D movies. Funtown .....................................................$21 Tickets on sale year-round while supplies last. Funtown/Splashtown Combo ..................$27 Feel free to call us at 730-4150 to check on availability. Water Country ..........................................$30 Community Information Special Events Summerfest 2012 Concerts in the Park Friday, August 17 Sponsored by the Scarborough Chamber of Commerce (Rain Date: Saturday, August 18) and Scarborough Community Services G rab your family and friends and join us for our annual Summerfest event. Festivities begin at the Clifford Mitchell A series of free evening concerts is planned for six weeks this summer. Bring family and friends to the gazebo at Memorial Park and enjoy a different band each week. Purchase Sports Complex at 4:00 pm and feature a road race, musical acts and entertainment, food, games, and so much more. This fun- festival food and desserts from our concession stand. Take filled evening will end with a spectacular fireworks display. This this opportunity to get outdoors and be entertained by some of is a great family event -- be sure not to miss it! Maine’s finest artists. In case of rain, concerts will be held at the High School Auditorium. A sincere thanks to all of the sponsors Festivities whose generous contributions make these concerts possible. 4:00 to 10:00 pm Fireworks Remaining Concerts Begin at 9:15 pm Thursdays All concerts begin at 6:30 pm Vendors: For more information, call Community Services July 5 ............ Don Campbell Band (Country/Bluegrass) at 730-4150. You may also find the Summerfest 2012 Vendor July 12 .................... Guv’Nors (Beatles/British Invasion) Application on our website at www.scarborough.me.us/ July 19 ............................ Motor Booty Affair (Disco) commserv/documents/spec_events/index July 26 ................................ Time Pilot (80’s and more) August 2 ................Tony Boffa Band (All Generations) Road race information will be available on our website closer to the event -- www.scarborough.me.us/commserv Scarborough Sundays Farmers Market June through October 9:00 am to 1:00 pm C ome join us every Sunday, June through October, for the Scarborough Farmers’ Market. Stop by to purchase Municipal Building Parking Lot Email: ScarbFarmersMarket@maine.rr.com fresh vegetables, fruits, baked goods, and plants while supporting your local Website: www.ScarboroughEconomicDevelopment.com Scarborough Community Services 16 Community Information Dog Information Dog Licensing $6 per year for spayed/neutered dogs $11 per year for dogs not spayed/neutered T o receive a license for your dog, please come into the Town Clerk’s Office at Town Hall during our business hours, which are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, and Wednesday 8:00 am to 6:30 pm. You may also re-license your dog through the mail or online at https://www10.informe.org/dog_license/. Our mailing address is Town Clerk’s Office, P.O. Box 360, Scarborough, ME 04070. You must send a copy of a current State of Maine rabies certificate, along with a check payable to the Town of Scarborough for the appropriate fee, and we will process the license and return the material to you. Per state law, any dog license that is re-licensed after January 31 will be subject to a $15 late fee; a dog re-licensed on or after April 1 will be subject to a $25 late fee. Please feel free to contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 730-4020 with any questions you may have. Beaches Town Beaches Dogs on the Beach Pine Point Beach (Hurd Park) Regulations and Owner Responsibilities Ferry Beach Higgins Beach June 15 to September 15 • 9:00 am to 5:00 pm - Dogs are prohibited. Town of Scarborough Beach Passes • 5:00 pm to Sunrise - Dogs must be on a Fees for Summer 2012 leash. • Sunrise to 9:00 am - Dogs may be off leash • Resident/taxpayer season pass (single beach) .............. $20 but must be under voice control; owner or • Resident/taxpayer combination season pass responsible party must have leash in hand. (includes all three beaches) .......................................... $35 September 16 to June 14 • Resident—Additional vehicle registered • Dogs are permitted on beaches but must to the same address, per vehicle ..................................... $5 be under voice control and the owner or responsible party must have a leash in hand. • Non-resident combination season pass (includes all three beaches) .......................................... $65 • Resident senior citizen combination pass Animal Control Ordinance: Fines range from $100 to $500 plus costs for each offense. Age 60 and above (three beaches) ........................... FREE • Daily parking fee for each beach (without pass) .......... $10 Piping Plover Habitats • No dog shall enter a designated protected habitat area. • Larger vehicle daily parking fee • No dog shall approach within 150 feet of an endangered piping (R.V.’s, campers, buses)................................................ $35 plover habitat unless the dog is on a leash that is held by a responsible party. Beginning Monday, June 18, the Town Clerk’s Office will be the primary office issuing beach parking permits. The Collections Piping Plover Ordinance: Fines range from $50 to $250. Office will also be issuing beach parking permits only to those Piping Plover Federal Endangered Species: Dog owners are customers who are also doing business in their office. liable for pets’ actions; fines for taking an endangered species can be up to $25,000 to $50,000. Please be sure to bring your vehicle registration with you as it is necessary to purchase a beach parking permit. Scarborough Beach State Park (Private Beach - not managed through the Town of Scarborough) www.scarboroughbeachstatepark.com (207) 883-2416 Scarborough Community Services 17 Community Information Facilities and Fields Scarborough Organizations Field and Facility Reservations F or all organizations outside of Community Services’ management, such as Little League, Football Club, E veryone may now access our reservation calendars online. Visit www.scarborough.me.us/commserv/documents/ field_res/index.html to check availability of Scarborough Cheering, Lacrosse Club, and Men’s Softball Leagues, please visit our website for contact information and athletic fields as well as several indoor facilities, including website links: the gymnasiums at the high school, middle school, and www.scarborough.me.us/commserv/ Wentworth, and the high school Winslow Homer Auditorium. documents/cominfo These calendars are updated every Friday. To schedule a field or facility, please contact Community Services at 730-4150 for more information. Community Services ALL USE OF FIELDS OR FACILITIES REQUIRE RESERVATIONS THROUGH COMMUNITY SERVICES. Online Resources Lighting fees are separate from field and court rental fees: Fields (includes turf) $70 per hour Track/Courts $15 per hour How to Register Online www.scarborough.me.us/commserv/documents/onlinereginstructions.pdf How to Access All Receipts Outdoor Lighting Management www.scarborough.me.us/commserv/documents/ereceipts.pdf O ur wireless lighting system allows users within the community to schedule field lights. The Clifford “Kippy” Mitchell Sports Complex light system is set up in How to Pay Child Care Balances Online www.scarborough.me.us/commserv/documents/paymentinstructions.pdf seven zones as follows: • McFarland Baseball Field • JV Soccer Field • Turf Field • Basketball Courts Find Us on Facebook! • Route 114 Softball Field • Varsity Softball Field • Track W hat a great way to get up-to-the-minute updates on our youth and adult programs, to access information about upcoming special events, and to RATES: ask quick questions without picking up a phone! Basketball/Tennis Courts .................... $15 per hour Track ....................................................$15 per hour Not on Facebook or Twitter? Registration is quick and easy! Fields* ................................................. $70 per hour Please visit us at * Turf, McFarland, Varsity, and Softball Fields www.facebook.com/pages/Scarborough- All accounts operate on a pre-paid basis. Community-Services/171657636190012 and To set up an account or for further information, Like Us today! please contact Community Services at 730-4150. Visit our trails webpage: www.scarborough.me.us/commserv/trails/index • Eastern Trail • Scarborough River Wildlife Sanctuary • Libby River Farm • Wiley Sports Complex • Springbrook Sports Complex • Sewell Woods • Memorial Park • Broadturn Farm • Peterson Sports Complex • Fuller Farm Scarborough Community Services 18 Amenities Guide Walking/Bike Trail Restrooms -- Seasonal Restrooms -- Year-Round Public Shower Facilities Portable Toilets Playground Picnic Tables Outdoor Track Outdoor Tennis Court Outdoor Skateboard Park Outdoor Basketball Courts Outdoor Amphitheater Open Space Leisure Equipment Rental (seasonal) Indoor Rental - Cafeteria Indoor Rental - Auditorium/Stage Indoor Rental - Gym Ice Rink Foot Shower Field - Soccer Field - Multi-Use Field - Football Field - Baseball/Softball Drinking Fountains Concession Stand Boat Launch Bike Racks Benches/Bleachers Parking (approx. # of spots) F or detailed directions and rental information, please contact Community Services at 730-4150. For indoor or outdoor facilities reservation forms, please visit our website or stop in to the Community Services office on the third floor of the Municipal Building. www.scarborough.me.us/ commserv/index Scarborough High School & Clifford Mitchell 690 Sports Complex - 11 Municipal Drive Scarborough Middle School & Middle School 150 Sports Complex - 21 Quentin Drive Schools 190 Wentworth School - 9 Wentworth Drive 50 Blue Point School - 174 Pine Point Road 50 Eight Corners School - 22 Mussey Road 35 Pleasant Hill School - 143 Highland Avenue 30 Memorial Park - 5 Durant Drive 75 Springbrook Park - 11 Longmeadow Road 85 Willey Park - End of Tenney Lane Peterson Sports Complex - 138 Old Blue Point 75 Road Parks 40 SEDCO Field - 29 Black Point Road 10 Blue Point Park - 241 Pine Point Road 60 Black Point Park - 160 Black Point Road Snowberry Ocean View Park - 376 Pine Point n/a Road 50 Ferry Beach - 50 Ferry Road Beaches 250 Pine Point Beach (Hurd Park) - 63 King Street 62 Higgins Beach Parking Lot - 39 Ocean Avenue 8 Clay Pits Boat Launch - 33 Clay Pits Road Boat Launches Co-Op Parking/Boat Launch - 93 King Street 75* * 75 car parking spots, 50 boat trailer parking spots Eastern Trail 20 Parking 0.3 miles on left on Pine Point Road Scarborough River Wildlife Sanctuary (56 10 acres) - Parking across from 207 Pine Point Road (Ken’s Place) 15 Fuller Farm (220 acres) - 315 Broadturn Road Trails Libby River Farm (123 acres) - Parking at 336 n/a Black Point Road (Camp Ketcha) Broadturn (Meserve) Farm (434 acres) 10 388 Broadturn Road Sewell Woods (35 acres) n/a Parking 0.2 miles on left on Ash Swamp Road Scarborough Community Services 19 Sponsor-A-Bench Sponsor-A-Tree Program Fees (please check one) Bench: $1,800 _____ Tree: $600 _____ Please make checks payable to Town of Scarborough. Applicant Information Name __________________________ Date _____________ Street ____________________________________________ Town/City_________________________________________ State____________________ Zip _____________________ Telephone Numbers: Home __________________________ Work ____________________ Cell __________________ Email Address ___________________________________ __ Select Tree Type (please circle selection) Zelkova Tuliptree Flowering Tree Wording for the Plaque (please see examples below) _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Special Instructions _________________________________________________ Sponsor-A-Tree _________________________________________________ at Memorial Park Examples Would you like to purchase a tree to be placed in beautiful Memorial Park to honor a birth, In Loving Memory of Dedicated to Harry Smith Harry Smith anniversary, or the memory of a loved one? January 1, 1900, to January 2, 2000 1900 to 2000 Select from three types of trees and a granite stone marker will be placed beneath with a message of your choice. You’ll not only For Staff Use Only: be paying tribute to a loved one but will be Amount Paid: $________ (Please circle) Cash Debit Check #________ providing your community with a lifetime of Sent to Maintenance _________ Via (Please circle) Email Interoffice Initials____ benefits that come from planting a tree. Sponsor-A-Bench at Memorial Park Celebrate a special event, memory, or a person’s life by purchasing a park bench to be placed in Memorial Park. You may choose one of a few benches in the park and place a copper plate with your chosen message on the bench. Pay tribute to a loved one and provide seating in a beautiful park for years to come. Scarborough Community Services 20 Sponsors S carborough Community Services (SCS) is pleased to acknowledge sponsors within our community who support Community Services and its countless activities provided to the residents of the Town of Scarborough. Each cash donation helps to support special events, including but not limited to Summerfest, Winterfest, and the Annual 55+ Barbeque. Each sponsorship level is recognized in the following ways: Platinum Sponsor Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsor Bronze Sponsor Friend Sponsor $2,000* $1,000 $500 $250 $100 Town Hall Public Plaque Town Hall Public Plaque Personal Plaque Personal Plaque Certificate of Recognition Personal Plaque Personal Plaque Brochure Recognition Brochure Recognition Brochure Recognition Brochure Recognition Brochure Recognition SCS Website Recognition SCS Website Recognition SCS Website Recognition with link to business website SCS Website Recognition SCS Website Recognition Cable TV Recognition Cable TV Recognition Cable TV Recognition with business logo, name, with business logo, name, with business name on with link to business website with link to business website and website on full slide and website on half slide one slide with all Friends Cable TV Recognition Cable TV Recognition with business logo, name, with business logo, name, and website on full slide and website on full slide * with tree at Memorial Park ($2,500) Community Services sincerely thanks each of the following