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YMCA Basketball

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CREST SPRING Programs

Posted By Administration, Monday, February 08, 2016

  

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Community & Cultural Services Department Human Services Division

SPRING SPORTS SOCCER • TRACK • VOLLEYBALL

MIDDLE SCHOOL

6th-8th Grade

Fees: $125 Track / $130 Leagues

REGISTRATION DATES February 3-26,2016

(Space is limited)

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SOCCER VOLLEYBALL

TRACK

Grade Level:

Grades 6-8 (7-A-Side League)

Grades 6-8 (Volleyball League)

Grades 6-8 (Track Club)

Practice Day

Wed./Fri.

Tue./Thur.

Wed./Fri.

Start/End Date:

Mar 9 - May 21

Mar 8 - May 21

Mar 9 - May 20

Evaluations:

Mar 9

Mar 8

No Evaluations

1st Game Day:

Mar 19

Mar 19

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No Practices, Training or Games during Spring Break: March 21 - April 2 , 2016

Registration with payment is required for participation.
Registration will close on February 26, 2016 in order to determine league teams and clubs.

Financial Assistance is available. For more information, contact the Youth Office.

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Youth Office at Reed Park-Sports Program

1133 7th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90403
Info: (310) 458-8540 / Fax: (310) 451-3569
Email:
crest@smgov.net / Website: www.smgov.net/crest Register Online: www.smgov.net/reserve

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE FEBRUARY 26, 2016 AT 5:30PM IN ORDER TO DETERMINE CLUBS AND LEAGUE TEAMS.

7ASIDE SOCCER LEAGUE (GRADES 68)

Coed soccer league with two prac ces per week and a weekly game on Saturdays. This league plays 7 on 7 with a goalie and no offside. Prac ces are structured to introduce par cipants to sportsmanship, rules and basic skills of soccer, in prepara on for league games. Some games may be held during the week to accommodate all teams. A postseason playoff tournament will be held at the conclusion of the regular season. Mandatory evalua ons will be held at the first prac ce.

VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE (GRADES 68)

Coed volleyball league with two prac ces per week and a weekly game on Saturdays. This league plays 6 on 6 with a best out of three games match format. Prac ces are structured to introduce par cipants to sportsmanship, rules and basic skills of volleyball, in prepara on for league games. Some games may be held during the week to accommodate all teams. A postseason playoff tournament will be held at the conclusion of the regular season. Mandatory evalua ons will be held at the first prac ce.

TRACK CLUB (GRADES 68) *** New program structure!

Coed track club training is held two days per week and is structured to introduce a variety of fundamental running skills related to the sport. This season the program will feature two scrimmage friendlies between schools at midseason and a second friendly scrimmage towards the end of the season. Par cipants will leave campus for these events and they will be held during regular training days.

EARLY DISMISSAL: Early dismissal days vary per school. Please check with your child’s coach for any adjustments to the regular prac ce or training schedule.

LOCATIONS: Prac ces are held at SMMUSD Middle Schools Lincoln, John Adams and SMASH.

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Digital Dragon at Lincoln Middle School

Posted By Kathy Zurich-Lunsford, Thursday, February 04, 2016

 

Visit Digital Dragon LINKS on the flyer .pdf to book your classes. 



 

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SAVE OUR FIELD... at the CIVIC

Posted By Kathy Zurich-Lunsford, Friday, January 29, 2016


Support a Sports Field at the Civic
 
 
The City Council promised in 2005 to include a Sports Field at the Santa Monica Civic Center directly across 4th St from SAMOHI, as part of the Civic Center Specific Plan. 
 
With 1000 students involved in athletics at SAMOHI and with football, soccer, baseball, softball, lacrosse, track & field and Marching Band all needing practice space, SAMOHI has been critically short of athletic field space on or near campus for many years.  Our students walk or travel to JAMS, Memorial Park, Marine Park and other remote locations throughout the city just to find space to practice.  
 
