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2020 MITCHELL

PARKS & RECREATION

PARKS MAKE LIFE BETTER!

ONLINE REGISTRATION BEGINS: MONDAY, APRIL 6TH WALK-IN REGISTRATION BEGINS: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8TH MORE DETAILS ON PAGE 3


GENERAL INFORMA INFORMATION

Program Fees:

*Fees are listed on each program description and are to be paid at the time of registration.

Refunds: *A service fee

may apply for refund requests.

Payment Types: *Cash, Check, Debit or Credit Card

Scholarships Available:

to * If the fees are too high to fit your budget, talk l and Henke Jamie or augh, Cavan Todd es, Kevin DeVri n. ipatio partic s child’ arrangements will be made for your nt. discou a for y qualif Card aid Medic a Families with Center—you can ** All scholarships MUST be set up at the Rec to show your in stop then , home at set up your account scholarship 50% a for up you set will we and Card aid Medic ic Center Aquat to apply also s for programs. Scholarship memberships, but are not at the 50% level. come in and * If you set up a scholarship last year you must set up another one for this year.

Special Needs

Programs and facilities of the Parks, Recr eation and Forestry department are available to all persons interested in making use of them . Special needs which require adaptatio ns will be reviewed upon request.

K.O.R.N. RADIO “LET’S TALK!” SHOW The Talk of the Town!!

, Each Thursday at 8:30 am on KORN Radio and am, 8:10 at KMIT on day Tues other every am every other Wednesday on Q107 at 9:40 tune in to the “Let’s Talk” Show with Parks for & Recreation. Be “in the know” — listen ls. detai and tes upda ram prog

Transportation a Problem?

Palace Transit Can Help! Buses are available for transportation to and from the Parks & Recreation prog rams. Price is $2.00 for a one-way Monday thru Friday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm and $3.00 one-way evenings and weekends. All rides must be sche duled by 4:00 pm the day before (Monday rides must be scheduled by Friday at 4:00 pm). Curb -to-curb

service and wheelchair accessible. To make arrangements, call 995-8440.

Weather Polificy weather conditions

Outdoor programs will be cancelled Such create a potential hazard for participants. itions, cond field wet rain, y heav e conditions includ heat combined tornado warnings, lightning, or excessive , KMIT, or with high humidity. Listen to KORN, Q107 check our s, ment unce anno for ns statio Thomas radio 740! website, or call cancellation hotline at 990-6

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E-Mail Us!

Get in touch day or night! E-mail is efficient and effective! Nathan Powell - npowell@cityofmitchell.org Angel DeWaard - adewaard@cityofmitchell.org Jamie Henkel - jhenkel@cityofmitchell.org Kevin DeVries - kdevries@cityofmitchell.org Todd Cavanaugh - tcavanaugh@cityofmitchell.org Chris Cranny - ccranny@cityofmitchell.org Thomas Gulledge - tgulledge@cityofmitchell.org Steve Roth - sroth@cityofmitchell.org

Facilities & Phone Numbers Parks and Recreation Offices 1300 North Main - 995-8450 Recreation Center 1300 North Main - 995-8450 Lake Mitchell Campground 2601 North Main Lake Mitchell - 995-8457 Cadwell Sports Complex North Minnesota Street - 999-2908 Park Maintenance Shop 421 South Foster - 995-8454 Mitchell Aquatic Center Hitchcock Park - 1201 East Hanson - 995-8458

Board of Parks & Recreation

A Department of the City of Mitchell Mayor Bob Everson The Board of Parks, Recreation, and Forestry is appointed by the Mayor. The Board meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 4:00 pm at the City Council Chambers. Members of the Board are: Brian Johnson, Chris Retterath, Mary Ellen Jepsen, Dennis Marek, Andy Jerke, Pat Skinner. The public is encouraged to attend!

Department Staff Administration

Nathan Powell • Director of Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Angel DeWaard • Department Secretary

Recreation Programming & Aquatics

Kevin DeVries • Recreation Supervisor Jamie Henkel • Recreation Coordinator Todd Cavanaugh • Recreation Coordinator Chris Cranny • Secretary Thomas Gulledge • Fitness Coordinator Adam Fosness • Personal Trainer Joe Haiar • Maintenance Technician

Parks, Forestry & Facilities

Steve Roth • Parks Supervisor Brad Gates • Forestry Foreman Jeremy Nielsen • Sports Complex Foreman Alex Young, Shane Taylor, Tyler Vetch, Roger Prewett II • Staff Brian Anderson, Cody Pohlen • Staff

Department Mission: The mission of the Mitchell Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department is to build community through the development of parks, recreational programs, facilities and services which bring meaning, purpose, and pleasure to people’s lives.


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Registration Information

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Softball & Baseball Activities

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Tennis Activities

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Track & Field Activities

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Youth Theater & Other Activities

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Arts & Crafts

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Discovery Day Trips & Skate Park

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Outdoor Aquatic Center

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Indoor & Outdoor Swimming Lessons

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Mitchell Recreation Center

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Mitchell Summer Activities

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Lake Mitchell Campground

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Park Activities & Shelter Rentals

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Sport Camps & Disc Golf Tournament

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Other Summer Activities

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Outdoor Golf Activities

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Mitchell Recreation Locations

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CONTENT PROVIDED BY MITCHELL PARK & RECREATION LAYOUT DESIGN JEN PHILLIPS/DAILY REPUBLIC

ONLINE REGISTRATION begins on MONDAY

April 6th 6:00 am

Start an adventure with a click!

TABLE OF CONTENTS & REGISTRATION

General Information

REMINDER: If you already have a Rec Center Membership you DO NOT need to set up a new account. Log on to https:// secure.rec1.com/SD/mitchell-sd/catalog, put your email in as your username and click on “Forgot password”. A temporary password will be email to you. Use that to log all the way into the system then update your information.

