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The Best Days of Summer By Steven Boots, Sequim Middle School

“School’s out for summer,� and it will be out soon, as the song says. Please be extra aware and careful and safeguard our young people and others. Summer vacations can be filled with wonderful and exciting opportunities if students take the BOOTS initiative and remember that summertime freedom is a luxury. Sleeping in is great, but in life, “the early bird catches the sunrise, or the worm.� Getting an early start is the first step to having the most active and meaningful summer. Summer vacation and school days should be a combination of Harvard, West Point and Disneyland. You should fill your days with a little of each. We have wonderful libraries that provide a safe and comfortable environment to further your studies and interests, as well as providing the starting place for a great adventure by reading a book. There are videos, books on tape, newspapers, magazines, readings, lectures and other students who share the same interests. You may

make a new friend. Always carry a book with you. You never know when you may have to wait for your ride or the bus, or you find that perfect space to enjoy the moment while reading. We have art galleries and museums, which provide entertaining and educational experiences. There is music from summer concerts and impromptu musical events. The Coast Guard Flotilla and the Junior Yacht Club teach boating safety and sailing. SARC offers swimming lessons, sports and fitness programs. For those that wish to learn martial arts, we have fantastic instructors and studios. Dance lessons and theater shows are within the area. The Discovery Trail and the many different parks and beaches offer a convenient and beautiful way to discover and enjoy the great outdoors, whether it be on your bicycle, skateboard or as a walker/runner. Our trails and parks offer handicap access as well. Walking your dog or getting a job walking someone else’s is a great way to get exercise and make our canine friends very happy. Bird watching and tours are available at the Dungeness River Audubon Center, where you can take in educational programs as well as a river swim on those warm summer days; remember never to swim alone, but always with

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responsible friends. Olympic National Park, Dungeness Spit and the lighthouse, and Sequim Bay State Park provide wonderful choices for outdoor experiences. Carrie Blake Park and the BMX/Skate Park offer bicycle and skateboard enthusiasts a great facility. Our local golf course provides lessons and play. For those who like to fish, we have rivers, lakes, and salt water within a short distance. Our tourism center, schools and local newspapers can help you find schedules and offerings. Summer sports, swimming, tennis, soccer, and the many recre-

ational leagues can help fill your days. Churches offer activities, camps and services. Use your initiative and imagination and ask our businesses as well as the neighborhood to do chores. You may be pleasantly surprised how easy it is to earn money. Fill your days with meaningful activities by creating something, playing and thinking about the possibilities open to you. Visit the senior centers, share your dreams of tomorrow and learn about the past from others. Brighten a day. Remember, this summer is the real thing and not a dress rehearsal.

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Attention! If you ride your bike, ride it safely! Follow these rules:

• Always wear your helmet, make sure it is fastened securely • Wear bright clothing and use reflectors or lights on your bike • Ride in safe places. • Obey all the rules of the road, riding with the flow of the traffic and obey traffic signs and signals. • Always look both ways before crossing a street Pedestrian Friendly Zone • Use crosswalks whenever possible • Give your bike a regular tune up • Lock your bike or keep it in a safe secure location • Ride with a friend. Important: The City of Sequim skateboard and other wheeled device ordinance (Number 98-014) prohibits riding wheeled devices in pedestrian friendly zones within the city of Sequim. If violated a citation can be issued in the amount of $25.00 and the wheeled device can be taken as evidence until the case is concluded.

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Clallam County Family YMCA

302 S. Francis St. Port Angeles, WA 98362 (360) 452-9244 • www.ccfymca.org

Sports & Sports Camps

T-Ball & Coach Pitch for Boys & Girls at Erickson Field. Coaches needed! Coaches Meeting: June 18, 7 pm, at the Y. Registration ends June 12. Season: June 28-August 20 Cost: $35 member, $45 program member T-Ball Ages: 4-5* Practice: Mon & Wed until games start Games: Wednesday Coach Pitch Ages: 6-8* Practice: Tue & Thur until games start Games: Thursday *Must be of age by June 28

Cost: $135 member, $145 program member Sessions: May 17-21, 3:30-5:30 pm June 7-11, 3:30-5:30 pm June 21-25, 2-4 pm, July 12-16, 2-4 pm July 26-30, 2-4 pm, Aug 30-Sept 3, 2-4 pm Sailing for Ages 10+ (including adults). Instructor Rick Porter teaches basic sailing skills, water safety, seamanship, water rescue and teamwork. Maximum 18 students. Dates: July 5-9 Time: 10 am-2 pm Cost: $100 member, $120 program member Where: P.A. Marina, next to the Yacht Club Basketball Camp for Boys & Girls Ages 8-13 Skills, teamwork, sportsmanship and fun. Location: TBD Dates: July 12-16 or August 16-20 Time: 10-Noon Cost: $40 member, $50 program member

Peninsula College Soccer Camp – Boys & Girls 8-14, led by Peninsula College Players & Head Coach Andrew Chapman Dates: June 21-25 Time: 9-3 Where: TBD Cost: $95 member, $100 program member

Volleyball Camp for Girls in Grades K-6. PAHS Coach Christine Halberg uses an innovative instructional approach in this popular camp. Dates: July 19-22 Time: 9-Noon Cost: $40 member, $50 program member

Horse Camp for Boys & Girls Ages 8-18. Instructor Carol Johnson teaches children about safety and responsibility as they learn all about horses, from grooming to riding.

