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55 Bennett Drive Caribou, ME 04736 207.493.4224 www.caribourec.org


CARIBOU PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT 55 BENNETT DRIVE CARIBOU, MAINE 04736 (207) 493-4224 (207) 493-4225 FAX Web Address: www.caribourec.org PARKS & RECREATION STAFF Gary Marquis, Superintendent of Parks & Recreation Roland Thibodeau, Director of Parks & Maintenance Matt Bouchard, Director of Recreation Neal Sleeper, Program Director PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION Sue White Jane Mavor-Small Matthew Holabird Troy Barnes

Lynn Jack-Merritt, Office Manager Nate Germain, Maintenance Assistant Michael Thompson, Maintenance Assistant

Kyle Corrigan

Late Fall /Winter/Spring Programs Registration Day Thursday, October 10th @ 7:30 am-8 pm At Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center FACILITY HOURS MAIN OFFICE WALKING HOURS May 1-Sept. 30 M-F 8 am—6 pm May 1-Sept 30 M-F Oct. 1- April 30 M-F 8 am—9 pm Oct. 1-April 30 M-F Sat. GAME ROOM (Sept 9, 2019 –June 6, 2020) Monday through Friday 3 pm-6 pm Saturday (Oct. 1-April 30, 2020) 12-4 pm

6 am–6 pm 6 am–9 pm 12-4 pm

Game room open after 6 pm by reservation only. All other times 3-6 pm (Closed during summer vacation) The Caribou Parks and Recreation Commission and staff are dedicated to serving the entire community through the development and presentation of recreational programs and facilities targeting all age levels with common goal of health improvement and life enrichment. Your cooperation with these policies will help us achieve our mission. POLICY Children under 9 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times unless they are involved in a directly supervised program. (Guardian must be 18 years of age or older) Only children in grades 7 and up are allowed in the facility after 6 pm unless accompanied by an adult guardian. (Guardian must be 18 years of age or older.) Locker rooms are available to program participants only between the hours of 3-6 pm unless otherwise noted. Children under 9 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/guardian to utilize the elevated walking track.


FEES FOR ORGANIZED YOUTHS PROGRAMS $10 per child per program or $50 per child per year $25 per child per program or $125 per child per year

Resident Fees Non-Resident Fees NOTES: • These fees do not include fees for uniforms and equipment nor CROC both which have their own fees and charges. Consult program information for additional charges. Unless specified otherwise. • Refund policy is strictly enforced so please consult program material prior to registration NOTICE OF PAYMENT POLICY - PROGRAM REGISTRATIONS The Caribou Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to provide a variety of programming for all ages. In an effort to insure the quality of the programs and insure good service it is imperative that we have clear policies regarding registration payments. Hopefully the guidelines below will provide you with a clear understanding of policies when registering. 1. All programs will have a minimum number of registrants required. If that number is not fulfilled by the deadline, the program or trip will be cancelled. 2. All registrations must be accompanied by payments in full. No exceptions. 3. No registrations will be accepted over the phone, excepting resident registrants that have paid the annual per child fee where applicable. Non-residents who have paid an annual fee per child may call in to register where applicable however, they will be placed on a waiting list until the starting date of the program. If, the day prior to the start of the program, there are openings, non-resident annual pass participants may be moved into the program and will have priority over per program paying non-residents. 4. If the program which entails a trip must be cancelled due to lack of registrations, anyone having paid will be refunded in full. 5. Regarding trips, all deadlines will be scheduled a minimum of two (2) weeks in advance of the actual program. 6. If, by the deadline there is the required minimum number of registrations, the registration period will remain open, however no registrations will be accepted over the phone after the deadline period. Persons wishing to register must come into the Wellness and Recreation Center to register and pay in full for the program. 7. ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS WITHOUT A 48 HOUR NOTICE. There will be a 50% penalty on any request for refund after the two-week deadline up to 48 hours prior to the program start. PROGRAM ASSISTANCE FUND The Caribou Parks and Recreation Department has developed a Program Assistance Fund that will be available for those people meeting eligibility criteria. Specifically, any Caribou family eligible for free lunch within the RSU 39 guidelines may complete an application form. If eligible, the family may receive up to $20 per child, per year towards the program registration of their choice. In the event the children are new to the community or are homeschooled, income guideline forms and applications are available at the Caribou Parks and Recreation office. CARIBOU WELLNESS & RECREATION CENTER The Caribou Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide array of programming to accommodate the recreational needs of the greater Caribou community. The Wellness and Recreation Center was designed to afford versatility and a wide range of both organized and unorganized activities. The facility offers one large room that can be divided into three small units to accommodate meetings or low impact activities; a game room, a gymnasium with full size basketball court that can be divided with a curtain into two smaller court areas, as well as bleacher seating for over 500, and an elevated two-lane walking track. There is also a two-lane walking area on the main gym floor. Programming options include programs for residents of all ages. Regular youth programming includes, but is not limited to, basketball, baseball, softball, tennis, running, and adventure programming designed for teens. Adult programs include sports programming and wellness-based activities offered both by Parks and Recreation staff and staffing from outside entities. A full schedule of available programming can be viewed at the department’s website at www.caribourec.org or join us on Facebook. The department also publishes seasonal program booklets that are available at the main office at 55 Bennett Drive.


