Registration Information - Town of Cumberland

Registration Information - Town of Cumberland

Registration Information

Mailing Address

Cumberland Community Education/Recreation,

290 Tuttle Rd, Cumberland Maine 04021

Telephone: 207-829-2208 Fax: 207-829-2214

Office Hours:

Monday –Wednesday 8:00 am–5:00 pm

Thursday 8:00 am–6:00 pm

Friday Closed

Cumberland’s Web Site:

When do I register

Program registration for Cumberland/North

Yarmouth residents upon receipt of brochure.

Non-residents can register Monday May 17th.

How do I register

Call or Visit! Registration is accepted in many

convenient ways: in person, by mail, by phone

with credit card over $25.00. Priority will be given

on a first-come, first- serve basis. We encourage

walk-in registrations to ensure your placement

in a class! Fax, phone or by mail with credit cards

will be assessed a $2.00 handling fee. All fees must

be paid at the time of registration. Please make

checks payable to the Town of Cumberland.

Will I be sent confirmation

We do not send or call with confirmations.

Consider yourself and/or your children enrolled in

the course(s) of your choice when you send in a completed

registration form and payment. Many classes

and programs have limited enrollments, and may fill.

What are your cancellation policies

We will notify you if the class has been cancelled

or changed. We reserve the right to cancel or

consolidate any program that does not meet

minimum participant registration numbers. Avoid

disappointment and please register promptly.

Program updates and cancellations due

to inclement weather will be announced

on our web site and answering machine.

If after hours please call 829-2208.

How do I get a refund

If we cancel a class or activity, all fees will be

refunded. If you withdraw at least 2 business days

before the first class you receive a refund or credit

slip minus a $5–$25 processing fee (i.e. ski or day

camps will be $25 - non-refundable processing

fee). If you withdraw less than 2 business days

prior to the first class, you may opt for 50% refund

or 50% credit. If you withdraw after the first class

no refund or credit. Refund processing takes up

to two weeks. We do not provide cash refunds.

What if I have questions

Call Cumberland Community Education and

Recreation at 829-2208.

What is a senior citizen discount

Senior citizen discount(s) are stated

throughout our brochure . The discount

applies to seniors who are 65 or older.

What are the fees

Fee are stated at the end of each program write-up.

Non-Residents will pay an additional $10.00 .


Table of Contents

Registration Information.............................................. 3

Magic Dragon/Mommy and Me Movement.......4

Middle School Camp...................................................... 5

Summer Adventure Camp.......................................... 6

Youth Summer Enrichment........................................ 7

Youth Swim Lessons..................................................8, 9

Soccer Camps/Clinics ...........................................10, 11

Fall Soccer..........................................................................12

Girls Basketball.................................................................13

Boys Basketball................................................................14

Youth Sports ....................................................................15

SMCC Classes ...................................................................16

Youth Golf/Tennis Camp.............................................17

Summer Camps/Summer Fun........ ................18, 19

Lifelong Learning...........................................................20

Teen Enrichment............................................................21

Adult Trips................................................................... 22,23

Val Halla Golf Course.....................................................24

Val Halla Golf Course/Adult Tennis......................, 25

Adult Fitness.....................................................................26

Adult Swim........................................................................27

Farmers Market................................................................28

Community Bulletin ................................................29,30

Registration Forms .........................................................31


Brian Bickford, Recreation Director

Peter Bingham, Program Coordinator

Sarah Davis, Adult Education Director

Cindy Stennett, Administrative Assistant

Chris Logan, Parks Foreman

William Shane, Town Manager

Robert G. Hasson, Jr., Superintendent

Abbreviation Key:

DRS.......................................(Drowne Road School)

GHS.......................................... (Greely High School)

NYMS .....................(N. Yarmouth Middle School)

GMS .....................................(Greely Middle School)

WCCH ...............................(West Cumberland Hall)

CTC........... (Chebeague Transportation Co. Lot)

PML ................................ (Prince Memorial Library)

CTH ...................................(Cumberland Town Hall)

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Magic Dragon Pre School Camp

Limited enrollment. Sign up early!

This is a play-oriented program designed to meet the needs of pre-kindergarten 4 and 5 year olds. A

variety of developmentally appropriate activities will be offered in the following areas: art, music,

dramatic play, language arts, science as well as fine and gross motor activities. Each week the campers

will take a field trip on a school bus, generally on Thursday mornings. This camp is a wonderful way

for your child to get acclimated to Wilson School! Children should bring a snack each day- no breakable

containers, please! Note: Children must be 4 years old prior to June 28, 2010 (No exceptions)

Theme Weeks

Week 1: June 28–July 2

Field trip: Pineland Farms

Week 2: July 5–9

Field trip: TBA.

Week 3: July 12– 16

Field trip: Cousin’s Island in Yarmouth

Week 4: July 19–23

Field trip: Gray Animal Park

Week 5: July 26–30

Field trip: Arctic Museum at Bowdoin College

Week 6: Aug 2-6

Field trip: Winslow Park

Theme Weeks

Week 1: On the Farm

Week 2: It’s A Bug’s Life

Week3: Under The Sea

Week4: Jungle Extravagaza

Week5: Arctic Life

Week6: Let’s Get Wet

Wilson School, Mon–Fri, 9-noon (Campers must not arrive prior to 8:45am)

Fee per week: $105 res/ $115 non-res

No Phone Registration

Mommy and Me Movement Classes! (For Ages 4 months – 3 years)

Instructor: Jennifer Gifford

We’ll move, groove, wiggle and giggle! Exercise fun for the toddler & parent/caregiver! This

class will help develop child’s fine and gross motor skills, visual-auditory awareness, rhythm,

socialization, strength and flexibility. We will enjoy musical instruments, ball play, finger

play, parachute, puppets and more! Note: Parent/caregiver participation is required.

Friday, July 16 - August 13 Prince Room at PML 9:15 -10:00am

Fee: $30res /40 non-res per session

$20 for second child in same family


Middle School Camp

Middle School Summer Adventure Camp 2010

Youth currently in grades 6 & 7

The Middle School Summer Adventure program is designed specifically for middle school

youth. This program will be on-site (GHS) on Mondays and away on field trips Tuesday,

Wednesday, Thursday. No program on Fridays. Field trips will range from hiking, rafting,

kayaking to beach days. General hours for camp will be 9:00am – 3:00pm; some field trips will

have extended hours. (i.e. bus leaving at 8:00am and returning at 4:30pm). No discounts

Session 1: June 28–July 1 Fee: $165.00 res /$175.00 non-res

Session 2: July 5–July 8 Fee: $165.00 res/$175.00 non-res

Session 3: July 12–July 15 Fee: $165.00 res/$175.00 non-res

Session 4: July 19–July 22 Fee: $165.00 res/$175.00 non-res

Session 5: July 26–July 29 Fee: $165.00 res/$175.00 non-res

Session 6: Aug 2–Aug 5 Fee: $195.00 res/$205.00 non-res

White Water Rafting Trip

Session 7: Aug 9–Aug 12 Fee:$165.00 res/$175.00 non-res

All fees must be paid in full at time of registration.

