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					    Tremonton Parks
     and Recreation




    Summer and Fall 2011

www.tremontoncity.com
                                                         Mission Statement
                                       To provide a fun and safe environment for both youth and
                                       adults to recreate, educate, and enjoy quality leisure time.
                                       We strive to enhance and better our community by offering
                                       more.

                  AT TREMONTON PARKS AND RECREATION:
                      “Sportsmanship is not just something we talk about …
                                     and is not optional!”
    On Sportsmanship: Our goal is to promote good sportsmanship and fair play for all players, coaches,
    spectators, officials, staff and any others involved in our programs. We need to attain this goal!


                            CONCERNING THE “DRAFTS”
        All leagues offered by Tremonton Parks and Recreation are just that…RECREATIONAL.
    They are meant for fun and the development of skills as well as the individual. When a league
    holds a draft, it is designed to make all teams as fair and even as possible. It is required that
    all participants of the league attend the “Draft.” For this purpose all participants who do not
    attend the pre-draft workout will not be eligible for the draft selection. All registered partici-
    pants will be placed on a team regardless, but only players at the pre-draft will be eligible to
    be selected. All others not in attendance will be assigned to a team at random. Please, when
    possible, all youth who are supposed to be at a draft……BE THERE!

    At Tremonton Parks and Recreation, quality and service are high priorities. We hope each par-
    ticipant who uses our services may do so in a fun, non-threatening environment. To ensure the
    safety and well being of our youth as well as adults, it will be required that all youth coaches,
    instructors and volunteers must consent to a legal background check to be performed on
    him/her. All checks will be done professionally by agencies outside of TPR. This is not meant
    to be a burden. We appreciate all who have coached in the past and hope you will continue to
    do so. We all know that without the help of volunteer coaches our youth programs will not
    function. Know you are appreciated and these steps are taken as precautions to protect our
    youth. We want the best for them and can never be too careful.

                       Diamond and Park Use Scheduling (257-9485)
         ALL FIELD USE MUST BE SCHEDULED THROUGH TREMONTON CITY
                                SCHEDULING PRIORITIES:
                      1. Games scheduled for Tremonton City Rec. teams
                     2. Practices scheduled for Tremonton City Rec. teams
                 3. Games scheduled by other agencies (fee must be paid first)
                            4. Practices scheduled by other agencies
                  Once a diamond is prepped and chalked for game play,
1      no practices will be scheduled. Please do not use diamonds after preparation.
 A Message From Tremonton Parks and Recreation
     Tremonton Parks and Recreation is the proud recipi-
ent of the 2011 Outstanding Parks and Recreation
Department for the State of Utah. On March 1- 3, the
Utah Recreation and Parks Association (URPA) held its
annual conference and awards banquet in Midway, Utah.
Parks and Recreation agencies from throughout the state
were in attendance. Tremonton City and Salem City
were nominated for the Class 1 (serving 0-15,000 peo-
ple) Outstanding Parks and Recreation Department.
Tremonton City walked away with the award. It is our
privilege to provide the residents of the Bear River
Valley multiple activities to keep them fit and active.
Tremonton has some amazing parks and amenities and
we love to see people using them. As the snow melts
and people start filling the parks, we ask that you take
                                                                   Chris Barfuss and Marc Christensen
care of the parks and leave them nice for those who fol-   to see implemented into Tremonton Parks and
low you. We are always looking to better our parks and     Recreation. We would like to say THANK YOU for
programs, and we ask that you give us input on what we     your participation and support in Tremonton Parks and
can do better, what you enjoy and what you would like      Recreation.




 Marc Christensen                 Chris Barfuss                     Lynn Green                  Amber Martin
Parks & Rec. Director         Recreation Coordinator             Parks Maintenance            Recreation Secretary