The City of Santa Monica is similarly challenged, with private school teams and youth and adult leagues and club teams all vying for the extremely limited field space.  Practice cancellations due to shortage of field space are now commonplace.  Santa Monica only has 1.4 acres of open park/recreation space per 1000 residents compared with other local communities (Los Angeles County averages 3.4 acres/1000, Manhattan Beach has 5.3 acres/1000).  The National Parks and Recreation Association recommends 5 acres per 1000 residents.  
 
The Sports Field at the Civic Center would allow more SAMOHI athletes to practice right across the street from SAMOHI, helping to free up field space city-wide for other schools and other teams.  
 
Because the Civic field was not protected as a “given” during the most recent Civic site envisioning process, we are concerned that the Council ultimately may favor commercial development at the Civic site as a means of financing and operating the renovated Civic, which development could include retail space and/or a boutique hotel and/or office space and/or housing, instead of the much needed Sports Field promised to our students and the community.

Supporters to date of a 
Sports Field on the Civic Center Site include SAMOHI PTSA and Executive Board, SAMOHI PTSA Civic Center Task Force, SAMOHI Viking Fund, Santa Monica Recreation and Parks Commission, the Santa Monica Field Sports Advisory Council (whose membership includes Santa Monica Little League, Santa Monica AYSO, Santa Monica United Football Club, Santa Monica Girls Fastpitch, local private schools, etc.), John Adams Middle School PTSA, Lincoln Middle School PTSA and Executive Board, Grant Elementary School Executive Board, Residents Coalition, LAOUT (ultimate frisbee), and Northeast Neighbors.

Without community action, we may lose this valuable open space.
Here's how you can help:
(1)  Send an email now but no later than February 3rd.
Address it to council@smgov.net , send a copy to manager@smgov.net and to usfieldatcivic@gmail.com Write “Civic Center Sports Field” in the subject line.
Suggested message:
Dear City Council Members:
I request that you reaffirm inclusion of a regulation-sized Sports Field at the Civic Center as was promised to the community and approved in the 2005 Civic Center Specific Plan, making it a “given” in any materials prepared by the City to attract potential financing partners for revitalizing the Civic Auditorium and surrounding site. Children and adults of Santa Monica deserve and need this open space now more than ever. Please honor your commitment and make this field a reality as soon as possible.
Thank you - [YOUR NAME/CITY YOU LIVE IN]
Conclude with the followingCITY CLERK – Please include this letter in the public record for the City Council meeting of February 9, 2016.

2)  Come to the City Hall on Feb, 9th at 6:30 pm and sign up to speak
Or come and show your support. ( City Hall is located at 1685 Main Street.  Parking is free in the structure at 333 Civic Center Dr./ 4th Street if you bring your parking ticket and validate it on the 2nd floor.)
Your presence will demonstrate that we are a force 
and we want this field!
 
Additional Background: 
 
In 2005, after enormous community demand, the City Council approved the Civic Center Specific Plan which included an athletic field. The vision was to include a large open space which could be used for youth and adult active recreation as well as a village green to serve as a venue for art shows, open air concerts, and other public participation events. The location in the heart of the Civic Center and across the street from the high school made it an obvious choice for beneficial use.

The City has long stated the reason we don’t have more park space is that there isn’t room. However, here is city-owned (tax payer-owned) property on which a specific plan for a field was approved!
In the time since the 2005 approval and the present, the number of residents — youth and adult — using our limited active athletic space has multiplied.  Soccer, lacrosse, football, rugby, baseball, softball, ultimate Frisbee, schools and after school programs, high school marching band, adult soccer and baseball and other sports and active users all need field space. Our high school campus with 3,000 students has active recreation use for elite athletes only, and not even enough at that. The city has only minimal field space and must limit the offering of sports participation to elite athletes only.