*A $25.00 per week /per student non-refundable fee will be charged if you should drop.

No Phone Registrations

Registration Deadline: Wednesday prior to each session, provided there is space.

Tentative trip schedule will be online late May at

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Summer 2010 Day Adventure Camp

Summer Adventure Day Camp

Location: Greely Middle School

Day camp themes will concentrate on activities

and socialization for youth grades K-5. Structured

activities include arts & crafts, games, drama and

sports. The afternoon schedule consists of swimming,

games, special activities, and theme events.

Campers are divided in to three groups, according

to current grade 2009-2010 school year. Camp

hours are from 8:45am–3:00pm, campers please

do not arrive before unless doing extended hours

Grades K & 1 (Juniors)

Grades 2 & 3 (Middlers)

Grades 4 & 5 (Seniors)

Session 1: .................................................June 28– July 2

American Spirit Week,

Field trip: Funtown


Session 2:........................................July 5–July 9

Friendship week, Field trip: Range Pond


Session 3:...................................................July 12–July 16

Around The World Week

Field Trip : Crescent Beach


Session 4:.........................................July 19–July 23

Adventure Week, Field Trip: York’s Wild Animal



Session 5:...................................................July 26–July 30

Splish Splash Week,Field Trip: Splashtown


Session 6:.....................................................Aug 2–Aug 6..

Circus Week, Field Trip: Circus Smirkus on Thursday


Session 7:.....................................................Aug 9–Aug 13

Water Week, Field Trip: Aquaboggan


Non-Resident please add $10.00 more

per week/per person

Camp Fees:

2 children in same family doing same 1 week

session /2nd child fee is $128. per session

Extended Hours:

Extended Hours-available Mon. - Fri. 7:00am-

5:30pm for an additional fee of $60.00 per week/

per child. Sorry no discounts on extended hours.

Materials to bring to camp:

Swim Suit, Bathing cap, Snacks,

Towel, Lunch, and Liquids


Each camper must bring a lunch marked with the

campers name. No glass containers, please! A camp

store will be opened for certain times of the day and

they will have juice, water and other snacks for your

campers to purchase.

Note: Please register in person at the Recreation Office

for day camp & extended hours.All fees must be paid

in full at time of registration A $25.00 per week /

per camper fee will be charged if you should drop.

Registration Deadline:

Each Wednesday prior to each session provided

there is space. No Phone Registration



“Wilderness Wonders: Outdoor

Adventures Under The Big Top”

August 5 & 6 daily at 1 & 6pm

Merriconeag Waldorf School

57 Desert Rd Freeport, ME

Tickets on sale at after

May 1st & at Royal River Natural Foods


Summer Enrichment

“Little Stars” Creative Drama Camp

& Show!

Director: Jennifer Gifford

A drama camp focused on FUN! Come build

Creative Thinking, Confidence, Self-Esteem, Speaking

and Acting Skills through Movement, Improv,

Voice, and Characters! This creative journey will

include dramatic play, story enactment, imagination

exploration, theatre games, music, dance

and more! Each week will culminate in a show for

parents at 11:30am on Friday. Please bring a snack

and drink everyday.

Current Grades K&1

Monday- Friday June 28 - July 2

Wilson 9:00am -12noon

Fee: $130res / $140 non-res

Current Grades 2&3

Monday – Friday July 5 - July 9

Wilson 9:00am - 12noon

Fee: $130 / $140 non-res

Mad Science Science Sleuths

(Current grade K-4 Fall 2009)

Go inside a scientist’s lab and discover the secrets

you’ve always wondered about. Use your skills as

a chemist to make your own radical reactions with

batteries, a chemical clock, and more. Compare

fingerprints and discover the mysteries of DNA as

you fine-tune your secret agent skills. Make “brain

goo” and check out your bones as you travel the

organ trail and uncover the secrets of your own

body. Become a Mad Science detective and use

your forensic skills to solve the “great Cookie


Monday –Friday July 12–16

Wilson Art Room 9–3pm

$225/ $235non-res

Mad Science 3,2,1,... Blast Off!

(Current grade K-4 Fall 2009)

Mad Science invites you to launch your knowledge

of flight as you build your very own rockets.

Experiment with different kinds of propulsion

systems as you use your new knowledge to blast

off, track and recover different kinds of rockets.

Treat your stomach to some rocket snacks. Have a

“Rockin” good time at this rocket camp!

Monday- Friday July 26–30

Wilson Art Room 9am–3pm

Fee:$225/ $235 non-res


Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Summer Evening Youth Swim Lesson

Tuesdays & Thursdays

GHS pool

Session 1- June 29 – July 22 (8 lessons)

Session 2- July 27 – August 19 (8 lessons)

Parent/ Child 6:00 – 6:30pm

Fee: $40 res/ $50 non-res

Preschool 1, 2 & 3 6:30 – 7:00pm

Fee: $45 res/ $55 non-res

Youth Swim Lessons

Summer Morning Swim Lessons

Monday through Thursday

(8 lessons per session)

GHS pool

Session 1-June 28 – July 8

Session 2- July 12 – 22

Session 3- July 26 – August 5

Session 4- August 9 - 19

Parent/Child 8:30-9:00am

Fee per session$40 res/ $50 non-res

Preschool 1, 2 & 3 9:00-9:30am

Fee per session: $45res/ $55 non-res


Level 1, 2, 3 & 4 7:00 – 7:30 pm

Fee: $45 res/ $55 non-res

All participants with hair collar length or

longer must wear bathing caps. Parents, swimmers

and spectators are required to remove

your shoes before entering the pool area.

Level 1, 2, & 3 9:30-10:10am

Note: Must be 6 years old

Fee per session: $45res/ $55 non-res

Level 3, 4 & 5 10:15 – 10:55am

Note: Must be at least Level 3

Fee per session: $45res/ $55 non-res

Open Swim / Lap Swim

Summer pool schedule will be available at the

Community Education/Recreation Office and

online at

beginning June 1


Youth Swim Class Descriptions

Parent/Child Swim: (30 min)

For parent and child between the ages of 1 to 3 years.

The purpose of this class is to familiarize families

with the pool. This class is not designed to teach

children to survive in the water on their own. A major

focus of this class will be to have fun with your child.

Instruction will be geared to the parent. A clean swim

diaper is required under a snug fitting bathing suit.

Preschool 1: (30 min) The purpose of this class

is to introduce children ages 4 and 5 to the pool

in a small group setting without the parent in the

water. While having fun and playing games the

child will learn to follow simple instructions from

the teacher: blowing bubbles, kicking, paddling,

floating and all done with the support of the teacher.

Teaching safety is a major component of this class.

Preschool 2&3: (30 min) For the more

advanced preschooler to build on the basic

aquatic skills learned in Preschool 1.