                                    What’s Inside
Parks & Recreation Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 2
Recreation Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 2
Volunteer Service Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3
Recreation Policies & Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4
Registration Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4
Refund Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4
Tremonton Parks, Bowery Rentals & Phone Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 5
Youth Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 6
Adult Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 14
Community & Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 17
At A Glance Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 22
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                           VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD
                              The Tremonton Parks             by supervising any sport
                          and Recreation Volunteer            whenever we needed it
                          Service Award is given              with no questions asked.
                          biannually to a deserving           She also helped us with
                          person or persons in the            scorekeeping        Adult
                          community who have                  Softball and Men's
                          demonstrated a high level           Basketball. Sarah has
                          of service to the Parks and         helped us the most with
                          Recreation Department.              Jr. Jazz, as she is our
                          This season's award is              gym supervisor at the
                          presented to Troy and               middle school. All Sarah
                          Sarah Brown.                        wants for her service is
                              For many years now,             for the youth in this val-
                          Troy and Sarah have been            ley to understand sports-
                          more than willing to help           manship and to have fun
                          with coaching, refereeing,          while they are partici-
                          supervising or just volun-          pating in their sport pro-
                          teering wherever needed.            grams.                                TROY AND SARAH BROWN
                          For example, Sarah has                   Troy has helped us        rules of the games and       and Recreation staff
                          helped us with The                  with coaching, umpiring        helps them understand        would like to say thanks
                          Hershey Track and Field             and helping Sarah super-       sportsmanship, which is      to Troy and Sarah and
                          event where she was there           vise and scorekeep. He is      our main goal. We love       their family for their sup-
                          most of the day.                    a great coach as he helps      having Troy and Sarah        port this year of the
                              Sarah has also helped           the youth understand the       involved in our recreation   Tremonton Parks and
                                                                                             programs because they are    Recreation Department.
                                                                                             two people who truly         They have helped so
                                                                                             understand           what    much in making our pro-
                                                                                             Tremonton Parks and          grams better for everyone
                                                                                             Recreation is all about,     in our community.
                                                                                             which is sportsmanship in    Sincerely,
                                                                                             all our programs.            Tremonton Parks and
                                                                                                  The Tremonton Parks     Recreation


                            “We invite                                                              TREMONTON PARKS AND
                               you to                                                              RECREATION DISCLAIMER:
VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD




                           compare our                                                          To all those who have unselfishly taken the time
                                                                                                  to coach a team or volunteer in any way, we
                             everyday                                                           thank you, please continue! For those who have
                                                     300 East Main, Tremonton                    not, know we need you. We understand every-
                                Low                                                              one is “busy,” but if everyone is “busy” who is
                                                             257-7014
                              Prices.”                                                             going to take the time for the kids? Don't
                                                                                                 always expect “someone else will do it.” Take
                                                                             QUALITY            an active part in your child's life. If you do, you
                                                                            AT THE                will find it is fun and rewarding and you will
                                                                       RIGHT PRICE                  realize you make a difference in so many
                                                                                                                     youth lives.
                                  • Full Service Bakery & Deli • 100% Guaranteed Produce
                                                                                                   All dates, time, cost, etc. were current at
                               • Videos • Convenient Service Desk • Pharmacy • ATM Machine
                                  • Discover, Visa, Mastercard, American Express Accepted
                                                                                                   printing date. All information is subject
                                                                                                            to change without notice.
  3                                   • Members First Credit Union (Tremonton Store)
    Tremonton Parks and Recreation
        102 South Tremont St.,
        Tremonton, UT 84337
    Phone: 257-9485 Fax 257-9488
       Rainout Hotline: 257-9489
        www.tremontoncity.com


   RECREATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:
1. Sportsmanship and respect are mandatory in         youth teams to their discretion.
all programs. Participants, coaches, spectators,      6. In youth programs, players must enroll in their
etc. may be ejected at any time without prior         current grade and play in that league.
warning if deemed necessary.                          7. For adult programs, all participants must be at
2. Due to the high amount of customers, special       least 16 years old.
requests are not guaranteed. Car pooling is not a     8. Participants are highly encouraged to have
reason for a specific team.                           their own insurance policy.
3. Harassment of officials, umpires, scorekeepers,    9. All dates and times are subject to change.
supervisors or staff is not tolerated. Ejections or   10. Call the “rain-out” hotline for info after 4 p.m.
suspensions may be imposed any time without           to see if games are being played (257-9489)
warning.                                              11. All fields used for private use need to be
4. The use of alcohol or tobacco while participat-    scheduled through Tremonton City and all fees
ing in a Tremonton Recreation program is not          need to be paid in advance.




                                                                                                              RECREATION AND REGISTRATION POLICES & REFUNDS
allowed.                                              12. Tremonton Recreation has final authority in
5. In programs where there is no draft, the           all situations and circumstances.
Recreation Director and/or staff will organize

                      REGISTRATION POLICIES:
Registration periods for various programs will be established by Tremonton Parks and Recreation. To
be considered registered, the following must be completed:
 1. A registration form must be completely filled out and signed by a custodial parent or legal
    guardian, (when registering a youth) for each participant.
 2. All fees must be paid at time of registration. Registration forms will be accepted at the Tremonton
    City Office (102 S. Tremont St.) from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Payments of cash or check only will be
    accepted.
 3. A $5 non-resident fee will be applied to each youth program for anyone who lives outside of
    Tremonton.