NEW MEMBERS REGISTER IN 5 EASY STEPS:

1. Log on to https://secure.rec1.com/SD/ mitchell-sd/catalog 2 Click on Login/Create New Account 3. Select account setup preferences 4. Build, customize and add all family members to you account 5. Register for your summer Park & Recreation programs

QUESTIONS? PLEASE CONTACT 605-995-8450

WALK-IN REGISTRATION begins on WEDNESDAY

April 8th 8:00 am

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SOFTBALL AND BASEBALL ACTIVITIES

Deadline to register is May 20. (Excluding National League Baseball)

Schedules will be emailed out on May 22 or can be downloaded from cityofmitchell.org. (Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

GIRLS’ SOFTBALL MINORS SOFTBALL

June 2 - July 16 Grades: Completed Kindergarten through 1st grade Location: Cadwell Diamond A & C at Cadwell Park Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00 - 11:00 am Activity #1105.101.20

Skills, drills, and scrimmages will make this 7 weeks a fun Intro to softball. The program is for girls who have completed Kindergarten through 1st grade. Each group will meet for approximately 1 hour. Bring a softball glove.

Fee: $35

MAJORS SOFTBALL

June 1 - July 17 Grades: Completed 2nd and 3rd Location: Cadwell Diamond A at Cadwell Park Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Activity #1106.101.20

Softball skills development and league play for girls who have completed 2nd and 3rd grade. Each group will meet 3 times per week for 1 - 1 1/2 hours. Uniform shirts are provided. Bring a softball glove.

Fee: $42

MASTERS SOFTBALL

June 1 - July 17 Grades: Completed 4th - 5th - 6th Location: Cadwell Diamond C at Cadwell Park Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 9:00 am - Noon Activity #1107.101.20

Softball skills development and league play for girls who have completed 4th, 5th, and 6th grade. Each group will meet 3 times per week for 1 - 1 1/2 hours. Uniform shirts are provided. Bring a softball glove.

Fee: $42

BOYS’ BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE BASEBALL

April 29 - July 10 Grades: Completed 5th or 6th Location: Cadwell Diamond A, B & C at Cadwell Park Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings Activity #1104.101.20

For boys who have completed 5th & 6th grade. Registration deadline is April 28. Volunteer coaches meeting April 23 at 6:00 pm at the Rec Center. Volunteer dads will be needed to coach. Schedules will be emailed out on April 28.

Fee: $65

ROOKIES BASEBALL

June 2 - July 16 Grades: Completed Kindergarten Location: Cadwell Diamond A & C at Cadwell Park and Monroe Park Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Activity #1101.101.20

For boys who have completed kindergarten. Teams will meet 45 minutes each night. Volunteer coaches guide teams through the 7-week season. Coaches meeting Thursday, May 28 at 6:00 pm at the Rec Center. Park & Rec will split boys onto teams. Players will need their own glove. Uniform shirts will be provided.

Fee: $35

JUNIORS BASEBALL

June 1 - July 16 Grades: Completed 1st or 2nd Location: Cadwell Diamond D & E at Cadwell Park 3-4 Days Per Week - days vary 9:00 am - Noon Activity #1102.101.20

For boys who have completed 1st & 2nd grade. Legion players will coach teams. We will be asking for 1 volunteer parent per team to help. Teams will meet 3 days a week between 9:00 am - noon for 1 to 1.5 hours per day. Players will need their own glove. Uniform shirts will be provided.

Fee: $42

AMERICAN LEAGUE BASEBALL

June 1 - July 16 Grades: Completed 3rd or 4th Location: Cadwell Diamond F & G at Cadwell Park 3-4 Days Per Week - days vary 9am - Noon Activity #1103.101.20

For boys who have completed 3rd & 4th grade. Legion players will coach teams. We will be asking for 1 volunteer parent per team to help. Teams will meet 3 days a week between 9:00 am - Noon for 1 to 1.5 hours per day. Players will need their own glove. Uniform shirts will be provided.

Fee: $42

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TENNIS ACTIVITIES

YOUTH TENNIS LESSONS Healthy outdoor sports are great for fitness and fun. Discover tennis as a sport you can play with just one person, or with many! All equipment is provided. Location: Hitchcock Park Tennis Courts Fee for tennis lessons: $35

Session 1: June 1 - June 25 Session 2: July 6 - July 30 Session 1

Session 2

MONDAY& WEDNESDAY

#1161.101.20 #1162.101.20 #1163.101.20 #1164.101.20

#1161.102.20 #1162.102.20 #1163.102.20 #1164.102.20

9:00 9:30 10:15 11:00

Session 1

Session 2

TUESDAY & THURSDAY

#1165.101.20 #1166.101.20 #1167.101.20 #1168.101.20

#1165.102.20 #1166.102.20 #1167.102.20 #1168.102.20

9:00 9:45 10:30 11:15

5 & 6 year olds 7 & 8 year olds 9 & 10 year olds 11 & 12 year olds

11 & 12 year olds 9 & 10 year olds 7 & 8 year olds 5 & 6 year olds

Session 1 participants should register at age appropriate level. Session 2 students who possess the necessary skills may register for age group older if they desire a more competitive experience.

BOYS ADVANCED JUNIOR TENNIS LEAGUE

Completed grades 5-9 • Mondays (3:30 pm-5:30 pm), Begins June 1 • Fee: $50 Contact Chad Larson at 999-4094

D SLAM TENNIS LEAGUE GIRLS GRAN grades 5-9, Wednesdays (4-6 pm) Completed

June 3 - July 22 Fee: $50 • Activity #1173.101.20

Test your tennis skills against others at your level in singles & doubles matches. Fun for a lifetime. Contact the Park & Rec to register at 995-8450

(Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

THURSDAY OPEN COURT NIGHT

Every Thursday night, starting May 28 (7-11 pm) ROOT BEER FLOAT SOCIAL: Register for leagues and enjoy the first open court night at 6:30 pm on May 28.

BECKY MOORE STATE FARM JUNIOR TENNIS JAMBOREE Saturday, May 23

www.mitchelltennisassociation.myfree

sites.net

MITCHELL TENNIS CLASSIC - JUNIOR S June 26-28 • Hitchcock Park Tennis Cour Call Pat Moller at 770-7474 for more inform ts ation.