businesses for their support: Platinum Sponsors Silver Sponsors Eight Corners Pizza Mitchell’s Electric Nationwide Payment Solutions Granting Resources and Assistance through Community Efforts Thank you to Project G.R.A.C.E. for supporting many of our child care families. Bronze Sponsors Ace Hardware AlliedCook Construction Dead River Company Dermalogix Partners, Inc. Johnson & Jordan Optimal Performance Physical Therapy Pat’s Pizza of Scarborough Thank you to Town & Country Federal Credit Union TRSS Wealth Management for their gracious gift of a flagpole in memory of Dr. George E. Roy, Jr., a former town councillor Villari’s Self Defense Center and chairman and Scarborough businessman. Friends Sponsors Gold Sponsors Beacon Appraisal Biddeford Savings Bank Daniel Ravin, D.M.D. Dennis Hall’s Black Point Auto & Towing Fielding’s Oil & Propane Fun and Sun Rentals Hannaford Supermarkets Lisa Howard, DDS Moose Family Center Natural Motion Martial Arts Pine Point Animal Hospital Quinn’s Installation Refresh-Rebuild-Relax Scarborough Community Services 21 Benefactors and Donors S carborough Community Services is pleased to present our Benefactor and Donor Program. Many businesses prefer to give donations in the form of certificates, tickets, and gifts. These donations enhance our sponsorship program by providing us with more opportunities. Each benefactor will be recognized through our brochure, website, and cable television. Gold Benefactor Silver Benefactor Bronze Benefactor Friend Benefactor Donor $1,000 $500 $250 $100 Less than $100 Platinum Benefactors Donors Al’s Variety Kamp K9 Baskets by Jane Maine Hits Bayley’s Campground McDonald’s Beal’s Ice Cream Miche Bag of Portland BEI CAPELLI Monson Company Thank you to Haven’s Candies Big 20 Bowling NAPA Auto Parts for their support in sponsoring Thank you to State Bull Moose Music Nirvana Skin Wellness Center our Crazy Candy Hunts at Manufactured Homes for Cookie Lee Jewelry Nonesuch River Golf Club Winterfest 2012. their continued support of Dairy Corner Ruby Chem our 55+ Programs. Dunstan School Restaurant Scarborough Muffler Center Gold Benefactors DZ Designs Frito-Lay Shaw’s Supermarket Texas Roadhouse Bessey Commons Funtown/Splashtown USA Thai 9 Restaurant Portland Pie Co. Happy Wheels Silver Benefactors What does Community Services use sponsorship money and Muller Heating & Plumbing donations for? Bronze Benefactors When businesses provide monetary donations, it is deposited into our Special Events account which is used to fund free family-friendly events throughout the year. When businesses donate items, such as gift certificates, services, tickets, coupons for free Cats on Call Hospital food or activities, gift baskets, or gift items, we offer these as prizes through raffles One-to-One Bodyscapes or silent auctions. This enables Community Services to generate money for future Shelly Rose Photography activities and events throughout the year. Katahdin Trust Company How can the community help? Friend Benefactors Local businesses, organizations, families, and individuals are welcome to donate items or time throughout the year to Community Services. We accept help from volunteers at all of our events (as needed) and we are always looking for gift Black Point Inn Pet Quarters certificates in small amounts, candy, coupons for free food or activities, and small Fun and Sun Rentals Pizza Time trinkets (pencils, stickers, toys). These items are given out to children as prizes at Glazey Days REFRESH REBUILD RELAX some of our yearly events. KJ Awards Subway Sandwiches Maine Indoor Karting Towneplace Suites by Marriott If you are interested in donating to Community Services Pet Life Wendy’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers and our special events, please contact us at 730-4150. 55+ Programs Benefactors and Donors Thanks to the Desfosses Family T he Scarborough Community Services 55+ Program would like to thank those individuals and businesses who have so generously donated to our Thank You, Bessey Commons! S carborough Community Services and the seniors of Scarborough program. State Manufactured Homes W e would like to thank Cindy Milliken Taylor and all the folks at Bessey would like to extend sincere thanks Bessey Commons Dairy Corner Commons for their continued to the Desfosses family and State Friendly’s Restaurants support and generosity of Manufactured Homes for their Glazey Days room use for the Scarborough ongoing support of Scarborough Pat’s Pizza Community Services 55+ seniors and their generosity for the Pizza Plus programs (Scarborough Senior use of the Hillcrest Recreation Center. Walgreens WOW). Scarborough Community Services 22 Little Billy Basketball needs your help getting into the hoop!
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