Late registrations: Will be accepted on a "first-come" space availability basis only.
       ** A $5 LATE FEE WILL BE ASSESSED TO EACH LATE REGISTRATION! **

                              REFUND POLICIES:
A $5 non-refundable office charge will be assessed to all registrations.
1. Tremonton Parks and Recreation will offer a full refund (except $5) for all refunds requested while
the registration period is still open.
2. After the registration period has ended, a refund of 50 percent (except $5) will be offered.
3. After the program/event has begun, no refund will be offered. (Special exceptions may be made on
a case-by-case basis for special circumstances.                                                                     4
                                 Tremonton Parks and recreation
                                                102 S. Tremont St. • Tremonton
               Phone: 257-9485                    Fax/: 257-9488      Rain-out Hotline: 257-9489
                                                    www.tremontoncity.com


                                   CITY PARKS                                                                        Grill up a
              Tremonton City has some beautiful parks for the enjoyment of the general
              public. Please feel free to use them, but remember to take care of our pre-
              cious parks. Put trash in its place, obey posted park rules, be courteous
              and respect others and keep music levels low. Report any violations to the
              police. Remember all sporting events must be scheduled through the
              Parks and Rec. Dept.
                                                                                                                 Plan a Picnic
                PARK                                  PLAY         REST         BALL      TENNIS
                            ADDRESS      BOWERY
                NAME                                 GROUND       ROOMS        FIELDS     COURTS

                North
                Park
                             100 W.
                             600 N.        x x x x
               Meadow
                Park
                             754 S.
                             700 W.        x x x x
                Harris
                Park
                             625 W.
                             450 N.          x                                                               Enjoy the Shade
               Shuman
                Park
                             200 N.
                            Tremont St     x x x   x
               Stevens
                Park
                             670 N.
                            1000 W.        x x x x
                City
                Block
                              150 S
                             100 W.                x
              The bowery and picnic tables at North Park and Meadow Park may be reserved for groups or individuals. Reservations include bowery
                    use, tables, electricity and water and are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Reservation fees are $20 per day and are
CITY PARKS




                     taken at/or by calling the Tremonton City Office Building, 257-9485. All fees must be paid at the time of reservation..

                                                OTHER PHONE NUMBERS TO KNOW
             Tremonton City Office Building . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257-9500
             Tremonton Police Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257-9554 or 9-1-1
             Tremonton Senior Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257-9455
 5           Tremonton Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257-9525
NFL Punt, Pass & Kick

 Date:      Monday, Sept. 19, 2011

 Time:      Registration starts at 4:30 p.m.
            Competition starts at 5 p.m.

 Where:     Jeanie Stevens Park

 Cost:      FREE for ages 6-15
            as of Dec. 31, 2011

     Millions of kids from all over the country par-   trip to compete during a NFL playoff game.
ticipate in the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick every          (Tremonton local competition has produced a
year. This is your chance to join them!!               national finalist, so it can be done!)
     Boys and girls will compete separately against
their peers in punting, passing and place kicking      NO CLEATS ALLOWED -
skills. Winners advance to the finals held in          BRING PROOF OF AGE, i.e. birth certificate.
Northern Utah and then in Denver, Colo., at a          DIVISIONS: 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15,
Broncos’ game! Winners from there could win a               boys/girls separate.


OFFICIALS WANTED: Full Training Provided, Great Pay, A Fun Job. If you are interested
 in a position as an umpire, official, scorekeeper, or supervisor, contact the recreation office.
                 We need great people for a variety of games and age levels.
                       FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 257-9487.




                                                                                                     SPECIAL EVENTS




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               Youth Volleyball

            Registration Dates:
               March 21, 2011 - April 18, 2011

            Where:   A.C.H.I.S.

            Day:     Tuesdays

            Age:     6-8th grades

            Time:    5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
                                                         This is a great program for all boys and girls interested
            Program Dates: Begins April 19, 2011         in learning and playing volleyball, as well as having
                    Program runs for 6 weeks.            fun and making new friends. Program is structured to
                                                         spend time each session on different skills: passing,
            Cost:    $25/Resident, $30/Non-Res.          setting, hitting, defense, etc. Teams will also be
                         Includes T-shirt                formed and real scored matches will be played each
                                                         session.
                                    *Instructors will be the BRHS volleyball coaches.




