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the guide 2018 - SUMMER, Issue 1

Grand Opening June 2, 2018 Ceremony - 1:00 pm Doors Open - 2:00 pm


Grand Opening Weekend June 2-3, 2018

Saturday, June 2 First 300 people receive a FREE T-shirt

12:30 pm

Grand Opening Ceremony 1:00 pm Free Admission to the CORE 2:00 pm full facility use and Programming until 10:00 pm

Sunday, June 3 Free Admission to the CORE full facility use and Programming until

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12:00 pm 6:00 pm

Free admission is available for everyone, however each person MUST sign a waiver. Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult. CORE Kids (child watch services) will not be available. Memberships will be available for purchase and tours will be available for guests.


WELCOME

City of Hobbs 200 E. Broadway Hobbs NM 88240 575-397-9200

WELCOME to the first issue of THE GUIDE, the City of Hobbs’ new directory of activities, events, facilities and more! We are very proud to feature the CORE, CENTER OF RECREATIONAL EXCELLENCE, in this guide as well. It is our hope this guide will help you gain a better understanding of our new 158,000 square foot recreation facility and all pertinent information about the incredible parks & recreation activities and facilities that the City of Hobbs offers. We will be issuing a new edition of the GUIDE three (3) times a year to keep you informed of the many quality of life options you have available. Manny Gomez, Interim City Manager

how to Setup your Online Account To activate your NEW online account, you

www.HobbsNM.org

must visit the Parks & Recreation Office in City Hall, in-person.

social media Keep up with the City of Hobbs day-to-day events online!

Please bring identification and proof

City of Hobbs City Government

of residency.

Acceptable proof of

City of Hobbs

residency: Driver’s License or

Table of Contents CORE

page

State ID Card, 6

Community Map

32

Pools & Splash Pads

38

Library

40

Teen Center

41

Rockwind Community

42

Links Golf Park Pavilion/Special

utility bill (water, gas, electric), or a current lease agreement.

45

Event Rentals

Parks & Recreation -

46

Programs Dog Park

56

Cemeteries

57

Hobbs Fire & Police

58

Summer Activities Hobbs Express

59

Sr. Center

60

Animal Adoption

61

City Contacts & Hours 62 3


A message from your City of Hobbs Parks & Recreation director Webster defines "transformation" as an act, process, or instance of transforming or being transformed. As Summer 2018 approaches, there will be many instances of transformation in the Parks and Recreation Department.

Chances are, you are holding the first of these instances in your hands at this very moment as you read the first ever edition of The Guide. Many of you relied on the Summer Activity Guide in the past to stay informed about activities from not only the Parks and Recreation Department but other City Departments, as well. This first edition of The Guide focuses on City of Hobbs' summer activities from a variety of Departments much like the Summer Activity Guide did. However, The Guide will be published three times a year to include Summer, Fall, and Spring. The impetus of this was all of the programs, activities, events, and classes that will take place at the Center of Recreational Excellence (CORE) once it opens. You can read more about the CORE's Grand Opening Weekend on the inside front cover. We hope you will find The Guide both useful and informative, as it morphs to include new information about Fall and Spring activities in those editions. Doug McDaniel During the CORE's planning, programming and design phases, prior to construction starting, "transformation" was a key word that was discussed at length. The CORE will definitely lead to a positive transformation in our community, and it will also make a positive transformation on those patrons who come to visit from throughout Lea County, southeast New Mexico, west Texas, and points beyond. The opportunities for learning, fitness, and fun are very exciting to those of us who have been a part of making this amazing facility a reality. No discussion about the CORE can take place without mention of the stellar public/private partnership that may very well become a model for facilities around the country. The CORE's Partners (City of Hobbs, JF Maddox Foundation, New Mexico Junior College, Hobbs Municipal Schools, University of the Southwest, Lea County) have truly placed an emphasis on the health and wellbeing of all Lea County residents with their contributions. To each of our Partners, Thank You! Another transformation for the Parks & Recreation Department involves a change in recreation software to E-trak Plus. E-trak Plus was designed by parks and recreation professionals, and it is a very robust program that will allow our staff to perform all necessary transactions needed at the CORE. Etrak-Plus will also have a very positive impact on those of you who have stood in line in the past to make a reservation for a summer pool party at Humble, Heizer and Del Norte. For those of you who have experience with standing in this line, we have some great news for you: no more standing in line! Summer Pool Parties will now be become an on-line transaction for those of you who want to do so from the convenience of your home, office, or while you are out and about using your favorite mobile device. You will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office to set up your new account in Etrak-Plus. Once you have done so, you can avoid the line on Tuesday, May 15, when Summer Pool Party reservations will begin. We encourage you to come in and set up your account. You can find more information about this on page 3, and details about reserving park pavilions on-line on page 45. Also, you may have noticed a transformation taking place at City Park! The City of Hobbs is partnering with the JF Maddox Foundation and the Hobbs Municipal Schools to renovate City Park. Once complete, City Park will have a new splash pad, two new and separate sets of playground equipment, volleyball courts, additional parking, new landscaping, new lighting, a new trail/path that encompasses the park, and two new pavilions. The most majestic addition to City Park will be the covered basketball courts! This structure is already in place and will continue to transform until the project is complete, which is estimated to be late summer 2018. If you haven't driven by City Park lately, drive by and check it out! 4

Please join us, and be a part of the transformation that is taking place!


Who’s Who at the City of Hobbs city commission

city of Hobbs -

Rockwind Community Links

Mayor Sam Cobb

City Manager,

Linda Howell, PGA GM/

Marshall Newman

Dist. 1

Interim

Manny Gomez

Head Professional Matt Hughes, Superintendent

Christopher Mills

Dist. 2

Patricia Taylor

Dist. 3

Parks & Recreation,

Joseph Calderon

Dist. 4

Director

Dwayne Penick

Dist. 5

Doug McDaniel

Excellence

Don Gerth

Dist. 6 Recreation

Facility Director

Michal Hughes, Superintendent

Catherine Vorrasi

Community Affairs Board Kevin Naegele Mike Clampitt

Chair Vice-Chair

Pat Duran

Secretary

Cathy Marshall

Brenda Taylor, Aquatics/ Athletics Coordinator Brittny Huffman, Special Events/

CORE, Center of Recreational

Aquatics Coordinator Elisa Novak

Program Coordinator

Guest Services Coordinators

Helen Houston

Parks

Larron Fields

Elena Dominguez

Wade Whitehead, Superintendent

Richelle Garcia

Placido Ramirez, Parks Maintenance Supervisor

Lodgers Tax Board Jack Robertson

Cemetery

Dean Miniacci

Monica Mendoza, PHMP Secretary

Rachael Moon Haily Hunter

Senior Center Dalia Conken, Seniors Affairs Coordinator

Cemetery Board Sherry Joe Norman

Chair

JoAnne Zespy

Vice-Chair

Bonnie Moran

Secretary

Benny Greenlee, Sr. Sue Sedillo Cindy Walker

Sports Fields Dusty Corley, Sports Fields Supervisor

Mandi Springer Matt Springer

Health & Wellbeing Coordinator Barry Muniz

Marketing/Facility Rentals Coordinator Lindsay Chism McCarter

Office Specialist Isaac Holguin

Teen Center

Sports Coordinator

Britt Lusk, Teen Center Supervisor

Lyndsey Henderson

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Grand Opening WEekend June 2-3, 2018

(575)393-CORE (2673) 4827 N. Lovington Hwy w w w. C O R E h o b b s . c o m

Summer Hours (beginning June 4)

MIssion of the CORE A state of the art facility that enhances the quality of life, provides economic development and improves the health of area residents. An intergenerational place for our residents and guests in our community which Hours of Operation - *social Summer 2018 * offers indoor, year-round opportunities for interaction, learning, fun and fitness for all ages and abilities. A place where families can enjoy multiple activities in one location. *

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Sunday 10:00am - 8:00 pm

FACILITY Membership

(Land/Water Classes Not Included) Res Non-Res

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$7

$10

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Adult Couple

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$50/month; $570/yr

$72/month; $820/yr

Youth (1-12)

$4

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$16/month; $182/yr

$23/month; $262/yr

FREE $5

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FREE $15

FREE $24

FREE $20/month; $228/yr

FREE $29/month; $330/yr

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$20/month; $228/yr

$29/month; $330/yr

Youth under 1 year Teen (13-17) Student/Public Safety (18+)

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Senior (62+)

$4

$7

$12

$21

$16/month; $182/yr

$23/month; $262/yr

Senior Couple

n/a

n/a

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$29/month; $330/yr

$41/month; $467/yr

Single Family (max 6 members)

n/a

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$45/month; $513/yr

$70/month; $798/yr

Family (max 6 members)

n/a

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$55/month; $627/yr

$80/month; $912/yr

Family Plus

n/a

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Kid Watch (6 months-6yrs)

$5 drop-in

$7 drop-in

$5 drop-in

$7 drop-in

Additional $10 per family member above Family Rate Included

Additional $10 per family member above Family Rate Included

Kid Fit (7-12) Matinee

$3 drop-in

$5 drop-in

$3 drop-in

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$14/month; $160/yr

$20/month; $228/yr

(6 plus members)

(Adults & Seniors Only) Weekdays 10am - 3pm

* Public Safety Personnel includesLaw Police, Fire, EMT, Border Patrol & Military (Active & Veterans) Public Safety includes: Enforcement, Fire, EMT, Border Patrol, & Military (Active & PROGRAMS Veterans) Resident Rate = All Lea County residents

Res Non-Res Only interested in Programs? Programs $36/year $25/year Gift Cards Pay a yearly fee for access to Resident Non-Res (waived for (waived for register for any The program CORE will group be offering its swim swim group $25/year $36/year lessons for lessons for offered at theguests CORE. the ability to purchase

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Only interested in Programs? Pay a yearly fee for access to register for any program offered at the CORE.

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gift cards for their family, friends, and colleagues! You will be able to load your gift card with the amount of your choosing, so you can be sure the purchase will be covered. Gift cards can be used for memberships, programming, merchandise, and facility rentals.


Over a decade ago, leaders of Hobbs and Lea County set out to collectively determine the best ways to improve the “Quality of Life” for those living in Lea County and those visiting, be it for leisure or work. The Quality of Life Committee helped to guide the process of creating the CORE, and after many years of research, including traveling to other facilities to get “best practice” testimony, hosting community input sessions and establishing the priorities for those amenities to be included in a multi-generational recreation facility of this kind, they were ready to create the CORE. This amazing combination of public and private partners allowed for the building of the CORE to be paid for in cash, with no debt being passed on to the citizens of Hobbs and Lea County for the construction of the CORE. The Hobbs Municipal Schools, New Mexico Junior College and the City of Hobbs are co-owners of the facility. The City of Hobbs s solely responsible for the operation of the CORE. These partners along with the JF Maddox Foundation, Lea County and the University of the Southwest have created a facility that will improve the quality of life in Hobbs and Lea County, and benefit thousands of people for decades to come.

