Sports Programming Twist

You’ve scheduled a family fun afternoon at the local park. Staff encourages participants to play softball. Bor-r-ring. It’s time for the first “real” game for the pee-wee soccer camp. Parents and siblings wait 45 minutes for the games to start. Bor-r-r-ing. Fifteen children register for the Kid’s Kraft class. The first project involves coloring a page from a coloring book. Bor-r-r-ing. Learning is Fun Adults and children have numerous opportunities for sports and recreational fun — personal fitness trainers, swim …


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