The Caribou Parks and Recreation Department is always looking for new programming ideas from area residents and welcomes public input on the subject. In addition to active and supervised programming, the Parks and Recreation Department offers a number of park facilities for public use including Collins Pond Park, Lyndon Park, Soucie Memorial Sports Complex, approximately 100 miles of the 2200 miles of snowmobile trail that cover Aroostook County and approximately 80 miles of multiuse recreational trail and all-terrain vehicle trail. These trails are maintained with the assistance of the Caribou Snowmobile Club and Caribou ATV Club. For persons wishing to strengthen recreational opportunities in Caribou through philanthropy there are two options. The Caribou Parks and Recreation Department can accept tax deductible donations for programming or facilities, or donors can receive information on the Caribou Parks and Recreation Foundation, a private non-profit 501(c)3 organization. For information on either option please contact the Parks and Recreation office at 493-4224. PROGRAMMING This winter the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department is once again happy to offer the full complement of programs that Caribou residents have been accustomed to for over three decades. Please note that pre-registration is required for most programs; and registration fees are due upon registration. People who have paid the yearly membership fees may register by phone provided that there are no additional fees associated with the programs they are registering for. ATTENTION: There are no regularly scheduled programs during school vacation nor holidays. In the event of inclement weather, cancellations will be announced at the local schools. Check the local newspaper, our website or our Facebook page for updates and special event information. A WORD ABOUT PROGRAMMING The Caribou Parks and Recreation Commission and staff understand that the quality of our staff and volunteers will be playing a vital role in each child’s participation in our programs, whether organized or unorganized. The time of staff and volunteers represents what the Search Institute defines as an external development asset. These assets are the positive experiences young people receive from the world around them. To be effective youth coaches and mentors as well as moms and dads that are spectators, what is needed is an understanding of what actions and behaviors breed success, willingness and ideas to apply that knowledge, and most importantly, a desire to see young people grow up happy, healthy and confident. The Caribou Parks and Recreation Department works diligently to ensure that all staff and volunteers never lose sight of this concept. To insure success, Park and Recreation officials support the most recent studies and trends program developed at the University of Maine at Orono. For many parents and volunteers, competition and winning are the ultimate goals. Unfortunately, studies have shown that kids have a different philosophy. According to youngsters —– winning is not the primary focus in youth sports. Park and Recreation officials believe that attempting to win and achieving to the highest possible level are what sports are all about but also uphold the philosophy that it is how we go about competing that is the important factor. Kids have defined having fun, participating and improving skills as the most important parts of youth sports... not winning. As outlined in Sports Done Right, defining success only as winning is inappropriate for youth sports. Success in team and individual sports is more a matter of striving for continuous improvements on the way to becoming the best one can be as an individual athlete, a team member and a person. Building a definition of success on strengthened character and moral development, on valuing everyone’s contribution to the team, on developing a work ethic that will serve for a lifetime—these are the more important elements of a successful sports experience. Winning and losing are part of the competitions in which we engage, but they are by no means the most important outcomes when sports are done right. We hope that as volunteers and spectators, you will support this philosophy and help us insure that kids grow and have fun. We are after all raising adults and the future leaders of our community. If you would like to find out more about youth sports or development assets log on to www.sportsdonerightmaine.org or www.searchinstitute.org.


BASKETBALL This winter marks the 51st year of pee wee basketball at the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department. The programs are designed to introduce fundamentals of the game to boys and girls in grades 1-6. The programs meet conveniently after school at the Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center.

GRADE 1 & 2 BASKETBALL FEE: $10 residents $25 non-residents A taste of basketball with FUN-damentals and modified games. This program will consist of two sessions per grade. Participants may only sign up for one session and may be put on the waiting list for another session if room allows for them to participate. Pre-registration is required. Please provide a snack for your child. Max 15 youths per grade.

Session 1 Basketball Grade 1 Mon. & Wed. Grade 2 Tues. & Thurs.

@ 3-4pm @ 3-4 pm

October 16 – November 13, 2019 October 17 – November 14, 2019

Session 2 Basketball Grade 1 Tues. & Thurs. Grade 2 Mon. & Wed.

@ 3-4 pm @ 3-4 pm

November 19 – December 19, 2019 November 18 – December 18, 2019

*Please pick your child up at 4pm sharp. We will have 3rd & 4th grade programs following your child’s program at 4 pm. During school vacations/early release days or the day of or before elections, there will be no basketball programs.

GRADE 3 & 4 BASKETBALL FEE: $10 residents 3rd GRADE ONLY Wednesday October 16 starts @ 4 pm $25 non-residents th 4 GRADE ONLY Thursday, October 17 starts @ 4 pm EVERYONE Friday, October 18 @ 3-5 pm Teams will be formed, and a team schedule will be handed out on this day. Practices and games will be held on Monday – Thursday 4:15-5:15 pm and Fridays from 3-4 pm and 4-5 pm. (NOTE: Participants may not play every day and will only need to come when they have a practice or game listed on their schedule.) Pre-registration is required.

GRADE 5 & 6 BOYS BASKETBALL FEE: $10 residents Starts January 2, 2020 $25 non-residents Tuesday & Thursday @ 3-5 pm This program is open to boys in grades 5 & 6. The first class on Thurs. Jan. 2, all participants will meet. Teams will be established, and a practice/game schedule will be issued. Participants will only need to come when their team has a practice or scheduled game. Pre-registration is required.


GRADE 4-6 GIRLS BASKETBALL Starts January 6, 2020 FEE: $10 residents Mondays & Wednesdays @ 3-4:30 pm $25 non-residents This program is open to girls in grades 4-6. The first class on Mon. Jan 6, all participants will meet. Depending on how many registers, a team schedule may be given out for practices and games. Pre-registration is required.

TRAVELING TEAM Travel teams are developed for boys and girls in grades 5 & 6. These teams are selected from the participants in our inhouse program who excel in the sport and wish to play other communities including the NMCRA tournaments. Game days and times are contingent upon scheduling with other communities.

CHEERLEADING

Grades 4-6

January 2, 2020 — March TBA FEE: $10 residents Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 3-4:30 pm $25 non-residents This program is designed to introduce participants to the basic skills of cheerleading including jumps, tumbling, stunts, and a long list of cheers. Participants will cheer at travel team games throughout February and March. Pre-registration is required.

FLOOR HOCKEY PROGRAM

Grades 6-8 NO FEE

January 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 @ 3-4:30 pm This new 5-week program will hopefully be a hit! Participants will come to play on Friday’s starting January 3. Program will start at 3 pm and go to 4:30-5 pm depending on how many players sign up! If enough interest, we may start a league! Teams will play 6v6. Pre-registration is required by December 31st

LOCAL MRPA HOTSHOT COMPETITION

DATE TBA

Ages 9-15 (Age as of 3/31/20) NO FEE MRPA Hotshot program is a basketball skills development program that tests participant’s skill of ball handling and shooting in a one-minute time period from five ‘hotspots’ marked on one half of the basketball court. Pre-registration is required.