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            NEW THIS YEAR! NEW THIS YEAR!
           Youth Bowling Summer Session                           Youth Bowling Fall Session
            Registration Dates:                                    Registration Dates:
                    April 1 - June 1                                       June 20 - September 13

            Grades: 3 - 12                                         Grades: 3 - 12
            Days: Tuesday & Thursday                               Days: Wednesday Afternoons
                       Mornings
                                                                   Start Date:
            Start Date:
                                                                          Wednesday Sept. 14 (8 sessions)
                   Tuesday June 7 (8 sessions)

            Time: 10 a.m. until you finish                         Time: 4 p.m. until you finish
               2 games. (Time subject to change)                      2 games. (Time subject to change)

            Where: Bear River Bowling Center                       Where: Bear River Bowling Center
PROGRAMS




            Cost: $40 resident/$45 non-resident                    Cost: $40 resident/$45 non-resident
               (includes all lane fees, instructor)                   (includes all lane fees, instructor)
                    $5 more for a T-shirt                                  $5 more for a T-shirt

            This is a new program starting in 2011. The youth will learn how to bowl, keep
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                          score, play tournaments, make friends and have fun.


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            NEW THIS YEAR! NEW THIS YEAR!
           T-Ball

Registration Dates:
   April 1 - May 5, 2011

First Game: June 1

Where:Stevens Park
 (All days and locations are subject to
                change)
                                                                                   No draft. Teams will be formed by
Days: Mondays and Wednesdays                                                       area and will be divided at random
                                                                                  equally by gender and grade by the
                                                                                 Tremonton Parks and Recreation staff.
Grades: Current kindergarten and
      5 year-olds who are entering                                                 Parents, this is a great program to
      kindergarten in the fall                                                   develop your “little sluggers” in a fun,
                                                                                 non-threatening environment. T-Ball is
                                                                                   structured for the kids to have fun,
Cost: $20 resident, $25 non-resident                                                 learn basics skills and meet new
    Includes team uniform top and                                                friends. Everyone plays, no scores, no
            awards for all.                                                                        stress.




Shetland League (Coach Pitch)

Registration Dates:
April 1 - May 5, 2011

First Game:      June 2
                                                                                                                            PROGRAMS
Days Played: Tuesdays and Thursdays
                                                    No draft. Teams will be formed by
Where:           Meadow Park                        area and will be divided at random
 (All days and locations are subject to change)    equally by gender by the Tremonton
                                                        Parks and Recreation staff.

Grades:          For all Boys and Girls           This program is designed to bridge the
                                                  gap between T-Ball and regular youth
                 currently in 1st Grade
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                                                  team sports. Coaches will pitch easily
                                                     to hitters while defense is taught.
                                                  Emphasis is put on having fun, team-
Cost: $20 resident, $25 non-resident                work, learning new fundamentals,
    Includes team uniform top and                          making friends, etc…
            awards for all.
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             Mustang Baseball (Machine Pitch)

            Registration Dates:
                   April 1 - May 5, 2011

            First Game:       June 1

            Days Played: Mondays and Wednesdays

            Where:            Meadow Park
              (All days and locations are subject to change)

            Grades:           Current 2-3rd
                                                                No draft. Teams will be valley wide and will be divided at random
            Cost: $30 resident, $35 non-resident                equally by grade by the Tremonton Parks and Recreation staff.
            Includes team uniform top, hat, tourna-             A great beginning league where the “zooka” machines put an easy
             ment, awards for tournament winners,               strike each pitch. Focus is on learning fundamentals, rules and having
                                                                fun!
                        all-star games.                            *All players must wear their own pair of grey baseball pants.*

               Includes training clinic by professional player on Wednesday, June 15, 11 a.m. @ North Park.

            Pinto League Baseball

            Registration Dates:
                   April 1 - May 5, 2011

            Draft:            Saturday May 21,
                              11:30 a.m. @ North Park

            First Game:       June 1

            Days Played: Mondays and Wednesdays

            Where:            Stevens Park
              (All days and locations are subject to change)

                                                                  This is a great league where skills are really learned with live
            Grades:           Current 4-6th                       pitching, base stealing and great competition. The draft will be
                                                                  Sat. May 21, 11:30 a.m., @ North Park. All players not attend-
                                                                  ing the draft will not be available for the selection process and
            Cost:                                                 will be placed on a team at random.
            $45 resident, $50 non-resident                          *All players must wear their own pair of grey baseball pants.*
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               Includes team uniform top, hat, Bees
             ticket, player benefit card, tournament,          Includes training clinic by professional player on
                        scorekeepers, etc…                       Wednesday, June 15, 11 a.m. @ North Park.


