Ogden Nordic Ski Team fees will be as follows; $30 for recreational Skiers, $75 will emphasizeoverall conditioning and will include running, roller blading, strength and http://www.utahnordic.com/ogden_nordic/skiteam-development.html
Extractions: Development Ski Team The Ogden Nordic Development Program is open to youth from age 10 up with intermediate to advanced skiing skills who are interested in developing better ski technique (in both classic and skate skiing) and good training habits for overall physical fitness. Members of the Development team are encouraged to participate in local and regional ski races throughout the winter with other members of the team. During the winter skiers will be introduced to the basics of competition-specific training using both skating and classic techniques. Coaching will be provided at most local races. Development team members will be encouraged to participate in local races and 2 or 3 out-of-state races. The Recreation Team is available for skiers who wish participate on a more recreational level. As with many endeavors in life, to be a successful Ski Racer requires the participation and support of the skiers family. Parents are asked to join Ogden Nordic, and help at with at least two races or fund raising events throughout the year. Parents bringing their skiers to practice are welcome to participate or to ski during the training program. All members are required to join TUNA (their membership fee is $35) In addition to this, Ogden Nordic Junior Ski Team fees will be as follows; $30 for Recreational Skiers, $75 for intermediate and advanced skiers. Ogden Nordic ski team scholarships to waive team fees available. For Further Information: contact Paul Stromberg at (801) 786-0906 e-mail
Extractions: Public Works Departmental Services Engineering Forestry Services ... What's New Recreational Activities For scenic walks in a natural setting, discover your Winnipeg parks. This spring and summer, enjoy some of the "new" trails and pathways available for walking, bike riding or roller blading. New locations in Winnipeg are listed below. Assiniboine Parkway Links the Charleswood Bridge to the St. James Overpass Seine River Trail From Provencher Boulevard South to Bertrand Street Kavanagh Park North of Kavanagh Street at Seine River Lyndale Drive Norwood Bridge to St. Mary's Road St. Vital Park 190 River Road Churchill Drive The Forks to Mulvey Avenue and Brandon to Cockburn Street Kil-Cona / Harbourview Recreation Complex 1867 Springfield Road Kildonan Park Along the Red River and inner park loop. Little Mountain West of Brookside Blvd. and Jefferson Ave. Waterfront Drive Provencher to Higgins Ave.
Title 8 HEALTH AND SAFETY fastened securely while bicycling, skateboarding, roller skating, roller blading,or riding a the business of selling or repairing recreational equipment, such http://www.mrsc.org/mc/maplevalley/maplev08.html
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HB 254--Fact Sheet immunity to governmental entities who own or operate (free of charge) certain highrisk recreational facilities for skateboarding, roller blading, and snow http://www.ulct.org/resources/site_archive/legislative/1998/factshts98/hb254/hb2
Extractions: What This Bill Does: This bill creates a new item for the "laundry list" of activities undertaken by government, that are immune from lawsuit when a participant in the activity is injured. It gives immunity to governmental entities who own or operate (free of charge) certain "high risk" recreational facilities for skateboarding, roller blading, and snow sledding. Amendments this bill needs: Expand the definition of recreational facilities to include skiing, snow boarding, tubing, and swimming. Amend paragraph 2(b) to read as follows: (b) Sport or recreational activity shall include but is not limited to, an activity that inherently involves a relatively high degree of risk of injury to persons engaged in the activity also include skateboarding, roller blading, snow sledding
Outside In Reflections an Outside In ministry is as follows The local recreational area (Emmarentia Dam weneed to participate in the actual subculture, like roller blading, in order http://www.sonlifeafrica.com/model/outinref.htm
Extractions: My suggestion towards moving our youth group into an Outside In ministry is as follows: The local recreational area (Emmarentia Dam) is generally packed with unchurched young people over the weekends. Our youth has taken to organising (infrequent) volleyball days at the dam and I have noticed just how many of the unchurched youth are keen to join the game. I also noticed the unity felt within these teams as we played (as mentioned by Mark in his report - "We got to know the youth better and developed a sense of unity in our each teams."). In the context of a volleyball game it becomes very easy to form friendships with the unchurched. Although the Outside In approach has never been considered by us, I am confident that regular volleyball days at the Dam will enable us to form relationships with the unchurched and lead us into a position where we can minister to them. On a personal level, I've been giving extra-lessons to high school students for the past two and a half years, and I've found this an excellent opportunity for inside-out ministry. Because we (the pupil and myself) spend the time "alone", the friendships tend to develop very quickly. I'm also able to support and encourage these young people in areas where they desperately need it - the pressure to achieve in school is usually great which creates frequent ministry opportunities.