RSU 39 EARLY RELEASE SPECIAL PROGRAM DAY’S Pre-registration is required. Min 6 max 13, unless otherwise noted. #1

October 25, 2019 Swimming & Rock Climbing, Presque Isle Grades 4-8 FEE: $10 The van will depart from the Caribou Wellness Center directly after school and return by 4 pm.

#2

November 25, 2019 Swimming & Rock Climbing, Presque Isle Grades 4-8 FEE: $10 The van will depart from the Caribou Wellness Center directly after school and return by 4 pm.

#3

April 10, 2020 Swimming & Rock Climbing, Presque Isle Grades 4-8 FEE: $10 Van will depart from the Caribou Wellness Center directly after school and return by 4 pm.

PRESKISON

Grades 5-8

December 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 2019 FEE: $20 Pronounced Pre-Ski-Son, this afterschool program is for youths in 5th-8th grade. Space is limited to the first 12 participants with a desire to want to stay active in one of the shortest daylight months of the year. For 6 afternoons afterschool, the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department will adventure to different locations to find activities to keep moving. (Activities range from mountain biking, snowshoeing, X-Country skiing, hiking, mountain climbing and perhaps even ice skating.) Conditions will determine what we’re able to do. Participants will have to dress properly for each outing with ski/rain pants, ski/rain jackets, backpacks, hats, gloves, proper footwear, water bottles, headlamps and snacks. Snowshoes, XC Skis, Ice Skates and a limited number of bikes are available at no charge if participants don’t own what they need. All outings will depart from the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center at 3 pm and return at 6 pm sharp. Pre-registration is required. Minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 youths.

SKI-DADDLE

Grades 3-5

February 3 - March 4, 2020 meets at Teague Park School FEE: $10 residents Mondays & Wednesdays @ 3-4:30 pm $25 non-residents The Ski-Daddle program is designed for all ability levels. Lessons will be held at Teague Park and will include an introduction to equipment and techniques including turning, diagonal stride, skating, uphill and downhill techniques and lots of outdoor fun. There will be equipment available however students are welcome to bring their own equipment. Preregistration is required. *Subject to extension to CHS Ski Trails depending on conditions.


DOWNHILL SKIING GATE RACING PROGRAM Grades 3-5 Grades 6-8

January 7, 14, 21, 28, 2020 January 6, 13, 27, February 4, 2020

FEE: $20 We are pleased to offer this program to youth that are interested in learning how to ski alpine racing gate courses. Program will teach kids the proper technique for skiing around Slalom and Giant Slalom Courses. Program will take place directly after school until 4:30 pm on the Caribou High School Alpine Ski Hill. Participants are responsible for being transported to the CHS ski building, where they will get geared up. Parents should pick participants up at the CHS Ski Building by 4:30 pm. NOTE: Participants must have a knowledge of alpine skiing and must be able to perform snowplow stops, hockey stops and be able to control their own speed while descending hills on skis while making turns. All participants will be required to wear helmets and sign a lift waiver. Pre-registration is required. Equipment NOT provided.

SKI 4 LIFE DOWNHILL PROGRAM Grades 4-8 FEES: $80 (includes lift ticket, ski rentals, lesson and transportation.) $20 Participants who have a season ski pass, own their own equipment and do not need a lesson. The following are the dates for this program. Thursday February 27, 2020 Return 8 pm Thursday March 5, 2020 Return 8 pm Thursday March 26, 2020 Return 8 pm Thursday April 2, 2020 Return 8 pm Learn to ski…. Open to students in grades 4-8. Students will walk to the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center directly after school. Participants will need to bring a bag lunch or money to eat at the mountain. Pre-registration is required.

YOUTH SKI RENTAL PROGRAM

Thursday, November 14, 2019 @ 5-7 pm

@ Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center FEE: $70 Rental fee for Nov 14 rental only (Includes $20 refundable deposit) $80 Rental fee (Includes $20 refundable deposit) The Caribou Parks and Recreation Department will be offering the Youth Ski Rental Program once again. This year seasonal rentals will be available for all Caribou youth and include skis, boots, poles and bag. NOTE: The return date is April 1, 2020. Any equipment returned after this date will be assessed a $20 late fee. Don’t miss this opportunity to have fun in the snow this winter...great birthday or Christmas presents (shhhh...we won’t tell!!) Absolutely NO SKIS will be accepted for returns before the April 1 return night.

CARIBOU COMMUNITY XC SKI AND SNOW SHOE RENTALS Skis are available for youth and adults on a seasonal, weekend or daily basis. Payment is due upon time of rental pick-up-. One form of identification is required. Snow shoe rentals are also available on a daily or weekend basis. XC Ski Rentals

Daily Weekend Seasonal

$10 per package Snow Shoe Rentals Daily $20 per package Weekend $80 per package (Includes $20 refundable deposit)

For additional information please contact the Caribou Parks and Recreation Center office at 493-4224.

$5 per set $12 per set


CHIMNEY POND NORDIC SKI TRIP & MT. KATAHDIN WINTER SUMMIT Grades 5-10

March 18-22, 2020

NO FEE

This three night four-day trip will adventure into Baxter State Park where youth in 5th -10th grade will get to experience Baxter State Park and Chimney Pond unlike they’ve ever seen it before. Participants in this outing must to have a strong Nordic or x-country ski background and should participate in the PreSkiSon program. Trip will depart from the Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center at 5:00 pm, Wednesday, March 18, 2020 and will return to the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center no later than 4 pm, Sunday, March 22, 2020. Participants will spend one night at the Roaring Brook Bunkhouse, and two nights at Chimney Pond which are both heated by woodstove and have a gas light. Participants will have to dress properly for this outing with ski/rain pants, ski/rain jackets, back packs (8 packs available on a first come first serve basis), hats, gloves, proper footwear, water bottles, headlamps and snacks. (a strict gear list will be provided to all, and participants will have to help carry group gear including food) Participants will either need a bag lunch or lunch money for the first day as well as the last day. Price includes lodging, transportation, as well as meals. First day participants will ski 8 miles into Roaring Brook on wax less-cross county skis (provided if necessary), second day participants will ski 3 miles up to Chimney Pond and spend two nights at the Chimney Pond Bunkhouse. Day three participants will summit Mt. Katahdin, conditions permitting. The third and final day participants will ski 11 miles back to Togue Pond. Program is open to girls and boys. Pre-registration is required. PLEASE NOTE: This trip is an authorized RSU 39 Excused Absence.

