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Parks & Recreation - School District of Altoona

City ofSpring |Summer 2012Parks &RecreationAltoona Summer Sports and Activities GuideLocated within the Altoona Emergency Services Building1904 Spooner Ave. • Altoona, WI 54720 • 839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.usHours: Monday - Friday • 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Summer Program RegistrationRegistration begins Monday, March 12, during regular business hoursInside12 RAILS19 Needs Assessment Survey22 River Prairie Park Survey24 Registration FormWe Need Your Help!Tell us what you want by completing theNeeds Assessment and River Prairie ParkSurveys located inside on pages 19-22!Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us


Table of Contents | Registration Info4 Facilities Reservations5 Events | 2011 Sponsors6 Pre-school Programs8 Youth Sports10 Adult Enrichment | Family Fun11 Adult Programs12 Rail Summer Programs15 rail Registration17 July 4th Family Event18 Altoona Park Surveys23 Altoona Public Library24 Parks & Recreation Registration FormDetails You Should Know...Before You Enroll!Am I A Resident?A resident is any person who lives within the corporatecity limits of Altoona. This is not to be confused with beingan Altoona Area School District resident. City and SchoolDistrict boundaries are not the same. A Non-Residentis anyone who does not reside within the corporate citylimits of Altoona.Most programs/classes have different fees for residentsand non-residents. Please note fees as listed by eachprogram. The residents of Altoona, through propertytaxes, support the City of Altoona Parks and RecreationDepartment. Non-residents pay their fair share throughan additional surcharge established by the Parks andRecreation Committee. The Altoona Parks and RecreationDepartment reserves the right to remove anyone from ourprograms for falsifying information. Please call our officeat 839-5188 if you have questions regarding residency.Registration InformationRegistration begins March 12, 2012 at 7:30 a.m.Registration Form on back cover.Registration will take place atthe Parks & Recreation Office located at AltoonaEmergency Services Building, 1904 Spooner Ave.Regular office hours at the Parks & Recreation Officeare between the hours of7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.All program fees will be collected at registration. Pleasemake checks payable to Altoona Parks & Recreation. Cashand credit card also accepted.Please do not ask us to exceed class limits, or put yourchild in the wrong age or skill level class. We try ourbest to accommodate everyone. Programs are designedaccording to an instructor/student ratio, and at an agelevel that will best benefit the student.Please note: All programs have a minimum number ofparticipants required to run a program. IF that minimumis not met, the Parks & Recreation Department mustcancel the program, so register early to guarantee yourspot. Programs will start and continue as listed in thispublication. You will not be notified for the first day ofclass, so please mark your calendars!If you have any questions, please call the Altoona Parks& Recreation Office at 839-5188.What Do These Symbols MEan?New!PopularPopularPopularFirst time offered, give it a try!Popular program - fills fast, register early!Class includes a t-shirt, please indicate size onyour registration form.General InformationRefund policyA refund will be issued, less $10.00 for administrativecosts, if the Parks & Recreation Office is notified of yourcancellation prior to the start of the program. No refundwill be given after the start of a program. A full refund willbe offered for any program cancelled by the Altoona Parks& Recreation Department.Class CancellationsA minimum number of participants are requiredbefore a class can be offered. The Parks and RecreationDepartment reserves the right to cancel a class or makeschedule changes when enrollment does not meet theminimum number. Registering on the day of a programwill not resurrect it - so please register early!Age RequirementsA child must be the required age by the first day ofthe program you are registering for. Grade is based onthe upcoming school year. Please do not request to haveyour child put into a class that he/she does not belong. Allage requirements are set to benefit the children and makeinstruction easier.Recreation Scholarship FundThe Altoona Parks and Recreation Department offers ascholarship program for low-income families. Interestedindividuals may call 839-5188 and request an application.Proof of financial status is required. Requests will be keptconfidential.If you have any questions, please call the Altoona Parks& Recreation Office at 839-5188.BROCHURESThe Altoona Parks & Recreation Department will bemailing their brochures twice a year. The Spring/SummerBrochure covers programs from May through August. TheFall/Winter Brochure will be mailed out in August andcovers programs which run September through February.Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us3