Presale of CORE Memberships Now through June 1

Everyone must appear IN PERSON to purchase their membership, and present a valid state issued Photo ID with address, or bring a valid utility bill (electric, gas, water), or a lease agreement showing proof of Lea County residency, in order to recieve Resident Rates.

You can find the hours of availability to register and purchase your CORE membership on the CORE website, COREhobbs.com, or on our Facebook page!

Thursday, May 3 10:00 am - 1:00 pm & 4:00 - 6:00 pm Friday, May 4 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Monday, May 7 10:00 am - 1:00 pm & 4:00 - 6:00 pm Thursday, May 10 10:00 am - 1:00 pm & 4:00 - 6:00 pm Friday, May 11 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Monday, May 7 10:00 am - 1:00 pm & 4:00 - 6:00 pm Wednesday, May 15 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Friday, May 18 8:00 am - Noon Tuesday, May 22 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Friday, May 25 8:00 am - Noon Tuesday, May 29 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Friday, June 1 8:00 am - Noon

A Few Things To Remember About The CORE Everyone must sign a liability waiver. Children 12 and under are only allowed in the CORE with a parent or guardian who remains in the building. Alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, cigars, smokeless cigarettes, and smokeless tobacco are not permitted. For more detailed information not listed in The Guide, please see the Member Handbook on the website.

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Attachment A

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responsible for paying membership fees in their entirety. Companies must enroll into the Corporate Membership Program and pay the appropriate enrollment fee, depending on the # of employees who register. Companies must re-enroll every year. Enrollment Companies FAQ’s must enroll into the Corporate Membership Program and pay the appropriate enrollment fee, depending on themay # of employees register. Companies must re-enroll every ● Employees select an annual who membership in any category. (Adult, Family, Couple, etc.) year.

Annual memberships are paid in full at the time of enrollment

FAQ’s ● Employees may select an annual membership in any category. (Adult, Family, Couple, etc.) Companies must submit a list of employees that plan to sign up for a membership. To receive the appropriate ● Annual memberships are paid in full at the time of enrollment.

percentage discount, employees must sign up for their desired memberships within 60 days of the date the list was submitted. Companies must submit a list of employees that plan to sign up for a membership. To receive the

appropriate percentage discount, employees must sign up for their desired memberships within 60 days of the date the list was submitted.

Details 5-100 Employees

101-200 Employees

201-300 Employees

301-500 Employees

501+ Employees

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10%

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30%

Enrollment Fee

$100

$300

$500

$750

$1000

# of Employees

BUSINESS BOOTH

Lea County-based businesses have the opportunity to participate in the business booth program. The booth is for informational purposes only. No selling can be done onsite. Revised 3/27/2018

The booth consists of 1 table and 2 chairs in a designated space in the front lobby. See Welcome Desk for more information.

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ADULT TOURNAMENT

Audience:

18 years and above - Sign up your company team!

Days/Times: Fees:

Sunday, July 22 / Check-in at 8:30am $100 per team, max of 12 teams $15 per individual (team placement is not guaranteed) Saturday, July 14 at 5pm CORE turf Guaranteed 2 games, Double Elimination Tournament

Deadline: Location: Format:

(16 & 17 years old may play with parental consent)

Games will be 4 innings or 30 minutes, whichever comes first

For more information go to COREhobbs.COM 575-393-CORE (2673)

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Summer Hours

Children 6 months to 12 years may use CORE Kids. • Children 6 months to 6 years have access to the Kid WATCH area. • Children 7 - 12 years have access to the Kid FIT program. Parents/Guardians MUST remain in the facility when their Children are in CORE kids program. Maximum of 2 hours/day.

M o n d ay - F r i d ay 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM S at u r d ay 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM S u n d ay 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM

kid WATCH

• • •

Two (2) hour maximum per day. Children 6 months to 6 years are eligible for Kid WATCH. This is a closely regulated, single entry space that will be for babies, toddlers and young children to play, participate in activities, and be social with others.

kid FIT • Children 7 - 12 years can participate in controlled programming, designed to be similar to a physical

• •

education class, which will last for one (1) hour. Kid FIT will begin every hour, on the hour, and children can take the class up to two (2) times per day, for a maximum of two (2) hours of utilization per day. The programming will vary from day-to-day, and the kids will be taken to select sections of the building, depending on the activity for that day, and will remain there until they are delivered back to CORE Kids for adult pickup.

CORE play is a 38’ tall, custom play structure for guests 5 and over to enjoy. Smaller features to accomodate our younger guests are also available.

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www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE (2673)

CORE - Center of Recreational Excellence

turf • Approx. 60 yds long x 26 yds wide; Almost as large as an NHL ice hockey rink •

Same turf manufacturer as AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX – Home of the Dallas Cowboys •

permanent dasher board system

Turf field can be divided into 2 smaller fields with the installed divider curtain •

2 team locker rooms •

Referees office

2 Batting Cages Available

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Youth Sports Programs

Register at

Participants are required to wear a CORE Reversible Jersey. These are

the core

available for purchase for $15 at the Welcome Desk and can be worn for

beginning may 15

all recreational and instructional sports throughout the year.

Youth Soccer

Youth Flag Football

This youth coed recreational program is designed for boys and girls to learn and develop soccer fundamentals and to have fun! This program is 6 weeks long and includes an organization day and skills camp and 5 weeks of games. Volunteer coaches are needed!

A youth coed recreational program designed for girls and boys to learn and develop flag football fundamentals with an emphasis on fun and fair play. Games will be played on the turf. This program is 6 weeks long and will consist of an organization day and skills camp, and 5 weeks of games. Volunteer coaches are needed!

Audience:

Days/Times:

1st - 4th Grade boys and girls (2017-2018 school year) Age groups may be combined based

Audience:

Age groups may be combined

on registrations.

based on registrations.

Saturdays Session Dates: June 16th - July 28 (No June 30th) Registration Deadline: June 9th, $5 late fee assessed after deadline Fees: $20 Member/ $25 Non-member, CORE Jersey required and not

Location:

Info:

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included with program fee

CORE turf Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

1st - 6th Grade boys and girls

Days/Times: Saturdays Session Dates: June 16th - July 28 (No June 30th) Registration Deadline: June 9th, $5 late fee assessed after deadline Fees: $20 Member/ $25 Non-member CORE Jersey required and not

icluded with program fee

Location: CORE turf Info: Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator lhenderson@hobbsnm.org


CENTER OF RECREATIONAL EXCELLENCE—CORE

AUGUST

Teen & Adult Divisions

4TH $95

Awards for 1st & 2nd Place Teams

Max 8 players per team

Check-in at 8:30am

PER TEAM

Pool Play & Single Elimination Tournament

Teen: 13-18 years Adult: 16+ years (16 & 17 w/parental consent)

For more information go to www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE (2673) lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

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Youth Sports Programs Participants are required to wear a CORE Reversible Jersey. These are available for purchase for $15 at the Welcome Desk and can be worn for all recreational and instructional sports throughout the year.

T-Ball

Youth Volleyball

This youth coed recreational program is designed for boys and girls to learn and develop baseball fundamentals and to have fun! This program is 6 weeks and includes an organization day & skills camp and 5 weeks of games. Volunteer coaches are needed!

This youth coed recreational program is designed for girls and boys to learn and develop volleyball fundamentals with an emphasis on fun and fair play. This program is 6 weeks and includes an organization day & skills camp, 5 weeks of games, and one pratice per week. Volunteer coaches are needed!

Audience: Days/Times:

1st & 2nd Grade boys and girls (During the 2017-2018 school year)

Saturday mornings Session Dates: June 16th - July 28 (No June 30th) Registration Deadline: June 9th, $5 late fee assessed after deadline Fees: $20 Member/ $25 Non-member, Location: Info:

CORE Jersey required and not included with league fee

CORE turf Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

Audience:

3rd - 12th Grade boys and girls

Days/Times:

Audience:

During the 2017-2018 school year

Saturday mornings Session Dates: June 16th - July 28 (No June 30th) Registration Deadline: June 9th, $5 late fee assessed after deadline Fees: $20 Member/ $25 Non-member, CORE Jersey recommended but

Location:

not required

Info:

CORE gym Lyndsey Henderson Sports Coordinator

lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

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CORE gym Lyndsey Henderson

Info:

Turf Titans A youth coed recreational program designed for girls and boys to creatively introduce them to and learn the basic fundamentals of sports played on the turf. Sports include t-ball, flag football, and soccer. The emphasis is to have fun in a safe, non-competitive environment. Each session will include 20 minutes of instruction and 20 minutes of game play.

Pre K & Kindergarten (3-6 years)

Days/Times:

on registrations.

included with league fee

Location:

A youth coed recreational program designed for girls and boys to creatively introduce them to and learn the basic fundamentals of sports played in the gym. Sports include tennis, volleyball, and basketball. The emphasis is to have fun in a safe, non-competitive environment. Each program includes 6 weeks of sessions consisting of 20 minutes of instruction and 20 minutes of game play.