SPRING TRAINING BASEBALL

Ages 9-12

March 24 - April 16, 2020

FEE: $10 residents Tues. & Thurs. @ 3-4:30 pm $25 non-residents This fundamental instruction clinic is offered to boys and girls ages 9-12. Each session will deal with the mechanics and the breakdown of individual positions on a baseball team. Topics to be covered will include proper warm-ups, stretching, pitching, hitting, infield/outfield play and situational instruction. Pre-registration is required.

MRPA TRACK & FIELD PROGRAM Ages 7-14 (Age as of Dec 31, 2020) May 4, 2020 - June TBA, 2020 FEE: $20 residents (includes t-shirt) Teague Park students Mon. & Wed. @ 3-4:30 pm $35 non-residents (includes t-shirt) Middle School students Tues & Thurs @ 3-4:30 pm This program introduces youths to the fundamentals of running, throwing and jumping. Boys and girls participating in the program may be eligible to move onto regional finals. Winners and runner-up’s in the regional finals move on to the MRPA State Track & Field Meet. Pre-registration is required. Note: Must be at least 7 years old by 12/31/2020. Local meet practice May 26 (rain date May 27) Local meet June 2 (rain date June 3) Regional meet Caribou June 23 (severe weather date June 24)


PITCH, HIT & RUN COMPETITION Ages 7-14 (Age as of July 17, 2020) TBA NO FEE Come participate in the Pitch, Hit and Run Competition hosted by the Caribou Recreation Center. This competition will give you a chance to see how well you can pitch, how far you can hit and how fast you can run. Pre-registration is required.

ATV SAFETY COURSE May 2, 2020 @ 8 am- 2 pm Ages 10-& over FEE: $5 This Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife course covers ATV operation, laws, landowner relations, first aid and other state mandated subjects. The class is open to those 10 years of age and older. Children ages 10-16 must be accompanied by an adult. Upon completion participants receive certification. Bring a bag lunch. Class will be held inside the Caribou Wellness Center multipurpose rooms. Pre-registration is required. Maximum 35 participants. For additional information please contact the Caribou Parks & Recreation Department at 493-4224.

AMERICAN RED CROSS BABYSITTERS TRAINING COURSE May 9, 2020 @ 9 am-3 pm Ages 11-15 FEE: $35 (Lunch included) The purpose of this course is to provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training will help participants to develop leadership skills, learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe and help children behave, and learn about basic child care and basic first aid. This course is partially underwritten by Healthy You. Classes will be held inside the Caribou Wellness Center multipurpose rooms. Pre-registration is required. Bring a bag lunch. Max 12 min 6.

HIGH SCHOOL AGE INDOOR SOCCER TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER March 28, 2020 - FEE: $75 per team. Caribou will host a high school aged indoor soccer tournament for both girls and boys. Team tournament champion t-shirts will be given to the winning boys and girls teams. For more information, please call 207 493-4224.


SPECIAL EVENTS FALL FUN FESTIVAL October 26, 2019 @ 5-8 pm Fun and games for youths’ Pre-K through grade 6. Children in grade Pre-K- 6 can enjoy events in the gym and older kids are invited to hang out in the Haunted lobby with Spooky snacks. There will be a costume judging, games and prizes. This event will be held at the Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center. Sponsored by VFW and VFW Auxiliary.

GINGERBREAD HOUSE DECORATING Friday, December 6, 2019 @ 6-8 pm @ Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center. Youths are invited to join us for a fun filled evening of gingerbread house decorating. This event is sponsored by Farms Bakery, Sleepers Grocery and Hannaford’s. For additional information or to register please contact the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department at 493-4224. Pre-registration is required.

SANTAS WORKSHOP Friday, December 6, 2019 @ 6-8 pm Come visit with Santa and enjoy a fun filled evening of holiday crafts and goodies. Santa’s Elves will also host cookie decorating and crafts (open to all)! No pre-registration required. HOLIDAY SHOP FOR KIDS Saturday, December 7, 2019 Children will have a chance to buy and wrap Christmas presents for their family and friends. All items are new and will be $4 and under. Elves will be on hand to help with shopping and wrapping.

FATHER-DAUGHTER SWEETHEART DANCE Friday, February 7, 2020 @ 6-8 pm Calling all ladies! You are cordially invited to a magical evening. It’s time to dazzle in your best dresses and dancing shoes! Bring your father, uncle, brother, grand-dad or anyone who inspires you to be your best. Come and dance the night away. There will be a DJ spinning some great dance tunes. An annual favorite this year’s event will be held at the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center. Light refreshments will be served. Admission is $5 per couple. Photos will also be available for a fee.

MOTHER-SON DANCE Friday, May 1, 2020 @ 6-8 pm A fun night for moms and their little guys. There will be a DJ spinning some great dance tunes. Capture the memory with a photo, available for a fee. Light refreshments will be served. Admission is $5 per couple. Photos are available for a fee.


Skister Egg Hunt Sunday, March 29, 2020 @ 1-3 pm (Weather Dependent) At the Caribou High School Ski Trails Strictly for youth GRADES 8 & under Three separate divisions and ski courses: Grades 2 & Under * Grades 3-5

Grades 6-8

There will be OVER 200 plastic Easter eggs hidden with goodies along each of the THREE groomed ski trails. One GOLDEN EGG on each of the three ski loops will have a free complete Nordic ski package. One SILVER EGG on each of the three ski loops will have a Gift Certificate for a complete ski rental package from the Caribou Parks & Recreation Department for the 2019-2020 ski rental season. We have limited ski equipment available on a first-come, first-serve basis at no charge. Otherwise participants will be required to provide their own equipment. *NOTE Participants must have a parent or guardian with them on the ski trails. Peter Cotton Tail will be hopping down the bunny trail on ski