Park Facilities ReservationThe following park shelters may be reserved for useby the community. Reservations may be made up to oneyear in advance. Reservations will be made when thereservation form and fee are received by the AltoonaParks & Recreation Office. If a shelter is not reserved inadvance with the Altoona Parks & Recreation Office, it isavailable on a first come, first served basis. Rental formsare available by calling the Altoona Parks & RecreationOffice at 839-5188, or www.ci.altoona.wi.usFacilities ReservationsPlease Note: The pavilion at Lake Altoona is reserved bycalling the Eau Claire County Parks & Forestry Departmentat 834-9042.Parks are open from 7 a.m. - 11 p.m. daily.Pets are not allowed in City Parks.Alcoholic beverages are not allowed in all City Parks withthe exception of Cinder City Park.PavilionRestroomsPicnic TablesGrillsWoods/Nature AreaSiteAltoona City Park Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y N YCentennial Park n n n n y y n n n n n nCinder City Park Y Y Y N N Y Y Y N N N YDevney Park Y Y Y N N Y Y Y Y Y N YHighland Park Y N Y Y N Y Y N Y Y N NLake Front Park N Y Y Y Y Y N N N N Y NOpen SpacePlaygroundEquipmentBallDiamondsTennis CourtsBasketballCourtsFishing DockElectricity2012 Rental Fees for AltoonaParks & Recreation DepartmentFacility Resident Fee Non-Resident FeeAltoona City Park Pavilion $40.00/day $60.00/dayAltoona City Park Recreation Center $60.00/day $85.00/dayDevney Pavilion $60.00/day $85.00/dayHighland Pavilion $25.00/day $35.00/day4 Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us


Events | Thank You’s2012 Calendar of EventsMarch 12 Registration Begins for Parks & RecreationPrograms7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Altoona Emergency Services BuildingMarch 28 Find “The Golden Egg” clues to begin onI-94 and Leader TelegramPrizes: $100.00 Mega Foods GroceryShopping Spree with the Easter Bunny afterthe Easter Egg Hunt in the H2 Hummer Limodonated by Rock n Roll To Go.$300.00 Gift from Williams DiamondsCenter.April 7 Easter Egg Hunt2:00 Fun and Games2:30 Easter Egg Hunt begins Age Categories:1-2 yr old/3-5 yr old/6-8 yr oldBikes Donated by Target are to be given awayFind the Golden Egg winner announcedMay 18-20 Mayhem Men’s Softball Tournament2011 Sponsors2011 Adult Softball League400 ClubAndy Stanley ConstructionAuto ValueBolduc InsuranceBudweiserBuffalo Wild WingsCedarcreek ChurchChad’s TowingCharter CommunicationsChippewa Valley Sporting GoodsDewey’s RoadhouseEC FordEC Indoor Sports CenterElbow RoomFive 0’Clock ClubGrizzly’sHappy HollowHeartland HardwoodsHilltopJulson’s AutoK&M LandscapingKelly Heating & ElectricalLebakkansLeinenkugelMichelob Golden DraftMighty MufflerMilwaukee BurgerMorries MazdaOle’s Southside TavernPizza del RePQSPrestige AutoRolly’s Coach ClubScheels SportsSecurity FinancialShots BarStabenow LoggingSubwayThe PickleTheisen DentalWhiskeysWissota MeatsWolter’s ChiropracticHalloweenAKF Martial Arts AcademyAltoona Auto BodyAltoona LionsAltoona VFWArnies Service CenterArrow AlignmentCertified Heating & CoolingC.V. Orthopedics &Sports Medicine ClinicEau Claire Wal-MartGator GarbHallie Wal-MartKwik TripOtter Creek InnRoshell ElectricRTS RoofingSams ClubJune 1-2 Volume One Kickball TournamentJune 7-10 Cinder City DaysCarnival Rides, Chicken Dinner, Car ShowLive Music – Friday & Saturday NightsMen’s Softball Tournament, Boys BaseballTournamentBean Bag TournamentSaturday 11a.m. Doll & Pet ParadeSaturday 1p.m. Big ParadeJune 12-29 R.A.I.L Session 1June 15-17 AYSB All Star TournamentJune 22-24 AYSB Girls Classic TournamentJuly 4 4th of July Family EventJuly 9-27 R.A.I.L Session 2July 21-22 Park & Recreation Small Town TourneyJuly 30-Aug 3 Challenger Sports Soccer CampAugust 3-5 Center Ice Club Men’s SoftballTournamentAltoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.usBanner ProgramHealth4Life ChiropracticLittle Red School House2012 Easter Egg HuntAltoona Family RestaurantAltoona Parks and Recreation Dept.Girl ScoutsLeader TelegramMegaRolly’sRock n’ Roll To Go Plus!Williams Diamond Center2012 4th of July Family EventAltoona Family RestaurantAltoona Lions ClubAltoona Parks and Recreation Dept.Girl ScoutsKalahari ResortsLeader TelegramMegaRolly’sRock n’ Roll To Go Plus!Thanks to the School District of AltoonaOn behalf of the Altoona Parks &Recreation Department we wouldlike to recognize the support andassistance of the School District ofAltoona. Many of our recreationprograms would not be possiblewithout the support of schoolfacilities and staff support.5