Gf-tab23 It would be nice to have a recreational facility on a year round basis. indoors, There needs to be more indoor rec facilities golfing, roller blading, etc http://www.und.edu/dept/rls/gf/gf-tab23.htm
Extractions: Theme Exemplary Quotes Satisfied with Park District facilities and programs "Very good park board. What wasn't available for my two older kids is now available for younger kids." "Good job with the slide and golf courses and Ulland Park." "The Park District has been doing a good job of offering a variety of activities and facilities for people of Grand Forks. Continuing to do so will help make our city a good place to live and draw new residents to Grand Forks. This in turn will provide additional funds to expand activities and facilities." "We have lived in the area for 1 1/2 years. When we moved here, we were impressed with the amount of parks and recreational activities GF has." Need for teen/youth activities "We must keep the youth of Grand Forks here - they are our future. As young kids grow and don't want to go with their families, we have to make sure that all areas of the city, not just the south end, have access to safe recreational areas, preferably indoors in the winter." "Need more recreation opportunities (programs and facilities) for teenagers. Need more indoor recreation
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Extractions: Winter Park - One of the largest and most popular ski areas in Colorado. Sol Vista - A large family oriented ski area. Golf - Four courses are located within minutes but we surround the highest ranked 27-hole mountain course in Colorado. The greens' fee for our lot owners is only $30 for 18 holes. Fishing - Grand County is famous for its fishing and Gold Medal streams. This is where Dwight Eisenhower spent his summer vacations fishing. Water Sports - Grand Lake, which is the largest and most historic, natural, mountain lake in Colorado, is just minutes away. Adjacent to Grand Lake is Shadow Mountain Reservoir and Lake Granby. Sailing, fishing, boating, and water skiing are all available. National Park - Rocky Mountain National Park, one of the nations most beautiful National Parks is located just minutes away, featuring scenic drives and some of the best hiking trails in the nation. Mountain Biking - Grand County refers to itself as the mountain biking capital of America. Hundreds of miles of trails are available.
Extractions: Search Location: Alberta Government Home Community Development Home Enjoying Alberta Alberta's Featured Parks ... Recreation Summer Recreation Updated November 27, 2003 Recreation is offered in abundance in Cypress Hills. Below are just a few suggestions of what you can do! (And what you can't.) One of the fastest growing pastimes is birding! Cypress Hills has over 220 species to see. Download our bird checklist for more information on species. The Visitor Centre Staff will be able to give you some tips and tricks to bird watching in the Cypress Hills. Boating opportunities are excellent! Elkwater Lake allows all types of boats including motorized, jet ski and paddle. This lake is also suitable for water-skiing. Reesor Lake and Spruce Coulee are excellent choices for those who wish to canoe or paddle. These lakes allow only non-motorized boats. The Elkwater Lake area also has a boat and bike rental open during peak seasons as well as a marina stalls for rent, contact the
Greg's 4wd Page spouse and children), consider some of the many other recreational activitiesthe area has to offer. One of my pastimes is rollerblading, and one of the http://www.media-north.com/4wd/041802.htm
Extractions: Roller-Blading in Vancouver: False Creek, English Bay, and Stanley Park Thursday, April 18, 2002 If you're thinking of visiting Vancouver, and need an excuse that has nothing to do with four-wheeling due to family obligations (ie. spouse and children), consider some of the many other recreational activities the area has to offer. One of my pastimes is roller-blading, and one of the nicest routes is a relatively flat course that stretches out along False Creek, English Bay, and the Stanley Park Seawall. You will then pass beneath flowering cherry trees as you enter another tunnel beneath the main highway through the park, and as you emerge from the other side you will see the brown and white tudor-style building of the Vancouver Rowing Club framed between two large trees. You will pass a Royal Vancouver Yacht Club marina, then the guard shack for Deadman's Island; currently a Canadian naval base, but, according to legend, once the site of a fierce battle between rival Indian tribes. Across Coal Harbour are the apartment buildings of the West End, the office towers of the downtown core, and the five sails on the roof of the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre. You can frequently see massive cruise ships docked at the terminal, and you can watch float planes taking off from, and landing in, the harbour. Next up is the Nine O'Clock Gun at Hallelujah Point, which sounds every evening at exactly 21:00h. If you're in the area, you'd best cover your ears; the report of the gun is audible throughout Vancouver, Burnaby, and North Vancouver. As you approach Brockton Point and the lighthouse, you will have a view of the snow-capped North Shore mountains as they overlook the buildings of North Vancouver. An observation deck here provides some information about what you're looking at. Just past the lighthouse, but before the totem poles, the observant will spot the Chehalis monument in a quiet glade beneath the trees on the opposite side of the road. The ship "Chehalis" was sunk in 1906 by the "Princess Victoria" in Burrard Inlet, resulting in the loss of eight lives.