ADULT ACTIVITIES WALKING Area adults are welcome to walk at the Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center. Walking hours are as follows: May 1-Sept. 30, 2019 Monday through Friday, 6 am–6 pm; October 1, 2019-April 30, 2020 Monday thru Friday 6 am—9 pm and Saturday 12-4 pm. 14.5 laps = 1 mile. EXERCISE CLASS Meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30-9:30 am. This self-guided class uses a variety of moderately challenging exercise videos incorporating cardio, Pilates, strength training, balance and various walking techniques. Area adults are welcome to join. No Fee. ADULT FITNESS CLASS Meets Monday and Fridays from 9:30-10:30 am. Class is designed for middle aged and senior adults looking to improve or maintain their fitness level; exercise range from cardiovascular exercise, muscular strength, balance and coordination. No Fee. DANCE FITNESS CLASS Dance Fitness exercise classes meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 pm and Saturdays from 8-9 am FEES: $5 per classes the 1st class is free. (Former Zumba Fitness Class) MEN’S BASKETBALL Meets Mondays and Wednesdays from October 6, 2019 through April 2020. Men’s basketball is designed for men ages 18 & over. Anyone interested in having a team in the league this year must call the recreation center at 493-4224 for more information. SENIOR BINGO Senior bingo meets on Fridays from 11 am-2:30 pm at the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center. The fee is $1 per month; plus, brings an item for prize table. ADULT CRIBBAGE Adult cribbage meets Tuesday and Thursdays from 9-11:30 am at the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center. FEE: $1.50 per day. PICKLE BALL A court sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong; equipment is provided. Area adults are welcome to utilize the gym at the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center to play pickleball. This is a self-guided program for those 18 & over. WEIGHT ROOM The weight room is open Monday thru Friday from 6 am – 9 pm and Saturdays from 12-4 pm from Oct 1 thru April 30 and Monday thru Friday 6 am – 6 pm. from May 1 thru Sept 30. Youths must be 15 years of age and older unless supervised by a parent/guardian. FEE: $1 per visit.

LOCAL TRAILS CARIBOU HIGH SCHOOL SKI / SNOWSHOE TRAIL FACILITY Lighted 5km trail with snow making right in town. Lodge is available for warming up and waxing. LOCAL XC SKI TRAILS & MAPS Please check our website www.caribourec.org for a list of xc ski trails in our area and their maps. Here is a link to the site page: https://bit.ly/2lUI9Pu.


PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES The City of Caribou has several parks and playgrounds as well as a recreation and wellness center available for public use and for special rentals. Persons wishing to reserve any of the facilities may do so by contacting the Caribou Parks and Recreation office at 493-4224 and requesting a Request for Use Form. This form is also available on our web site at www.caribourec.org. Fees vary due to the nature of the event as well as the facility used. Caribou Recreation and Wellness Center the Wellness and Recreation Center has a large gymnasium that can be divided via a mesh curtain, an elevated walking track, game room and three large meeting rooms. Collins Pond Park A lovely small park located in the heart of downtown adjacent to historic Collins Pond. There is a large picnic pavilion with kitchen facilities. The park also is located along the 1.5-mile Collins Pond Walking/Bicycle Path and is the home to Dragon World....a landscape playground. North Caribou Park This 54-acre site has a secluded sport field, walking area, basketball court, horseshoe pits, and a group picnic site. The area is used by many local Boy and Girl Scout troops for sleepovers and by groups for special events. Hardison Playground A neighborhood park, this area is located off Lafayette Street on the south side of town and features wonderful views of the Aroostook River and points east. There is a small swing set and picnic tables. Lyndon Park Part of the Collins Pond Path walk, this park has been featured in People, Places and Plants for its scenic location and for its garden landscape. Monument Park Located off Main Street by the Nylander Museum, this park is a tribute to our Civil War heroes. Lyndon Street Boat Launch This launch site is designed for hand carried units only and is located on Lyndon Street just off US Rt 1. Forbes Pit Boat Launch This launch site is designed for trailer and hand carried units and is located approximately 5 miles East of Caribou off Rt 161. Aroostook Valley Trail The first rail trail established by the Maine Department of Conservation provides access for motorized and non-motorized recreational vehicles. For hikers and cyclists, it provides a great opportunity to experience nature without having to travel main roads. The trails run to New Sweden, Washburn and Presque Isle. The trail surface is gravel with closed planked bridges for both equestrian and bicycle traffic. The trail has a cross-town connector that connects to the Bangor Aroostook Trail Bangor Aroostook Trail Tagged as a Millennium Trail, this resource provides a wonderful opportunity to explore the countryside by bike, on foot, by horse or on a motorized recreational vehicle. The trail travels north to Stockholm where the user can then decide to head north to Van Buren or south to Mapleton. The trail can be accessed of US Rt. 89 just before the overpass. Turn left onto Otter Street and follow the recreational parking signs. The parking area is large enough for trucks and trailers. A cross-town connector trail allows users to connect to the Aroostook Valley Trail. Flora-Dale Park Within minutes from the downtown business district is one of Caribou’s hidden gems. Because this park is so quiet, it makes a great place to bring your lunch and a pair of binoculars.


May is Healthy You Caribou May 6, 2020

6:45–9 pm

Owl Prowl and Night Sounds with audio enhancement equipment at a mature forest near Caribou with Bill Sheehan. Please meet the Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center by 6:45pm, transportation is provided by the Caribou Parks and Recreation Departments 15 passenger van on a first-come first-serve basis, van will leave sharply at 7pm. Headlamps and flashlights are strongly recommended. There will be some walking over relatively flat land that may have some puddles and mud.

May 13, 2020

7– 8 am

Bird watching at Collins Pond with Bill Sheehan. Please meet at the Collins Pond covered picnic table shelter on lower Roberts Street promptly at 7 am. Be prepared to do some light walking and warbler exploration around the perimeter of the pond.

May 16, 2020

9 am-2 pm

FEE: $20.

Kayaking Outing, Aroostook River, Caribou, Maine Kayaking Outing, Aroostook River, Caribou, Maine.