Age groups may be combined based

Games on Saturday Mornings, Practice on Thursday evenings Session Dates: June 16th - July 28 (No June 30th) Registration Deadline: June 9th, $5 late fee assessed after deadline Fees: $25 Member/ $30 Non-member, CORE Jersey required and not

Gym Giants

(During the 2017-2018 school year)

Audience: Pre K & Kindergarten (3-6 years)

During the 2017-2018 school year

Saturday mornings June 16th - July 28 (No June 30th) Registration Deadline: June 9th, $5 late fee assessed after deadline Fees: $20 Member/ $25 Non-member CORE Jersey recommended but Days/Times:

Session Dates:

Location: Info:

not required

CORE turf Lyndsey Henderson,


gym • 2 high school basketball courts •

4 junior basketball courts • 4 VOLLEYBALL COURTS • RESILIENT ATHLETIC FLOORING • • •

Divider curtains

6 Pickle Ball Courts

Shuffleboard & 4 Square www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE (2673)

CORE - Center of Recreational Excellence

Youth Basketball This youth recreational program is designed for boys and girls to learn and develop basketball fundamentals and to have fun! Summer League play is 6 weeks and includes an organization day & skills camp, 5 weeks of games, and one practice per week. Practice times will be decided by the volunteer coach. Volunteer coaches are needed! Audience: Boys & Girls: 1st - 8th Grade (During the 2017-2018 school year) Age groups may be combined

based on registrations

Games on Saturday Afternoons, Practice during the week Session Dates: June 16th - July 28 (No June 30th) Registration Deadline: June 9th, $5 late fee assessed after deadline Fees: $25 Member/ $30 Non-member, CORE Jersey required and Days/Times:

Location: Info:

CORE PE Parents, looking for something for your kids to do this summer? Bring your kids to CORE PE. We will be playing organized games of classic playground favorites; Dodgeball, Kickball, and 4-square. If you’re looking for fun this summer, this is the place to be! Audience: Days/Times:

7 -12 years 9:00 - 11:00 am Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays (Summer Only)

Session Dates:

Tuesday - Dodgeball (CORE gym) Wednesday - 4-Square (CORE gym) Thursday - Kickball (CORE turf) Fees: Free with facility admission Location: CORE gym or CORE turf Info: Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator

lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

not included with program fee

CORE gym Lyndsey Henderson,

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Multi-Generational Sports Programs CLUB 62

CORE Teens

Club 62 is for seniors, 62 years and above, who want a little fun and excitement. The CORE will be offering a variety of programming throughout the year. Our goal is to establish a friendly relationship with our senior community and to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle.

Are you a teen looking for some organized, competitive play during the day this summer? Join us for more than just open gym time. CORE staff will organize games and tournaments.

Audience:

62 years and above Days/Times: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Session Dates: Monday - Pickleball (CORE gym) Tuesday - Bocce Ball (CORE turf) Wednesday - Racquetball Thursday - Table Tennis (Game Zone) Fridays - Shuffleboard (CORE gym) Fees: Free with facility admission Location: gym, turf, Racquetball, or Game Zone Info: Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

Audience: Days/Times:

Session Dates:

13-19 years 1:00 - 3:00 pm Monday - Friday (Summer Only)

Monday - Basketball (CORE gym) Tuesday - Dodgeball (CORE gym) Wednesday- Table Tennis/Air Hockey/ Foosball (Game Zone) Thursday - Kickball (CORE turf) Friday - Wallyball (Racquetball) Fees: Free with facility admission Location: gym, turf, Racquetball, or Game Zone Info: Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

Challenge Nights Are you a competitive player looking for a challenging pick up game? Join us daily for competitive play in various sports. CORE staff will be there to help organize games and all games will be self officiated. Challenge Nights are a great way to find new players and start building your team for upcoming leagues. Audience:

Coed 16 years and above; intermediate to advanced skill 6:00 pm - Close Mondays - Flag Football Tuesdays - Volleyball, Spikeball & Soccer Wednesdays - Pickleball Thursdays - Ultimate & Wallyball Fridays - Basketball & Co-ed Racquetball Session Dates: On-going Fees: Free with facility admission Location: CORE gym (Basketball, Pickleball,Volleyball & Spikeball) CORE turf (Flag Football, Soccer, Ultimate) Racquetball Courts (Racquetball & Wallyball) Info: Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator lhenderson@hobbsnm.org Days/Times:

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CENTER OF RECREATIONAL EXCELLENCE - CORE

TURF GYM TITANS GIANTS FOR 3-6 YEARS

Youth coed recreational programs designed for girls and boys to creatively introduce them to and learn the basic fundamentals of sports played on the turf or in the gym. Turf Titans is played on the turf and sports include t-ball, flag football, and soccer. Gym Giants is played in the gym and sports include tennis, volleyball, and basketball. The emphasis is to have fun in a safe, non-competitive environment. Each program includes 6 weeks of sessions . Sessions include 20 minutes of instruction and 20 minutes of game-like play.

SATURDAY MORNINGS JUNE 16 - JULY 28 (no session June 30)

$20 members $25 non-members CORE Reversible Jersey is recommended but not required

Deadline: June 9 ($5 late fee assessed after deadline) Turf Titans and Gym Giants are separate programs. Sessions will not overlap so you are able to register for both. For more information contact: Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

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Multi-Generational Programs

Club 62 is for seniors, 62 years and older, who TABLE TENNIS

Come improve your table tennis skills or learn how to play. CORE staff will be there to help set up games or tournaments. Equipment provided. Days/Times: Fees: Location:

Thursday @ 9am-12pm Free with Facility Admission Game Zone

BOCCE BALL

SHUFFLEBOARD

Join us weekly for a friendly game of Bocce Ball. Socialize, get a bit of exercise, and engage in friendly competition. CORE staff will be there to help set up games. Equipment is provided. Days/Times: Fees: Location:

Tuesday @ 9am-12pm Free with Facility Admission CORE turf

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want a little fun and excitement. The CORE will be offering a variety of programming throughout the year. Our goal is to establish a friendly relationship with our senior community and to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle.

A fun and relaxed way to meet new people. Played on our four official sized shuffleboard courts in the gym. Days/Times: Fees:

Lyndsey Henderson Sports Coordinator lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

Friday @ 9am-12pm Free with Facility Admission

4827 Lovington Highway 575-393-CORE


FOR ACTIVE ADULTS AGE 62 AND OVER. PROGRAMS ENCOURAGE HEALTHY LIFESTYLES AND PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY FOR FRIENDLY COMPETITION.

AQUA ZUMBA

For those looking to make a splash by adding a low‐impact, high‐energy aqua�c exercise to their fitness rou�ne. Aqua Zumba blends the Zumba philosophy with water resistance, for one pool party you shouldn’t miss! Days/Times: Fees: Lo�a�on:

Thursday @ 1pm Drop‐in $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program CORE therapy

SENIOR FIT

Senior Fit is a progressive cardio/resistance class that u�lizes chairs and small hand weights to provide a great workout without all the high impact movements. Combined with fun music and func�onal moves, Senior Fit is tailored for ac�ve older adults. Days/Times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday @ 10am Fees: Drop‐in $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Lo�a�on: Studio 2

ZUMBA GOLD

Check out Zumba Gold. The easy‐to‐follow program that lets you move to the beat at your own pace. It’s an invigora�ng, community‐ oriented dance‐fitness class that feels fresh, and most of all exhilara�ng! Exercises increase mobility and are modified to produce low‐impact moves for new moms, post‐op pa�ents, and ac�ve older adults. Days/Times: Monday & Wednesday @ 1pm Fees: Drop‐in $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Lo�a�on: Studio 2

RACQUETBALL

Ready for a good pick‐up game? CORE staff will be there to help set up pairings, organize games and tournaments. Equipment is available for checkout. Days/Times: Fees: Lo�a�on:

Wednesday @ 9am‐12pm Free with Facility Admission Racquetball Courts

PICKLEBALL

�oin in on the craze that is sweeping the na�on! A fun, low‐impact, high‐intensity game. It is a good mix of ping pong and tennis. Games are played in the gym and equipment is provided. Days/Times: Fees: Lo�a�on:

Mondays @ 9am‐12pm Free with Facility Admission CORE gym

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fit • 2 Racquetball courts •

strength Training Equipment • Cardio Equipment • Stretching zone •

2 Group Fitness Studios

• Racquetball Courts Convert to Wallyball • Indoor Track with Incline & Decline

Youth & Teen Fitness Certifications Youth, ages 9-12, and teens, 13-15, may work out on specific fitness equipment with this certification. Instruction will be provided, as well as a certification card, which is to be worn at all times. Audience:

Fees:

Location: Info:

9-12 years - Youth Certification 13-15 years - Teen Certification Free for Members CORE fit Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator

bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org

Group Fitness Program Costs

Participant Registration: Day/Week Pass holders: $5 Drop-in fee Program Fee Participants: Fitness Unlimited Program ($50/month) (in addition to annual program fee) Drop-in fee ($5) Members: Fitness Unlimited Program ($25/month) (in addition to membership) Drop-in fee ($5)

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Personal Training Program Costs Participant Registration: Day/Week Pass holders: N/A

Program Fee Participants: Register for a single session ($60), multiple sessions, or a package Request a trainer or have one assigned Members: Register for a single session ($40 ea.), multiple sessions, or a package Request a trainer or have one assigned


Group Fitness Programs URBANKICK

PIYO

Urbankick is an exciting, athletic workout that takes a sport conditioning approach. It combines punching and kicking sequences with athletic drills and high intensity interval training for a fun heart-healthy workout for all fitness levels. Participants will enjoy a unique cardio-kickboxing class that is effective, empowering, and fun!

Love Yoga? Love Pilates? Then PiYo is for you. A combination of the two, PiYo gives you hardcore definition, intense calorie burn and overall strength—without weights, without jumps, and without destroying your body.

Audience:

For all Ages Days/Times: Tuesday and Thursday 5:10 - 5:55 a.m. Session Dates: June 5 - 28 July 3 - 31 August 2 - 30 Fees: Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 2 Instructor: Elena Ray Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator

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12 years and above Monday and Wednesday 5:10 - 6:10 a.m. Session Dates: June 4 - 27 July 4 - 27 August 1 - 29 Fees: Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 1 Instructor: Sybil Stephanoff Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org Days/Times:

YOGA

YOGA FITNESS

This yoga class takes a Prana Vinyasa approach which offers yoga practices, drawing on the five elements of nature and within; intelligently designed for all levels. It focuses on energetic alignment that weave together mind, body and soul.

Yoga Fit is a program that is fitness-inspired, tailored to build strength, balance, and flexibility. It’s yoga designed for everyone and, oftentimes, people begin to experience a positive difference after just one workout. Check out the days and times below and don’t miss out on this great experience.

Audience:

12 years and above Tuesday and Thursday 6:10 - 7:10 a.m. Session Dates: June 5 - 28 July 3 - 31 August 2 - 30 Fees: Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 1 Instructor: Bridgette Stout Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org Days/Times:

For all Ages Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 - 9:50 a.m. Session Dates: June 5 - 28 July 3 - 31 August 2 - 30 Fees: Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 2 Instructor: Debbie Tippy Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org Audience:

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Group Fitness Programs

SENIOR FIT

AQUA ZUMBA

Senior Fit is a progressive cardio/resistance class that utilizes chairs and small hand weights to provide a great workout without all the high impact movements. Combined with fun music and functional moves, Senior Fit is tailored for active older adults.

For those looking to make a splash by adding a low-impact, high-energy aquatic exercise to their fitness routine. Aqua Zumba blends the Zumba philosophy with water resistance, for one pool party you shouldn’t miss!