Thousands of local residents want and need this field. It was promised to the community and now is in danger of being eliminated in favor of private commercial use as part of proposals to renovate the Civic Auditorium building and to finance that renovation.  We believe the Fourth and Pico location within the Civic Center was and remains the ideal place for a new field. The only change of relevance since the field was approved is that the need is greater. Don’t let the Civic Working Group (CWG) and City Council ignore us.  A field at this location should have been an integral part of the CWG’s recommendation to the City. We are a city with a $550 million annual budget, surely we can find the funds from our annual budget, grants, and/or bonds to guarantee public use of this space!


The Civic Working Group specifically says in its report that it as a whole does NOT favor a field, although they do recommend that the Council explore the feasibility of a field as an action item. At a meeting in June, 2015 the CWG dismissed more than 800 survey responses and hundreds of attendees at their Community Workshops requesting a sport field/open space and, further, largely ignoring 450+ emails the community sent in support of the field.

The City Council needs to know that we need this field more than ever!!  Please take action for the future of our children and for everyone in our city!!

Resources
-- General Information About the Recent Process - 
www.santamonicacivic.org
-- The CWG’s Report to Council with its recommendations for the Civic Center - http://www.smgov.net/uploadedFiles/Departments/CCS/Places_Parks_Beach/Civic_Auditorium/SaMo%20Civic%20-%20Final%20Report%20-%20Volume%20I.pdf
·         Discussion of Open Space and the field is found on pages 32-34.
·         The CWG does not favor including an athletic field on the site. 
·         City Staff have recommended that Council defer decision whether to include the field to an indeterminate point in the future.
-- 2005 Civic Center Specific Plan  – 
Questions?  Contact Jaleh Mamita (jaleh-m@msn.com) and Ann Hoover (annkbowman@yahoo.com) SAMOHI PTSA Civic Center Task Force Co-Chairs


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100 Dresses - at the Morgan Wixon Y.E.S program

Posted By Administration, Friday, January 29, 2016

JANUARY 30 - FEBRUARY 14, 2016

Sat & Sun - 11:00am

 

The Hundred Dresses is a timeless tale about the power of words and finding the courage to stand up to others. Wanda Petronski just wants to join the fun of having friends like everyone else. But in 1930’s small town America, a Polish immigrant doesn’t easily fit in. When Maddie’s best friend Peggy starts to tease Wanda, Maddie knows it isn’t right. When the teasing doesn’t stop and the Petronskis move to get away from the town’s prejudices, Maddie is wracked with guilt. She soon realized that allowing her friend to be a bully can be just as bad as acting that way herself. Determined not to let her fear get the best of her again, Maddie braves the scorn of her classmates and stands up to them, making an unlikely friend in the process.

 

CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS - RESERVE YOUR SEAT.
See our local Lincoln starts shine.


 

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SMLL SPRING TRAINING SKILLS CLINIC

Posted By Administration, Friday, January 29, 2016

Spring Training Skills Clinic
  • WHAT:For players of all skill types, professional coaches will work on throwing, hitting and fielding. Scrimmage Game ends the day. This is a great way to prepare for the season or just get back on the playing field with great coaches. Brush off winter cobwebs and have fun doing it!
  • WHEN:January 31, 11:00am-3:00 pm.
  • WHERE:Clover Park "Pit" on the southern-most side of the park.2600 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405
  • HOW MUCH: Clinics are $100 each. Register atsmll.comunder the REGISTRATION Tab.
  • EmailMark Kapczynskiatfundraising@smll.comif interested or registerhereon the website.

FREE Skills Clinic: Family Event #1 of 2016

February 6,10:00 am to 3:00 pm@ Clover Park

  • Players can come to a FREE Spring Training clinic with SMLL coaches helping all age ranges from
  • No Registration Required, come for a little or stay for the whole clinic! Food Trucks available.
  • Fun Scrimmage Games to end the day, parents with gloves welcome!http://www.smll.com
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SMLL TRYOUTS 1/30

Posted By Administration, Friday, January 29, 2016

 

 

Santa Monica's Memorial Park This Weekend
Spring Player Evaluations
LAST EVALUATION WEEKEND!