TAKE THE CAKE DOUBLES TENNIS TOURNEY Saturday, Aug. 1 (RAIN DATE: Aug. 2)

MITCHELL TENNIS ASSOCIATION SUMMER TENNIS LEAGUES MEN’S TENNIS LEAGUE

Monday evenings, begins June 1 4094 Fee: $50 Contact Chad Larson at 999-

GUE WOMEN’S TENNIS LEA ns June 2

Tuesday evenings, begi Fee: $50 Contact Pat Moller at 770-7474

JUNIOR TENNIS PLAY DAY LEAGUE Friday mornings (9-10 am) • June 5 July 24 Location: Hitchcock Park Tennis Cour ts Fee: $20 • Activity #1172.101.20 Boys & girls grades 3-6. Park & Rec instru ctors will coach the juniors together, then split into teams for some real action! This is a league to actually play the w— some prior tennis lessons are requi game red.

MITCHELL TENNIS ASSOCIATION WEBSITE mitchelltennisassociation.myfreesites.net


TRACK AND FIELD ACTIVITIES

, GAMES GAMES, GAMES 101.20 Activity #6108. 26 id Fr ays, June 5 - June – 13 8 : es Ag 1:00 - 2:00 pm d the afternoons

!! Spen LET THE GAMES BEGIN r Golf, h as Bean Bags, Ladde suc s me ga or tdo ou g lf. playin Go c Dis d an wling Horse Shoes, Lawn Bo mind and body while both Games will be active for having fun. From set-up to and enjoying time outdoors games they love while others joy tear-down, some will en ething new and exciting. may experience som at Munroe Park. Games will take place

Fee: $25

TRACK & FIELD June 1 - June 25

Final Meet: Thursday, June 25 Location: DWU Indoor Fieldhous

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Activity #1108.101.20 — Beginners: 8:30-9:30am Monday, Tuesday & Thursday. Completed grades 2-5 students will be introduced to all aspects of track including sprints, distance, relay and field events. Activity #1108.102.20 — Advanced: 9:30-10:30am Monday, Tuesday & Thursday. Completed grades 6-11 students will be introduced to more technical deta ils of track events. Great for Middle & High School athletes. DWU Track & Field Coach Zachary Lurz and his staff will prov ide instruction. Program will conclude with a track meet at the indoor track.

Completed grades: 2-11 • Fee: $40

+ T-shirt

INTRO TO “RACQUET” SPORTS Fridays, July 10-31 Mitchell Rec Center Activity #6108.102.20

ose participants An introductory class that will exp ch will include: whi rts, to a variety of “Racquet” Spo & Pickleball. Ball t que Ping Pong, Badminton, Rac lifetime. a for ed play All are fun and can be

Location: Rec Center Thursday, July 16 Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Ages: 11-14 • Fee: $35

BIKES & PARKS – S BEGINNER 11.20

Activity #6108. :00 pm Wednesdays, June 3-24 • 1:00-2 Ages: 7 – 10

City Pedalers Join Joan and others from Palace , bikes and parks. love kids gs thin two as they incorporate n on biking safely on Participants will receive instructio to various city parks ion duct intro an as well as ets stre city the opportunity in Mitchell. Bikers will also have t. of Public Safety. Dep the with s bike r to register thei rnoons in June. afte ay nesd Wed run The program will bike and provide a ride to able Participants will need to be their own bike and helmet.

Fee: $25

RIDE THE TRAILS – ADVANCED

Activity #6108.12.20 Wednesdays, July 8-29 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Ages: 11 – 14 Under the gu

idance of Joan Pedalers, riders will be intr Lubben from Palace City of Mitchell as well as Lak oduced to the bike trails e Mit reinforce biking safety wh chell. This program will ile exploring multiple bik paths and trails in the Mit e chell bike path system. Th program will run on Wedn e esday afternoons in July. Participants will meet at and riders will need to provid return to Kiwanis Park. All e their own bike and he lmet.

Fee: $25

(Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

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Fellowship and Sunday School between services

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Saturday Evening Service Beginning in September!


Boys and girls ages 5 through 7 enjoy the outdoors as they explore the park, participate in healthy activities and games, and create cool art projects. This program teaches values such as respect for nature, celebrates each individual’s unique creativity, and builds character through group activities. Each 4-week session has totally different activities, so you can sign up for as many as you wish!

Session I: June 1-25 #6101.101 Mondays & Wednesdays 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm #6102.101 Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:00 am – Noon Session II: July 6-30 #6101.102 Mondays & Wednesdays 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm #6102.102 Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:00 am – Noon Ages: 5 - 7 Location: Patton Young Park Shelter

Fee: $35

FABULOUS FOURS (Age 4 by the first day of

Fee: $35

the session)

k! and adventure in the par Four year-olds find fun friends new g kin ma and e, tim ry Games, art projects, sto memory! Each day we make this a very special ervised playtime at sup of s ute min 10 end with s favorite place to ne’ ryo eve d, the park playgroun erent activities diff has n be! Each 4-week sessio re than one! mo for r iste reg can so you

THEATER PROGRAMS

Area Youth Theater Company

Sponsored by the Area Community Theater and Mitchell Parks & Recreation Department. Boys & girls who have completed 3rd through 7th grades will put together a play for the community’s entertainment! We will study the basics of casting, building sets, stage make-up, voice projection, hitting your mark and costuming.

YOUTH THEATER AND OTHER ACTIVITIES

DAKOTA KIDS

May 26 - June 26 Mon-Fri 9:30 am – Noon Production Dates – Friday, June 26, 7:30 pm and Saturday, June 27, 7:30 pm All rehearsals and productions held at the ACT Pepsi Cola Theater

Fee: $40

(Includes production T-shirt) #5121.102.20 (Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

Session I: June 1-25 dnesdays #6103.101 Mondays & We 10:00 am - Noon Session II: July 6-30 dnesdays #6103.102 Mondays & We on 10:00 am - No tton Young Park Shelter Pa n: tio ca Lo Mitchell • Huron

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ARTS AND CRAFTS

GROWING ERS GARDEN K-3 Grades Activity #5150.104.20

June 10, 17 & 24 9:30 - 11:30 am

Instructors: Beverly Heidelberge & Mitchell Garden Club Minimum 5 to Maximum 18 kids can have fun with a variety of hands-on horticulture activities at Hitchcock Park Indoor Shelter.