62 years and above Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10 - 10:45 a.m. Session Dates: June 4 - 29 July 2 - 30 August 1 - 31 Fees: Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 2 Instructor: Lorna Jackson Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org

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ZUMBA GOLD

Hop It Up

Check out Zumba Gold. The easy-to-follow program that lets you move to the beat at your own pace. It’s an invigorating, community oriented dance fitness class that feels fresh, and most of all, exhilarating! Exercises increase mobility and are modified to produce low-impact moves for new moms, post-op patients, and active older adults.

If you love to work out to music and get a great cardio workout, combined with toning and FUN, then Hop It Up is the new trampoline based workout that will get you jumping, dancing and smiling, all at the same time! With the potential to burn over 750 calories an hour, this workout is for everyone, as it’s easily modifiable to fit your ability.

Audience:

Days/Times:

62 years and above Monday and Wednesay 1 - 2:00 p.m. Session Dates: June 4 - 27 July 2 - 30 August 1 - 29 Fees: Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 2 Instructor: Kim J. Smith Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org

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All ages Thursday 1 - 2:00 p.m. Session Dates: June 7 - 28 July 5 - 26 August 2 - 30 Fees: Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: CORE therapy Instructor: Kim J Smith Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org

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Session Dates:

13 years and above Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 - 6:20 p.m. June 5 - 28 July 3 - 31 August 2 - 30

Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 2 Instructor: Lindsay Chism McCarter Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org Fees:


Youth, ages 9-12, and teens, 13-15, may work out on specific fitness equipment with this certification. Instruction will be provided, as well as a certification card, which is to be worn at all times.

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9-12 years 13-15 years

Info:

Barry Muniz Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org For more information go to www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE (2673)

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PowerRide Want an intense workout that is enjoyable? Need a little push to get you going? That is exactly what you get with Spin Cycle. It’s a fun way to burn calories utilizing stationary spin bikes while avoiding the high impact of running. Come join and find out what all the fuss is about! Audience:

All Ages Monday & Wednesday 5:30-6:30 pm Saturday 9 am - 10 am Session Dates: June 4 - 30 July 2 - 30 August 1 - 29 Fees: Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 2 Instructor: Elena Ray/Lorna Jackson Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator Days/Times:

BARRE Come experience Barre, where the ballet barre is utilized to tighten and tone your arms, legs, glutes, and abs through intense strengthening and stretching exercises.

All Ages Tuesday and Thursday, 6 - 6:45 pm Session Dates: June 5 - 28 July 3- 31 August 2 - 30 Fees: Drop-In: $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 1 Instructor: Holly K. Thompson Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org Audience:

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Specialty Program

ZUMBA TONING Zumba Toning takes the original Zumba dance-fitness class to the next level utilizing an innovative muscle training protocol with the addition of dumbbells. Created to emphasize muscle work along with rhythms, the combination of cardio and dynamic resistive exercises is an effective use of progressive light weight training to improve performance. Combining rhythms within the same songs adds to the fun and flavor of dance fitness, so you don’t want to miss out! Audience:

18 years and above Days/Times: Monday & Wednesday 7 - 8:00 p.m. Session Dates: June 4 - 27 July 2 - 30 August 1 - 29 Fees: Drop-In - $5 or Fitness Unlimited Program Location: Studio 2 Instructor: Elsie Wright Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator 24

KARATE Looking to learn a martial art? We have the perfect option for you, as we are offering a well-developed karate program for beginners. It will focus on respect, discipline, self-confidence, and manners, while learning traditional Okinawan Karate. Audience:

7 years and above Tuesday and Thursday 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m Session Dates: June 5 - 28 July 3 - 31 August 2 - 30 Fees: $80 per month Location: Studio 2 Instructor: Esther Bratcher Info: Barry Muniz, Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org Days/Times:


Y O U T H & FA M I LY

Looking for something to do with your kids? Looking for exciting ways to spend your family time together? Our Youth & Family Program will offer just that, fun activities to enjoy together! THere will be weekly activities throughout the summer that will be relaxing and enjoyable for everyone.

Summer Programming:

Family Game Night: Trivia, Puzzle Solving, Games, Pictionary, Gestures, and more Family Dive-in Movie: Join us for a family-friendly movie while relaxing on inner tubes in the CORE's competition pool. Back-to-School Party: A great end to your summer with water and nerf gun wars, basketball-knockout, and swimming. Family Dance Night: We will provide the music, you provide the talent for karaoke, and everyone can get involved with the “ "Just Dance" video game. Christmas in July: Enjoy fun winter activities, like "snowball" fights and Christmas themed volleyball, all in the heat of the summer.

Dates and Times will be Announced. keep up with us Online at COREhobbs.com or call 393-CORE 25


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aquatics • Splash - Leisure pool

• Swim - Competition pool & Diving Boards

• Therapy - Warm Water Therapy Pool

CORE splash (above) will be a highlight to all. CORE therapy (right) will be the warm water pool designed for therapeutic classes and rehabilitation. New Mexico Junior College will conduct their therapy classes here.

CORE swim is the competitive pool that will host meets and be the home of the Hobbs Eagles Swim & Dive teams. It will also feature open time for public swim and play, or for programmed events.

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splash CORE splash Age Policy • Children 6 and under must have parent in the pool with them. • Children 7-12 years must have parent in pool area. • Must be at least 13 years old to use spa. Only lifejackets and inflatables provided by CORE staff or that are United States Coast Guard approved can be used in the CORE.

2 – 40 ft. slides

one body slide, one tube slide

• Timing device in body slide •

Lights and music in the slide • Lights and music in splash • Zero entry pool • Lazy river

• Multiple play features including vortex, geysers, rain clouds, depth charges and more • 3 private cabana areas for rent

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CORE swim - Age Policy • Children 6 and under must have parent in the pool with them. • Children 7-12 years must have parent in pool area. Only lifejackets and inflatables provided by CORE staff or that are United States Coast Guard approved can be used in the CORE.

25m x 25yds competition pool • 4’4” depth to 13’6” depth • A Myrtha pool • 2- 3M diving boards • 2- 1M diving boards • Sound System

• 16’x 9’ LED Video Board (for Scores and Viewing)

therapy

• For use by ages 18 and above • Fully ADA accessible lift • 3 1/2’ depth to 5’ depth

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SUMMER 2018

ADULT LEARN-TO-SWIM FOR 16 YEARS AND ABOVE Adult Learn-to-Swim is designed to teach basic strokes and skills to help build confidence and comfortability in and around aquatic environments. Each session meets 4 times over the course of two weeks.

Days/Times:

Tuesday/Thursday 7:00-8:00pm

Session Dates:

June 19-June 28; July 3-July 12; July 17– July 27

Fees:

$30 member / $35 non-member

Deadline:

June 9th - $5 late fee assessed after deadline

Information:

Elisa Novak, Aquatics/LTS Coordinator, enovak@hobbsnm.org

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Ripples 3-5 YEARS Preschool Levels Par�cipants learn how to:  be safe in and around water  begin on the fundamental swimming skills Skills Learned:  flu�er kicking  front and back floats  front crawl arm mo�ons

1 - ADAPTION

�t this stage, par�cipants learn the safety cri�cal skills that will help them in case they were to fall into a body of water.

2 - MOBILITY

During this stage, par�cipants learn how to control their movement in water. Par�cipants will also build on and refine the safety cri�cal skills learned in Ripples 1.

3 - ENDURANCE

During this stage, par�cipants learn how to control their movement in water. Par�cipants will also build on and refine the safety cri�cal skills learned in Ripples 1.

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Swells 6-12 YEARS Youth Levels Par�cipants will:  build on previous water safety and swimming skills  begin on the fundamentals of different strokes Skills learned and refined:  flu�er kicks  unassisted front and back floats  introduc�on to backstroke and freestyle

1 - ADAPTION

This stage builds on previous water safety skills and lays the founda�on for par�cipants to begin learning the building blocks of swimming.

2 - MOBILITY

During this stage, students work on body posi�on, control, and movement in the water while con�nuously incorpora�ng safety skills.

Tidal 6-12 YEARS Stroke Development Par�cipants will:  refine and perfect their strokes Skills learned and refined:  freestyle  backstroke  treading water  breaststroke

1 - STROKE IMPROVEMENT

Par�cipants develop proper stroke technique in front and back crawl as well as being introduced to bu�erfly and breaststroke.

2 - STROKE LOGISTICS

Par�cipants refine their technique on all strokes and con�nue to place an emphasis on safety skills.

3 - ENDURANCE

Par�cipants learn how to use their safety cri�cal skills for a longer distance while learning more fundamentals of swimming.

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Aquatics Programs Youth Learn-to-Swim

Infant & Parent Swim Lessons

This program is designed to teach students how to be safe in, and around water, and teaches stroke development based on the participant’s age and skill level. Determine what skill level class is best suited for your child by looking at the swim lesson skill levels on page 30.

This program is designed to introduce infants and toddlers to aquatic environments. Parents accompany their children, to guide them through basic swimming and safety skills.

Ages 3-12 Monday - Friday 8 - 10:00am (specific class time will depend on skill level) Session Dates: June 18th - June 22nd June 25 - 29 July 2 - July 6 July 9 - July 13 July 16 - July 20 July 23 -July] 27 Registration Deadline: June 9th Fees: $20 per session Location: CORE pools Info: Elisa Novak, Aquatics/Learn-to-Swim Coordinator enovak@hobbsnm.org Audience:

Days/Times:

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Ages 6 months-3 years with a parent/guardian Days/Times: Monday - Friday 7:30 - 8:00am Session Dates: June 18th - June 22nd June 25 - 29 July 2 - July 6 July 9 - July 13 July 16 - July 20 July 23 - July 27 Registration Deadline: June 9th Fees: $20 per session Location: CORE pools Info: Elisa Novak, Aquatics/Learn-to-Swim Coordinator enovak@hobbsnm.org

Private/Semi Private Swim Lessons

Adult Learn-to-Swim

Private and semi-private swim lessons are available upon request. Please visit the welcome desk to register and schedule these lessons.The lesson days/times will be coordinated with your assigned instructor.

Adult Learn-to-Swim is designed to teach you basic strokes and skills to help build confidence and technique in and around aquatic environments. Each session meets 4 times over the course of 2 weeks.

