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The fourth annual Cow "Chip" Bingo
fundraising event is today (Saturday, May 15), at the YMCA Activity
Center, 719 Wyatt Ave., from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Cow Bingo tickets are
available at $15 each for a chance to win $750. This YMCA Healthy
Kids Day event is FREE to attend and will include a three-in-one
inflatable bouncer, games and contests, face painting, free hot dogs
and drinks, preschool stations, and so much more. Look for local
agencies: Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce with the
Watermelon Car, Logan County Sheriff's Department, Lincoln Fire
Department and more. There will also be various raffles so bring
extra money. Gastrointestinal fun is sure to happen!
For information on
Lincoln Area YMCA programs and events, visit the downtown office, 604 Broadway St.,
Suite 1; call 735-3915; or visit
www.lincolnymca.org. The YMCA Activity Center is at 719 Wyatt Ave.
YMCA Girls Basketball Camp is scheduled June 21-24 for girls
in first through sixth grade. Join Carol Wilson, Lincoln College
women's basketball coach, as she instructs participants in the
fundamentals of basketball, including dribbling, passing, shooting
and defense. This camp will be at the Lincoln Center on the Lincoln
College campus. Register today to avoid any fee increases.
your kids in kindergarten through eighth grade to the Lincoln Elks
Club golf course for a week of golfing fun. YMCA Golf Clinic
Session A will be June 21-24. Participants will be taught the
fundamentals of golf, including club choice, form, stance and swing
technique. Lessons will be customized to improve each participant's
Gather your kids ages 4-6 for a summer of sporting fun.
Weeball will be May 29-June 19, when participants will be taught
basic baseball skills, including the proper way to throw, catch, hit
and run bases. An abbreviated game will also be played. Sports of
All Sorts will run June 14-17 and will introduce kids to the
various skills necessary to play soccer, basketball, baseball and
football. This is a great way to see which sport interests your
Travel "Around the World in 4 Days" with the YMCA Summer Art
Camp. Join art instructor Marion Doble as she helps participants
make art from many countries, including masks from Africa, painting
from France and so much more. This program is for kids in first
through sixth grade and will meet June 21-24 from 9 to 11 a.m. at
the Y Activity Center. Registration deadline is June 4.
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YMCA swim lessons begin June 21 at the Lincoln Elks Club
pool, with either morning or evening sessions. This program is for
kids 6 months to 12 years with various skill levels. Hurry in to
ensure you have a spot as this program fills up quickly.
Registrations for the Y's summer camp program -- Kid
Camp and Preteen Camp -- are still being accepted at an
increased rate. Both camps will be at the Y Activity Center from
6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Participants in both summer camps will enjoy
daily activities including games, arts and crafts, character
development lessons, swimming, field trips, and so much more.
[Text from file received from
Lincoln Area YMCA]