b'Yo u thNet Generation Tennis Baking with Kids at Reiche!the Portland Parks, recreation & facilities dept. is growing theirdoes your child love to bake, or have they always wanted to youth tennis program by utilizing net generation for the secondlearn to bake? if so, consider signing them up for this 5-week year. Led by an approved net generation coach, the programprogram devoted to teaching kids the art of baking! in this pro-will focus on developing the skills to serve, rally, and scoreso itsgram kids will learn food/kitchen safety skills, proper measuring perfect for first time tennis players! Once the skills are there, theand mixing techniques, and how to bring fun to the kitchen. we kids will be playing fun organized team matches. this programplan on having a fun and safe time baking things like cupcakes, will use modified tennis balls and court sizes so players can learncookies, brownies, and pies. & play the game without the stress of leaving their comfort zone. dates: tuesdaysApril 23, 30 may 7, 14, 21dates:time: 5:45 pm7:00 pmSpring Session ages: grades 37saturday mornings may 4, 11, 18, June 1, 8, 15 location: reiche community centergrades 12, 9:0010:00 am (red ball)instructor: christiana vineygrades 35, 10:0011:00 am (orange ball) fee: $50 non-resident: $60grades 68, 11:00 amnoon (green ball) min/max: 6/12Summer Session deadline: nonetuesday eveningsJuly 9, 16, 23, 30 August 6,13 fee Waiver eligible: yesgrades 12, 4:305:30 pm (red ball) fmi: call 808-5400 or contact Jon call at 874-8873,grades 35, 5:306:30 pm (orange ball) jcall@portlandmaine.govgrades 68, 6:307:30 pm (green ball)location: deering oaks tennis courts Creative Crittersinstructor: ustA staffthis program will consist of reading, creative writing, andWhat should i bring? comfortable athletic clothing, sneakersillustrating! the structure of the program will be rather loose, required, water bottlebut with the guidance of the program leader gianna, the kids will be able to brainstorm ideas, read parts of their favorite fee: $65 non-resident: $75 books/comics/poems/etc., create illustrations, and possibly min/max: 12 per session work on making a short story that will include writings and illustrations from all participants. Participants will be given a deadline: friday, may 3 composition notebook for all their creative work that will be fee Waiver eligible: *50% fee waiver available to qualifyingtheirs to keep at the end of the program! players during application process dates: tuesdays April 23, 30, may 7, 14, 21, 28, (6 weeks)fmi: driscoll@newengland.usta.com time: 5:00 pm6:30 pmAll players receive a ustA Junior team tennis t-shirt, an ages: grades 25age-appropriate ball, and racket if new to the program! location: reiche community centerWE NEED PARENT VOLUNTEERS instructor: gianna dudleyNo prior experience necessary if interested, contact Eric Driscoll What should i bring? optional Participants can bring their own materials that they enjoy using such as pencils (lead & colored), markers/drawing pens, favorite books/comics/reading materials, but the instructor will supply all necessary materials for program.fee: $60 non-resident: $60min/max: 6/10deadline: tuesday, April 16fee Waiver eligible: yesfmi: call 808-5400 or Jon call at 874-8873 jcall@portlandmaine.gov8 P o r t l a n d r e c r e a t i o n P r o g r a m g u i d e'