Park district notes
Logan, program coordinator
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The Lincoln Park District is offering a
Beginners Cake Decorating class Saturday, April 16, from 1:30 to
3:30. This is designed for adults. Cindy Dunovsky will be the
instructor. She has been decorating professionally for over 12 years
and is the mother of two children. She will teach you the basics of
decorating your cakes and making them more special. Participants
will learn to use a pastry bag and apply different techniques in
piping frosting trim and making simple flowers. Techniques for
coloring icing and making theme-shaped (i.e., football, Easter egg,
etc.) and decorated cakes will be offered as well.
Participants should bring a Wilton flower-tip pastry bag kit, the
large tip set, an 8-inch angled spatula, and two 8-inch cakes,
already baked. The cakes may be of any kind, and they may be square
or round. Cakes should not be frosted and should be at room
temperature. Frosting will be provided. To reserve a spot in the
class, call the park district at 732-8770. Fees apply.
district is still accepting baseball and softball registrations
for boys and girls. The boys' evaluations will be Saturday, April
16, on the south triplex ball diamonds. Girls will have no
evaluations. Please have your child or children signed up before
April 16. No late fees apply.
Registration for adult softball is still open too.
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The park district will host an Umpire's Clinic
on Tuesday, May 17, at 6:30 p.m. Anyone high school age and over who
is interested in umpiring boys baseball or girls softball for the
park district should attend this free clinic. Jerry Pagel, head
umpire and coordinator of officials, will lead the clinic in the
Craft Room. Rule changes and updates will be covered. Pagel will
accept both patched and un-patched officials. Please RSVP to him at
735-1388. Attendance is strongly encouraged for those wanting to
work park district games.
[Text from file received from Roy Logan,
Lincoln Park District]