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Youth golf clinics available in ‘08 Firebirds to light up stage
After-school golf clinics for students ages 6 to 11 are available at Bear Creek Golf The Willis Junior High School band, under the direction of John Studzinski,
Complex. Each four-week session includes eight one-hour classes, meeting 4 to 5 perform at the Jan. 11, 2008 Arizona Music Educators Conference.
p.m. twice per week on either Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday.
Willis was the only junior high selected to perform during the conference held at
Participants are introduced to putting, chipping, pitching, bunker shots and the
the Marriot Convention Center in downtown Mesa. Studzinski says his band was
full swing with irons and woods during each session. In addition, they learn safety,
selected after their outstanding performances during state jazz band festivals in
golf etiquette, sportsmanship and the rules of golf.
previous years. The Firebird jazz band was awarded a “Superior” rating at three of
Two age groups, 6 to 8 and 9 to 11, golf on Bear Creek’s Cub Course one day per
the music festivals they attended last year.
week and receive instruction the other day.
The band, which comprises 18 concert band members who practice before
Youth Club sessions dates are Jan. 14 through Feb. 7, 2008; Feb. 11 through Mar.
school each day, will prepare four different styles of big band music for the event.
6, 2008; Mar. 31 through April 24, 2008; and April 28 through May 23, 2008. Fees
are $80 per session, per child, and include PGA professional instruction, unlimited
range balls and Cub course access during classes.
Coloring contest for young artists
Each child participating in the camps also pays an annual registration fee of $45,
which covers all instruction booklets and materials from US Kids Golf, plus a hat
Chandler youth are invited to enter “Maggie’s Adventure Coloring Contest” for
and a sleeve of golf balls. Children previously enrolled in the 2007 Summer Junior
a chance to win a $25 gift certifi cate for art supplies.
Golf Camps are not required to pay this fee.
The contest is sponsored by Chandler resident Anna Dalhaimer Bartkowski,
For program details and registration forms, visit www.bearcreekgolfcomplex. who recently authored Maggie Visits Grandpa, a 30-plus page coloring book in
com, click on Golf Instruction and scroll down to Junior Golf Programs, or call which Maggie learns about her family history at her fi rst sleepover.
480-883-8200. Completed registration forms with payment can be delivered to the First-place winners receive $25 gift certifi cates to Michael’s, The Arts & Crafts
Bear Creek Golf Complex Golf Shop at 500 E. Riggs Rd. Session sizes are limited,
Store and their own copies of Maggie Visits Grandpa. Runners-up win a copy of
and registrations are accepted on a space-available basis.
Maggie Visits Grandpa. Prizes are awarded in each of the following age groups: 2 to
5 years, 6 to 9 years, 10 to 14 years and older than 14.
Entry forms and complete contest rules are available at Java Spot, 1915 E.
Chandler Blvd., Chandler; T’z Marketplace, 58 San Marcos Pl., Chandler; Mind
Over Splatter, 64 S. San Marcos Pl., Chandler; Michael’s, 3771 S. Gilbert Rd.,
Schoolyard Habitat Foundation announced its third annual Schoolyard Wildlife Forms can also be downloaded at maggiesadventure.blogspot.com
. All entries
Habitat Contest, open to all Kindergarten through 12th-grade Maricopa County must be received by Feb. 9, 2008.
schools. Submissions must be received by March 1, 2008. For more info, visit members.cox.net/infiniteadventure
The winner receives a wildlife habitat worth as much as $10,000 for his or her email@example.com
school, containing native trees, shrubs and plants, an organic water feature and
other features designed to attract various wildlife.
According to contest organizers, schoolyard habitats can offer many teaching
and learning opportunities in subjects as varied as science and biology to social
studies and art. The Schoolyard Habitat Foundation is a nonprofi t organization
Paige Anglin of Ryan Elementary and Katana Misseldine of Shumway Elementary
in Chandler with Allison Carloni of Edu-Prize School in Gilbert will have their artwork
committed to bring a wildlife habitat to every Kindergarten through 12-grade
featured in the 2008 Valley Metro Cool Bus STUFF calendar. The three are part of 13
school in Maricopa County.
winning entries chosen out of 428 total entrants consisting of third-graders from around
For entry forms, contest rules and more information, visit
the Valley. Info: 602-262-4001.
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