Intro to Rowing Sessions All Summer for Ages 15+ New classes begin: June 5, July 10, August 7 Cost: $25 member, $50 program member

Time: 9:30-11 am Where: Rowing house on Ediz Hook

Art Camps

Drama Camp for Boys & Girls Ages 7-15 Kelly Lovall, PAHS drama coach, teaches this action-packed camp, focusing on the process of creating theater through fun, imaginative, creative play and ensemble building. Culminates in a final performance of an original 1-act play. Performances are on July 17 and 18. Days: Mon-Thur Dates: June 28-July 16 Times: 10-1 Where: Hamilton Elementary Cost: $140 member, $160 program member Arts & Action for Boys & Girls Ages 3-5 and 6-8 45 minutes of themed creative activities plus 45 minutes of tumbling, dance and other action equals 90 minutes of nonstop fun! Sarah Seward, Mandie Hawkins and Katie Sirguy teach this fun and inspired camp. Time: 10:30-Noon Cost: $48 member, $58 program member Session1, June 21-25: “Get Buggy” Session 2, July 5-9: “Planes, Trains & Automobiles” Session 3, August 2-6: “On Safari” Session 4, August 16-20: “Outer Space” Hip Hop Dance Camp for Ages 7-12 Join dance instructor Mandie Hawkins for one or both sessions, and learn basic moves and safe

Sequim Gazette tumbling techniques used in Hip Hop. Dance to fun, upbeat, age-appropriate music. Limited enrollment–register early! Days: Monday-Friday Time: 2-3:30 pm Cost: $45 member, $55 program member Session1: June 28-July 2 Session 2: August 9-13

Camp Pahata

A traditional summer resident camp with cabins, a rustic lodge, campfires, crafts, canoeing, archery, swimming ... did we mention fun? Boys and girls ages 8 to 13 have the time of their lives. Junior Counselors ages 14 to 18 enjoy camp activities and camaraderie while providing leadership. Registration ends July 3 for this camp! Ages 8-13: July 18-23 Cost: $200 member, $220 program member Ages 14-18 (JC): July 17-24 Cost: $85 member, $95 prog mem Jr. Counselor Mandatory Meeting: July 9, 12-4 pm, at the Y.

Camp Sutherland

Swim, tube and play in the warm waters of Lake Sutherland by day and enjoy campfires by night. Two August sessions, announced on May 1. Registration ends July 25 for this camp! Volunteer boat drivers needed! We pay for gas and provide lunch and laughter. Ages: 10-16 Cost: $120 member, $130 program member

Swim Lesson Schedule

Mon. and Wed. between 4-6:15 pm for 30 minutes. Schedule subject to change. www.sarcfitness.com 610 N 5th Ave, Sequim, WA 98382 (360) 683-6699

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Port Angeles Parks & Recreation www.cityofpa.us/parksrecreation.htm

PEPSI Pitch, Hit & Run

FREE program for kids ages 7-14. Competitors with the top score in each age group advance to the state competition. Boys and girls compete together in four different age groups: 7/8, 9/10, 11/12 and 13/14. Age is determined by the deadline date of July 17, 2010. Registration will be on site. Fees: FREE Date: April 25, 2010 Time: 1pm Location: Volunteer Field

Olympic Bike Adventure

This fully-supported ride travels along the Olympic Discovery Trail to John Wayne Marina and back, with a stop at the Boys & Girls Club in Sequim for a wonderful lunch. There are 10, 25 and 50 mile rides available. Please call 417-4557 for more information. Register online at www. olympicbikeadventure.com. Date: September 26, 2010

Youth Basketball Tournaments

USA Team Tennis

These tournaments bring in teams from all around Washington State, Oregon and British Columbia. Each team plays four games; two on Saturday and two on Sunday. Contact Dan Estes at 417-4557 for more information. Captain T’s Spring Hoopfest March 6-7 • 5th-varsity boys/girls April Fool’s Extravaganza March 27-28 • 5th-varsity boys/girls MayDay Roundball May 1-2 • 5th-varsity boys/girls

Tennis Camp

4-day camp for youth ages 8 to 18. Players of all experience levels learn correct stroke technique, strategy and rules from trained instructors. Children will be grouped according to age and ability. A limited number of racquets are available for children without their own. Minimum: 6 Maximum: 24. Fees: $60 city residents, $85 non-residents Date: June 29 - July 2 Time: 1:45-3 pm 8-12 year olds 3-4:15 pm 13-18 year olds Location: Erickson Park