                                    WANT TO ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS?
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           Here is a great opportunity to have your business advertised as well as support our community.
            From May - October hundreds of people a night attend Stevens Park for youth and adult pro-
           grams. For only $100 your banner will hang on an outfield fence all summer/fall for everyone to
                             see. Call 257-9486 to advertise! *Terms and conditions apply.
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 Pony League Baseball

Registration Dates:
       April 1 - May 5, 2011

Draft:            Saturday May 21,
                  9 a.m. @ North Park

First Game:       June 1

Days Played: Mondays and Wednesdays

Where:         North Park, possible
travel to Brigham City.
  (All days and locations are subject to change)
   We hope there will be enough kids to              This is a great league where skills are really learned with live pitching,
                                                     base stealing and great competition. The draft will be Sat., May 21,
   only play in Tremonton. There is a                9 a.m. @ North Park. All players not attending the draft will not be
  chance we will combine with Brigham                available for the selection process and will be placed on a team at
  City and some travel may be required.              random.


Grades:           Current 7-9th                        *All players must wear their own pair of grey baseball pants.*

Cost: $50 resident, $55 non-resident
Includes team uniform top, hat, Bees
ticket, player benefit card, tournament,            Includes training clinic by professional player on
scorekeepers, etc…                                    Wednesday, June 15, 11 a.m. @ North Park.



 Falcon League Softball (Coach Pitch)


Registration Dates:
       April 1 - May 5                             No draft.
                                                   Teams will be valley
                                                   wide and will be divided
First Game:       June 2                           at random equally by
                                                   grade by the Tremonton
                                                   Parks and Recreation
                                                   staff.
Days Played: Tuesdays and Thursdays
                                                   A great beginning league
                                                   where the coaches pitch
Where:            North Park                       underhand to each batter.
  (All days and locations are subject to change)   Focus is on learning fun-                                                      PROGRAMS
                                                   damentals, rules and
                                                   having fun!
Grades:           Current 2-3rd

Cost: $25 resident, $30 non-resident
 Includes team uniform top and softball
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          visor, awards for all.                                *All players must wear their own pair of
                                                                    Black baseball pants or shorts.*

Includes training clinic by professional player on Wednesday June 15th, 11:00 a.m. @ North Park
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             Filly League Softball


            Registration Dates:
                   April 1 - May 5

            Draft:             Saturday May 21, 2 p.m.
                               @ North Park

            First Game:        June 2

            Days Played: Tuesdays and Thursdays

            Where:             North Park
              (All days and locations are subject to change)
                                                                   All players not attending the draft will not be available for the selection
                                                                   process and will be placed on a team at random.
            Grades:            Current 4-6th                        *All players must wear their own pair of black baseball pants or shorts.*

            Cost: $35 resident, $40 non-resident                    7-8TH GRADE GIRLS - IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PLAYING,
                                                                      PLEASE CALL THE REC OFFICE @ 257-9485. IF WE HAVE
             Includes league team uniform top and                       ENOUGH INTEREST WE WILL HAVE A FOX LEAGUE.
             softball visor, tournament, awards for
               tournament winners, all-stars etc.                    Includes training clinic by professional player on
                                                                       Wednesday, June 15, 11 a.m. @ North Park.




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                 Please let us know if you are interested in helping us start a new program
                    in Tremonton. We are always open for ideas. Call Marc at 257-9486.

            Red Rockets Track & Field Club                                      FIRST YEAR WAS A GREAT SUCCESS
                                                                                REGISTER FOR OUR SECOND YEAR


            Registration Dates:
                   April 1 - May 18

            Practice Days: Tue., Wed. and Thurs.