Level 1: (40 min) Age 6 and up for the non-swimmer

to learn about being safe in a pool environment.,

and the skills necessary to begin to learn to swim.

Children will learn to practice blowing bubbles,

submerging their face, front and back floats, glides,

treading water and paddling. All skills are performed

with the physical support of the teacher if necessary.

Level 3: (40 min) For children ages 6 and up to

build on the skills learned in Level 2. New skills

introduced include jumping in from the side,

diving, rotary breathing, survival float, various

kicks, front crawl and elementary backstroke. The

big emphasis at this level is the child is learning

to swim independently using front crawl.

Level 4: (40 min) For children who can demonstrate

all the skills introduced in Level 3. In

addition to building on those skills the child will

learn back crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly,

survival swimming, and more diving skills.

Level 5: (40 min) For children who can demonstrate

all the skills from Level 4. In addition to

refining all the strokes the child will learn tuck

and surface dives, flip turns, and more diving

skills. New safety skills will be introduced.

Swimmers with hair that is collar length or longer

must wear bathing caps. Available from lifeguards ($2)

Level 2: (40 min) For children ages 6 and up child

will learn and practice safety skills along with building

on level 1. The major difference is the child is

learning these skills independently of his teacher: fully

submerge head and bobbing, kicking, front and back

floats, tread water, gliding and basic paddle stroke.

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Soccer Camps

Ranger Soccer Camp

Director: Mike Andreasen

Boys & Girls, Current Grade: 1-8

This camp is designed to meet the needs of each player

based on his or her age and skill level. The major

emphasis of the camp stresses the fundamentals needed

to play a controlled game of soccer. Without the fundamentals,

it is very difficult to implement a system of play.

Player will be grouped according to the level where

they can achieve the most success. Controlled

tactical sessions will be featured in order to

develop a higher level of play. For more information

please call Mike Andreasen (829-4589).

Half Day Camp

Current Grades 1 & 2

Jun 21–25

Monday 2:00-5:00pm

Tue.-Fri., 9:00–12:00pm

Fee: $90 res/$100 non-res


Full Day Camp

Current Grades 3–8

Jun 21–25

Monday 2:00-8:00pm

Tue–Thur., 9:00–3:00pm

Fri., 9:00am–12:00pm

Fee: $140 res/$150 non-res


North American Soccer Camp

(Formerly MLS Camp)

Cumberland Recreation has contracted with NASC to

provide a quality teaching program for youth interested

in soccer. Coaches are mostly British, with a strong

background in teaching soccer as a fun and exciting

sport. See specific age group camps listed below:

Dates: Mon - Fri, Aug. 16 - 20

Twinbrook Recreation Area

Young To Intermediate

Boys & Girls, Ages 7 - 14

(entering grades 2-8)

Time: 9:00 am-12 noon

Fee: $110 res. / $120 non-res

Advanced Training Program

Boys & Girls, Ages 10 - 14

(entering grades 5-8)

Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, Monday –Thursday

9am-noon, Friday

Fee: $150 res / $160 non-res

Registration forms online


Soccer Clinics

Soccer Clinics

Instructors: Mike Andreasen & Staff

Beginners: Boys & Girls Ages 5 & 6

*Note: Must be age 5 as of June 28th .

This clinic is for boys and girls who have had no

experience in the game of soccer and is designed

to teach agility, ball control and to work on motor

skills. Each participant will work with his/her

own soccer ball during the learning session.

Mon., Wed., Fri.

8:15 - 9:00 am

Advanced Beginners: Boys & Girls Ages 6 & 7

For boys and girls who have had no experience

in the game of soccer. The program is designed

to teach agility, ball control and to work on motor

skills. Each participant will work with his/her

own soccer ball during the learning session.

Advanced Boys Ages 8 - 12

The Advanced Clinic is devoted to the mastery

of ball skills and ball control. Each player will

have a ball to work with in each clinic. All drills

in this clinic are conducted under pressure. Each

session will include a 6 vs. 6 small sided game with

emphasis placed on pressure and movement.

Mon., Wed., Fri.

11:00-12:00 noon

Advanced Girls Ages 8 -12

The Advanced Clinic will concentrate on improving

present skill levels plus an added emphasis on tactile

skill (decision making). All drills at this level will be

under pressure situations. Games will be played to

allow players to use skills learned in a game situation.

Mon., Wed., Fri. .

11:00-12:00 noon

Mon., Wed., Fri.

9:15 - 10:00am

Intermediate Boys: Ages 7 & 8

Designed for the player who has graduated from the

beginner sessions. One half of the daily clinic will be

devoted to skill work with the ball, while the second-half

of each daily clinic will consist of small sided games.

Mon., Wed., Fri.

10:00-11:00 am

June 28– July 30

Fee: $38 res / $48 non-res

GHS Fields

**Inclement weather- please check site. Cancellation

makeups or bonus sessions are the first week of August

Intermediate Girls: Ages 7 & 8

The next step after the beginner level, which

allows participants to further their soccer skills.

Skill work and game situation creativity will

be stressed. Games will be played daily.

Mon., Wed., Fri.

10:00-11:00 am

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


CNY United Soccer

CNY United Soccer

Formerly Cumberland/No. Yarmouth

AYSO Soccer League

This is an intra-community soccer league for grades 1 -

5. Games will be played on Saturday mornings beginning

September 11. Some of the benefits of soccer are:

Small sided teams (6 vs 6)

Trained and certified coaches and referees

Each player must play at least half of game

Balanced teams.

Gender specific teams.

Games within community.

Uniforms (included in fee)

Positive coaching & good sportsmanship

One practice session per week

1st Grade Soccer League

The First Grade Program will meet on Saturdays .

All first graders, boys & girls, will gather mid-day

for an hour of fun games, skill building and

small-sided (3 versus 3) scrimmages. Players will

receive a soccer jersey and their own size 3 ball.

The program will begin on Saturday, September 11th.

6th Grade Soccer League

Teams will be gender specific, inter-community

schedule; (Yarmouth, Falmouth, S. Portland, Gorham,

Freeport, etc.) Team games will be 8 vs 8, using

a ¾ field length. Practices will be once or twice

per week, games will be scheduled late Saturday

mornings or afternoons. Balanced teams; everyone

plays at least ½ of game; and good sportsmanship

is emphasized. Mouth guard required.

Schedule TBA.

CNY United Soccer

Formerly Cumberland/No.

Yarmouth AYSO Soccer League

Registration for Fall Soccer

Boys & Girls entering grades (1 – 6)

Wednesday May 26 or Thursday May 27

6:00 –7:30pm Drowne Road Multi -purpose Rm

FMI: Kara Morrison,

Bethany Hanley,

Eliza Miller,


Girls Basketball/Lacrosse

Girls Basketball Camp (grade 1-6)

Instructor: Brittany Gregoricus

Boys Lacrosse Camp

Instructor: Casey Abbott

Players focus on understanding the game and

learning fundamental skills: dribbling, passing, and

shooting. Low-structured games give players an

opportunity to practice their skills. Practice sessions

emphasizing team work along with skill development.

