For beginners and players wanting to sharpen their skills before the spring season
Five sessions | Five weeks
• Saturday, January 12 from 3:00 - 5:00 pm
• Saturday, January 19 from 3:00 - 5:00 pm
• Saturday, January 26 from 3:00 - 5:00 pm
• Sunday, February 3 from 11:00 AM-1:00PM
• Saturday, February 9 from 3:00-5:00PM
Coronado’s Neidermeyer Field, Sixth Street and F Avenue
Boys and Girls ages 6 - 13 ( First through Eighth grade)
Instruction from NCAA experienced players, CHS coaching staff and current high school team members focusing on fundamental techniques, individual and team skills, scrimmages and game situations. Emphasis is having fun while learning the fastest growing sport in the nation.
$115 fee includes five clinic sessions, practice jersey, Coronado Lacrosse decal and are eligible for prizes presented at the final clinic session. Players will need to provide their own lacrosse stick and shoulder pads. Loaner equipment (helmet, gloves, elbow pads) available at time of registration with personal check as security deposit (equipment is limited and will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis). For more information about the spring youth lacrosse league visit www.adrenalinelacrosse.com - programs.
CHS Neidermeyer Field, Sixth Street and F Avenue
• Saturday, January 5 | 8:00 -10:00 am
• Wednesday, January 9 | 2:15 – 4:15 pm
• Thursday, January 10 | 5:30-7:00 pm
Special Demos at schools by NCAA players and Coronado High School coaches
Come play the fastest game on two feet!
Proceeds benefit the CHS Boys Lacrosse Program
Register now for Coronado SAFE's 2013 Parent Conference | Sponsored by Hayes & Associates CPA
SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 2013
8:30 A.M.—11:30 A.M.
CORONADO LAMB’S PLAYERS THEATRE
Join local parents and families for the1st Annual SAFE Parent Conference. Parents will have the opportunity to hear from an exceptional line-up of professionals who will share their expertise for skills towards successful parenting.
THE SEVEN SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:
Susie Walton—Getting Respect Back in the Household
San Diego Parent Educator of the Year
Mary Tamborski—Keeping the Joy in Parenting
Marriage & Family Therapist & Positive Discipline Instructor
Brett Kilka—Creating a High Performance Household
International Youth Performance Expert at Fitness Quest 10
Laura Plumb—Generating Excellence by Understanding Your Child's Unique Needs
Ayurvedic Counselor and Founder of VedaWise and Sophia Circle
Fred Becker—Tools to Develop a Self-Reliant and Responsible Child
Parenting Expert and CEO of the Becker Institute
Dr. Shari Crane—It's Not About the Meds: Using Natural Methods First
Holistic Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
Wanda Brothers—Why Can’t You Hear Me? Communicating Through Stress
Seating limited, Register Today!
Register At: 1009, C Ave, Coronado or www.CoronadoSAFE.org
$35 a person $50 a couple
*Childcare provided by calling (619) 522-6884 in advance
** Full and partial scholarships available to those who demonstrate need
Submitted by Gianna L. Stone, Program Coordinator, Coronado SAFE
This Saturday, January 12th, is the final signup for Coronado Little League. Registration begins at 9am at Bradley Field, located at Second Street and B Avenue in Coronado.
What documents should you bring? Here's some guidance from the Coronado Little League website:
1) Find and bring an original copy of the birth certificate. It must be an original. (Suitable substitutes are a US Passport or a military ID card - DD form 2)
2) Bring three documents for proof of residence. These documents must be originals. They all must have your current Coronado address on them. There are thirteen (13) different category. Only choose one document from any of the categories. Two documents from the same category will count only as one so be sure that your documents come from three different categories.
3) Make copies of your proof of residence documents or keep the originals in a safe place. You will need them at the end of the season
4) Bring your documents with your birth certificate to Bradley Field on registration day.
5) Fill out the registration form at Bradley and pay the registration fee. Cash or check only.
6) Sign a code of conduct form.
7) If you want to coach, manage, umpire, or be a team parent please fill out the LL Volunteer application.
Now you are finished and ready to play ball.
Assessments will be held on January 19th with makeups taking place on January 26th.
Source: Coronado Little League website
Tuesday, December 11 we will celebrate our annual combined Hanukkah Story Hour. Toddlers and Preschoolers are invited to join us at 10:30am in the Winn Room for stories, songs and LATKES!
Friday, December 14 at both the Toddler (10:10) and Preschool (10:45) story hours Santa will be visiting. Santa always draws a crowd so both story times will be held in the Winn Room that day. Santa is eager to talk to every child and is happy to pose for pictures.
Source: Ellenjoy Weber, Coronado Public Library
It is time for our Annual Library Decorating Day ornaments. Both kids and tweens are invited to help decorate the library for the holidays. We will be making special tree ornaments (one to take home and one for our tree) and then trimming our Children's Library Tree with all the ornaments made by the kids over the years.
Tuesday, November 27th
On the Patio
Source: Ellenjoy Weber
Coronado, CA (November 6, 2012) - More than 160 students from each of Coronado's elementary schools were represented in the Coronado Recreation Department's Annual Thanksgiving Coloring Contest.
Official turkey drawings were submitted by kindergartners through fifth graders and were decorated using markers, colored pencils, crayons and even some glitter and sequins.
Prizes were awarded to contest winners at the November 6 City Council meeting by the City Council and Mayor.
place winner in the kindergarten-first
grade category was Lucy DeCandia, a kindergartner at Silver Strand
The first place winner in the second-third grade category was Nicholas Lorr, a second grader at Village Elementary.
The first place winner in the fourth-fifth grade category was Anna Grace Hale, a fifth grader at Village Elementary.
The second place winner in the kindergarten-first grade category was Katerina Lee, a kindergartner at Francis Parker School.
The second place winner in the second-third grade category was Zahara Fox, a second grader at Silver Strand Elementary.
The second place winner in the fourth-fifth grade category was Lauren White, a fifth grader at Village Elementary.
The third place winner in the kindergarten-first grade category was Natasha Jerbi, a first grader at Village Elementary.
The third place winner in the second-third grade category was Mary Elizabeth Penny, a third grader at Silver Strand Elementary.
The third place winner in the fourth-fifth grade category was Samantha Lorr, a fourth grader at Village Elementary.
All first place winners were awarded a turkey to cook for their Thanksgiving feast.
All second and third place winners were awarded a holiday pie of their choosing to pick up at Wells Fargo Bank, host of Mama's Kitchen Holiday Pie in the Sky Event. All participants received a Thanksgiving prize.
This annual event is sponsored through the generous donation of the Coronado Jr. Woman's Club. All 160 entries are on display in the Coronado Community Center Lobby.
Congratulations to all the winners and Happy Thanksgiving from the Coronado Recreation Department.
Source: City of Coronado website
EDITOR'S NOTE: I'll never forget the first time I attended this award ceremony at the November Council Meeting. They were handing these twenty pound frozen turkeys to little kids (the best colorers) who probably didn't weigh forty pounds. The kids were falling over from the weight of the turkey and frozen turkeys were sliding along the Council Chambers floor. It reminded me of a bowling with turkeys event I once attended. I hope that they just gave certificates to the local grocery store this year!