ANIMAL ART AT THE ZOO Ages 8-12 • Acti vity #5104.101.20

June 11 • All Day

Instructor: April Geist Minimum 12 to Maximum 18 kids will jump on the bus, head for the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls for a day of photography and drawing! Bring any type of camera (check battery, bring an empty chip). Art supplies will be included. Bring a bag lunch and drinks. Bus leaves from the Rec Center at 9:00 am, returns by 2:30 pm.

Fee: $40

Fee: $30

(Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

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SKIMMING THE SEA Monday #5100.114.20

June 15 9:00-11:00 am

Thursday #5100.115.20

June 18 9:00-11:00 am

Instructor: April Geist Location: Monroe Park

Painting Class where students will experience creating blends and values with acrylic paint. They will paint a nautical picture of sea with a sailboat or dolphin on canvas.

Fee: $30


Activity #6106.103

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Thursday, July 23 Ages: 9-14 Jo

Activ

Thursday, June 18 Ages: 9-14

in us on a trip to the Capital City of Pie rre. We will visit La Framb oise Island which was historically documented by Lewis & Clark. Following lun we will visit the Cu ch ltural Heritage Center for a guided tour giving us a gli mpse of South Dakota’s past. Pa ck a lunch and prepare to enjoy the day.

! Come along Off to college we go ent fer dif o tw e tak as we ta tours of South Dako the State University. In e morning we will tak a guided tour of the campus, including the . facility famous Ice Cream will Following lunch we es iliti tour the athletic fac na including Frost Are m. and Dykhouse Stadiuss Pack a lunch and dre g. comfortably for walkin

Fee: $30

Fee: $30

Min 12 to Max 18

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Min 12 to Max 18 kid

kids

(Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

Two fantastic day trips that are sure to inspire and intrigue. Transportation is safe and comfortable in the Palace City Transit bus. Meet at the Rec Center at 8:00 am on the day of the trip and we will return to the Rec Center around 4:00 pm.

DISCOVERY DAY TRIPS AND SKATEPARK

PIERRE DAY TRIP

BROOKINGS/ SDSU T.10R2.2IP DAityY#6106 0

BRING A LUNCH!

would like to recognize the following businesses, associations and individuals for their generous donations of $1,000 or more towards the skatepark expansion.

Community Champion

Platinum

(Donations of $10,000 or more)

(Donations of $5,000 or more)

THE TUPPER FAMILY

WALMART Gold

(Donations of $2,500 or more)

PALACE CITY PEDALERS Silver

(Donations of $1,000 or more)

If you would like to make a donation towards the Mitchell Skatepark Expansion, please contact the Parks and Recreation Office at 605-995-8450 or visit the fundraising website at gofundme.com/mitchell-skate-park-expansion.

DR. PHIL AND SHERRI BECKER RON’S BIKE SHOP CODY & KOURTNEY DENNE FAMILY

Family-Centered Care for everyday Health and Wellness

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996-7526 Appointments

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OUTDOOR AQUATIC CENTER

OPENING DAY FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2020 Closing day is Sunday, August 16 at 5pm

2020 Season

DAILY HOURS OF OPERATION

Individual Season Pass $70 Family Season Pass $140

1201 East Hanson in Hitchcock Park

$15 for each additional member after 6

1:00 pm - 8:00 pm 995-8458

Ticket Prices for a family up to 6

Caregiver Pass (with Family) $35

During bad weather, everyone is encouraged use the Indoor Aquatic Center at the Rec. Center.

*Family is defined as married couple and all children under the age of 22 and/or claimed as a dependent on their taxes. *Scholarships available for those who present EBT or Medicaid card.

*Adult lap swim 5:00 - 5:30 daily

Daily Fees:

Purchase your family season pass between May 4-10 and receive a 10% discount!

dual passes)

(Does not apply to scholarships or indivi

(Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

Under age 2 Free Ages 3 & up $5.00 Family of 4 $17.00

(Each additional member $2.00) *New Daily Coupon Books: 10 passes for $40.00 (Must be sold in groups of 10)

Season tickets available at the Park & Rec office! Also available at the Aquatic Center during open hours. CALL FOR GROUP RATES & BIRTHDAY PARTY INFORMATION!

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,6&7 & July 17, 18 & 1 9 at the Ou tdoor A

quatic Center 50 meter sec tion will be re served for swim mee t Friday night, all day Saturday & S unday aftern oon zero depth a rea and slide s will be open to the p ublic!!

Buy Any Extra Most Bestest Pizza a receive a

AQUATIC CENTER SPECIAL EVENT Middle School Night ! Moonligholt toSyopurlasesh lf! Have the po into 6th For boys and girls going through 8th grades!

Friday, August 8

8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

just for you, along We’ll have special music and ice cream with refreshments, pizza contests will be treats! Some games and t a great night available, but mostly it’s jus fore school to see everybody again be your friends!! starts and hang out with t be honored on Membership cards will no $7.00. this night. ADMISSION IS

FREE CRAZY BREAD ($3.50 value) limit to one per order, must redeem at time of purchase

OUTDOOR AQUATIC CENTER

MITCHELL AQUATIC CLUB SWIM MEET June 5

1007 N Main St

292-3003


INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SWIMMING LESSIONS

RED CROSS SWIM LESSON COURSES

Parent & Child Aquatics – Starfish

Preschool Aquatics Fives – Dolphins

Level 3 Swim – Stroke Development

The purpose of Parent and Child Aquatics is to teach safe behaviors around the water and develop swimming readiness by leading parents and their children in water exploration activities with the objective of having fun and becoming comfortable in, on and around water.

Preschool Aquatics aims to promote the developmentally appropriate learning of fundamental water safety and aquatic skills to young children in a logical progression.

Builds on earlier skills an introduces the crawl strokes, backstroke, treading water and basic diving form.

Fee: $30 Ages 2 or 3

Parent & Child Aquatics – Tadpoles Fee: $30 Ages 3 or 4

The purpose of Parent and Child Aquatics is to teach safe behaviors around the water and develop swimming readiness by leading parents and their children in water exploration activities with the objective of having fun and becoming comfortable in, on and around water.