Kayaking Outing from the Snow Farm on the Grimes Road to Fort Fairfield. Kayaks provided by the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department included with fee. The kayaks are Old Town Loon 138’s and are incredibly stable. Transportation, PFD’s, paddles are included. Bring your own snacks and or sandwich for floating lunch. Trip will depart from the Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center at 9am and return by 2pm. Max. 10, min. 6 required. Preregistration Required. May 20, 2020 7-8 am Bird Watching at Caribou Bog on Aroostook Valley Rail Trail with Bill Sheehan. Please meet at the Aroostook Valley Rail Trail Crossing parking lot on the Washburn Road directly before the Carson Road at 7 am promptly. There will be a short walk on level ground from the parking lot to the birding area. May 27, 2020

6:30–8:15 am

Bird Watching at the Caribou Utilities District Waste Water Treatment Ponds on the Grimes Road with Bill Sheehan. Due to limited access into this area, participants will be meeting at the Caribou Wellness Center at 6:30 am and departing from the Wellness Center by 6:45 am with the Rec. Department 15 passenger van. • •

All Events are rain or shine…, please dress appropriately for cold and inclement weather. Birding outings are sponsored by Cary Medical Center, Aroostook Birders, & the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department. • No Pre-registration is required, unless otherwise noted. • All participants will have names placed in a hat. At the completion of birding outings on May 27 a name will be selected from a hat and one lucky person will win a free pair of binoculars. • Limited binocular and bird books; availability to participants on a first-come first-serve basis for each of the outings. • Outings are open to all age. For additional information please contact the Caribou Parks & Recreation Department @ 493-4224


CARIBOU PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT 207-493-4224

Take It Outside Adult Series

sleeper@cariboumaine.org

March – April – May 2020

Outings to help adults “spring” into shape…

March 24

CUSHY Ice Fishing from a heated camp! We know nobody likes to freeze and be uncomfortable outside. But we also know people would love to try ice fishing or try it again. Depart from the Caribou Wellness Center at 9am, travel to Madawaska Lake, drill a few holes, shoot the bull, have a hot lunch, play cards and observe our traps out of the wind and inside the comfort of a heated camp that has plumbing! Doesn’t get any better than that, does it? FEE: $35 includes day fishing license, lunch, transportation and a friendly game of scat! Bring a dollar bill or two with you…. Pre-registration is required.

March 31

Shoe, Brew and Stew! If you’ve never snowshoed before or even if you’re a seasoned snowshoer, this outing will be for you. The ol’ saying if you can walk, you can snowshoe, fully applies to this opportunity! What’s better than a leisurely snowshoe through the woods surrounded by the comradery of fellow snowshoers? How about arriving at a tiny cabin in the woods with a fire in the woodstove, eating delicious stew, sipping coffee or sampling Northern Maine Brewing’s famous brews! Depart from the Caribou Wellness Center at 9am, Snowshoes, trekking poles, transportation and beverages included. Doesn’t get any better than that, does it? FEE: $40 Everything included. Pre-registration is required.

April 7

Wildlife Winter Survival and Animal Track Identification. Animals have many odds stacked against them to survive Maine’s harsh winters. If you love watching and learning about wildlife, then this presentation and tour will be right up your ally. Amanda Demusz, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Regional Biologist will host us at the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Headquarters in Ashland. The focus of this talk will be about how animals, particularly moose, deer and grouse survive Maine’s winter. Have you ever seen animals tracks in your backyard and had no idea what they are? Yes, of course! Following Amanda’s educational presentation at the IF&W headquarters, we will take to the outside and learn all about animal tracks that we often see but don’t know what they are! At the completion of this day participants will be well versed in animal physiology and animal track identification. Inclement weather date, April 9. FEE: $40 lunch included. Depart from the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center at 9am.

April 14

Sabian Cymbals & Mactaquac Dam. We are pleased to offer this popular tour to Sabian Cymbals in Meductic, New Brunswick. You will be dazzled by this unprecedented tour of their manufacturing facility as they walk us through inch by inch of the cymbal manufacturing process. Both Sabian and Mactaquac both require participants to wear closed toe shoes. Upon touring the Sabian Manufacturing facility, we will break for lunch, included with fee, then travel to Mactaquac Dam on the St. John River for a tour of this massive hydroelectric project. Trip will depart from the Caribou Wellness Center at 7am and return by 5pm. FEE: $40. Preregistration Required.

April 28

Basket Making with Richard Silliboy – Micmac Basket baking has long been a means of necessity for our early ancestors. Though this tradion has long passed, we’re are still fortunate enough to have some of these skillsets in our area. Richard Silliboy of the Micmac tribe will open his doors to our group, explain the history of basket making & provide a demonstration. Following the demonstration, all participants will make their own napkin basket to take home. Outing includes lunch. FEE: $70. Depart 9am, return by 4pm. Preregistration Required.

*All outings must have a minimum of 6 participants within (2) weeks of the actual program, if by the deadline the minimum required of participants is met, the registration will remain open. Persons wishing to register must come into the Wellness and Recreation Center to register and pay in full for the program. *Absolutely no refunds within 48 hours of scheduled trip. There will be a 50% penalty for any cancelations made within two weeks of scheduled trip.


207-493-4224 sleeper@cariboumaine.org

Take It Outside Adult Series March - April – May 2020

Outings to help adults “spring” into shape…

Spring Trolling Fishing Trips – Spring is the best time of the year to fish. The water is cold, and the fish are actively feeding. Northern Maine is blessed with many terrific locations, and nearly each Friday in May, we’ll make our way to several of these fascinating destinations. All equipment included. All full-length days will include lunch. On split days, snacks will be provided. All fish caught will be released alive at once. Be prepared to see lots of wildlife too! Fee DOES NOT include license. (Licenses can be purchased at City office or on-line at www.cariboumaine.org; proof of license is mandatory) Preregistration is required. Participants holding a valid Maine fishing license, fee will be reduced by $11, license must be presented at time of registration to receive discount. May 1 May 8 May 15 May 29

June 5

Eagle Lake – 3 Max, Depart 8am, return by 3pm Long Lake – 3 Max, Depart 8am, Return by 3pm Square Lake – 3 Max, Depart 8am, Return by 3pm Aroostook River, Lower Lyndon Street 9am-12pm 2 Max 1pm – 4pm 2 Max Aroostook River, Forbes Pit 9am-12pm 2 Max 1pm – 4pm 2 Max