Saturday January 30from9:00 am - 1:00pm

We had a great time seeing all the returning players improve,
almost as much as we liked seeing all the new players coming into the SMLL.
For all Registered Players, this Saturdayis the last scheduled weekend to get evaluated.
Players aged 8-12, please plan to attend our Evaluation this weekend.
NO SIGNUPS or TIME SLOTS / DROP IN ONLY


JUNIOR DIVISION EVALUATIONS

Saturday February 6from9:00 am - 11:00am

MEMORIAL PARK /
NO SIGNUPS / DROP IN ONLY
Questions? Contact the SMLL Player Agent Todd Gelfand atplayeragent@smll.com.

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YOUTH MARTIAL ARTS AND DEFENSE

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, January 05, 2016

Classes Sponsored by Warrior Youth Programs (A Non-Profit Organization)

A martial arts class designed for self-defense, that includes techniques from many different martial arts styles, including karate, judo, ju-jitsu, muay thai and boxing.  Classes are taught by a Masters Hall of Fame Instructor, who holds the rank of 7th degree black belt.  

CLICK HERE

OR DOWNLOAD THE ATTACHED PDF. FLYER TO LEARN MORE.

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Shrek at the Morgan Wixon Theater

Posted By Kathy Zurich-Lunsford, Wednesday, November 18, 2015

COME SEE SHREK!
Support your friends in
Shrek The Musical
at The Morgan-Wilson Theatre
THIS SUNDAY 11/22 ONLY - 
STUDENT RUSH TICKETS
$15 for Middle School and High School Students
(regular price $23)
Bring your student ID
Box Office Only / No online discounts
Box Office Opens 1:30 PM
Show starts at 2PM
Get there early so you don’t miss out!
MWT
2627 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica 90405
310-838-7519
morgan-wixson.org

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Basketball - Lincoln Middle School

Posted By Kathy Zurich-Lunsford, Monday, November 16, 2015

Click the link below for registration form

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Basketball - Lincoln Middle School

Posted By Kathy Zurich-Lunsford, Monday, November 16, 2015

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Viking Fund (Samohi) Luncheon and Shopping

Posted By Kathy Zurich-Lunsford, Monday, November 02, 2015
"Will your student be participating in athletics at Santa Monica High next year or soon after? Please join the Santa Monica High School VIKING FUND Athletic Booster Club for our annual Tis The Season event, a fun day of boutique shopping and a sit down luncheon. Saturday, Novemeber 14th,  10am to 3pm. Fantastic raffle baskets packed with unique items like hotel stays, sports tickets and spa certificates. Mingle and network with Samo athletic parents, athletic directors and coaches.  Find out how your child can make the SAMO sports teams and help their college dreams.
Profits to benefit SAMO athletic facilities and teams.
For tickets go to CLICK HERE or
email tistheseasonsamo2015@gmail.com for more information.

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ICE in Santa Monica

Posted By Administration, Monday, November 02, 2015

ICE OPENS - SPECIAL CEREMONY November 5th 

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Digital Dragon - After School Classes - Start 11/2/15

Posted By Laurie Finn, Monday, October 26, 2015

 Lots of cool action in our studio! Come join us, in our New Session of classes.

Check out our new line up of favorites along with the brand new Multimedia Studio.  This awesome new course will teach students both the fundamentals of graphic & sound design, as well as develop their artistic instincts & expression...in Photoshop and GarageBand!

Get a head start on those after school plans next month, see our schedule below and sign up here.

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ACADEMY OF LACROSSE

Posted By Karen Rigberg, Sunday, October 25, 2015

 

LEARN LACROSSE AT THE
ACADEMY OF LACROSSE!

FALL/WINTER CLASSES FORMING NOW!

CLICK THE ATTACHED .PDF TO LEARN MORE! 