July 5 - 9

Mon-Fri 9:00am—12 noon

Fee: $50res/$60 non-res

Greely High School Gym

Incoming 6th to 8th grade:

July 5 - 9th 9am – Noon

Fee: $100 res/$110 non-res

Greely Middle School Field

Incoming 9th to 12th grade:

July 12 -16th 9am – Noon

Fee: $125 res/$135 non-res

Greely Middle School Field

7th and 8th grade girls

Coach Goodman:

Mon & Wed 9:45 - 11am

June 21 - July29th GHS gym.

Coed Basketball Clinics

Instructor: Ken Marks & Staff

Grades K & 1 Co-ed program.

A fun introduction to basketball skills and play.

Emphasis is on a positive learning experience in

the basics of defensive stance, court movement,

passing, dribbling and shooting. No travel games.

Session 1: July 5-July 9

Session 2: July 12-July 16

Mon-Fri 8:30-9:15am

Fee: $25res/$35 non-res

Greely Middle School

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Boys Basketball

Boys Basketball Camp

Instructor: Ken Marks & Staff

Grades K & 1 Co-ed program.

A fun introduction to basketball skills and play.

Emphasis is on a positive learning experience in

the basics of defensive stance, court movement,

passing, dribbling and shooting. No travel games.

Session 1: July 5-July 9

Session 2: July 12-July 16

Mon-Fri 8:30-9:15am

Fee: $25res/$35 non-res

Greely Middle School

Grades 5-8

This segment of the program will focus on the

fundamental skills of dribbling, passing, shooting,

offensive and defensive movement, team play and

teamwork. An appreciation and enthusiasm for the

game will be stressed. This program will host & travel

to other schools for a few competitive games. Bus

transportation will be provided for away games. Games

will require a full morning commitment for away

games. Games are scheduled at least once per week.

Mon-Fri. 12:30-3:00 pm

Fee: $50res/60 non-res

Greely Middle School

Grades 2-5

Focus will be on the fundamental skills of dribbling,

passing, shooting, offensive and defensive movement,

team play and teamwork. This program will host &

travel to other schools for a few competitive games. Bus

transportation will be provided for away games. Games

will require a full morning commitment for away

games. Games are scheduled at least once per week.

Mon-Fri. 9:30 am-12:00 noon

Fee: $50 res/60non-res

Greely Middle School


Youth Sports

Summer Track (Ages 6-14)

Coach: Caitlyn Hancock

This program is for youth who enjoy track and field

events. Events include sprints, jumps, shot/discus, and

distance running. Practices prepare youth for weekly

regional meets. Transportation to the meets is provided.

Practice: Mon/Tue

Jun 21 – Jul 29 (6 weeks)

GHS Track 5:30-7:00 pm

Meets: Thurs. afternoons at area high

schools in southern Maine.

Schedule available at first practice

Transportation provided by school bus.

Fee: $85 res/$95 non-res

T-Ball Fun Games

This is an introductory program of fun games for

those youth who did not play with the Little League

T-ball program. Open for those children who

have completed kindergarten or ages 4 & 5. (Note,

must be age 4 prior to June 30, 2009) Teams will be

chosen each night with no consistency to any one

team from game to game. Parent volunteers needed

to help with instruction and encouragement.

Tue & Thurs evenings (3 weeks)

June 29 -July 15

Fee: $35 res/$45 non-res (includes hat & T-shirt)

North Yarmouth Town Office Field, 6:00 - 7:00 pm

Mainely Stars Field Hockey Camp

Director: Kristina Lane Prescott, Greely Varsity Coach

Davan Clawson, Greely JV Coach

This camp will provide a fun, challenging atmosphere

for players. They will learn and review the basic skills

required to play the game. The program is designed

to challenge players and offer them the opportunity

to touch the ball and make game decisions. The

goal is to provide campers with experience and

action through small sided (6 v 6 ) games and

develop individual skills through instruction.

Mon - Thurs. July 12-15 (rain date July 16th)

GHS Field Hockey Field

Half Day: 9:00am-12 noon Fee: $90.00

*Entry level player entering grades 1-4

with minimal prior experience

Full Day: 9:00am-3:00pm Fee: $180.00

*This is for players entering grades 4-9 with some

prior experience

The camp fee includes a $15 non-refundable

registration fee

NOTE*Full day campers with have the option

to swim from 3-4pm at the Greely pool so if

your child is planning on swimming, please

make sure they have $2.00 with them for swimming

along with their swim suit and towel.

FMI: contact Mary Mcdonald at

Questions Call Us • 829-2208



Take your college classes in the afternoons or evenings at Greely High School! Earn credits toward an SMCC

degree and/ or transfer credits to another college while earning a credit toward your high school transcript. High

school students need to contact GHS guidance department for more information. To take an SMCC class at the

Greely High School satellite site, you must register through Southern Maine Community College.

Call 741-5800 for more information.

Anatomy and Physiology I (BIOL 130) Tuesday: #1. 2:30 – 5:15 & #2. 6:00-8:45pm

This course is designed for first-year students preparing for a career in the medical field. Fundamental concepts

will be introduced, and the course will focus on the tissues, integument, skeleton, joints, muscle, and nervous

system of the human body. It is strongly recommended that students taking this course have recently finished a

biology course. Prerequisite(s): ENGL-050, ENGL-075, MATH-020

Anatomy and Physiology I Lab (BIOL 131) Thursday: #1. 2:30 -4:20pm & #2. 6:00 -7:50pm

This laboratory course uses models, prepared microscope slides and preserved specimens to complement the

lecture in Anatomy & Physiology (BIOL-130). The focus will be on human tissues, integument, skeleton, joints,

muscles and nervous system. Prerequisite(s): ENGL-050, ENGL-075, MATH-020

English Composition (ENGL 100) Monday: #1. 2:30- 5:35pm & #2. 6:00- 9:05pm

English Composition is the introduction to college writing across the curriculum. It will introduce students to the

standard rhetorical modes which will be assigned in this course but will also be assigned in other courses in other

disciplines. An emphasis will be placed upon writing as a process of creating first drafts then revising, rewriting

and proofreading them for accuracy, clarity and succinctness of written expression. The course will explore the

distinctions between spoken and written, formal and informal uses of language. The course will also provide an

introduction to research and the task of producing a formal research paper that follows MLA style and documentation

practices. Prerequisite(s): ENGL-050, ENGL-075

College Algebra (MATH 140) Thursday: #1. 2:30 - 5:15pm & #2. 6:00 – 8:45pm

This course covers variables and symbols; scientific notation; logarithms and applications; roots, rational exponents

and complex numbers; formulas and literal equations; polynomials, products and factors; solving linear,

quadratic and higher order equations; rational expressions; solving inequalities; graphs of linear and quadratic

functions and inequalities; slope, intercepts, and equations of lines; solving systems of linear equations; and

applied problem solving. Prerequisite(s): MATH-050

Principles of Management & leadership (MGMT110) Wednesday: #1 2:30 – 5:15pm & #2. 6:00 – 8:45pm

This course is an introduction to the tasks necessary to motivate and guide people within an organization so that

its goals are reached Students will learn about the basics of planning, delegation, and producing results through

others. Most important is the emphasis placed on the skills of leadership, where an individual may have responsibilities

not explicitly defined by the formal organization. Instead, that person has to persuade and encourage a

group to take action cooperatively in the face of risk or hardship. Extensive self-assessments are used.