FEE: $60 FEE: $60 FEE: $60 FEE: $35 FEE: $35 FEE: $35 FEE: $35

May 5

AARP SMART DRIVER COURSE – 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM The AARP Smart Driver Course teaches valuable defensive driving skills and provides a refresher of the rules of the road. You will learn proven safety strategies to help keep you safe while on the road. Plus, you may qualify for an automobile insurance discount by completing the course. Please bring a lunch and arrive before 9AM so paperwork can be completed. You must have your AARP member number (shown on your AARP card) with you to take advantage of the reduced fee. 6 minimum, 20 max. ($15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members.) Taught by Smart Driver Instructor Penny Kern

May 16

Kayaking Outing, Aroostook River, Caribou, Maine. Kayaking Outing from the Snow Farm on the Grimes Road to Fort Fairfield. Kayaks provided by the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department included with fee. The kayaks are Old Town Loon 138’s and are incredibly stable. Transportation, PFD’s, paddles are included. Bring your own snacks and or sandwich for floating lunch. Trip will depart from the Caribou Wellness & Recreation Center at 9am and return by 2pm. FEE: $20.00. Max. 10, min. 6 required. Preregistration Required.

*All outings must have a minimum of 6 participants within (2) weeks of the actual program, if by the deadline the minimum required of participants is met, the registration will remain open. Persons wishing to register must come into the Wellness and Recreation Center to register and pay in full for the program. *Absolutely no refunds within 48 hours of scheduled trip. There will be a 50% penalty for any cancelations made within two weeks of scheduled trip.


GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS The following rules and regulations governing the use of all recreational facilities at the Caribou Wellness Recreation Center have been created to provide an enjoyable atmosphere for each participant, equal opportunity of use for our community and to protect an individual’s rights while using the facilities. As a member of the Caribou community, you have a responsibility to understand and abide by these guidelines. To ensure everyone’s safety and enjoyment, the Ca ribou Recreation Staff will enforce the usage guidelines and other posted regulations. All guests must respect and follow all CPRD rules at all times or be subject to removal from the premises. • Children under 9 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times unless they are involved in a directly supervised program. (Guardian must be 18 years of age or older) •

Only children in grades 7 and up are allowed in the facility after 6 p.m. unless accompanied by an adult/guardian. (Guardian must be 18 years of age or older.)

Locker rooms are available to only program participants between the hours of 3-6 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Children under 9 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/guardian to utilize the elevated walking track.

CONDUCT Code of Conduct is enforced at the Recreation Center at all times. Use of Caribou Recreation Center facilities is a privilege with all members and participants expected to be good citizens and respect the rights of others. Individuals who engage in unacceptable or irrespon sible behavior may have their access to the Caribou Recreation facility revoked or modified indefinitely as determined by the Recreation Director. FOOD, CHEWING GUM & DRINKS Food, chewing gum and non-water drinks are only permitted in lobby areas and meeting rooms of the Caribou Recreation Center, with users required to dispose of all items properly. Food, chewing gum and non-water drinks are not allowed in the activity areas (gym, weight-room, or courts. Water is allowed in activity areas only if it is in an enclosed, unbreakable container. Glass containers are prohibited at all times. SMOKING/USE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS Smoking and tobacco products are prohibited in the facili ty and at entrances/exits. ALCOHOL AND DRUGS Alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs may not be consumed prior to or while using the facility. Individuals may not use the facility whil e under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The Caribou Recreation Center staff reserves the right to question any individual and ask them to leave and/or deny entrance if suspecting someone under the influence. CELL PHONES Cell phone photography is prohibited unless prior authorization is obtained from the management of the Caribou Recreation Center.


WEAPONS AND FIREARMS Absolutely no weapons allowed on premises or in the building. If you are found to be in possession of any weapon, the incident will be reported to the Caribou Police Department. INJURIES AND EQUIPMENT FAILURES Injuries, accidents or equipment failures should be reported immediately to Caribou Wellness Center staff at the main office. SWEARING Swearing will not be allowed on our premises. If offensive language is reported by any staff member or patron, or we HEAR any bad words, you will be instructed to call your parent. BULLYING Bullying will not be tolerated. IE name calling, teasing, inappropriate sexual comments, taunting, threatening to cause harm, hitting, kicking, pinching, spitting, tripping, pushing. Persons whom are bullying will be directed to the Superintendent of Recreation for discussion as to how to resolve this issue. Consequences may include suspension from the faculty until further notice. SPITTING Spitting is prohibited at the Caribou Recreation Center. PHOTOGRAPHY Photography and/or videotaping inside the Caribou Recreation Center is not allowed unless prior authorization is obtained from the Director of the Recr eation Center. Use of camera phones and videophones is not permitted inside the facility. There is no public WIFI. BASKETBALL COURTS • Grabbing or hanging on the nets or rim is prohibited. • Black souled shoes are not allowed on the gym floor. • Balls must be returned to ball racks after use. • No food or drinks allowed in gym (bottled water only). • Hanging off the soccer goals is prohibited. ATTIRE Proper athletic attire must be worn in the facility at all times, this includes footwear. Members should be aware that in addition to providing fitness and athletic activities, this is a building host’s community meetings, plays, dance recitals, etc., that requires proper attire when using the facility. Please remove your hood upon entering our facility. DISRESPECT TO STAFF Disrespectful behavior is not acceptable. This includes rolling eyes, talking back, pushing, etc.


10 KEYS TO USING YOUR REC CENTER •

Cooperate with the staff.

Do no loiter in entry ways, stairways, hallways or restrooms.

No smoking anytime inside the center, nor on City property.

Carry no knives or other weapons.

Carry nor consume no alcohol or drugs

Walk in hallways and on stairways

Use decent language

Behave properly

Leave coats, boots, bookbags, etc. neatly in lobby area.