            Practice Time: 6 p.m. @ the BRHS Track

            First Meeting: Thursday, May 19
                   6 p.m. @ the BRHS Track
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            Ages: 9 - 18 year olds

            Cost: $35 resident, $40 non-resident

           Our first year was a great success. Register for
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           the Tremonton Red Rockets Track and Field Club.
           Registration fees includes: Instructors for practice,
           5 competitive meets with other clubs around
           Northern Utah, District meet, Hershey Track and
           Field, etc…
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           4-H Camps


Robotics Camp- Sumo Challenge

Registration Starts:           May 1, 2011
Registration Due by:           June 7, 2011

        **REGISTER AT THE
  USU EXTENSION, 01 SOUTH MAIN,
     BRIGHAM CITY, UT 84302**
                                                     Lil Detectives Camp
When:                June:     20-23
                                                     Registration Starts:            May 1, 2011
Time:                9 a.m. - Noon                   Registration Due by:            July 6, 2011
Where:               Tremonton Public Works                        **REGISTER AT THE
                     Building                                USU EXTENSION, 01 SOUTH MAIN,
                                                                BRIGHAM CITY, UT 84302**
Who:                 5th-7th graders
                     (as of January 2011)            When:        July 18-20
Cost:             $35                                Time:        9 a.m. - Noon
           Limit of 20 Participants
                                                     Where:       Box Elder Fairground (Museum Building)
The Box Elder County 4-H Program is offering
a Robotics Camp for youth in 5th-7th grade (as       Who:         2nd-4th graders (as of January 2011)
of January, 2011). This is a hands-on experi-
ence for youth to design, program and build          Cost:        $25
robots. The robots are built with Lego               Come solve Camp mysteries during this three-day 4-H
Mindstorms NXT Kits and given different chal-        adventure! Youth will discover clues and conduct experi-
lenges. This is sure to be an exciting and fasci-    ments while understanding science and learning new
nating experience for all participating.             skills. This camp will be educational, active and FUN!




           Youth Golf

                                                      This is a great program for
  Registration Dates:     May 2 - June 2             kids who need something to
          *limited # of registrations               do in the mornings during the
                                                       summer! It is designed to
  REGISTER EARLY! REGISTER AT THE                   improve skills in three areas:
        TREMONTON CITY OFFICE                       driving and irons, putting and
  Starts: June 6 or 7 - runs for six weeks          green skills and chipping and
                                                     short game. As the program                                 PROGRAMS
                                                     progresses, it will move into
  Where: Skyway Golf Course                             course play, cover rules,
                                                    scoring, etc. It will end with
  Days:       Mondays or Tuesdays                     the B.R. youth tournament,
          (depending on number of registrations)      which is included! Skyway
                                                       will have limited clubs to
                                                      rent, bring your own if you
  Ages:       8-16
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                                                               have them.

  Cost:    $45 resident, $50 non-resident              CLASSES WILL BE
   Includes instructor lessons, green fees,          SMALL FOR MORE ONE
               driving range.                        ON ONE INSTRUCTION!

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                   Fall Soccer


           Registration Dates:
                     June 27 - August 2

           Starts:    End of August

           Where: Stevens Park or Meadow Park

           Day/Time of Play:
            Wednesday or Thursday nights and
                   Saturday mornings
                                                         Fall soccer includes a soccer training/clinic for all
           Grades: Entering K -8th in the fall           players. All players are required to purchase a
                                                         red/white reversible jersey for play. This is avail-
           Cost:      $20 resident, $25 non-resident     able at “Cover-Up” in Tremonton. Teams will be
                                                         formed according to school boundaries by the
                                                         Tremonton Parks and Recreation staff.




                   Flag Football                                  FIRST YEAR WAS A GREAT SUCCESS
                                                                  REGISTER FOR OUR SECOND YEAR

           Registration Dates:
                  July 1 - Aug. 2

           Days Played: Monday
PROGRAMS




           First Game:     August 22

           Where:          Stevens Park

           Grades:         Entering 3rd - 8th            Our first year was a great success. Register for flag
                                                         football and enjoy a fast paced league, with lots of
 YOUTH




           Cost: $30 resident, $35 non-resident          throwing and catching and not so much blocking.
            Includes team uniform top, scorekeep-        This league is designed to teach the basic skills of
            ers, official, flags, awards for all, etc…   football, fundamentals, teamwork, sportsmanship
                                                         and making friends.
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   Adult Summer Softball

  Registration Dates:
         April 1 - May 10, 2011
        PLEASE REGISTER EARLY

  Age:     All Adults (16+)

  Managers Meeting:
        Thurs., May 12 5:30 p.m.
        At the Recreation Office

  First Game:
  Week of May 16

  Days Played:
  Co-Ed (5 men/5 women)..Tuesday nights
  Men……………………..Thursday nights                          All players are required to have a number on the
                                                        back of their uniform. Registrations are taken until
  Where: Stevens Park                                   each league is full, register early to avoid being left
                                                        out! Come to the managers meeting to find out all
  Cost: $300 per team ($30 free agents)                 league rules.