Youth Golf/Tennis Camps

Golf & Tennis Camp (Ages 8 – 18)

Brian Bickford, Val Halla Golf Course,

Brad Leighton, Val Halla Golf Course

Wayne St. Peter, Grand Slam Tennis

“ A very popular camp”

“A great combination of sports”

The full-day program will run from 9am -3pm

and campers will be split into two groups based on

age, with a supervised lunch period. During this

period, campers will have the option to play board

games, review sports related videos or participate

in contests around the putting green for small

prizes! (There is an option for a full-day golf only.)

Half-day golf program will run in the morning

from 9am-12:00 noon.

Half day tennis program will run from

9 - noon for ages 8-11

Noon - 3pm for ages 12 and older.

Campers should bring lunch, two shirts, sunscreen,

hat and water bottle each day.

Session I: July 19th - July 23rd

Session II: August 16 th - August 20th

Session III: August 23rd - August 27th

Val Halla Golf Course

Fee: Full-Day Golf & Tennis Camp -

Fee:$225 9am-3pm

Full-Day Golf only -


Half-Day Golf or Tennis Only Camp -

Fee: $150 (see times stated)

Note: We can provide nightly storage for equipment

during the week but space is limited. Also, if your

child does not have equipment we can provide it with

advance notice. Please email Brian at

for golf equipment needs or Wayne

at for tennis equipment

needs the week before class starts.

Junior Grand Slam Tennis Camp

Program Coordinator: Wayne St. Peter, PTR certified

and program tennis staff

The summer tennis camps offered through the

St.Peter’s Grand Slam Tennis Programs are fun,

yet challenging and instructional and cater to

boys and girls ages 8 - 18 at all skill levels. For the

beginner, a progressive format is followed. Each

session teaches basic tennis strokes and strategy in

an enthusiastic, but low-pressure, environment. For

the intermediate and advanced players, every session

consists of intense drills to refine strokes, conditioning

exercises, strategy, and competitive match play.

Session 1: June 28-July 2

Session 2: Aug. 9-13

Val Halla Courts 9-3pm

Fee: $225 per session

Note: Please bring hat, water bottle, lunch and snack,

sunscreen and tennis racquet. Campers should

wear light colored clothes and tennis sneakers.

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Summer Art Camp (current grade 2 -5)

Instructors: Susannah Wood and James Treadwell

Art teachers, Greely Middle School

Summer Camps

Summer Clay Camp (current grade 2 -5)

Instructors: Susannah Wood and James Treadwell

Art teachers, Greely Middle School

This exciting “hands-on” art program will enable

students to express their artistic talents in a variety of

media. Activities will include drawing, printmaking,

collage, painting, and sculptural work. All supplies

and materials are provided. Students will benefit

from individual and small group instruction by two

seasoned art professionals who will instruct, guide, and

encourage students throughout the process. Students

will have the opportunity to work at their own pace in

areas of interest as well as participate in group projects.

Please bring a hearty snack and wear clothes that you

don’t mind getting dirty. Limited to16 children

Mon-Thurs July 19- 22

GMS Art Room 8:30am-12:30pm

Fee: $120res/$130non-res

includes all supplies and materials

This two-week camp is for kids who love working with

clay! We will work with a variety of clay hand-building

techniques such as pinch, coil, and slab as well as explore

clay’s sculptural aspects. Campers will learn about

the basic pottery making process including firing and

glazing. Students will benefit from individual and small

group instruction by two seasoned art professionals

who will instruct, guide, and encourage students

throughout the process. Students will have the opportunity

to work at their own pace in areas of interest as

well as participate in group projects. All supplies and

materials are provided. Please bring a hearty snack and

wear clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty. Limited.

Mon-Thurs July 26 – August 5 (a two-week camp!)

GMS Art Room 8:30 – 12:30pm

Fee: $195 res/ $205 non-res (includes all supplies

and materials)

“Maine Days Camp” (current grades K-3)

Director: Candy Allen


We all know that summer in Maine is ‘the way life should be.’ Many children have created lifelong

memories in our beautiful state and literature has captured Maine’s beautiful natural world. In this

camp, your child will engage in a multisensory experience exploring such themes as: Lakes, Streams,

Mountains, Blueberries, Moose, Lighthouses, Trees, Beaches, Ponds, Birds and Rocks. We will explore

Maine’s natural world through books, poems, plays, journals, music, art, movement, and food.

Monday- Friday August 16 - 20 Wilson School 9am – 3pm Fee: $160 res/ $170 non-res

Candy Allen has taught grade 2 and grade 3 in SAD 51.

She has experience working summer camps in SAD 51, Windham and Standish.


Move ‘n Groove to Literacy

(current grades K-3)

Instructor: Theresa Cameron Raymond

Children learn the art of “Physical Theater” in this

fun and creative week-long workshop led by Mrs. C.

R.! Using only their bodies and collaborating with

partners, children will create a story or poem as they

“create” elements from familiar children’s books. They

will put together a performance while the story is being

narrated. Each day there will be a craft, music, poetry,

literature, reflection, or a cooking extension to the

Physical Theater experience, as well as a published daily

student newsletter explaining our adventures. There

will be an end of the week performance for parents to

see their children present favorite pieces of literature

and to tour of our “Museum of Art” display. Children

should wear comfortable play clothes and bring lunch,

two healthy and hearty snacks, and plenty to drink!

Session 1- Tuesday – Friday, June 22- 25

Session 2- Monday – Friday, August 16 -20

Wilson School 9am to 3:00pm

Fee: Session 1 $138 res/ $148 non-res

Session 2 $165res/ $175 non-res

Summer Fun

Yoga for Kids (Grades K-3)

Instructor: Jennifer Kameisha


Join us for engaging and fun Yoga class designed

with active kids in mind. Through the use of games,

music, props, activities and teamwork, we will learn

Yoga poses, partner poses and breathing exercises in

a kid friendly environment. Yoga helps with balance,

focus, flexibility and strength as well as relaxation and

rejuvenation. Tie-in craft projects add to the fun!

Tuesday June 29 – August 17 (no class July 13)

Wilson 9:30-10:45am

Fee: $68 res/ $78 non-res

Jennifer is a 2nd grade teacher at WilsonSchool. She

is a certified children’s Yoga instructor through Child

Light Yoga.

Black Beauty at Skyline Farms (for girls in current grades 3-6)

Instructors: Lynn Young, Drowne Rd School Librarian

Daphne Sprague, literacy support


The timeless classic Black Beauty by Anna Sewell will be the focus of an exciting week at Skyline Farm!