Respect these rules and we will respect you. CONSEQUENCES 1) First offense

24-hour suspension from facility

2) Second offense

One-week suspension from facility

3) Third offense

One-month suspension from facility

4) Fourth offense

Six-month suspension from facility

5) Fifth offense

One-year suspension from facility

These Consequences are only guidelines. The staff reserves the right to alter the time a child is suspended from the facility depending on the nature of their actions. The use of Caribou Parks & Recreation Center facilities is a privilege and participants are expected to be good citizens and respect the rights of others. Individuals who engage in unacceptable or irresponsible behavior may have their access to facilities revoked or modified indefinitely. I, the undersigned, have read the rules and regulations governing the use of the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center and agree to abide by these rules. Youth Signature___________________________________________________ Date

______________

Parents Signature __________________________________________________ Date

______________

Mailing Address _________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Phone #

Home _____________________ Cell_____________________ Work _____________________

THIS FORM MUST BE RETURNED TO REC STAFF OR YOUR CHILD WILL NOT BE PERMITTED ON THE PREMISES WITHOUT ADULT SUPERVISION. Revised October 2018


2019 -2020 Youth Programs Registration Form Please use this form to help expedite the registration process. Fill out one form per child. Please make checks payable to the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department for all fee base programs. PLEASE PRINT (please use black or blue ink only) Child’s name ______________________________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth ______________________________________ Age as of May 1 this year ________________________ Attending what school this fall ________________________________________ Current Grade _________________ Mailing Address ____________________________________________________________________________________ Actual Street Address ________________________________________________________________________________ Parent’s Name ____________________________________ E-Mail __________________________________________ Phone # - Work _______________________ Home ________________________ Cell _________________________ Allergies ____________________________________ current medications _____________________________________ And/or other medical issues that staff should be aware of: ___________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ In the event of an emergency contact: Name _____________________________________________ Phone # ________________________________________ EMERGENCY MEDICAL INFORMATION Name of Insurer __________________________________________ Policy # __________________________________ Policy Holders Name ________________________________________________________________________________ I hereby authorize the CPRD staff to provide emergency treatment of any injury or illness my child may experience including transportation to the closest medical facility. In the event of a medical emergency where local ambulance transport is required, I hereby authorize the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department to transport to: _____ Cary Medical Center _____ The Aroostook Medical Center _____ other (Please specify) My son/daughter is participating in the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department’s programs which may travel to surrounding communities throughout the year, in which they will be traveling by bus or van. I also give permission for my son/daughter to travel by van or bus to games/events with other communities. INFORMED CONSENT This authorization is granted only if reasonable effort has been made to contact a parent or guardian at the telephone numbers provided above. My child and I are aware that participation in all recreation programs is potentially hazardous and may involve the risk of injury. As a parent, guardian and/or participant, I am aware of these hazards and my ability, or my child’s ability to participate. I hereby, for myself, my heirs, executors and administrators waive and release all rights and claims against the City of Caribou, Caribou Parks and Recreation Department, it’s officers, supervisors, employees, agents and volunteers, from all losses, injury, damages, fees and other expenses arising out of, or in connection with, participation in this activity. I understand this informed consent clause and agree to its conditions on behalf of my child. PHOTO/MEDIA RELEASE I DO ___ DO NOT ___ grant Caribou Parks and Recreation Department, the right to use, reproduce, assign and/or distribute photographs, films, video tapes and sound recordings of my child to use in materials they may create. Signature of parent or guardian ____________________________________________ Date ____________________ T-SHIRT SIZE (For applicable programs only) Please X Size needed Please move on to reverse side. _____YS _____YM _____YL _____AS _____AM _____AL _____AXL


Please review the following program list and check all that applies for this child. Make sure to check sessions where required. Please Check Programs Desired √ (R = Resident NR = Non-resident) R/NR R/NR _____ Gr 1 Basketball Session 1 ………....$10/$25

_____Spring Training Baseball – Ages 9-12............$10/$25

_____ Gr 1 Basketball Session 2 ............... $10/$25

_____ Track & Field & T-shirt – Ages 7-14 ............ $20/$35

_____ Gr 2 Basketball Session 1 .............. $10/$25

_____ Hot Shots – Ages 9-15……………………….N/A

_____ Gr 2 Basketball Session 2 ............... .$10/$25

_____ Floor Hockey Grades 6-8 …………………. N/A

_____ Gr 3-4 Basketball

_____ Ski-Daddle – Gr 3-5 ....................................... $10/$25

......................... $10/$25

_____ Gr 5-6 Boys Basketball .................... $10/$25

_____ PreSkiSon – Gr 5-8 ........................................ $20

_____ Gr 4-6 Girls Basketball .................... $10/$25

_____ Chimney Pond – Gr 5-10 ............................... N/A

_____ Gr 4-6 Cheerleading ......................... $10/$25

_____ Downhill Skiing Gate Racing– Gr 3-8 ........... $20

_____ RSU Early Release #1 – Oct 25 …...$10

_____ Ski 4 Life - Gr 4-8 ......................................... $80

_____ RSU Early Release #2 - Nov 25 ....... $10

_____ Ski 4 Life (has pass/skis/no lesson) ............... $20

_____ RSU Early Release #3 - April 10 ..... $10

_____ Pitch, Hit & Run - Ages 7-14......................... N/A

_____ ATV Safety - Ages 10 & over ......... $5

_____ Babysitters Course - Ages 11-15 ................... $35

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Childs Name ______________________________________________________________________________ RESIDENTS

NON-RESIDENTS

$10 per program or $50 per year

$

$25 per program or $125 per year

$

$10 Track & Field T-shirt fee

$

$10 Track& Field T-shirt fee

$

$80 Ski 4 Life or ($20 has season pass)

$

$80 Ski 4 Life or ($20 has season pass)

$

$20 PreSkiSon

$

$20 PreSkiSon

$

$40 Skiing Gate Racing

$

$40 Skiing Gate Racing

$

$35 Babysitters Course

$

$35 Babysitters Course

$

$5 ATV Safety Course

$

$5 ATV Safety Course

$

$10 Early Release Day Trips

$

$10 Early Release Day Trips

$

$_____ Cash

$

$

$

$

TOTAL AMOUNT DUE Make Checks payable to:

$

TOTAL AMOUNT DUE

$

CARIBOU PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT

$_____ Check # _____

_____ Resident

_____ Non-Resident

_____ Staff Initials


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