Recreation And Fun At SCORE 98 bowling at Rouge Hill Bowling and then to the famous Wheelies for roller blading/skating.Saturday and Sunday were the climax of the recreational portion of http://www.cnib.ca/score/score98/group2/
Tampa Bay Beaches Recreation The Pinellas Trail offers a 34 mile challenge for biking, roller blading, joggingor However you enjoy spending your recreational time, the Gulf Beaches has it http://tampabaybeaches.com/recreation.htm
Extractions: Activities H owever you enjoy spending your recreational time, the Tampa Bay Beaches has it for you!!! We offer 28 miles of white sandy shores which delivers to you all the natural wonders of the Gulf of Mexico! Swimming, shelling, sandcastle building, sunbathing are all right here at your fingertips. We even offer mini Adventure Golf, some even with live alligators that you can feed! We offer deep-sea fishing, casino cruises, dinner/dance cruises, dolphin watch nature cruises, snorkeling trips and much more. Rentals for jet skis, power boats, Para sailing, biking and roller blading are all available. If pro sports are your fancy, Tampa Bay is the home of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Storm, Tampa Bay Lightning and Tampa Bay Mutiny. We also have nine pro baseball teams which have their spring training in our area.
Recreation Oppotunities to be used for walking, biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, roller blading,and/or snow recreational Opportunities at Grand Valley State University. http://www.allendale-twp.org/recreation.htm
Extractions: Recreation Opportunities Last edited Results of the Parks and Recreation Survey that was conducted through the Announcer last fall! Some general observations from the survey results are listed below: 73% of respondents would like to see other parks developed in the township 77% of respondents are in favor of expanding non-motorized pathways 55% of respondents use the trials in the Allendale Community Park and/or would like to see trails constructed for recreation, those trails to be used for walking, biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, roller blading, and/or snow mobiling 22% of respondents use the playground in the Allendale Community Park and/or would like to see additional playground areas developed 19% of respondents use the Allendale Community Park for picnics and/or would like to see additional picnic areas developed Newly Formed Township Parks and Recreation Committee! Do you have concerns related to Allendale's parks and recreation services? Please feel free to contact one of the committee members listed below! David deVelder 675-9916 ddevelder@ICCF.org
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Grand Blanc Parks And Recreation > Survey 6. Check three favorite recreational activities your family enjoys. Bike Riding,Gymnastics, Special Events. Football, roller blading, Other Golf, Soccer, Other http://www.grandblancparks.com/survey.shtml
'Blading For Beginners for a pair of recreational blades, plus another $60 or so for a helmet and pads, Moscow said. Skaters should also learn how to care for their rollerblades. http://www.nunews.neu.edu/nu-news/Issues/100197/y6.html
Extractions: Trying to find the right pair of rollerblades, especially in a new city, may seem like a daunting task. In order to make it easier on prospective buyers, a couple of local sports stores offered shopping tips. "Skates should fit snug around the foot, but you should still be able to wiggle your toes," said Tony Moskow, manager of City Sports on Massachusetts Avenue. "And there should be no movement in the ankle." Along with footgear, remember to buy protection for your knees, elbows and head. "People should expect to pay between $170 and $200 for a pair of recreational blades, plus another $60 or so for a helmet and pads," Moscow said. Skaters should also learn how to care for their roller-blades. Moskow advises rotating the wheels and cleaning the bearings at least every three months. "It really depends on the amount of use and type of surface youre using them on," he said. "If you are skating a lot on the streets, youre going to have to change them a lot, because the streets are rougher on the wheels." Now that you know how the skates are supposed to fit and have an idea of your price range, what roller-blades are right for you? Skip Besse, Jr., the manager of Eric Flaims Motion Sports on Newbury Street, saying sampling is the best bet.
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Inner - Recreation lends itself to a wide variety of outdoor, recreational activities. Day hikes; Overnightcamping; Canoeing; Sea kayaking; Biking; Horseback riding; rollerblading. http://www.saintleo.edu/SaintLeo/Templates/177
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