YOUTH RECREATION PROGRAMS
Jan Letourneau, Recreation Leader
Below is a brief summary of the youth activities offered for the three municipalities listed above. Children must be registered to participate in the programs of their choice. Registration forms are available through the schools and the above municipalities. The number of teams is determined by the number of participants registered on time.
T-Ball: Co-ed program for 5 & 6 year olds designed to teach basics of baseball; approx. 6 week season, usually in June/July.
Baseball (Boys) & Softball (Girls): Season from end of May-end of July; Players need baseball/softball glove & rubber cleats; Children should play at appropriate age levels for safety reasons. Age levels are:
Tennis: Instructional program for ages 8 & up held twice a weekly July-August behind NCCS High School. Players need a tennis racquet & sneakers. For more information contact Linda Fredette at 297-6824.
Arts & Crafts: ages 8 & up; 2 hour classes meet 2 times weekly at 8:00am or 10:00am starting July 8 - July 31, 2013 at the Rouses Point Civic Center. For more information contact Linda Fredette 297-6824.
Reading: ages 5 - 12; meets Thursday from 9:00am - 10:00am (5-8 year olds) and 10:00am - 11:00am (9 & up) starting June 25 - July 30, 2013 at the Rouses Point Dodge Memorial Library. For more information contact Matt Fredette at 297-2665.
Swimming: Red Cross Instructional program for ages 5 & up; 2 three-week sessions held Monday through Friday during July 9 through August 19, 2013 in the NCCS High School pool. For more information contact Kristen Cayea at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Track: Guided running program twice weekly, Monday and Wednesday for 6 weeks beginning June-end July. Ages 12 and under 5:30-6:30PM; 13 and up 6:30-7:30PM at the NCCS High School track. For more information contact Julie Levri at 206-4020 or email@example.com.
Village teams will be combined due to participation numbers & field availability. Returning registration forms on time is important so Clinton County can schedule games. Late registrations will be put on a waiting list for team placement.
Bowling: Free instructional program for ages 5-17; Two 4-week sessions: November and January on Friday nights: November 2-23, 2013 & January 4-25, 2014 at the Bowl Mart, Rte 11 Champlain. For more information contact Ellen Goyette at 297-6106 or Jan Letourneau at 297-6921.
Basketball: Season runs throughout the school season. Contact school and/or Jan Letourneau at 297-6921.
Skiing: North Country Ski & Snowboard Club program for ages 4 & up; season runs December through March; For more information contact Charles Roush, Director at 297-3121 or the NCS&SC website listed below.
Ice Hockey: North Country Youth Hockey program for ages 4 - 18; season runs October through March; For more information click on the link below to the North Country Youth Hockey.
Sign up forms for all activities are available at the local schools at the beginning of their seasons. Further information regarding many recreation programs may be in the Press Republican "Sport Shorts" column or contact Linda Fredette at 297-6824 (Town of Champlain), Michelle Grenon at 297-2041 (Village of Champlain) or Jan Letourneau at 297-6921 (Village of Rouses Point).
Town of Champlain/Villages of Rouses Point and Champlain shall not be responsible for any injury (or loss of property) to any person suffered while playing, practicing, or in any other way involved in the Town Programs for any reason whatsoever, including ordinary negligence on the part of the Town of Champlain/Villages of Rouses Point and Champlain, its agents or employees.