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Cameron Park CSD is planning many activities

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From page B11 | March 30, 2012 |

The Cameron Park Community Services District is offering many activities in April.

Team sports

T-Ball is for boys and girls 4 to 7 years old. Practices and games are on Saturdays only beginning May 5. The district is also looking for adults interested in helping out. Registration is deadline is Friday, April 13.

Recreation and education

Dance classes for youth include ballet, hip hop, jazz, musical theater and more. The adult classes cover ballroom dance, waltz, fox trot, salsa, yoga, cha-cha and more. There is a class for everyone, even those with two left feet.

Youth ballet classes are offered for 3 to 5 year olds, 5 to 8 year olds, and 8 to 12 year olds. Ballet builds strength, flexibility, grace and poise and it’s fun. These classes will introduce a solid foundation to ballet, focusing on the Cecchetti method.

Zumba Gold Toning classes are offered for ages 18 and up. This class involves low-to-moderate strength training. It will combine Zumba choreography and moves with the Zumba lightweight toning sticks to enhance endurance and muscle strength. Zumba toning sticks are provided. This is a great way to have fun and improve muscle strength and toning.

Health and safety

CPR and first aid classes are held regularly.

Events

The Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday, April 7, at Rasmussen Park on Mira Loma Drive in Cameron Park. The Easter Bunny will be available for pictures at about 11 a.m. The egg hunt is for children 10 and under. Face painting and a bounce house are available for a nominal fee. The Marshall Hospital mascot will be there, too. Admission is free. The Easter Bunny arrives on the fire engine at 10 a.m.and the hunt begins at 10:20 a.m.

Community Clean-Up Day is Saturday, April 21 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The CSD partners with El Dorado Disposal. Use this day to clean unwanted junk out of garages, to clean yards of unwanted clippings and tree trimmings and to properly dispose of bulk items.

This free service will be available at Camerado Springs Middle School parking lot at 2480 Merrychase Drive and Christa McAuliffe Park for residents to drop off items from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Snowline Hospice will be at Camerado to accept tax-deductible donations of gently used items. The Fire Safe Council will provide free chipping at Christa McAuliffe Park shredding branches not larger than 12 inches in diameter (no root balls, poison oak, or berries).

No commercial waste will be accepted

Members of the Cameron Park Fire Explorers Program will be volunteering at this event and collecting tax deductible donations.

Upcoming summer events

May: The new water slide opens at the Cameron Park Community Center pool; swim lessons; Cameron Park Swap Meet; Spring Antique, Craft and Garden Show; and Cameron Park Concert Series are happening.

June: Summer camps; Cameron Park Foothill Cruiser; Movies by the pool; Youth Theater; and the Summer Spectacular are scheduled.

July: Summer camps, Community Luau Event at the pool; Cameron Park Community Campout are set.

August: Summer camps; Pooch Plunge and Laps at the Lake are planned.

September: Grill’n and Chill’n — Cameron Park Barbecue Festival is scheduled.

For more information contact the Cameron Park Community Services District at 530-677-2231 or online at cameronpark.org.

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