3C’s Minor Hockey Association to host its AGM on April 11

The meeting will take place at the Coronation Curling Club on Tuesday, April 11 at 7 p.m.

RECREATION NEWS — On Tuesday, April 11 the 3C’s Minor Hockey Association will host its annual general meeting (AGM) at 7 p.m. at the Coronation Curling Club. This is your opportunity to address issues and give us your feedback and any suggestions you have for our hockey program. The meeting is open to all members; if you are a parent of a 3C’s player that makes you a member too. The 3C’s is looking for new members to join the board; specifically they are looking for one additional member from each town, a communications person and three individuals to put their names forward as CAHL directors. If you are interested in joining the board please contact a 3C’s board member or attend the AGM.

Fiftieth anniversary art contest deadline extended

To accommodate for spring break, the 50th anniversary art contest deadline has been extended to Friday, April 7 at 4:30 p.m. We are looking for students in K-12 to submit drawings of 50th anniversary crests for the pool and arena that can be used in promotional materials as we celebrate our milestone of 50 years. Submissions can be dropped off at the Rec Office or emailed to castorrec@townofcastor.ca.

Summer play and recreation camps

New this summer are play and recreation camps! These camps will run from Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through July and August. Activities will include softball/baseball, soccer, ball hockey, basketball, swimming, games, crafts, science experiments and much more. The cost for one week of camp is $100 and $80 when there is a holiday. Registration for camps is open and can be completed at the Castor Recreation Office.

Baseball/softball clinic registration

Registration has been extended to Friday, April 14 for our softball and Baseball Alberta player clinics, which are being held on April 29 and 30, as well as the softball Alberta pitching clinic to be held on May 6 and 7. Each clinic is $75; registration can be completed at the Recreation Office.

Baseball coaching clinics

We will be hosting a Baseball Alberta Initiation Coach Clinic on April 29 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Gus Wetter School. Please contact Natasha Bozek at 403-882-3225 or email castorrec@townofcastor.ca to register. More information on this clinic can be found at http://www.castor.ca/ball.html.

Fitness classes

Leanne offers a wide variety of fitness classes for all ages. Leanne is now offering a bootcamp; this class is a high-energy, total body workout that focuses on every muscle group at an intensity that will simultaneously improve your cardiovascular strength and endurance, by incorporating a variety of exercises and equipment to always keep you on your toes and eager to see what is next! A 10-session punch pass is $100; passes can be purchased at the Recreation Office or from Leanne when you attend any class. The April schedule can be found on our website at www.castor.ca.

For more information on recreation programs please contact Natasha at 403-882-3225 or castorrec@townofcastor.ca.

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