Indoor Kayaking Attention kayak fans,
join our group of recreational kayakers on
Sunday, February 23 from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
for indoor (the water is 86*) skill practice (this is not an
instructional session). Bring you own well groomed kayak, paddle and safety
gear. All skill levels are welcome. $9 per
craft includes one paddler; additional paddler $4. Preregistration is required;
in person (at 1802 Haworth
Avenue), over the phone (503-537-2909), or online.
Aqua Zumba(TM)Splash you way into
shape with an invigorating low impact pool party at Chehalem Aquatic &
Fitness Center (1802 Haworth Ave)! Get wet, get down, get fit. Just add
water and shake! Try a sample class on Thursday February 20 from 8:30 - 9:15 p.m. or
Friday February 28 from 8:00 - 9:15
a.m. Instructor Jennie Delp says everyone is welcome. Drop-in for $4.25.
For more information contact 503-537-2909.
Small Group Swim
LessonsChehalemAquaticCenter is currently taking registration
for Small Group Session 2-B which
begin Wednesday March 5th or Thursday March
6. With three children per class this 5 lesson set has a great instructor to student
ratio. Morning and evening lessons are available either Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs
with each lesson being 30 minutes in length. Small group prices from $45/$55.
Register early and save $5 per student. Hurry, hurry, hurry, as space is
limited; register in person at 1802 Haworth;
via phone at 503-538-4813; online at www.cprdnewberg.org.
LessonsChehalemAquaticCenter is accepting new clients for
private swim lessons. Private lessons are a one on one teaching format and
lesson structure is modified to meet each clients needs. Private lesson sessions
run twice a week (M/W or Tu/Th). Call 503-537-2909 to be placed on the appointment list.
Cost is $16
per 30 minute lesson(in
LessonsChehalemAquaticCenter offers swim lessons geared to
children who receive schooling at home. These classes are a small group format
meeting twice a week for three weeks and
are scheduled Tuesday/Thursday afternoons from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. AquaticCenter management is happy to work with
families with special scheduling requests. Our next session, Session 2-B begins March 6.
Preregistration is required; in person (at 1802 Haworth Avenue), over the phone
(503-537-2909), or online (www.cprdnewberg.org) Prices from $45/$55
Polo Spring water polo is set to begin the week of February 24th. Players in grades 4 and 5 will
practice Tuesdays and Thursdays for 12 weeks.
Middle school age athletes will practice Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays (for 15 weeks). The 15
week practice schedule for high school age players takes place on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays. All practices will take
place in Newberg at Chehalem Aquatic & Fitness Center at 1802 Haworth
Avenue. Sign up now at the aquatic center, over the phone (503-537-2909) or
on-line at www.cprdnewberg.org. For more
information or program fees call
CPRD welcomes its newest member to the Board of Director, Bart Rierson. The Board appointed Bart at its January meeting, after Larry Anderson vacated his position.
Bart is neither a face new to CPRD or to Newberg. Bart has been resident of Newberg since 1987. A current city councilor, Bart has served on Newberg City Council since 2006.
Bart has been involved with CPRD for years, serving as a CPRD Budget Committee and volunteer. He served as project manager for the Ford Family Leadership Class Chehalem Paddle Launch project, which has become the CPRD Chehalem Paddle Launch. He says his favorite CPRD projects are the Chehalem Paddle Launch and Chehalem Heritage Trails.
Bart's prior Civic involvement activities include Newberg Planning Commission, Newberg Downtown Revitalization Committee, City of Newberg Budget Committee, Newberg City Club Member, Graduate of Chamber of Commerce and Ford Family Leadership programs.
1. If you have questions as to whether CARE is open during inclement weather, check our website at cprdnewberg.org, our blog, Facebook and Twitter or call the registration desk located at Chehalem Aquatic and Fitness Center at 503-538-7454 or 503-537-2909 (Staff will begin answering phones at 5:30 a.m.).
2. It is our intent to offer a safe, secure environment for the children and their families. Please help us by providing current emergency Contact information. If your infomation changes, it is imperative that we have the revised infomation.
3. If there is a winter alert and schools are closing, C.A.R.E. will be cancelled as well. There will be no credit given for up to the first three Weather-related school/CARE closure days. Credit will be given for any additional closure days after the ñIst three days.
4. If the school district calls a two-hour delayl We will attempt to open our CARE sites as soon as possible (road conditions permitting) but we may not be on site until after 7 a.m. (usually by daylight) because of icy conditions. Call your CARE site to ensure the leader is there before attempting to drop your off.
5. In the case of a “two-hour delay”, CARE staff will remain with the children until schools begin, We will provide eXtra activities for those extra two hours to keep the children busy. There is no additional charge for these “two-hour delays”.
6. When a weather delay tunis into a school closure, please come pick your child up as soon as possible. It would be advisable for you to check Weather conditions infomation throughout the day. The sooner your child can be picked up, the safer the situation 'for himf'her.
7. In case of a school closure that may occur later in the school day, the school district will decide to close the facilities as soon as possible. Because of safety concerns, CARE Will not open the afternoon program at the schools. The Community Center CARE site leaders will contact you to pick up your child as soon as possible.
Again, thank you for enuusting us with the daycare needs of your child. If you have any concerns or questions, please contact Lynne Patrick at 503-619-5224.