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3-week session for youths aged 8 to 18 to learn to play tennis and compete in a team environment. Children will be grouped according to age and ability. A limited number of racquets are available for those without their own. Minimum: 6 Maximum: 24. Fees: $75 city residents, $110 non-residents Date: Tuesdays & Thursdays, July 6-July 22 (rain days: July 27, 29) Time: 1:45-3 pm 8-12 year olds 3-4:15 pm 13-18 year olds Location: Erickson Park

Session 1: June 21-July 2 Session 2: July 6-July 16 Session 3: July 19-July 30 Session 4: August 2-August 13 Session 5: August 16-August 27 Fee: $155 per session Time: 7:45 am-5:30 pm Ages: 5-12 year olds Location: Vern Burton Gym $40 non-refundable deposit at time of sign up. Total amount due one week before camp begins.

Adventure Camp

All skill levels welcomed. Learn basic skills of cheerleading including coordination, teamwork and responsibility. Build self-confidence and social skills. Cheer at actual youth football games and in front of crowds. Sign up today and gain lasting friendships and have fun, too! Fee: $38 per child Time: times vary depending on age Ages: 6-14 years old Date: June-October Location: Vern Burton Gym Copy of child’s birth certificate required at registration

Sign up now for a week of hiking, swimming, camping and more. Fees: $145 city resident, $155 non-resident Time: Itinerary to be sent out to participants Ages: 8-12 years old Date: July 26-30 Location: Drop off/Pick up at Vern Burton Gym

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Fun summer of games, arts & crafts, field trips. If you’re looking for a camp with tons of fun and activity all day, look no further!

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SUNLAND GOLF CLUB

Junior Golf Camps

SUMMER NATURE ATURE TURE CAMP Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park

XIB FLE LE Camp #1 July 6-9 11 am - 1 pm Camp #2 Aug. 16-19 • 11 am - 1 pm Cost: $65 each ch ch Sunland now has junior golf memberships for ages 10-18 Please call 360-683-6800 800 Ext Ext. 13 for more information information.

For children aged 8 to 11

July 12-15 • Aug. 2-5 • Aug. 23-26 For more information, go to

www.dungenessrivercenter.org or call 360-681-4076

Our kids smile brighter!

CLASSES & SCHEDULES! Fun & Fit Gymnastics Camps Gymnastics & Dance Camps Gymnastics Classes Birthday Parties T&T Classes Field Trips

Summer Schedule NOW AVAILABLE! June 21-August 26 (360) 457-5187

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Summer is a great time to eliminate any dental surprises for the coming year. An examination could assure you no treatment is needed, or determine if any treatment would prevent future problems.

Richard E. Davies, DDS, PS General & cosmetic dentistry 321 N. Sequim Ave. Ste. #C, Sequim

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Local Festivals & Events

Clallam County Fair OF THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA

Carroll C. Kendall Unit

Mount Angeles Unit

360-683-8095 400 West Fir St. Sequim, WA 98382-4167 E-mail: seqbgclb@olypen.com

360-417-2831 2620 South Francis St. Port Angeles, WA 98362 www.positiveplaceforkids.net

Summer Camp

June 21-August 31 8 a.m.-Noon Cost: $15 per day. Drop in from Noon-6 pm (no charge with paid membership) Snacks and lunch are served. Events include: Two-week tennis camp, field trips, arts & crafts, dramatic & performing arts, Healthy Habits and many more activities!

Camps run each week of the summer starting: Monday, June 21 Swimming, pool tournaments, Lake Crescent, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, movies, hiking, picnics, challenge course, Hollywood Beach, arts & crafts, and much more!! Cost: $70 per week* Camp hours: 8 am-Noon, Club hours: Noon-6 pm **Some field trips may include cost for entry fees or tickets.

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Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts

May 29-31, 10 am-10 pm Vern Burton Memorial Community Center www.jffa.org

Jefferson County Fair

August 13-15, 10 am 360-385-1013 www.jeffcofairgrounds.com

360-417-4595 225 E. Fifth St., Port Angeles www.williamshorepool.org

Annual Maintenance Closure

will begin June 1 and may last as long as one month. Annual maintenance is done to ensure pool cleanliness and maintain equipment. Open: Mon-Fri 5:30 am-8:30 pm Sat. 7:30 am-4 pm (rental available 4pm-8pm) Sun. 10 am-4 pm (rental available 4pm-8pm)

Single Admission

Youth (2-18): $3 Disabled and Seniors (60 and older): $3 Adult: $4.50 Family (up to 6): $10 Aquatic Exercise Class: $5

Vacation Bible School!

Vacation Bible School Faith Lutheran Church

August 19-22 Phone: 360-417-2551 E-mail: fairgrounds@clallam.wa.us www.clallam.net/CountyFair

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