Tremonton Parks and Recreation Disclaimer:
To all those who have unselfishly taken the time to coach a team or volunteer in anyway, we thank you, please
continue! For those who have not, know we need you. We understand everyone is “busy”, but if everyone is to
busy who is going to take the time for the kids? Don't always expect “someone else will do it.” Take an active
part in you child's life. If you do you will find it is fun, rewarding and you will realize you make a difference in
so many youths lives. All days, times, cost, etc…were current at printing date. All information is subject to
change without notice.

  Fall Softball “Elimination” League

  Registration Dates:
         July 18 - August 22
        PLEASE REGISTER EARLY

  Age:     All Adults (16+)

  Managers Meeting:
        Thurs., Aug. 25 5:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                       ADULT PROGRAMS

  First Game: Week of Aug. 29

  Days Played:
  Co-Ed (5 men/5 women)..Wed. nights
  Men……………………..Thurs. nights
                                                        This is a fun league/tournament mix. Teams will
  Where: Stevens Park                                   play each week in their division until they are elim-
                                                        inated. Three games guaranteed. How far you go
  Cost: $100 per team - 3 game guarantee                and how many games you play is up to your team!
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                     Adult Flag Football


                  Registration Dates:
                         July 26 - Aug. 25

                  Managers Meeting:
                        Thurs., Aug. 25, 5:30 p.m.

                  Days Played: Tuesdays

                  Where: Stevens Park

                  Starts: August 30
                                                                         Uniforms provided by the Rec. Dept. Teams are
                  League: 16 and older. Any gender                       welcome to wear their own if desired. A fun, fast
                                                                         paced league with lots of scoring and excitement.
                  Cost: $200 per team ($25 free agents)                  Come experience the fun of the “Double Pass!”
                                                                         Come try something new!




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                       The Brigham outdoor pool opens at noon,
                          Monday through Saturday, between
                             Memorial Day and Labor Day.

                   Swim lessons, water aerobics, and lap swimming
                 are available before noon beginning the second week
                     in June and ending the fourth week in August.
                      The pool is ADA accessible and has a special
                        "family" change area for those needing it.

                 Cost:    Daily entry into the Brigham City Pool for
                 4 years old and older is $5.00 (three years and under
                 are free).
                 • There is a senior admission price of $4.00 for per-
                 sons 60 years and over.
                 • Punch passes and family season passes are also
ADULT PROGRAMS




                 available.
                 • Monday night is family night from 5-8pm the cost is
                 $15.00 per family.
                      The pool is open on Memorial Day, July 4th
                           (includes a midnight swim!) and
                     Labor Day in addition to regular season dates.
                 We will begin registrations for swimming lessons on
                 May 2nd. The cost for swim lessons is $30 for regular
                      classes and $20 for the mom and tot class.
                       For descriptions of the swim class levels
                    and for any other information about the pool,                      1135 N. 1000 W.,
                              please visit our website at
                          www.brighamcity.utah.gov.                                     Tremonton, UT
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                                               NEW THIS YEAR!
                                                                 Arbor Day
                                                         Date: Fri., April 29, 2011

                                                                  Time: 3 p.m.

                                                                  Place:
                                                            North Park Bowery

                                              Tremonton City is excited to take part in Utah's
                                              celebration of Arbor Day. This year we will be
                                              planting a tree in memory of Rhoda and Moon
                                              Haramoto. There will also be crafts for the kids
                                              and snacks for all. Come and participate, it will be
                                              a great experience for everyone.


                   Fire Department Annual Steak Fry

                                        Come support our heroes

                            Saturday, May 7, 2011
                                    * Dinner 4 – 8 p.m.
COMMUNITY EVENTS




                       Tremonton Fire Department
                                       * Door Prizes * Auction after Dinner
                     * Great Food * All proceeds go to benefit the Tremonton Fire Department.
                                          For more info call 230-0775
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   Memorial Day Celebration




       Monday,
     May 30, 2011
        9 a.m.
      Tremonton
      Riverview
      Cemetery
   Patriotic music performances, flag ceremony, special guest speaker, poem readings,
   21 gun salute, “Taps,” a yellow balloon remembrance release, special remembrance
      performed by local veterans, placing of wreaths in remembrance of veterans,
                    loved-ones, red roses and flags for veteran graves.
       FREE TO THE PUBLIC. If you haven't been yet, you are missing a great program!