We will read and discuss this beloved novel in the setting of Skyline’s summer exhibit of ‘Black Beauty’.

Students will experience life in Victorian times with a carriage horse in a variety of ways. Along with

reading the novel, the girls will learn to harness a horse and ride in a carriage. Each day we will have

a new hands-on experience with horses, carriages and related equipment. Each girl will receive a

copy of Black Beauty; in order to accommodate a wide range of reading levels, both the abridged and

unabridged versions of the book will be available. Please bring a snack and drink each day. Limit 12

Monday- Friday June 28 – July 2

Skyline Farms 9:00am – noon

Fee: $ 125 res/ $135 non-res

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


General Educational Development (GED)

The GED tests have been designed to measure major

academic skills and knowledge in core content

areas that are learned during four years of high

school. The GED tests measures competencies in

five subject areas; writing, social studies, science,

literature, and mathematics. Successful completion

of all five tests leads to a State of Maine High School

Equivalency Diploma, which is accepted by colleges

and employers. If you are at least 18 years of age and

do not have a diploma, you may get a referral to a

nearby GED test site. There is no fee for GED testing.

All students should have a right to complete a

high school education and obtain basic literacy

skills. Adults interested in earning a diploma

or GED may call the Adult Education Office

at 829-2208. All inquiries are confidential

Community CPR and AED class

Instructor: Evariste Bernier

Learn CPR in a small, supportive atmosphere where

each student has a manikin to use. Community CPR

is designed for daycare providers, schoolteachers,

coaches and youth group leaders. Families of heart

patients as well as expectant parents and grandparents

would also benefit from this three and a half hour

class. This class covers infant, child and adult CPR

and choking as well as automated defibrillation

(AED). Students will earn a two-year American

Heart Association (AHA) card. The Heartsaver/

AED book must be picked up at the Cumberland

Community Education office prior to class for study.

Monday June 7 6:00 -9:00pm

Cumberland Fire Department

Fee: $50. includes book

Cumberland Fire department offers a wide variety of

health and safety programs, includings AHA and ARC.

For more information, please call

Cumberland Fire Department at 829-5421

Lifelong Learning

Online Learning from Ed2Go!

Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative,

fun, convenient, and highly interactive. All

courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace

period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and

include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments,

discussion areas, supplementary links, and more.

You can complete any of these courses entirely from

your home or office and at any time of the day or

night. The flexibility is great for busy schedules!

~To see all the courses we offer, visit our Online Instruction

Center at:

Click the Orientation link and follow the

instructions to enroll and pay for your course

with a check to “Town of Cumberland” or you

can call us with a credit card at 829-2208.


All courses require Internet access, e-mail, the Netscape

Navigator, or the Microsoft Internet Explorer. Some

courses may have additional requirements. Please visit

our Online Instruction Center for access to complete

course descriptions, student evaluations, instructor

biographies, requirements, and other information.

There are lots of new classes!

Update your skills with Ed2Go!

Sample classes include:

Medical Coding

Medical Terminology

Creating Web Pages

Understanding the Human Resources Function

Fee: $89 for most classes

For more information on Cumberland Community

Education’ s Ed2Go program, please call 829-2208.


Enrichment Programs for Teens

Swim with Rob for High School

(including incoming freshmen)

Swimmers & Triathletes

Want to have some fun this summer, stay in shape, and

improve your strokes,turns, and starts Perhaps you just

want some encouragement to get the workout you need.

Come and work with our high school coach, Rob Hale!

Mon/Wed/Fri June 28 - August 6

GHS pool 7:00 - 8:00pm

Fee: $30 res/ $ 40 non-res


Drivers Education Course

Instructor: Bartley’s Driving School

This course is for students 15 years of age or older.

Each course requires 30 hours of classroom and 10

hours of driving. Upon completion of the course,

students will take the final exam with a grade of

80 or higher, which will enable them to apply for

their State of Maine class “C” license. You must

register with Bartley Driving School @ 657-5010

Mon, Wed, Fri,

GHS, 5:30–8:30pm

Class Start Dates: June 2, July 7, August 4, Sept. 8

Fee: $420.00

Life Guard Training

Instructor: Patti Drew

Upon successful completion of this course, the

student will receive a certification in Lifeguard,

CPR for the Professional Rescuer, AED, and First

Aid Basics, thereby enabling the student to obtain

legal employment as a professional lifeguard.

Pre-requisites: Participants must be 15 years of age by

the start of the course; swim 300 yards continuously

using a combination of crawl, breast; surface dive to a

minimum of 7 feet and retrieve a 10 lb. object.

Please bring to class: bathing suit and towel, goggles,

and your book (to be picked up at registration). Teens

must show proof of age at registration with license,

birth certificate or passport. Min 6/ Max 10


SMCC comes to Greely High School!

SMCC classses will be held at Greely High

School this fall for high school and

adult students!

FMI: See page 16

Wednesday & Fridays June 2 - July 2

GHS pool 6:00 - 9:00pm

Fee: $250 res/ $ 260 non-res

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Adult Summer Trips

Portland Stage Company Matinee

“Bach at Leipzig”

When the coveted position of organ master at Leipzig

Cathedral is advertised, the greatest musicians of

18th century Germany scurry to audition. Waiting

for their turns to play, seven discordant characters

collide in a hilarious fugue of wit and wordplay, as

they deliciously scheme, bribe, and double-cross to

win the post that will make one musician a legend.

Thursday, May 20 2pm matinee

Departs Chebeague Transportation Co. Lot

at 1:20pm/ Return after the show

Fee: $29

Portland Foodie Culinary Walking Tour

This leisurely-paced 1.4 mile walking tour carves a path

through the charming Old Port. Friendly and engaging

guides will take you to seven venues where you will

sample Maine-inspired foods and learn about the

colorful local “old port” history.

As you sample the fare at various stops,

our tour guides and proprietors will reveal

the history behind their industry and the

uniquely Maine products that are used.

Tuesday, May 25

Departs Chebeague Transportation Co. Lot

at 12:30pm/ Return approx. 3:30pm

Fee: $35

Foster’s Downeast Clambake, York Harbor

This traditional New England clambake features Back

by popular demand, this traditional New England

clambake is sure to please your palate. Meet the

resident showman who keeps the crowd entertained

with his unique blend of Down-east humor and music

and don’t forget to check out the gift shop. You may

substitute chicken or eggplant parmesan for lobster.

Please indicate your meal choice on your registration

form. Deadline to register is June 4. This trip is

co-sponsored with the towns of Falmouth, Freeport,

Gorham, and Yarmouth.

Tuesday June 15

Departs Chebeague Transportation Co. Lot

at10am/Return approx. 3pm

Fee: $39

Maine State Music Theater

Join us as we travel to the Maine State Music Theater

in Brunswick for a matinee performance of Lerner

and Loewe’s award winning musical, “My Fair Lady”!