Preschool Aquatics Fours – Clownfish

Fee: $40

Level 1 Swim – Into to Water Exploration Fee: $40

The Red Cross recommends age 6 as a starting age for this class, as well as 5-yearolds who have previously taken preschool aquatics without a parent in the water with them. Elementary swim skills are introduced.

Level 2 Swim – Fundamental Aquatic Skills Fee: $40

The beginning of true locomotive skills in the water such as floating, kicks and arm motions.

Fee: $40

Preschool Aquatics aims to promote the developmentally appropriate learning of fundamental water safety and aquatic skills to young children in a logical progression.

Fee: $40

Level 4 Swim – Stroke Improvement Fee $40

Deep water skills and strength development through distance swimming.

Level 5 Swim – Stroke Refinement Fee: $40

Requires strength and endurance as 50 meter swims are introduced in the crawl strokes, and 25 meter swims will be required in the breaststroke, sidestroke and backstroke.

Level 6 Swim – Personal Water Safety Fee: $40

“Level 6 – Fitness Swimmer” working on distance swimming and endurance.

(Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR ALL SWIM LESSONS: All classes are taught by Red Cross Certified

Instructors. Please wear swim-wear to class. Bring a towel. Parents are welcome to attend, but must sit in the spectator area to allow children to learn independently with their instructors.

Session I: June 1 - June 18

Outdoor Morning Lessons

Indoor Night Lessons

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Outdoor Morning Lessons

Indoor Night Lessons

INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SWIMMING LESSIONS

Session II: June 22 - July 9

Session III: July 13 - July 30

Outdoor Morning Lessons

Indoor Night Lessons

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MITCHELL RECREATION CENTER

JOIN TODAY! Members must be 18 years and older to have total access

to adult fitness center. Youth ages 14-17 will be allowed limited time in the weight room. Programs are available at an additional cost.

AUTO CHECKING RATES

MULTI-PURPOSE M ROO ter has been working

FAMILY....................................................................$65 COUPLES ...............................................................$55 ADULT .....................................................................$40 SENIOR COUPLES ...............................................$42 SENIORS ..................................................................$31

YOUTH .............................................................$27

The Mitchell Rec Cen for our to develop more usable space MPR The members, and we finally have it! iety var e hug is a bright, open area full of a 19 ses hou m roo of fitness equipment! This from g gin ran ent pieces of cardio equipm dmills spin bikes to Nu-steps, from trea and es bik t ben um rec to ellipticals with as well! water-rowing machines available to the er We have just added a stair-mast ile room sat ver st mo the te ple room to com balls, ine in the area! Kettle-bells, medic core s iou var dumbbells, a smith machine, h ngt stre t oun equipment and a full param and by p Sto ll! circuit is available as we plete take a look at the most com ll! che workout facility in Mit

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP RATES*

FAMILY .............................................................. $636 COUPLES ..........................................................$529 ADULT ............................................................... $423 STUDENT .......................................................... $276 SENIOR COUPLES ....................$396 (60 yrs old) SENIOR .........................................$318 (60 yrs old) *Monthly auto pay on annual memberships (Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

SUMMER HOURS: May 26 – September 8, 2020

Monday through Thursday 6:00 am - 9:00 pm Friday ...................................... 6:00 am - 8:00 pm Saturday................................. 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday ...................................................... CLOSED THE RECREATION CENTER WILL BE CLOSED ON Memorial Day — Monday, May 25 4th of July — Saturday, July 4 Labor Day — Monday, September 7

24/7 access is available with adult annual and auto checking membership. $10 Fob fee.

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*Based on written premium as reported by SNL Financial 2014.


this summer! Adam Fosness and Thomas Gulled ge hold multiple certifications to hel p athletes reach their goals. Each athlete will be trai based on their individual needs and ned will be pre- and post-tested to show progress. Train up to 5 times a week for onl y $80 a month! Come back home to where it all began! Rates: $80 for a member per mo nth $100 for a non-member per month

Check with you health insurance h wit for wellness benefits. We work h wit p NIHCA & Tivity Health to hel s. hip costs of members

PERSONAL TRAINING

The Mitchell Rec Center offers Pers onal and small-group training from two Certified Persona l Trainers. Adam Fosness and Thomas Gulledge will guide you in your journey to lose weight, get in sha pe, build muscle or whatever your fitness goals are. Call the Rec at 995-8450 to schedule a consultation with eith er one of our fitness professionals! Reach your goals at the Rec!

All Group Fitness Classes are now

included memberships

Aquacise - Pool

sday & Friday

7:45 am - 8:45 am Monday, Wedne

MITCHELL RECREATION CENTER

ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT Become a better athlete

GROUP X CLASSES Backbuilders - Poolsday & Friday

8:45 am - 9:45 pm Monday, Wedne

Purpose Room Sanford Shock - Mu5lti pm Monday-Friday 5:45 am 12:00 & 12:4

RE-CONDITIONING PROGRAM

with Thomas Gulledge, BA, CS

CS The Mitchell Rec Center now prov ides a re-conditioning program to all of our members as part of our wellness program. Whether you are coming off phys ical and pains that are keeping you from therapy or just have aches exercising, this program is for you! Thomas will work one on one care providers to build the next step with you and your health in your continuum of care. We have the equipment and expe rtise shape! Call to set up your FREE consto help you get back into Thomas is our Fitness Coordinator ult with Thomas today! at the Rec Center. He is a Certified Strength and Conditio ning Specialist along with holding multiple specialty certificat members can sign up for a free cons ions as well. All of our goals, develop appropriate fitness ult with Thomas to assess routines, learn proper form and technique and go through a one of a kind fitness and movement assessment to figure out how to stretch and recover properly. Schedule a time with him today!

Rates: Single with Adam or Thomas: 10- 1 hour sessions for $200 Group (2+) with Adam or Thoma s: 10- 1 hour sessions for $145 each (must train together) Single with Adam or Thomas: 10- ½ hour sessions for $145

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MITCHELL RECREATION CENTER

“FUN PASS” CITY OF MITCHELL

Check out the great options for you and your family. Stop into the Recreation Center to get signed up.