Ages 3 and above Dependent upon request Session Dates: Dependent upon request Registration Deadline: N/A Fees: $30 member/ $35 non member Location: Dependent upon request Info: Elisa Novak, Aquatics/Learn-to-Swim Coordinator enovak@hobbsnm.org Audience:

Days/Times:

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Ages 16 and above Tuesday/Thursday 7 - 8:00pm June 19 - June 28 July 3 - July 12 July 17 - July 27 Registration Deadline: June 9th Fees: $30 member/ $35 nonmember Location: CORE pools Info: Elisa Novak, Aquatics/Learn-to-Swim Coordinator Session Dates: Days/Times:

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Aquatics Programs Swim Team

Adult Swim Team (Masters)

Tsunami - Swim Team is a year round competitive swimming program, sanctioned by USA Swimming. We offer coaching to help each individual member achieve realistic goals for their age and level of ability. Must be able to pass Tidal Waves swim lessons to be eligible for the team.

Our Masters program is perfect for all swimmers, age 19 and over, who are looking to improve their fitness through swimming. Masters consists of structured lap swimming with on-deck instruction that will help participants improve their technique and endurance. Payments are month to month and participants are able to cancel at any time. Interested in practicing in the mornings or evenings? Please let us know by emailing cvorrasi@hobbsnm.org.

Able to swim across the pool; 5 - 18 years Days/Times: Daily, Monday - Friday Times to be announced Session Dates: Month to month Registration Deadline: N/A Fees: $30 members/ $35 nonmembers Location: CORE swim Info: Elisa Novak, Aquatics/Learn-to-Swim Coordinator Audience:

Audience:

19 years and above Monday, Wednesday & Friday 12pm-1pm Session Dates: Month-to-month Registration Deadline: N/A Fees: $30 members/ $35 nonmembers Location: CORE swim Info: Catherine Vorrassi, Facility Director Days/Times:

Dive Team

Inner Tube Water Polo

The Core Dive Team is a year round competitive diving program, sanctioned by USA Diving. Core Dive Team is a perfect fit for beginners and experienced divers.

Inner tube water polo is a hybrid of the traditional sport of water polo with a twist, all players must float in an inner tube. Must have at least 4 people for each team to play.

5 years and above Monday - Friday Times to be announced Session Dates: Month-to-month Registration Deadline: N/A Fees: $30 members/ $35 nonmembers Location: CORE swim Info: Elisa Novak, Aquatics/Learn-to-Swim Coordinator enovak@hobbsnm.org Audience:

Audience:

Days/Times:

Days/Times:

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16 years and above

Once a month on Saturdays

3pm - 5pm June 23 and July 21 Registration Deadline: N/A Fees: Free with Facility Admission Location: CORE swim Info: Elisa Novak,

Session Dates:

Aquatics/Learn-to-Swim Coordinator enovak@hobbsnm.org


Masters consists of structured lap swimming with on-deck instruction that will help participants improve their technique and endurance.

Interested in practicing in the mornings or evenings? Please let us know by emailing cvorrasi@hobbsnm.org. Audience:

19 years and above

Days/Times:

M/W/F; 12pm-1pm

Session Dates:

Month-to-month

Fees:

$30 members/ $35 nonmembers

Location:

CORE swim

Info:

Catherine Vorrasi, Facility Director cvorrasi@hobbsnm.org For more information, go to www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE (2673) 35


Facility Rentals

www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE

(Social gatherings)

Facility Rentals (Non-programmatic) The two banquet rooms have a sound proof divider wall, or can be opened as one large room to seat 160 people with 8 person, round tables.

• All facility rental requests must be received at least 30 days in advance. Accommodations may be made on a case-by-case basis with less notice.

Party room packages available to include use of the CORE play or CORE splash areas. See rate chart or website for more information.

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All facility rental requests

are based on availability.

Members receive 5%

discount on all Facility

Rentals.


turf - Full $250/Two hours (includes staff) turf - Half $175/Two hours (includes staff) gym Full $250/Two hours (includes staff) gym Half $175/Two hours (includes staff) swim $300/Two hours (includes staff) splash $350/Two hours (includes staff) therapy $150/Two hours (includes staff) Aquatics Classroom $25/hour Studio 1 $25/hour Studio 2 $25/hour Banquet Room 133 $100/half day $200/full day Banquet Room 134 $125/half day $250/full day Combined Banquet Rooms $175/half day $350/ full day Catering Kitchen $100/half day $200/ full day (Included with all rentals unless rented exclusively, then rates above apply) Party Room 170 $75/Two hours Add CORE play $250/Two hours Add CORE splash $300/Two hours Party Room 171 $75/Two hours Add CORE play $250/Two hours Add CORE splash $300/Two hours Executive Conference Room $25/hour Observation Deck $75/hour Availability is at CORE staff discretion Full Facility $2500/Two hours (includes staff) Availability is at CORE staff discretion Facility Rentals include: • Table linens • Staff set-up and tear-down of room • Audio/Visual Accesories • Podium

Optional Items for Rent: • • • •

Stage Dance Floor Additional Linens Decoration Packages

• Additional A/V equipment • Centerpiece Decor

are you interested in showcasing your business or organization in the next issue of THe Guide? The Fall Issue of the Guide will be distributed in mid-August. For more information about these opportunities, please contact the Marketing Department at the CORE: 575-393-CORE (2673). 37


Outdoor Pools DEL NORTE, HEIZER, HUMBLE

www.HobbsNM.org

Del Norte Heizer Humble

(575) 392-8161 (575) 397-9316 (575) 397-9337

The 2018 summer swim season at Heizer, Humble, and Del Norte pools will

kick off on Saturday, May 26.

Heizer, Humble and Del Norte pools are CLOSED on MONDAYS except for Monday, May 28 (Memorial Day) and Monday, September 4 (Labor Day). Use of these pools by those aged under 4 & over 62 is FREE PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS FOR CHILDREN 10 & UNDER: • Children cannot be “dropped off” at any pool. • Children must be accompanied into the pool by an adult and that adult must remain at the pool for the duration of the child’s stay. • Children 7 years of age and younger, when in the water, MUST have an adult in the water with them at all times.

POOL PASSES

Season Pass: $75 per person May 26 – September 3 Family Swim Pass: $150 May 26 – September 3

Admits 4 persons

CLOSED: MONDAYS, EXCEPT MEMORIAL DAY AND LABOR DAY OPEN: 6 days a week, Tuesday through Sunday, 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, May 26 until August 5 then weekends only through Labor Day (Monday, September 3)

ADMISSION FEES: EVERYONE must pay to enter. Ages 4 – 61 = $2.00 Free for those under 4 years & over 62 years

PRIVATE RENTAL INFORMATION: $250 for a 2 hour rental (capacity 317) Saturday or Sunday, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. 8:15 - 10:15 p.m. 38


Outdoor Pools HEIZER POOL CLOSED: OPEN:

MONDAYS (EXCEPT MEMORIAL DAY AND LABOR DAY) Tuesday through Sunday 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. May 26 until July 31 ADMISSION FEES: Ages 4 - 61 = $2.00 Free for those under 4 years & over 62 years

PRIVATE RENTAL INFORMATION: $200 for a 2 hour rental (capacity 120) Saturday or Sunday, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.

HUMBLE POOL CLOSED: OPEN:

MONDAYS (EXCEPT MEMORIAL DAY AND LABOR DAY) Tuesday through Sunday 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. May 26 until July 31 ADMISSION FEES: Ages 4 - 61 = $2.00 Free for those 4 years & over 62 years PRIVATE RENTAL INFORMATION: $150 for a 2 hour rental (capacity 120) Saturday or Sunday, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.

POOL PASSES (Del Norte, Heizer, Humble Pools) Season Pass: $75 per person May 26 – September 3 Family Swim Pass:

$150 - Admits 4 persons May 26 – September 3

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(575)397-9328 509 N. Shipp www.hobbspubliclibrary.org

Hours of Operation: Monday - Wednesday Thursday - Saturday Sunday

10:00a.m. – 8:00p.m. 10:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. Closed

Children’s Programming - Summer Reading Program Theme: Grades: Registration: Program Runs:

Libraries Rock! Kindergarten - 6th Grade May 29 – June 1 June 4 – June 29

Adult Programming: E-Resource Training – OverDrive (e-books), America’s GenealogyBank, Cypress Resume, or Rosetta Stone.

Schedule one-on-one help with any of the above database products or OverDrive. By appointment only. Please ask for Tonya.

General Information:

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- The Library is on the Hobbs Express Bus Route (Red Line) - Book and audiovisual materials may be returned 24/7 by placing them in the drop boxes located in the front of the Library. - The Library accepts credit card payments.


(575) 391-9505 6 2 0 W. A lt o The Teen Center provides recreational and educational activities for the teens of Hobbs. We believe that our teens are the future of this community, and we believe that this center gives them a safe place to interact and enjoy each other’s company.

Teen Center staff provides leadership and direction, maintains harmony and resolves grievances among participants, while promoting interest in the planned games and activities. Activities are planned, organized, and coordinated by staff, with input of the Teens. The Teen Center has something for everyone, including a gym with a rock climbing wall, basketball courts, volleyball, skate park, game room, and video game room.

Summer H o u r s o f o p e r at i o n M o n d ay – T h u r s d ay 2:00-9:00 pm F r i d ay & S at u r d ay 2:00-11:00 pm S u n d ay - C l o s e d

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2015 Golf Inc. top 5 New Golf Development #3 in New Mexico

2015 G o l f D i g e s t To p 10 New Courses

(575) 397-9297 5001 Jack Gomez Blvd.

The award winning golf and recreational facility named the “Model Municipal Golf Course� by the USGA, offers something for every resident in Hobbs. From The First Tee Youth and Life Skills to adult lessons, social and competitive events, Rockwind has year round events for the whole family. Other activities include Footgolf, Sunday brunch, evening concerts as well as being the perfect event venue for weddings, birthdays and corporate events.

Course Rates Junior = 17 years of age and younger Seniors = 60 years of age and older (Residency to be established with a photo I.D. showing Hobbs address)

Cart Fees

18 Hole Course - Walking Description

Resident Fee

Non-Resident Fee

Description

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Adult (9 holes)

$10

$20

Adult 18 holes (per person)

$16

Adult (18 holes)

$15

$30

Adult 9 holes & Twilight (per person)

$11

Adult (Twilight)

$10

$20

Senior 18 holes (per person)

$14

Senior 9 holes & Twilight (per person)

$11

Extra Rider

$16

Senior (9 holes)

$10

$20

Senior (18 holes)

$12

$24

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$10

$20

Junior (9 holes)

$6

$12

Junior (18 holes)

$6

$12

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$6

$12

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M o n d ay & We d n e s d ay t h r u S u n d ay Open 30 minutes before the first tee time Closed at Sunset T u e s d ay - Closed


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- Greens Fees and

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No golf carts allowed on the Par 3 Course, except for registered handicapped individuals.

