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[OCT. 18, 2006]  "Scrap-In-A-Snap!" This is a brand-new scrapbooking program offered at the Lincoln Park District. Sue Berker, an independent demonstrator for Stampin' Up, is the instructor. Berker, a veteran crafter, has years of experience in card and scrapbook making. Join her Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. She will teach mother-daughter teams or any combination of two people. The cost is $30 for the day, and most supplies will be provided to make 10 two-page layouts. There will be door prizes every hour and free gifts for registering another team. Registration and payment must be received at Lincoln Park District by Oct. 21. A supply list will be provided at the time of registration.

As fall approaches and the days become shorter, many people are returning to the indoors for their workouts. The park district now offers its Senior Stride and Social program all year long. Seniors may use the indoor walking area for just $1 per visit. As winter approaches and the program celebrates its 10th anniversary, the park district will offer coffee, snacks and information on health issues important to seniors. The district will also offer three-month memberships at six different levels. Included are full access memberships, giving use of the entire facility; circuit pass, which allows admittance to the cardio equipment and use of the track and court; and the entry-level membership, track and court. Full access and circuit pass memberships include any aerobic classes for no extra charge. Call 732-8770 for more information. In-district and out-of-district prices are also offered at this quarterly rate.

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We are just weeks away from hearing "trick or treat." Once again the park district offers Halloween FunFest for all the area trick-or-treaters fifth grade and under. Mark your calendars for Oct. 30 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at 1400 Primm Road. Costumes will be judged throughout the evening. Maple Ridge Care Centre invites you to trick or treat with the residents from 4 to 5:30 p.m. only.

When we move our activities indoors, naturally our minds go from football to basketball. The Junior Railers program for boys will start registrations on Monday, Oct. 23, at the front desk. The last day to register will be Nov. 12. Grading to place teams will take place on Nov. 11. The season will start on Dec. 2 and run through mid-February. Practices will be scheduled by the coaches. Fees are $35 per player in the LCHS school district and $17.50 for each additional player from the same family.

[Lincoln Park District news release from Roy Logan, program coordinator]

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