CHOOSE FROM THESE PACKAGES • REC PACKAGE •

Includes Pool, Rink, Golf (no cart) & Bowling Single — $544 + tax annual / $50 a month Couples — $748 + tax annual / $68 a month Family — $890 + tax annual / $81 a month

• EXECUTIVE PACKAGE •

Includes Rec Center Membership, Golf (no cart) & Bowling. Single — $793 + tax annual / $72 a month Couples — $962 + tax annual / $87 a month Family — $1145 + tax annual / $103 a month

• EXECUTIVE PREMIUM PACKAGE •

Includes Rec Center Membership, Golf (with cart) & Bowling. Single — $1102 + tax annual / $102 a month Couples — $1413 + tax annual / $127 a month Family — $1638 + tax annual / $147 a month

• FULL FAMILY PACKAGE •

Includes Rec Center Membership, Pool, Rink, Golf (with cart) & Bowling. Family ONLY — $1725 + tax annual / $155 a month

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INDOOR AQUATICS

Swim Daily 1:00-6:00pm

Summer hour s to Labor Day go from Memorial Day . A detailed hour’s break down is avai lable at the front desk.

MITCHELL RECREATION CENTER

SUMMER HOURS Open

CALL JAMIE ABOUT BIRTHDAY PARTY INFORMATION!

605-995-8450

THANK YOU Pepsi-Cola Company for the donation on the slide!

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MITCHELL SUMMER ACTIVITIES

Please enjoy all the summer activities that the Mitchell Park & Recreation have to offer!

This camp is a hands-on, project-based camp exploring different STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) topics. Students will be exploring topics from the following eight clusters: circuitry, computer graphics, digital communications, mechanics and structures, robotics and control technology, scientific data and analysis, software engineering and sustainability. After we have explored each topic, students will have the opportunity to create their own project in a cluster of their choice. It’s like recess for your brain!

June 1-5, 2020

4th & 5th—8:00-11:00 am Activity # 3964.30.20

6th & 7th— 12:30-3:30 pm Activity # 3964.31.20

Grade levels entering the 2020-21 school year. The total cost will be $99 for the week.

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family camping center overlooking Lake Mitchell with fishing, swimming, canoes, pedal boats, paddle boards, playground, hiking trail and a laundry facility. The campground includes 59 RV campsites with full hookups and 16 Tent Sites. The campground is open from April 1st through October 31st. Full hookups include water, sewer and electricity. RV sites have 50 amp or 30 amp sites available, tent sites with electricity are also available. Reservations begin online September 1st each year. Reservable dates are May 15 through September 15. First-come, first served sites are available daily but not guaranteed. Self-pay system is utilized for first-come, first-served. There is no manager on-site, campground hosts are available to assist campers.

LAKE MITCHELL CAMPGROUND

Address: 2601 North Main St. ¡ Mitchell, SD 57301 Call Angel 8am-5pm, Monday - Friday: 605-995-8450

CAMPGROUND SITES

Reservations are available but not required. We are currently taking online reservations for 2020 (online reservation fee is 4.95%). Reservations are accepted up to one week in advance; available sites within the week will be on first-come, first-served basis. All reservable sites that have not been reserved are available to campers who arrive without a reservation. The maximum allowable stay limit will depend on the next date for which the site has been reserved.

RATES

Mitchell Campground RV Sites with Full Hookups Tent Sites Tent Sites with Electricity Paddle Board, Pedal Boat & Canoe Rentals Bike Rentals

1/2 Hour

Night $36 $21 $23

Monthly $525

$6 (Tax NOT included in listed prices.)

Tracking Down the One True God

Vacation Bible School

First Reformed Church 516 W. 14th Ave. July 19-23, 2020 • 6:00-8:30pm

Call 996-5449 or online www.firstreformed.com to register


PARK ACTIVITIES AND SHELTER RENTALS

DOG PARK

Bring your canine friend to the Mitchell Dog Park! The dog park is located on the south end of Cadwell Park and features a 2.3 acre area for large dogs and a .85 acre area for small dogs. Please clean up & be responsible for your pet.

DRY RUN CREEK BIKE PATH Dry Run Creek Bike

& Walking Path begins at Burr Street and ends at Minnesota Street. Walking Path Committee is in the processThe Bike & of designing future improvements for Mitchell’s Bike Path Maps are available at the Park & RecreationSystem. Dept.

FREE SUMMER CONCERTS Every WEDNESDAY

in June and July 7:30 pm

in Hitchcock Park

MITCHELL’S URBAN SYSTEM FORESTRY& Rec reation Dept. offers a

Re-Tree Mitchell The Parks

for the purchase of trees that 75% reimbursement (up to $100) d. Limit of 2 trees per year. evar boul the near or are planted in e for more details. offic n eatio Recr & Call the Parks The Division does “tree ? over ked How do I get my tree chec who has a concern about a tree n citize any y Frida each ks” chec and ask for Angel. on a boulevard should call 995-8450

SUMMER LEAGUE CONTACTS

Bring your lawn chair and enjoy as Joe Pekas and the Municipal Band bring smiles to your face and keep everyone tapping their toes with great music!!

Mitchell Disc Golf Cary Muilenburg • 838-9513 Mitchell Baseball Association Jeff Schmidt • 770-8171 Men’s Slow Pitch Softball Aaron Klinger • 770-8329

will be held at the (In case of rain, Wednesday concerts welcome) yone ever ter– Firesteel Health Care Cen

Women’s & Coed Slow Pitch Softball Kathy Axsom • 770-1398 Mitchell Tennis Association Pat Moller • 770-7474

Indoor Picnic Shelters

$120 per day, $50 deposit check due when you pick up key Location Address LAKE MITCHELL DAY CAMP

Indian Village Road

LAKE MITCHELL SPORTSMEN’S CLUB

Indian Village Road

CAMP ARROYA

311 1/2 North Harmon Dr.