Up to three (3) Juniors can play for free when accompanied by a paying adult. Description

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Non-Resident Fee

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$6

$9

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$3

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$2

$4

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$2

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Thursday Night Scramble: April - September Players must join the RWGA (Rockwind Golf Association/$35 per year). Call by 3pm Thursday to sign up. Open to Men & Women. Ladies Day: Every Monday, April - September

Complimentary green fees for women all day.

Rock 9 League: May through September on Mondays and Wednesdays 9-hole Individual League. Open to the public. PGA Junior League: June 1 through July 31. Team golf league for youth 14 & under. CJB Golf Academy offering classes for juniors seeking to play competitive golf whether in Junior Golf events, High School golf team or on the College golf team. The Academy is also offering classes for adults from beginners to specialized clinics and competitive golf workshops. Private lessons are available as well. For the class schedule call Camren Bergman at 575-390-4218. Saturday evening, outdoor concerts offered by the Rockwind Grill, May through September. The first concert will be the Justin Kemp Band on May 12th. To view and print the Tournament Schedule, go to www.rockwindgolfcourse.com calendar section. Sign up for our newsletter on our website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Rockwind Community Links

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For more information, or to register: Kristy Hughes, Program Director The First Tee of Southeastern New Mexico Email: thefirstteeatrockwind@gmail.com 575-605-0304 The First Tee is an international youth development organization introducing the game of golf and its inherent values to young people. Through after school and inschool programs, we help shape the lives of young people from all walks of life by reinforcing values like integrity, respect and perseverance through the game of golf. And, it’s making a difference!

The First Tee Summer Camp Schedule at Rockwind Community Links Ages 5 to 17

Cost $50.00 per child per week

*

Week #1 June 13-15 {Wed.-Fri.}   Summer Golf Camp     

9:00am-11:30am  

*

Week #2 June 20-22 {Wed.-Fri.} STEAM Girl’s Golf Camp

9:00am-11:30am

       

June 20-22 {Wed.-Fri.}   STEM Boy’s Golf Camp 

* Week#3 June 27-29 {Wed.-Fri.}    Summer Golf Camp    

4:00pm-6:30pm 9:00am-11:30am

* Week #4 July 11-13  {Wed.-Fri.}  Evening Summer Golf Camp    4:00pm-6:30pm  * Week #5 July  25-27  {Wed.-Fri.}  Summer Golf Camp    2018 Fall Classes Begin Week of August 27 All Dates are Subject to Change

Register Online at: www.thefirstteesoutheasternnewmexico.org

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PARKS & RECREATION

PA R K S & R E C R E AT I O N

PARK PAVILION/

200 E. BROADWAY

SPECIAL EVENT RENTALS

505-397-9291 w w w. H o b b s N M . o r g

You can now reserve Park Pavilions online! Once you have set up your household account in E-trak Plus, the Parks & Recreation Department’s new software, you can reserve Park Pavilions from your home, your office, or your favorite mobile device. You must come into the Parks & Recreation Office in City Hall, initially, to set up your account. See more information on page 3 about how to set-up your online account. Designated group shelters are available for rental throughout our park system. For a small gathering, the damage/cleanup deposit is $25 and the rental fee is $25 for every 3 hours. Pavilions are available for rental, as follows:

8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. -

3:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m. -

8:00 p.m.

Reservations can be made online beginning May 15, or at the Parks & Recreation Office in City Hall, 200 E. Broadway, on a first-come, first-serve basis. The cut-off date for weekend reservations is Thursday at 12:00 p.m. All other reservations require a 48-hour notice. For more information, contact the Parks & Recreation Office at 397-9291. Reservations are required at the following locations: • • •

Del Norte Performance Area* Harry McAdams Park (large pavilion only) Shipp Street Venue* * Special Event rates may apply

For special events such as a large company picnic with more than 100 attendees, a Special Event Permit Application is required. Fees for this type of reservation are as follows:

100-199 people

$50 deposit

$100/day rental

200-299 people

$100 deposit

$200/day rental

300+

$150 deposit

$300/day rental

people

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PARKS & RECREATION

SPECIAL EVENTS

PA R K S & R E C R E AT I O N 505-397-9291 w w w. H o b b s N M . o r g CITY OF HOBBS, PARKS & RECREATION

HOOKED ON FISHING - July 28 The Parks & Recreation Department and New Mexico Game and Fish team up for a great day of fishing and education. The fishing derby begins at 8:00 AM and lasts until noon. Door prizes are ongoing throughout the day as guests fish, visit information booths, compete in contests and enjoy a free hotdog meal. Audience: The event is free to the public and t-shirts are available to the first 100 participants. For ages 11 and under, no license required. Contact 397-9291 for more information. Location: Harry McAdams Park 5000 Jack Gomez BLVD Times; 7:30 am– Noon Fees: Free for the whole family. (Fishing is for children 11 and under.)

JULY 4TH - A COMMUNITY CELEBRATION Celebrate our nation’s freedom at the park! The City of Hobbs July 4th Celebration kicks off at Harry McAdams Park with a Grass Volleyball Tournament benefitting Hobbs High School Volleyball, time TBA. The annual Diaper Derby begins at 6:00 PM. Food vendors, games, and a special Movies Under the Stars and Stripes of Despicable Me 3 begins at dusk. Fireworks begin at 9:15 PM at the Hobbs Industrial Air Park (HIAP). Parking for this event is located on the HIAP tarmac. For more information please call 397-9291. Audience:

Open to the Public

Location: Harry McAdams Park 5000 Jack Gomez BLVD Times: 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM Fees;

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PARKS & RECREATION

Summer Youth

CITY OF HOBBS, PARKS & RECREATION

Sports Programs June 4 – July 20

program Guidelines Hobbs High School, 800 N. Jefferson The sports program has been designed for the convenience of parents and programming. Parents have the choice of bringing their child to participate in one sport, multiple sports, or all sports at no charge. All sports programs will be held at Hobbs High School facilities, including Ralph Tasker Arena, accompanying gyms and weight room, tennis courts, Freshman High School, and James Richards Multi-Purpose facility on Sanger Street.

• Youth Sports Programs are FREE to participants • Participants 10 and under must be signed in and out each day by their parent/guardian.

• LUNCH – This program is sponsored by Head Start. Participants who wish to bring their own lunch or go home for lunch are welcome to do so. • ALL PROGRAMS ARE CLOSED JULY 4 • Appropriate clothing and shoes are required.

Wrestling This program is open to boys and girls. Program will include an introduction to the sport of wrestling with the teaching of the rules of the sport to include the fundamentals of the different wrestling moves and holds. Location: Ralph Tasker Arena GRADE 3rd - 8th

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TIME 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

DAYS Monday - Friday Monday - Thursday


Summer Youth Sports Programs

Basketball This program is open to boys and girls and has been the basis of our summer programming for years. Included will be team play, contests and skills development using drills, techniques and game play. Appropriate shoes are required. Audience: 6 - 18 years old Location: Ralph Tasker Arena

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL PROGRAM GRADE 3rd - 5th 6th 7th

JUNE 4 – JUNE 28

TIME 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

DAYS Monday - Friday Monday - Thursday Monday - Thursday

TIME

DAYS

3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m

Monday - Thursday

TIME 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

DAYS Monday - Friday Monday - Thursday Monday - Thursday

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL LEAGUE GRADE Freshmen & 8th

BOYS’ BASKETBALL PROGRAM GRADE Open Gym League Play 6th-8th 9th BOYS’ TWI-LITE LEAGUE GRADE

TIME

DAYS

9th - 12th

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m

Monday - Thursday

Soccer This program is open to boys and girls. Games will be played with a major emphasis placed on soccer as a way to exercise while having fun. This program will be held at Ralph Tasker Arena and appropriate shoes are required.

GRADE 3rd - 8th

TIME

9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

DAYS

Monday - Friday

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Summer Youth Sports Programs CITY OF HOBBS, PARKS & RECREATION

Volleyball June 12 - July 19 This program is open to boys and girls and is comprised of 3 age groups. It focuses on what is needed to develop a volleyball player. Location: Freshman School Gym Audience: 6 - 18 years old • Elementary group will enjoy fun games/drills while learning the techniques of volleyball. • Jr. High group will continue to develop volleyball skills while learning the basics of game play which include substitutions, rotations, offense and defense. • High School program is designed for competitive play and is open to adults as well. GRADE K - 5th 6th - 8th 9th - 12th

TIME 8:15 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. 9:45 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

DAYS Tuesday & Thursday Tuesday & Thursday Tuesday & Thursday

Tennis This program is open to boys and girls and offers four (4) different levels for students. Appropriate shoes are required. Tennis balls will be provided. Participants will provide their own racquets. Younger participants may use racquetball racquets for more control if they wish. Location: High School Tennis Courts Audience: 4 -18 years old • • • •

4 – 7 year olds will learn basic ball movement and very basic racquet instruction. Beginner students will learn all of the grips in tennis, how to strike the ball, and all the basic strokes. They will then learn how to play a tennis game and set. Intermediate class is a continuation of the Beginner class on a more accelerated pace. Goal for this class is to get students playing games and sets. Advanced class is focused on the transition game and specialty shots. AGE 4 - 7 Year Old 8, 9 & 10 Year Old 11 & 12 Year Old 13 Year Old & Up

TIME 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

DAYS Monday Monday Monday Monday

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Friday Friday Friday Friday

Football This program is open to boys and girls. Location: James Richards Multi-Purpose Facility GRADE TIME 3rd - 10th Grade 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. & 12:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.

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PARKS & RECREATION

Summer Youth & Adult

PA R K S & R E C R E AT I O N 505-397-9291 w w w. H o b b s N M . o r g

Sports Programs

MEN’S NIGHT LEAGUE GRADE - AGE

MAX TIME

DAYS

10th - 40 years old

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Monday - Thursday

Cost: $200/team - payable online or at the Parks & Recreation Office. Contact: Shelby Reeves - (575) 318-3413. CO-ED VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE PLAY GRADE - AGE

10th - Adult

Cost:

TIME

DAYS

6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

Monday

$80/team - payable online or at the Parks & Recreation Office. Contact: Shelby Reeves - (575) 318-3413.

WEIGHT ROOM GRADE - AGE

TIME

DAYS

9th - Adult

7:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. & Monday - Thursday 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Special Summer Sport Events BASKETBALL ALL STARS Wednesday, July 4th Includes All Star games, dunk contest and 3-point shootout. Location: Time:

Ralph Tasker Arena Starts at 1:00 p.m.