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Damnation Movie - Office of Sustainability

Posted By Kathy Zurich-Lunsford, Thursday, September 24, 2015

Santa Monica's Office of Sustainability & the Environment along with American Cinematheque and Sustainable Works present: DAMNATION
Damnation is a powerful film odyssey across America that explores the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of our rivers
A Panel discussion moderated by Connor Everts, Executive Director of the Southern California Watershed Alliance will follow the screening.
Panelist will include; Kim O’Cain, Water Resource Specialist with the City of Santa Monica's Office of Sustainability & the Environment, Jacques Leslie, Journalist and author of Deep Water: The Epic Struggle Over Dams, Displaced People and the Environment and Clark Stevens,  Executive Officer of the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains and an architect specializing in habitat restoration.

When: Wednesday, September 30th, 7:30pm
Where: Aero Theatre 1328 Montana Ave. Santa Monica 90403

Prize Drawing for over $400 worth of   merchandise
FREE Admission to Sustainable Works members, the first 100 Santa Monica residents and the first 100 High School and College students (with valid ID)  who reserve their seats at https://damnation-screening.eventbrite.com.
 Not a Sustainable Works Member or High School/College student? Please purchase tickets at http://fur.ly/0/damnationscreening. 
 *Please arrive by 7:10 to guarantee you get a seat
FREE Bike Valet 
Zero Waste Event - Bring Your Reusable Water Bottle
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Late start Wednesday - Coding Class offered

Posted By Administrator, Monday, August 31, 2015

Looking for a late start Wednesday enrichment class, CLICK HERE

CODING CLASSES ARE BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
 
 
Hello Lincoln Middle School Parents and Students!
 
Many of you have inquired about when the next coding course will begin.
 
The Coding School is excited to being this year’s Coding Classes –
JavaScript Coding: Drawing & Animation I & II -- on September 30th at 9am – 9:50am.  (newcomers to coding are welcome)
 
(See attached flyer for details)
 
As many of you are aware, I am a senior at Brown University, and recently completed an internship at The White House in the Office of Innovation and Technology.  I founded The Coding School because I was upset with the lack of preparation and exposure in our country's education system to the most important language and skillset of the 21st century:  computer programming.
 
Luckily, your school is among the first in the country to offer this opportunity for coding classes to middle school students – a huge advantage for students at Lincoln!  Learning how to code is like learning a foreign language or learning algebra; it’s hard, but the earlier one starts to learn, the easier it becomes.  While I can’t promise your children will enjoy coding class more than soccer club or musical theater class, I can promise you that one day in the not-too-distant future when your children are able to be self-starters and entrepreneurs (or to  work in The White House) because of their coding skills, they will be thanking you for putting them into coding classes.
 
Space is limited, so if you would like to secure a spot in the class, begin registration at: http://tinyurl.com/qfodwfk  (students with financial need may contact Lincoln Middle School counselors).   
 
If you have questions about the class, please contact TCS staff at:  LM-thecodingschool@outlook.com
 
Thank you, and I look forward to working with your children again this year and introducing many more to the wonderful world of coding!
 
Sincerely,
 
Kiera Peltz

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Afterschool Tech Classes @ Digital Dragon

Posted By Laurie Finn, Monday, August 24, 2015

School is Back and So Are We!

SIGN-UP NOW FOR CLASSES & ACADEMIES

Because we like to keep things cutting edge and exciting here at Digital Dragon, we're changing up our Fall Class Schedule.

NEW to the slate: Minecraft Modmakers and Maker Masters.
Never Fear - Old favorites are back, too: Minecraft Mania, Coding & Robotics, and Game Design & Character Creation.
Even better - We now have FOUR Academies: App, Game, Video and Robotics

See the entire schedule below and click here to learn more.
Fall registration is now open, so
visit us online or call 424-280-4654.