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                       Tremonton City Days
                                         THURS., FRI. & SAT., JULY 21, 22 & 23

            Raptors Baseball Game




                                Thursday, July 21
                                    “Tremonton City Night”
                                            at the
                          Ogden Raptors Game
                  Pick up    FREE tickets at the City Office
             Men’s Softball Tournament




             Friday, July 22
                        at
DAYS




            Jeanie Stevens
 CITY




                Park
TREMONTON




                    Starts at
                                                      Four games guaranteed
                    5 p.m.                                $100 per team
                                                Call 257-9485 to reserve your team
                                                         (Eight-team cap)
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Tremonton City Days
THURS., FRI. & SAT., JULY 21, 22 & 23

      Movie in the Park

                              Friday, July 22, at Dusk
                                         Movie on the big screen
                                                 at the
                                 Jeanie Stevens Park
                                        Come One, Come All




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                               Tremonton City Days
                                                     THURS., FRI. & SAT., JULY 21, 22 & 23

                   Saturday


            Saturday July 23rd
            7 a.m.          5 K Fun Run
            7:30 a.m.       Flag Ceremony
            8-10 a.m.       Breakfast by the
                            Tremonton City Council
            8 a.m.          Booths (Crafts, food,
                            retail, etc…)
            All Day         Lots of food
            9 a.m.          Baby Contest
            9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Car Show
            10 a.m.         FREE Inflatable Toys
            10 a.m.-1 p.m. Little League -
                            All-Star Games
            1-3 p.m.        Family Contests
            2 p.m.          Home Run Derby
            4 p.m.          Family Games
            6 p.m.-Dark Stage Performances
            8 p.m.          Music Concert
            10 p.m.         FIREWORKS!
                            Men's Softball -
                            Tournament Final
DAYS




             *** Watch for other tournaments
                    throughout the day ***
 CITY
TREMONTON




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  2011 Summer & Fall Calendar at a Glance
             Cut out and hang up


                     MARCH

21- Youth Volleyball Registration Begins


                      APRIL                                                 JULY

1- Youth and Adult Baseball/Softball/T-Ball           1- Youth Flag Football Registration Begins
Registration Begins                                   18- Adult Fall Softball Registration Begins
1- Youth Track & Field Registration Starts            20- Youth Bowling Registration Begins
1- Youth Bowling Registration Starts                  21- Ogden Raptors game free tickets @ city office
18- Youth Volleyball Registration Ends                22- Movie in the Park, Dusk @ Stevens Park
19- Youth Volleyball Begins                           22- Men's Softball Tournament
29- Arbor Day Celebration 3 p.m. @ North Park         23- Tremonton City Days All Day/Night
                                                      26- Adult Flag Football Registration Begins
                        MAY
                                                                          AUGUST
2- Youth Golf Registration Begins
5- Youth Baseball/Softball/T-Ball Registration Ends   2- Youth Flag Football Registration Ends
7- Fire Dept. Steak Fry 4 p.m. @ Fire Station         2- Fall Soccer Registration Ends
10- Adult Softball Registration Ends                  22- Adult Fall Softball Registration Ends
12- Adult Softball Managers Meeting 5:30 p.m. @       22- Youth Flag Football Starts
Rec. Office.                                          25- Adult Fall Softball Managers Meeting 5:30 p.m. @
18- Youth Track & Field Registration Ends             Rec. Office
19- Youth Track & Field's first meeting 6 p.m. @      25- Adult Flag Football Registration Ends
BRHS Track                                            25- Adult Flag Football Managers Meeting 5:30 p.m. @
21- Youth Baseball/Softball Drafts @ North Park       Rec. Office.
30- Memorial Day Commemoration 9 a.m. @               30- Adult Flag Football Begins
Cemetery

                                                                       SEPTEMBER
                       JUNE
                                                      13- Youth Bowling Registration Ends
1- Youth Bowling Registration Ends
                                                      14- Youth Bowling Starts
1- First games for T-Ball, Mustang, Pinto, Pony.
                                                      19- NFL Punt, Pass & Kick 4:30 Registration;
2- First games for Shetland, Falcon, Filly.
2- Youth Golf Registration Ends                       5 p.m. Competition Starts @ Stevens Park
6- Youth Golf Starts                                            * All Dates are subject to change

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