Snobbish Professor Henry Higgins makes a bet that he

can teach Eliza Doolittle, a poor flower girl, to speak the

English language so well that she could pass for nobility.

With its memorable music and lavish costumes, you

won’t want to miss this spectacular classic musical


Wed. June 30

Depart TBA at 1pm / Return at 5pm

Fee: $39


Adult Summer Trips

Mt. Washington Cog Railway

Marvel at the mountain views from your coach window

aboard the Mt. Washington Cog Railway train as it travels

above the clouds to the top of the highest peak in the

Northeast. The “mile-high” summit is the Mt. Washington

State Park, boasting spectacular panoramic vistas.

Explore the Mt. Washington Observatory Museum

and gift shop, and the stone-walled Tip Top house – the

oldest building on Mt. Washington. Upon return to the

base, there will be time to visit the Marshfield Station

where there is an additional museum and gift shop. A

box lunch is included in the price and there will be a

stop for a late afternoon snack (on your own) on the

way home. There are public restrooms at the base and

at the summit of the mountain, but none on the train.

Weather conditions vary greatly from the base to the top

of the mountain, so bring appropriate outer wear.

Wednesday, July 21

Depart Yarmouth Town Hall parking lot @ 8:30 am

Return approx. 6:30 pm

Fee: $69

Casco Bay Casablanca Cruise

Come aboard the Casablanca for a mid-day cruise on

beautiful Casco Bay. Our private cruise will be narrated

by “Captain Jim” who will share his in depth knowledge

about the many magnificent lighthouses and islands

located in and around the bay. Trip includes a delicious

lunch with your choice of lobster roll or chicken

sandwich, chips, beverage and dessert. Please specify

your sandwich choice when registering. This trip is

co-sponsored with Falmouth, Freeport,Yarmouth and


Horseshoe Crab Annual Spawning Event

Instructor: Carol Steingart

For the past 455 million years horseshoe crabs have

come up from the depths of the ocean to lay their

green eggs on sandy beaches throughout the Atlantic

coast. Witness this incredible annual spawning event

that only occurs throughout May and June. Learn the

secret life of these “living fossils” and discover why they

are so important in keeping humans free of disease.

This is a very hands-on experience. Even though

they look threatening, horseshoe crabs are completely

harmless - they don’t pinch, sting, or bite. Limited.

Location: Thomas Point Beach, Brunswick

1. Family Sessions (ages 5 & up with adult)

Sat., June 12 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Fee: $22/person (no transportation)

2. Senior/Adult Sessions

Tues., June 15. Departs Chebeague Transportation

Co. Lot at12:30/Return at 3pm

Fee: $25 (includes transportation)

To register for this event, please call Yarmouth

Community Services @ 846-2406

Tuesday, August 10

Depart Yarmouth Town Hall parking lot at 10:30

am/Return approx. 2:30

Fee: $29

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


The ‘Best Municipal

Course’ in Maine

August 2009

Golf Digest

Val Halla Golf Course

The ‘Best Value

in Maine’

2008 New England

Golf Guide

Awarded ‘Family

Friendly Status’ in 2009

U.S. Kids Golf

“Ground Zero for

Maine Golf”

David Desmith, Golf-

Styles New England

“We Love the Wine

& Nine Clinics”

Debra Madigan

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Val Halla Golf Course

Junior Golf at Val Halla

Val Halla G.C. is known around the State for the

strength of its Junior Golf Programs. What better

way to learn a lifelong sport than participating in

one of the programs below at a very early age. The

mission of our programs is simple...we promote golf

by teaching juniors the fundamentals of the game...

from etiquette to putting; from driving to short irons;

from rules to chipping...exposure to all aspects of golf

is what this is all about. Friendly competition is also

a part of the game at certain levels. These programs

are meant to be fun while learning all aspects of

golf...simply look at their smiles! In 2010, Val Halla

is proud to host the NEPGA Pro-Junior in July and

the MSGA Junior Championship in August.

Please email Brian Bickford at bbickford@ or call 829-2225

x2 if you have any questions.

Ages 5-18

• Instructional Clinics

• Junior League

• Meghan’s Golf Camp

(New Program for Girls)

• Junior Match-Play League

(New Program for Boys)

• Parent-Child Tournaments

• Wee Golfer Clinics

Grand Slam Adult Tennis Clinics

Program Coordinator: Wayne St. Peter,

USPTR certified & program Pros

June 16-July 28 (no class July 7)

Beginners and Advanced

For players just learning the game and needing to

work on the basics and the player who needs to work

on stroke production with some tennis background.

Wednesdays, 6-7pm

Val Halla Courts

Fee: $85 res/$95 non-res

Advanced and Intermediate

For 3.0 players and higher. This clinic is for the player

who wants to push to the next level. If you want a

good work out and competitive play, this is for you!

Wednesdays, 7-8pm

Val Halla Courts

Fee: $85 res/$95 non-res

To recieve more information and to sign

up on-line, please visit our website at


Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Adult Fitness

Summer Zumba “Express”

Instructor: Dinah Aldrich

Come and get your “ZUMBA” on!!!! This wildly

popular workout combines high energy and hot

music with unique moves and combinations that

allow you dance away your stress while you get

fit! It is a mix of easy dance steps that includes

salsa, meringue, reggae& cha-cha, set to a sizzling

Latin beat for the ultimate cardio class !!! Based on

the principal that exercise should be FUN, this is

“EXERCISE in DISGUISE! ” No partner needed!

(Light, comfortable clothing & sneakers a MUST)

Thursday, July 8-August 19

GMS 6:00-6:45pm.

Fee: $30res/$40 non-res

Summer Dance Aerobics

Instructor: Karan Miller

This program created by Jacki Sorensen in 1969 is a

unique blend of music and movement in a 1-hour

full body workout that feels like dance. Class format

includes stretching, abdominal work, body sculpting

with optional hand-held and/or ankle weights,

cardiovascular conditioning, and cool-down. Lots

of musical variety, lots of fun with friendly noncompetitive

people, and very little spandex! Please

bring good sneakers, a mat, water bottle, and weights

(up to 6 pounds for each hand, and 1.5 pounds on

each ankle) if you want to use them. New participants

over 40 and pregnant women need to provide a

physician’s permission slip when registering.

Mon/Wed./Fri. July 5 – August 27 8 weeks

Wescustago Hall 8-9am

Special Summer Fee:

2 classes per week $56 res/$66 non-res

3 classes per week $69 res/$79 non-res

Summer Kripalu Yoga for Teens and Adults

Instructor: Elizabeth Burd

Each class will begin with a brief centering, warm ups,

and pranayama (breath work) followed by a series

of guided postures. The focus will be on alignment,

body awareness, and coordinating breath with

movement. Class will end with a brief relaxation

and meditation. Modifications will always be given

to ensure a safe and rewarding class for everyone!

Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a water

bottle, small pillow & yoga mat. Limited enrollment

Tuesday, June 22 – August 10

DRS 4:15-5:30pm

Fee: $85 res/$95 non-res / $75 seniors


Adult Swim

Adult Lap Swimming

Age 18 and older

Swimming is an aerobic exercise, which conditions

the heart and lungs as well as helping control body

weight. It can also give you more energy, increase

resistance to fatigue, relieve tension, help you to

relax and sleep and tones muscles. Advice on more

efficient swimming is available. Limit 35 each session.

M/W/F June 14 - Sept. 3

GHS Pool 5:30 -7:00 am


Evening Lap Swim

Tues /Thurs 7:30-8:30pm

Fridays 6 - 7pm

June 29-August 17

Fee: Punch Card (See info below)

Swim Punch Card

The punch card allows you to swim

during lap swim times on a drop

in basis. The 10 swim punch card is

available at the Recreation Office for

$35.00res/$45.00 non-res. This is a

non-refundable card and is valid from

June- September 4, 2010

Masters Swim Program

Coach: Larissa Herold

The Masters program provides early-morning

swim workouts for competitors, as well as triathletes

and general fitness swimmers. Our coach,

Larissa Herold, will help swimmers meet their

individual needs and goals. Participants should

be able to swim at least 30 lengths of the pool in

an hour. Individual workouts will be provided.

Tues-Thurs June 15 – September 4

GHS pool 5:30 - 7:00am

Fee*: $ 90 / $100 non-res

*Or you can purchase a Masters punch card

for $60res/ $70 non-res at the Community

Ed. & Rec. Office. The card is good for 10

swims- valid until September 4th.

Aquatic Fitness


Exercise in the water! Each class includes a

warm-up; an aerobic workout and a cool-down.

The workout is designed for all fitness levels and

paces. Post-operative participants must have

written permission from a physician. Participants

must be at least 18 years old. Limit 25.

Session 1

Mon./Wed. May 17 - June 23

GHS Pool, 6:00-7:00pm

Fee: $55res /$65 non-res

senior discount $45

Session 2

Mon./Wed. June 28 - August 11

GHS Pool, 6:00-7:00pm

Fee: $55res /$65 non-res

senior discount $45

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Farmers Market

It’s Our 14th Season

Opening Day Saturday May 1st 2010

8:30am – 12:30pm

Mabel I Wilson School

See You at the Market !

“Let Us Do The Weeding”

Every Saturday through October 9th

The Town of Cumberland would like to welcome and also say good-bye to the following::


New Recreation Director - Brian Bickford; Program Coordinator: Peter Bingham;

and Administrative Assistant; Cindy Stennett !


The Town of Cumberland would like to thank Winnie Durrah and Bill Landis for 18+ years of service to

the Cumberland and North Yarmouth Communities. Winnie’s hard work and the ability to answer almost

any community question will be missed. Bill’s endless hours and dedication to the communities

will also be missed. Best Wishes to both of them in their retirement.

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Community Bulletin

Discount Movie Tickets

Save yourself some $$$

Buy your movie cash ticket(s) at the Recreation

Office and save on the evening shows. Parents:

great way to get away from the stresses of life

and spend some time together. Also great gift

ideas for teens, babysitters, and paper carriers.

You may get your tickets at the Cumberland

Recreation Office during regular business hours.

Regal Falmouth: tickets are $7.00 each.

Cinemagic Westbrook: tickets are $7.25 each

Memorial Day Celebration:

Monday, May 31st

Cumberland Memorial Day Parade.

10:00am- Parade:.The staging area for parade

is the Wilson School Parking lot; then to Merrill

Civil War Monument, on to Moss Side

Cementery and back to GHS South Lawn.

Parade contact: Dan Small

11:00am Cumberland/No. Yarmouth

Community Photo on the south lawn of GHS.

15th Annual

Memorial Mile Run:

11:15am Concert with Sidecar Heroes, plus

Memorial day-themed crafts, face painting,

and activies at GHS Campus

Get your running shoes and join the

fun of an early-morning one-mile community

run. Kid’s Fun Run is first (1/2

mile) and then the Adult Race (1 mile).

FMI: Ellen Hart@

Beth Smith @

Mori Lefevre

Sponsored by the MSAD#51 PTO.

Cumberland Town Hall is closed on Fridays,

so if you need to register for a class

or want some information

please do so by 6:00pm on Thursdays


Memorial Day-Mon., May 31st

Entry Fee: $3 (Fun Run) / $5 (Adult Race)

7:00-8:15 am Registration (GHS south wing)

Little League


For schedules or more information please

check www.

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


Community Bulletin


Registration Dates for Greely Football

(all ages)

Wednesday May 12, 2010, 6:00–7:30 PM

Greely Middle School

Saturday June 5, 2010, 9–Noon

Drowne Rd. School

Fees: Greely High School ( Freshman–Varsity)

$350 (includes Equipment)

Greely Middle School (Grades 7–8)

$150 (need own Equipment)

Elementary Grades 4-6

$100 (need own Equipment)

Elementary Grades 2-3

$75 (need own Equipment)

Elementary Grades K-1


The High School camp is scheduled for the

week of July 26th to 30th| 6:00pm

West Cumberland Field



One great way to keep your children reading

this summer is to have them join:

Make a Splash- Read!

We will wander the seas and waterways looking

for marine animals, have adventures with

pirates and learn how water improves our


Registration begins at the Kick-Off Event

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

4:30 – 8:00pm

FMI: Please check our website at


Refund policy on page 2

Office hours page 2

Youth swim lessons page 8 & 9


Course Registration Form

Participant First Name

Last Name

Street Address City Zip

Home Phone Work Phone Cell

Child’s Age Date of Birth Grade (Current)

Parent’s Name


Medical Concerns/Medication/Special Needs Emergency Contact Emergency Phone

Parent’s Signature (for youth program)

Course Name Time Fee

Course Name Time Fee

Credit Card Number Exp Date: 3 Digit Code:

*Add $2.00 for a handling fee when you are using your card over the phone or by mail.

All fees must be paid at time of registration • Make checks payable to: Town of Cumberland

By Fax: (Credit Card Only)

By Mail: (Credit Card or Check) In Person: (Credit Card or Check)

Town of Cumberland

Town of Cumberland


290 Tuttle Road, Cumberland, Maine 04021

290 Tuttle Road, Cumberland, Maine 04021

Day Camp/Middle School/Magic Dragon Camp 2009 Registration Form

First Name:

Last Name:

Child’s Age: Date of Birth: Grade: (Current)

Medical Concerns/Medication/Special Needs:

Parent’s Name:

Street Address: City: Zip:

Home Phone #: Work Phone #: Emergency Contact: Emergency Phone #:

Email Address

Parent’s Signature (for youth program)

Day Camp: Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7

Middle School: Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7

Extended Hours: Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7

Magic Dragon: Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6


Cumberland /No. Yarmouth

Community Education & Recreation

290 Tuttle Road

Cumberland, ME 04021

Don’t Delay!

Register Early

Questions Call Us • 829-2208


U.S. Postage


Brunswick, ME

Permit #65

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