Contact: Shelby Reeves, (575)318-3413.

TENNIS TOURNAMENTS Location: High School Tennis Courts, 800 N. Jefferson Hobbs Open Hobbs Beginner

Sat. & Sun. Fri. & Sat.

June 9 & 10 July 20 & 21

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PARKS & RECREATION June 4 – July 20, 2018

SUMMER RECESS

Highland Jr. High, 2500 N. Jefferson

Audience: Kindergarten* - 5th Grade *Children entering Kindergarten must show proof of age to register.

Children who have completed 5th grade can now become members of the Hobbs Teen Center. (see page 41)

Days & Time:

Monday – Thursday Friday

7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m

Free Summer Breakfast & Lunch Program Site Must be at program by 8:00 a.m. for breakfast, and by 10:30 a.m. for an accurate head count to enjoy lunch. For your child’s safety: Cell phones, any other electronic devices, dangling earrings, and open-toed, backless or slick soled shoes are prohibited.

Week 1: “Welcome to Summer Recess” Start your summer with all things fun! Your youngster will be introduced to many different sports, games & taught the fundamentals of participation.

**Remember, we will be closed Wednesday, July 4th but be sure to join us at Harry McAdam’s Park for our fun 4th of July Celebration!**

Week 2: “Stay Alert Don’t Get Hurt” Children will be visited by experts in various safety related careers such as Police, Fire, and Lifeguards to make sure we all keep this summer fun AND safe!

Week 6: “Imagine Believe Achieve” Join us as we explore the frontiers of many careers this week. The tables get turned this special week as the children help program their events for a day!

Week 3: “The Art of Summer Recess” Join us for some creative fun with activities that will be sure to please any crowd. Special games and treats are in order for this special week.

Week 7: “REC IT CREW” Answer trivia questions about this summer’s activities with our Game Show Day. Each gym will compete to see who has the most spirit. Our Farewell Carnival will round out the summer’s events.

Week 4: “Camp Rock” We will travel all around the musical world this week and you never need to leave the comforts of Hobbs! A talent show, karaoke and making the band will get your kids jamming out to their own tunes and lifetime favorites. Week 5: “Reporting Live” Stay up to date with all the ‘breaking news’ about Summer Recess tournaments: soccer, volleyball, kickball and basketball!

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Splash Days – Weekly trips to Del Norte Pool or a local Splash Pad will be provided for children who return their permission slips, space is limited. Fun will be held at the pool/ splash pad from 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Participant transportation will be available by Hobbs Express to the facility for a fee of $1. Swim suits, sunscreen, towel and proper foot ware are required to participate. Parents will pick up their children at the pool/splash pad after the session.


PARKS & RECREATION

MOVIES UNDER THE STARS Summer Series Del Norte park (starts at dusk)

May 26 – Coco June 22 – Jumanji Movies Under the Stars is FREE for all ages.

July 4 – Despicable Me 3 July 27 – Wonder

Bring your own chairs, blankets, and snacks.

August 24 – Beauty & The Beast (Sing-a-long)

alcohol is not allowed.

SPACE IS AVAILABLE ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE BASIS. IF YOU WANT FRONT ROW, COME EARLY AND SPEND THE EVENING AT OUR BEAUTIFUL DEL NORTE PARK.

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SUMMER ART

Early Summer Art Schedule

All art classes held at the Agnes Caster head Community Center 200 E. park

MAY 7 - JUNE 29

Painting/Drawing for Pleasure for Everyone OIL, WATERCOLOR, ACRYLICS OR PASTEL, and PENCIL 8-WEEK SESSION Mondays 8-WEEK SESSION Mondays WEEK SESSION

Fridays

1:00 - 4:00 PM

May 7 - June 25 (*Holiday May 28) May 7 - June 25 (*Holiday May 28) May 11 - June 29

6:00 - 9:00 PM 6:00 - 9:00 PM

Summer Flower Techniques OILS-ACRYLICS 8-WEEK SESSION Subject: Rose on Black

Tuesdays

1:00 - 4:00 PM

May 8 - June 26

Watercolor- Still Life Techniques Watercolor/Acrylic WEEK SESSION Subject: TBA

Thursdays

1:00 - 4:00 PM

May 10 - June 28

SUPPLY LISTS FOR ALL THE ABOVE CLASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT REGISTRATION, WHICH IS OUTLINED BELOW: Seniors Phone-in: April 9th (must pay by April 12th) Community online: April 13th Walk-ins: April 16th, or until classes are filled

A JOURNEY IN THE ARTS FOR YOUTH Subjects:

6 – 12 YEARS

Drawing, Watercolor, Oil Pastels, Clay

Day/Time; Wednesdays 10:00 - 11:30 A.M., Room # 126 4-Week Session June 6– 27 4-Week Session July 11 – Aug 1 OR Wednesdays 1:30 - 3:00 P.M, Room # 126 4-Week Session June 6– 27 4-Week Session July 11 – Aug 1 Cost:

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$9.00 (per each 4-week session). All Supplies/Materials are provided. If you have any questions, please call before the session begins.


PARKS & RECREATION

SUMMER ART

All art classes held at the Agnes Caster head Community Center 200 E. park Summer Art Schedule

MAY 7 - JUNE 29

& JULY 9 - AUGUST 31

Painting/Drawing for Pleasure - for Everyone OIL, WATERCOLOR, ACRYLICS OR PASTEL, and PENCIL 8-WEEK SESSION 8-WEEK SESSION 8-WEEK SESSION

Mondays 1:00PM - 4:00 PM July 9 - Aug. 27 No Class, August 6th (Lea County Fair) Mondays 6:00PM - 9:00 PM July 9 - Aug. 27 No Class, August 6th (Lea County Fair) Fridays 1:00PM - 4:00 PM July 13 - Aug. 31

Techniques of Oil Painting OILS/ACRYLICS 8-WEEK SESSION

Tuesdays

1:00PM -4:00 PM

July 10 - August 28

Subject: TBA

Watercolor Animal Techniques Watercolor/Acrylic 8-WEEK SESSION

Thursdays

1:00 PM- 4:00 PM

July 12 - August 30

Subject: TBA

Additional Summer Programs CHEERLEADING HIGH SCHOOL GYM

4-WEEK SESSIONS: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday K – 5TH GRADE 6TH – 8TH GRADE 9TH – 12TH GRADE

WATER ZUMBA

WITH KIM SMITH WEDNESDAYS JUNE 6 – AUGUST 1 10AM – 11AM @ DEL NORTE POOL COST IS $5.00 PER CLASS

JUNE 4 – JUNE 28, 2018 JULY 2 – JULY 26, 2018 8AM - 9AM 9AM - 10AM 10AM - 11:30AM

BE AQUA FIT

WITH YESENIA VALENZUELA SESSION 1 JUNE 12 – JUNE 28 SESSION 2 JULY 11 – JULY 27 TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS 10:00AM – 11:00AM @ DEL NORTE POOL COST IS $20.00 PER SESSION OR $5.00 PER CLASS 55


Dog Park

4314 N. Grimes DOG PARK HOTLINE: (575) 397-9323 OR (575) 397-9265 Hotline numbers are to be used for any urgent situations

OPEN DAILY 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Located on the east side of Del Norte Park, the dog park is designed so that dogs can safely exercise and play off-leash in a controlled environment under the supervision of their owners. Off-leash dog areas, or dog parks, provide a community setting in which people can gather and socialize and where they can observe the interaction of groups of dogs at play. Dog parks allow owners and their dogs to spend time together and offer dogs a space for play and companionship with other dogs.

Dog Park Usage Guidelines In order to provide a safe and friendly environment, the City of Hobbs urges all patrons to read and observe the following rules that are in accordance with established City ordinances: 1.

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The dog park is for dogs, their handlers and those accompanying them. No other use is permitted. All dogs must be legally licensed and vaccinated and shall wear a visible dog license and rabies tag. (Ordinance 6.04.210) Dogs less than 4 months of age and female dogs that are in heat are prohibited. Dogs must be on a leash when entering or exiting the dog park. Dogs must be under the control of their handler and in view of their handler at all times. Spiked collars are prohibited. Children 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. Handlers must be at least 16 years of age. Handlers must have possession of the dog leash at all times. Handler is limited to a maximum of two dogs. Handlers must “Scoop the Poop� and fill any holes dug by dogs under their control. Food and drinks in glass containers are prohibited; treats are allowed for training purposes only. Dogs must be removed from the dog park at first sign of aggression. No animals, other than dogs, shall be permitted in the dog park area. Handlers are responsible for any injuries caused by the dog(s) under their control. Users of the facility do so at their own risk. The City of Hobbs shall not be liable for any injury or damage caused by any dog in the dog park area. Small dog park is limited to dogs weighing 25 pounds, or less; Large dog park is open to dogs over 25 pounds; communal area is open to all dogs. Gates must be closed after entering and exiting the park.


