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From page A9 | August 21, 2013 |

Cameron Park CSD
530-677-2231

Wanted: Youth flag football coaches 
Volunteer coaches for the flag football season is needed. The season begins in September. Coaches will be responsible for teaching proper techniques and skills to players in a fun and safe environment. There will be one to two practices a week at the coach’s discretion and games on Saturdays. There are eight total games in a season and age groups range from second to fourth graders and fifth to eighth graders. If you are interested or have any questions please contact the Cameron Park Community Services District recreation coordinator, Dan Friese at 530-677-2231 or e-mail at cpcsd@cameronpark.org.

Fall Basketball League
Join the new Cameron Park High Scxhool Fall Basketball League for the Sept 9 to Nov. 4 season at the Community Center Gym. Includes playoffs. Sign a team up or be a free agent. Cost per team is $425.

Karate/Taekwondo
For ages 13 and up. Work on hand/foot and eye coordination development. Work on strikes, kicks, blocks, focus and self discipline. Two classes: Monday and Wednesdays, Ssept. 9 to Oct.30; and Oct. 21 to Dec. 16. From 7:45-8:30 p.m. Class at the Cameron Park Taekwondo, Cameron Park Drive, Suite 103. Instructor Mr. and Mrs. Westphal and Ms. Jones. Fee is $124/$119 with CP resident discount.

Table Tennis
Improve balance and hand-eye coordination, exercise and make new friends. Join the Table Tennis Club and Instructor Roy Imai at the Communuty Center Gym. Classes in Sept, Oct., Nov. and Dec. starting the first week of the month from 10 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Bring own equipment. Beginner table tennis paddle and ball can be purchased for $10. Cost of each class is $49/$44 if CP resident. Dec. cost is $39/$34 CP resident.

El Dorado Hills CSD
916-933-6624

Pee Wee Soccer (ages 3-6)
Children will learn the fundamentals of soccer by learning how to kick, trap, pass, shoot on goalie and how play the goalie position. This four week camp meets on Thursdays from Sept. 5 to 26 at the Promontory Community Park Girls Softball Field. Parents can pick from 4 (3 year olds only with parent participation required) or 5 and 6 p.m. for ages 4-6. Fee is $57 and includes a t-shirt, snack and gift card from a sponsoring vendor.  Call the registration desk or go on line at edhcsd.org before the Friday, Aug. 30 deadline.

Pee Wee T-Ball (ages 3-6)
Participants learn the fundamentals of t-ball by learning the correct method of throwing, catching, hitting and running the bases. This four week camp meets on Thursdays from Oct. 3 to 24 at the Promontory Community Park Girls Softball Field. Parents can pick from four (3 year olds only with parent participation required) or 5 and 6 p.m. for ages 4 to 6. Fee is $57 and includes a t-shirt, snack and gift card from a sponsoring vendor. Call the registration desk or go on line at edhcsd.org before the deadline of Sept. 27.

Pee Wee Basketball (ages 4-6)
Children learn the fundamentals of basketball in this 3 week camp by learning how to dribble, pass and shoot. This camp meets on Thursdays from Nov. 7-21 at 5:00 or 6:00 at the Brooks Elementary School Gym. Fee is $45 and includes a camp t-shirt, snack and gift card from a sponsoring vendor. Call the registration desk or go on line at edhcsd.org before the deadline of Nov. 1.

Youth Winter Basketball (grades K–8)
The focus of this league is to play and improve in the game of basketball in a fun, yet competitive environment. The league begins practices in December with games played on Saturday mornings from Jan. 11 to March 1. Registration is $132 ($147 after deadline if space available) and includes uniform and personalized award for each child. Grades may be combined to form teams if necessary.  Deadline to register is Oct. 18 (or when full). Call the registration desk for more details.

Dodgeball (ages 7–13)
This fast paced game helps improve participants hand-eye coordination while at the same time having fun and learning the value of teamwork. Participants play multiple games each Thursday night from Aug. 29 – Sept. 19 at the CSD Gym from 7-7:45 p.m.. Fee is $50 and includes t-shirt.  Sign up on line at edhcsd.org or call the registration desk for more information.

Adult 3×3 Basketball
Teams play seven games followed by play-offs for the top four teams.  Games are played at the CSD Gym on Wednesday evenings from Oct. 9 – Dec. 4 and again from Jan. 8 – Feb. 26  with a team fee of $145.  Play-off winners earn championship t-shirts for their efforts.  Registration deadline is Sept. 27 for the October league and Dec. 20 for the January session.  Call the registration desk to register or for more information.

Adult 5×5 Basketball
Teams play seven games followed by play-offs for the top four teams. Games are played at the CSD Gym on Sunday afternoons  from Sept. 222 – Nov. 10 and again from Nov. 24 – Feb. 9, 2014  with a team fee of $405.  Play-off winners earn championship t-shirts for their efforts. Registration deadline is Sept. 13 for the September league and Nov. 15 for the November session. Call the registration desk to register or for more information.

Coed Soccer (7 vs 7)
This league plays on Wednesday nights at the Promontory Community Park Synthetic Field from oct. 23 – Dec. 18 and again on Jan. 8 – Feb. 26, 2014. Teams play seven games followed by play-offs for the top four teams with winning team earning championship t-shirts for their efforts. Team fee is $595 with a deadline of Oct. 11 for the October league and Dec. 20 for the January session. Call the registration desk for more details.

Monday Night Pick-Up Softball
This drop in league plays every Monday Night at the Promontory Adult Field beginning at 6:30 p.m..  Teams are formed based on participants and the cost is only $2.50 per night.  Sign in at the score table located at the field.  League runs from now until October 28.

Adult Open Gym Basketball
Drop in any Monday or Thursday Night at the CSD Gym for only $4 per visit, or purchase punch card for $15 allowing 5 visits. Times are 8:15-10 p.m.

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