PATTON YOUNG PARK SHELTER

1100 block West Cedar

INDOOR SHELTER - HITCHCOCK PARK 1201 East Hanson

RENTALS

PICNICS | WEDDING & BRIDAL SHOWERS | BIRTHDAYS | REUNIONS | GRADUATIONS

Outdoor Picnic Shelters

$10 per hour (3 hrs minimum) or $60 per day, rental fee due at time reservation is made 9AM - 11PM (hourly shifts)

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DOTY PARK SHELTER

KIBBEE PARK SHELTER

DRY RUN CREEK PARK SHELTER

KIWANIS WOODDLOT SHELTER

GAINER PARK SHELTER

LIONS POINT PARK SHELTER

HITCHCOCK PARK BAND SHELL

MUNROE SHELTER

MUNROE/TRODE GAZEBO

NORTH OHLMAN ACCESS SHELTER

HITCHCOCK NORTH SHELTER

NORTHRIDGE PARK SHELTER

HITCHCOCK SOUTH SHELTER

PIONEER PARK SHELTER

HITCHCOCK SW SHELTER

PUBLIC BEACH SHELTER

REDSTONE SHELTER

Reservation requests can be done online at cityofmitchell.org


Call for Dates & Times

Call for Mitchell High School Gym

Divisions for • Boys Grades 9-12 • Boys Grades 6-8 • Boys Grades 3-5 Fee: $50/Camper (Family Discounts avai lable) CONTACT TODD NEUENDORF at 605-868-2566 or todd.neuendorf@k12.sd.us

Boys & Girls Grades K-3 • Grades 4-8 • Grades 9-12

Contact Cole Knippling at 730-1773 or cole.kinippling@k12.sd.us

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Tiger Basketball Girls’ Individual Skills and Drills Camp June 1-2, 2020 Aug. 3-4, 2020 • Grades K-2, $35 3-4 p.m. • Grades 3-5, $60 12:30-3 p.m. • Grades 6-8, $60 9:30 a.m.-Noon

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

• Contact DWU women’s basketball head coach/camp director Jason Christensen at 605-630-0421 or Jason.Christensen@dwu.edu. • Contact the DWU Athletic Office at 605-995-2175. • Visit www.dwuathletics.com/sports/wbkb. • Make checks payable to “Skills and Drills Basketball.”

All campers will receive a FREE T-shirt.

Located at DWU/Avera Sports and Wellness Complex

Tiger Basketball Girls’ Individual Skills and Drills Please circle which date you want to participate:

June 17-18

July 15-16

Both

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DWU is NOT responsible for injuries that may occur during the camp. A DWU trainer WILL NOT be at the camp. Parent Signature ______________________________________________________________________________________________ DWU is an equal opportunity employer and provider.

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SPORT CAMPS AND DISC GOLF TOURNAMENT

KERNEL BOYS CAMP

MITCHELL KERNEL MP BALL CA BASKET Dates, Time & Price

ludes the concep The focus of this camp inc and THE GAME LS, TA EN FUN, FUNDAM ALL. Each camper CONCEPTS OF VOLLEYB l T-shirt and various bal lley Vo a will also receive end of the camp! participation prizes at the information please ns/ stio que for To register or -3097 or 770 at ll contact Deb Thi deb.thill@k12.sd.us

3RD ANN L MITCHELL PARUKA& DISC GOLF TOURNA REC Saturday, May 2, 20 MENT 20

9AM - Walk-up Regis tration at Kiwanis Pa 10AM - Tournament begins at Kiwanis rk EVERYO

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ELCOME! DISCover the FUN of Disc Golf! Join us for the first annual Mitchell Park & Rec De partment area Disc Go lf Tournament. Everyone ages 14 and older is welcome to par ticipate. We will play 18 holes at Kiw anis and 18 holes and Dry Run Creek. Results will be flighte d with prizes for flight winners. Experience is not a requirement, HAVING FUN IS! Prio r to the tournament there will be a free clin ic focusing on the bas ics of Disc Golf. Local disc golfer and Mitchell resident, Car y Muilenburg, will present the clinic. Reg ister through Mitchell Park & Rec or on the day of the tourna ment. Follow Mitchell Disc Golf on Facebook or contact Cary Muilenburg at 605 -838-9513 for information on league play. Registra tion Fee: $10

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OTHER SUMMER ACTIVITIES

CORE ATHLETICS

CORETRAINING ATHLETICS YOUTH CENTER

YOUTH TRAINING CENTER

CORE ATHLETICS

YOUTH TRAINING CENTER The Mitchell Public Library Summer Reading Program presents: VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR PROGRAM DETAILS AND CLASS SCHEDULES! VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR PROGRAM DETAILS AND

CLASS SCHEDULES! VISIT OURWWW.COREATHLETICS19.COM WEBSITE FOR PROGRAM DETAILS AND CLASS SCHEDULES! WWW.COREATHLETICS19.COM

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CONTACT US TODAY AT: COREATHLETICS19@OUTLOOK.COM OR CORE ATHLETICS ON FACEBOOK CONTACT US TODAY AT: COREATHLETICS19@OUTLOOK.COM US-TODAY GYMNASTICS -CONTACT NINJASTICS PARENTAT:& ME - OPEN GYMS OR CORE ATHLETICS ON FACEBOOK

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GYMNASTICS - NINJASTICS - PARENT & ME - OPEN GYMS

Palace Transit is offering a

SUMMER BUS PASS for rides to City of Mitchell activities Ride the bus to scheduled activities at: •Mitchell Aquatic Center •Mitchell Ice Arena •Mitchell Recreation Center •Softball or Baseball •Tennis •Park Programs •Mitchell Public Library

*This pass does not include transportation to the Pepsi-Cola Soccer Complex or Camp Arroya *Mileage will be added for transportation outside Palace Transit boundaries.

Pass Prices: •Individual Pass - $40.00 •Family Pass - $60.00 *Family pass is only valid to immediate household/residence family members. *All no-shows will be charged for that ride.

Rides must be scheduled with the dispatcher in the transit office Monday thru Friday by 4:00 pm at least one day prior to appointment (excluding holidays). No reservations will be accepted by the bus operator. Passengers are responsible for payment of all no shows.