CEMETERY OFFICE ADDRESS: 2101 E. Stanolind Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 575-397-9296

CEMETERIES

The City of Hobbs maintains four Cemeteries: Boone, Everglades, Prairie Haven, & Prairie Haven Memorial Park. The City of Hobbs operates out of Prairie Haven and Prairie Haven Memorial Park and on occasion, by deed only, Everglades Cemetery. There are four, full-time staff located at Prairie Haven Memorial Park where you will find the office and the maintenance facility. Please feel free to stop by during business hours and any of the staff will assist with any questions or concerns. OFFICE HOURS: Monday – Friday 8 am to 12 pm 1 pm to 5 pm GATES: 7 Days a Week Summer: April 1 – October 31 8 am to 7 pm FEES: Adult Lot $575.00 Cremain Lots $ 90.00 Infant Lots $115.00 Columbarium Niche $500.00 All lots have a onetime perpetual care fee of $30.00 Open/Close charges vary during weekday and weekends/holidays

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Hobbs Fire Department Summer Fire Camp

575-397-9308 www.HobbsFire.com Hobbs Fire Department

The Hobbs Fire Department will have a 2018 Summer Fire Camp for kids completing the 4th and 5th grade. The camp will run June 4 - June 8, with graduation on June 8. Camp Hours: 8:30 am - 11:45 am. Participants will: • Have bunker gear races • Learn about fire behavior • Receive fun and educational training about the Fire Service

Hobbs Police Department Community Relations Team

575-397-9265 www.HobbsPolice.com Hobbs Police Department

Join the HPD this summer as they host “PACT in the PARK” events ! Once a month, the Community Relations Team and HPD staff will host a picnic at the various splash pads around the community. They will grill and invite the community to come out and enjoy the great summer evenings together, while playing games and getting to know our citizens. The PACT schedule will be posted on the HPD Facebook page, so go LIKE that page and keep up with the events hosted by the HPD Community Relations Team. 58


424 West Broadway, Hobbs, NM 88240 (575) 397-9290 Clean ● Safe ● Affordable ● Dependable Public Transportation Service - Getting You Where You Need to Go! Hobbs Express is a public transportation service operated by the City of Hobbs and available to all residents of the community. Hobbs Express operates fixed route bus service with 37 bus stops throughout the Hobbs area. Complementary paratransit/demand response bus service is also available. All vehicles are fully ADA accessible and equipped with video surveillance cameras. Schedule Hobbs Express operates from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Saturday. Three fixed routes (Red, Blue and Green) operate at 60-minute intervals throughout the day stopping at designated bus stops. The Rapid Route (Yellow) operates Monday through Friday from 10:30 am to 4:00 pm at 30-minute intervals offering flexibility and more convenience for passengers at frequently used bus stops. Fares Route fares are $1.00 per person for unlimited daily rides with multi-ride passes available. Student monthly bus passes are available for children ages 6 – 18 at a cost of $10.00 per calendar month for unlimited rides. Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by a fare-paying adult. Paratransit/Demand Response Service Complimentary Paratransit Bus Service is also available. Demand Response is curb-to-curb service available Monday through Saturday by reservation only. All rides must be scheduled one day in advance by calling (575) 397-9290. Fares are $2.00 per one-way trip with multiride and monthly passes available. Veterans Veterans ride free anytime on the bus routes and ride free on the demand response/paratransit service with a reservation in advance. Veterans must present a Veteran’s ID photo badge or valid New Mexico driver’s license with a Veteran’s designation. Thank you for your service! Maps Route Schedule and Maps are available at Hobbs Express, City Hall, and online at www.hobbsnm.org. Hobbs Express is closed on all City observed holidays. All routes are subject to change. **SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL OFFER** In celebration of the grand opening of the CORE, all rides on the Hobbs Express Bus Routes will be free during the month of June. 59


(575) 397-9301

Senior Center

200 E. Park www.hobbsnm.org

The Hobbs Senior Center is a recreational facility that offers a great variety of programs and services for people 60 years of age and older. The center was founded with the primary objective of assisting the City’s elderly citizens in adjusting to personal and social changes brought about by aging.

We offer a variety of programs, information, and outreach to our senior citizens. Bingo

Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Billiards

Monday – Friday: Free open play

8:00 – 5:00

Birthday Party

2nd Wednesday of the Month

2:00 - Finish

Computer Lab

Monday – Friday: Open

8:00 – 5:00

Dances

Friday Night: Live Band

7:00 – 9:00

Dominoes

Monday – Friday: Free open play

8:00 – 5:00

12:45 - 2:00

Exercise Class

Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Exercise Room

Monday – Friday: Open

8:00 – 5:00

Quilting

Wednesdays & Thursdays

9:00 – 12:00

10:00 – 11:00

HEALTH PROGRAMS Diabetes Classes are provided by the Nor-Lea Hospital Education Program. Hear On Earth Hearing provides hearing evaluations and ear cleaning once a month. We also have an annual health fair at the Senior Center that is geared towards senior citizens. All of these activities and events can be found in our bi-monthly newsletter.

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Senior Center TRANSPORTATION – LOCAL Rides for are provided free of charge to Senior Center members. These rides are non-assisted transportation. Rides for doctor’s appointments, beauty shop appointments, grocery store, etc., must be scheduled 24 hours in advance and are provided as schedules permit. The Senior Center shuttle operates between the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. and from 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. DAILY LUNCHROOM MEALS Meals are provided to Senior Center members daily, Monday - Friday. The meals consist of a meat, two vegetables, a salad, dessert and milk. The suggested donation for meals is $2.00. Lunch is served at approximately 12:00 p.m. HOME DELIVERED MEALS The Home Delivered Meal program is available to homebound senior citizens within a five mile radius of the Senior Center. Our goal is to provide a hot meal to senior citizens 60 years of age or older who are unable to prepare meals for themselves due to health problems or other needs. There are certain requirements needed for eligibility of home delivered meals. If you are interested in home delivered meals, please contact the office and our Nutrition Specialist will make an appointment with you to evaluate your needs and concerns. VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE AARP volunteers prepare simple tax returns for the public beginning the first week of February. Clients are taken on a first come, first serve basis. The volunteers will prepare taxes every Monday and Tuesday from 1:00- 4:00 p.m. until tax season is over. BUILDING USE The Agnes Kastner Head Community Center may be reserved for use by educational, civic, cultural, governmental, and other non-profit groups, depending on availability. It may NOT be reserved for private parties, rallies or fundraisers. You must turn in your request for a reservation at least 48 hours in advance of your event.

Hobbs Animal (575) 397-9323 710 N. Grimes www.hobbsnm.org

Adoption Center

The Hobbs Animal Adoption Center strives to provide respectful and humane treatment to the animals in our care while providing the best service to the citizens of Hobbs. We strive to provide programs for the treatment/care of animals to the city residents, so we can accomplish our goal, which is to continue the reduction of unnecessary euthanasia due to pet overpopulation issues.

Did you know? Your pet must be registered with a city license and there are multiple options for registration. Registration is $10 per year or $20 per three years for tags, or you can choose to microchip your pet for $20.00 if not altered (spay or neutered) or $10.00 if altered. The HAAC offers reduced cost spay or neuter for your pets to Hobbs residents that qualify. There are two free shot clinics throughout the year. The City of Hobbs Animal Ordinance and Fee Resolutions can be found online at www.HobbsNM.org/animal_adoption_center Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday: 8:00 am to 12:00 noon Sunday and Monday: Closed

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Hours of Operation & Contact Numbers Animal Adoption Center (575) 397-9323 • Tuesday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm • Saturday 8 am – 12 pm • Sunday and Monday Closed City Clerk’s Office (575) 397-9200 • Monday – Friday City Manager’s Office (575) 397-9200 • Monday – Friday

8 am – 5pm

8 am – 5 pm

Community Services/Code Enforcement (575) 391-8158 • Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm • On-call for all other hours Hobbs Fire Department (575) 397-9308 *Call 9-1-1 for all Emergencies* • 24/7/365 Office Hours Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm Hobbs Police Department (575) 397-9265 *Call 9-1-1 for all Emergencies* • 24/7/365 Office Hours • Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm Hobbs Public Library (575) 397-9328 • Monday – Wednesday • Thursday – Saturday • Sunday

10:00am-8:00pm 10:00am-5:00pm Closed

Human Resources Office (575) 397-9230 • Monday 8 am - 5 pm • Tuesday 10 am - 5 pm • Wednesday 8 am - 5 pm • Thursday 8 am - 5 pm • Friday 8 am - 5 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Mayor’s Office w (575) 391-7890 • Monday – Friday 8 am – 5pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Motor Vehicle Department (Hobbs location) (575) 397-9213 • Monday – Friday 8 am – 5pm, Doors close at 3 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Municipal Court (575) 397-9272 • Monday – Thursday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm • Friday 8 am – 12 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Parks and Recreation Department (575) 397-9291 • Monday – Friday 8 am – 5pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Pools • Del Norte • Heizer • Humble

(575) 392-8161 (575) 397-9316 (575) 397-9337

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(subject to change, please refer to hobbsnm.org/hobbs_express for the most recent bus routes available)

• Sunday

Closed

Rockwind Community Links Golf Course (575) 397-9297 • Tuesday Closed • Monday and Wednesday – Sunday Open 30 minutes before the first tee time Closed at sunset


Hours of Operation & Contact Numbers

Rockwind Grill Starting April 1 • Tuesday Closed • 7 am – 8:30 pm Winter • Tuesday Closed • Mon, Wed, Thurs 7 am – Sunset • Friday and Saturday 7 am – 9 pm Senior Center (575) 397-9301 • Monday – Friday 8 am – 5pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Teen Center (575) 391-9505 During the school year • Monday – Thursday • Friday • Saturday • Sunday

4 pm – 9 pm 4 pm – 11 pm 2 pm – 11 pm Closed

Summer, Spring Break, and Winter Break Hours • Monday – Thursday 2 pm - 9 pm • Friday – Saturday 2 pm - 11 pm • Sunday – Closed

Water Office (575) 397-9216 • Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed The following holidays will be observed by the City of Hobbs during Summer, 2018. All non-essential (non-public safety or emergency) offices are closed on these days. Memorial Day Independence Day 3 Labor Day

Monday, May 28 Wednesday, July 4 Monday, September

CORE (575) 393-CORE (2673) Summer Hours beginning June 4 • Monday-Friday 5:00 am - 10:00 pm • Saturday 6:00 am - 10:00 pm • Sunday 10:00am - 8:00 pm The CORE will close all aquatic areas 30 minutes prior to facility closure. All other areas will close 10 minutes prior to facility closure times. Announcments will be made to remind guests of closing times. Summer Holiday Hours: • Independence Day 7:00 am - 2:00 pm CLOSURES - the CORE reserves the right to close any and all of the facility for special programs, events, or inclement weather. Advance notice will be given when possible. Please check with the Welcome Desk, the website, and Facebook for schedule changes. Pool Hours The 2018 summer swim season at Heizer, Humble, and Del Norte pools will kick off on Saturday, May 26. Heizer, Humble and Del Norte pools are CLOSED on MONDAYS except for Monday, May 28 (Memorial Day) and Monday, September 4 (Labor Day). Del Norte 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 6 days a week Tuesday through Sunday May 26 - August 5 then weekends only through Labor Day (Monday, September 3) Humble & Heizer 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 6 days a week Tuesday through Sunday May 26 - July 31. Splash Pad Hours 10:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. 7 days/week Saturday, May 26 - Tuesday, August 14 10:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Saturday & Sunday only Saturday, August 18 - Sunday, September 30 63


Grand Opening - June 2

Fourth of July A Community Celebration Harry McAdams Park 64

4:00 - 10:00 pm

City of Hobbs - The GUIDE SUMMER 2018  

This is the inaugural issue of the City of Hobbs new publication, The GUIDE! We are pleased to present a resource guide to all of the facili...

City of Hobbs - The GUIDE SUMMER 2018  

This is the inaugural issue of the City of Hobbs new publication, The GUIDE! We are pleased to present a resource guide to all of the facili...