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LEARN TO FENCE

Posted By Administration, Monday, August 24, 2015

 

Avant Garde Fencers Club 

 

 

Olympic fencing, originally an ancient sport, combines today’s classical combat with modern technology. For centuries fencing was widely practiced at traditional European schools in France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Russia. The sport has enjoyed growing popularity in the USA mainly in the last decade, after US saber fencers Mariel Zagunis and Sada Jacobson medaled at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. The US Fencing Team won more medals at the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Olympic Games. Even President Obama was inspired to fence at the White House with one of US Olympians, Tim Morehouse. Today fencing is truly an international sport.

ALL AGES WELCOME!

2209 Barry Avenue
Los Angeles – CaliforniaUSA – 90064

310 473-8890

info@avantgarde.la
http://avantgardefencersclub.com/

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Meet your favorite authors on June 20!

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, May 20, 2015

COME SEE

  • Jeff Kineey (Diary of a Wimpy Kid), 
  • Dav Pilkey (Captain Underpants), 
  • Lincoln Pierce (Big Nate) and 
  • Stephan Pastis (Timmy Failure and Peals Before Swine) 

Together on stage to benefit school libraries!!

June 20, 2015  1:00, doors open at 12:00 for t-shirt and book purchase
Disney Hall 111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
$35.00

Purchase tickets at www.accessbooks.net or http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0B004EA5D874349A

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SAMOHI SPORTS TRYOUTS

Posted By Karen Rigberg, Wednesday, May 20, 2015

 

CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT 2015-16 SPORTS TRYOUTS

http://www.samohi.smmusd.org/athletics/tryouts.pdf

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Fall Football & Cheer Sign Up 2015

Posted By Deandre parks sr, Tuesday, April 28, 2015
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Avant Garde Fencing - Summer Camp

Posted By Administration, Friday, April 24, 2015

Avant Garde Fencers Club 

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Olympic fencing, originally an ancient sport, combines today’s classical combat with modern technology. For centuries fencing was widely practiced at traditional European schools in France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Russia. The sport has enjoyed growing popularity in the USA mainly in the last decade, after US saber fencers Mariel Zagunis and Sada Jacobson medaled at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. The US Fencing Team won more medals at the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Olympic Games. Even President Obama was inspired to fence at the White House with one of US Olympians, Tim Morehouse. Today fencing is truly an international sport.

 

Your child can learn fencing at any age - and a great way to learn is at our super fun summer camp.  Click here to learn more:  http://avantgardefencersclub.com/camps/

Avant Garde Fencers Club

2209 Barry Avenue
Los Angeles – California
USA – 90064

info@avantgarde.la

310 473-8890

 

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Santa Monica Youth Running Club

Posted By Karen Rigberg, Friday, April 24, 2015

 

 

Hi,

My name's Justin Sardo and I'm a 2014 Samohi grad and current freshman at Williams College. At Samo, I was a top varsity cross-country and mid-distance runner and a team captain in both cross-country and track. I've been coaching running, both privately and in groups for four years.

I started the Santa Monica Youth Running Club three years ago in order to bridge the gap between middle school and high school athletics. The program provides running instruction, strength training, and instruction in stretching and injury prevention - all in a fun, group setting. Middle school athletes looking to get fit as well as those looking towards a future in varsity athletics will find a place in SMYRC. Plus, the cost is by donation, so financial situation should not be a concern.

Past clients include several top varsity runners on the current Samohi girls cross-country and track teams.

The first session begins June 8th. All info is included on our flyer, which is posted on our Facebook page, or which I can send upon request. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if interested.

Best,
Justin

(310) 425-2014
justinsardo@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/santamonicayouthrunningclub

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YMCA 2015 Spring Basketball Information

Posted By Karen Rigberg, Friday, March 20, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGISTRATION EVENTS START APRIL 13! 

Download the attached file for more information 

For More Information Contact:

Peter Arbogast, Youth Basketball Coordinator

(310) 393-2721, ext. 137, ysports@ymcasm.org, www.ymcasm.org

 

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