“Imagine Your Story” Begins May 26, 2020

Challenging Quests Win FREE books & prizes! - Reading Logs & Sticker Charts - Dragon Bingo - Stump the Librarian - Unlock the Drawbridge

Ice Cream Wishes Earn free ice cream from Dairy Queen as you read. Pick up your reading chart at the front desk. The Hero’s Journey Follow the path, meet the challenges, & win the biggest prize. See the Future For information about upcoming activities, follow us on Facebook, call us at 605-995-8480, or visit us at 221 N. Duff St. in Mitchell.

Weekly Adventures Join us each week for fantastic programs, speakers, & art. Begins week of June 1. Folktale Storytime Join us for stories, rhymes, crafts, & fun! Thursdays at 10:30, starting June 4. Alternating Saturdays at 10:30, starting May 30.

D I S C O V E R

“Dakota Woman” and so much more at the

Dakota Discovery Museum MUSEUM HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Group and private tours are available upon request. “Dakota Woman,” by Harvey Dunn

Passes may be purchased at:

Palace Transit Office 300 W 1st, Mitchell, SD 605-995-8440

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1300 McGovern Ave. • Mitchell, S.D. • 605-995-2122 DWU is an equal opportunity employer and provider.


SUMMER PROGRAM Registration: May 1 – 31

Cost: $40 per Junior (Member) $50 per Junior (Non-Member) Ages: 7-10, 11am – 12pm • Ages: 11-14, 9 – 10:30am

Dates: Mondays and Tuesdays (6 Sessions) **Exception: No session on Tuesday, June 1 or 2

June 8 & 9 June 15 & 16 June 22 & 23 (On Course Days) Fri., June 26 (Parent/Child Scramble – 9 Holes) **Sign Up for Parent/Child Scramble **6:00pm Start – 5:30pm Registration

Sessions will consist of instruction on the driving range (full shots), practice green (chipping and putting), drive-chip-putt contest, rules of golf and etiquette and 2 days on the course playing. Instructors: Eric Hieb, Mark Horan (Head Boys Golf Coach), Bob Beach-Pattison, Sam Mock (Junior Golfer at Augustana), MHS Boys and Girls High School Golfers, and DWU Men’s and Women’s Golfers *Cost for Junior Camp is due before the 1st Session; includes a T-Shirt and 2 Range Passes per Week per Junior with Registration*

To Sign up your Junior Golfer, Call Lakeview at 995-8460

BEGINNERS SEMINARS/ PRACTICE SESSIONS

ONE HOUR LONG SESSIONS – 3 SESSIONS Dates: Monday, May 11, May 18, and May 25 Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm -Men Or Women**Limit to 6 Men or Women per Session** *Sessions consist of the Basics for any Golf Game* · Putting · Chipping · Driving Range (Irons & Woods) **Lessons will be consistent with focus on the fundamentals of the game such as Proper Grip, Stance, Posture, Alignment, Set Up, & Routine along with Swing Mechanics and Drills**

OUTDOOR GOLF ACTIVITIES

Lakeview Golf Course JUNIOR GOLF

**FREE with PURCHASE of any Range Pass** Range Passes • 10 Buckets = $40.00 • 25 Buckets = $75.00 • Single Range Pass = $125.00 plus Tax • Family Range Pass = $175.00 plus Tax

2020 DAILY AND MEMBERSHIP RATES

Daily Green, Cart & Range Fees

- 9 Holes: $18 - 18 Holes: $28 - 9 Hole Cart/Seat: $9 - 18 Hole Cart/Seat: $15 - Small Bucket Range: $3 - Large Bucket Range: $5 - 10 Buckets: $45 - 25 Buckets: $85 *Taxes Included

Punch Cards

- 12 – 9 Hole PC: $175 - Including Cart: $270 *Taxes Included

Specials includes Cart - Senior Weekday $28 Mon-Fri — Tee off before 1pm; must be 55 or older

- Twilight Rates $28

Sat & Sun Evenings — Tee off 4pm or later *Taxes Included

Memberships

- Single Adult: $575 - Couples: $825 - Family: $900 - Student: $170 - College: $275 - Single Cart: $450 - Family Cart: $575 - Single Range: $150 - Family Range: $200 *Taxes Included

To Sign up, Call Lakeview at 995-8460

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MITCHELL RECREATION CENTER

MITCHELL ICE ARENA

MITCHELL INDOOR AQUATIC CENTER

Offers many different avenues for the whole family to achieve physical wellbeing throughout the entire year. Basketball courts, Weight room, cardio room, racquetball courts, adult classes, after-school program and indoor pool are just the beginning of what the Recreation Center has to offer. Phone: 605-995-8450

Open skating from October to March gives families the opportunity for a different way to get physical activity. Either if you have skates or not, this is a unique opportunity for the whole family. Phone: 605-995-8456

Fun in the pool all year round. Equipped with slides and attractions for kids; it also offers an open pool for lap swimming, water aerobics and a vortex for resisted water walking. The indoor aquatic center offers many different exercise options for the whole family. Phone: 605-995-8450

MITCHELL OUTDOOR AQUATIC CENTER

PEPSI COLA SOCCER COMPLEX

CADWELL SPORT COMPLEX

Fun in the sun for the whole family. Open during the summer, family are able to enjoy being outside while cooling off in the pool, along with the fun of slides and other pool attractions. Phone: 605-995-8458

Open soccer fields to go our and kick a ball or run around in. This is a great place to just go and enjoy the outdoors while playing whatever you would like. These is no restrictions on the amount of space you can use.

Baseball & softball fields open to anyone when you want to go hit a home run or just run the bases. Along with a playground on site, it gives families who enjoy time on the ball field to get out and enjoy playing in the dirt together.

MITCHELL CITY PARKS

LAKE MITCHELL BIKE & HIKING TRAILS

JOE QUINTAL TRACK

1300 North Main Street

1201 East Hanson Avenue

There are 13 city parks available all over town to be used by the public all year round. All park are equipped with playground equipment for children so they have the chance to use their imaginations and be active outside.

1001 North Minnesota Street

5825 Tower Road

Adventurous, paved or unpaved trails for biking or hiking along the lake, gives families a chance to explore the wilderness in their own backyard.

1300 North Main Street

West 13th Avenue

East 11th Avenue

Paved 400-meter track in the middle of town is a great way to go our and track how far you ran or walked. Nothing else needed besides your walking or running shoes.

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