One Day WondersPre-School ProgramsAges: 2-5 years old • Fee: $10.00 resident; $12.00 non-residentThe following “theme” classes are one-day opportunities for parent and child to have fun exploring arts and crafts.Shirts with SoleActivity Code: PSOLEKids can create their own summer fashion lines by usingshoe treads to stamp colorful designs onto their tees.Limited Participation: 10 minimum - 15 maximumLocation: Emergency Services BuildingDate/Time: Wednesday, June 13, 9:00-9:45 a.m.Pirate or PrincessActivity Code: PPOPKids will create their own pirate or princess acces sories.Limited Participation: 10 minimum - 15 maximumLocation: Emergency Services BuildingDate/Time: Wednesday, June 20, 9:00-9:45 a.m.Red White & BlueActivity Code: PRWBShow off your American pride with these fun patrioticcrafts!Limited Participation: 10 minimum - 15 maximumLocation: Emergency Services BuildingDate/Time: Wednesday, June 27, 9:00-9:45 a.m.Friendly CreaturesActivity Code: CreaturesHere are a couple creatures you will find friendly anduseful!Limited Participation: 10 minimum - 15 maximumLocation: Emergency Services BuildingDate/Time: Wednesday, July 11, 9:00-9:45 a.m.Nature ExplorationActivity Code: PNATURECome join us in exploring everyday nature.Limited Participation: 10 minimum - 15 maximumLocation: Emergency Services BuildingDate/Time: July 18, 9:00-9:45 a.m.Mad ScientistActivity Code: pscientistCome explore your potion making skills as you becomea mad scientist for a day!!Limited Participation: 10 minimum - 15 maximumLocation: Emergency Services BuildingDate/Time: July 25, 9:00-9:45 a.m.1519 Mayer Road, East of AltoonaCorner of Hwy 12 & Mayer RoadMon-Thurs10:00 - 5:30Fri-Sat9:00 - 5:30Sunday11:00 - 5:00Over 38 vendOrsAntiques • CollectiblesPrimitives • LiquidationFlea MarketLocaL DeaL er(715) 832-8585http://webpages.charter.net/skippy6/theshed.htmlCanineCollegeanddogTrainingand theK-9 DormsBoarDing, groominganD Daycare• Private Training Available• Instructors with 15 Years Experience• Qualified Ref Available• AM & PM ClassesCorner of Hwy 12 and Mayer Rd.www.rudedogu.com715-833-1880 • 715-579-29746 Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us


Pre-School ProgramsWeek Long CampsCamp Fairy TaleActivity Code: CFT1; CFT2PopularPopularPopularDesigned to put sparkles in the eyes of your preschooldaughter! This week-long camp is brimming withimagination, exciting creativity and tons of make-believe!The princesses are encouraged to attend in their favoritedress-up fashions and are welcomed by our fairy queens.Location: 10th Street Rec CenterDates: Session 1: July 30 - August 3 M-FSession 2: August 6-10 M-FAges: 3-6 year oldsTime: 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.Fee: $35.00 resident; $40.00 non-residentSuperhero Training CampActivity Code: SH1; SH2PopularPopularPopularCalling all superheroes to help us save the day! Join us toexplore the superhero qualities of Superman, Spiderman,Batman and the Incredible Hulk! Create out of the worldcrafts and test your superhero abilities! Superheroes areencouraged to wear their favorite superhero costume.Location: 10th Street Rec CenterDates: Session 1: August 13-17 M-FSession 2: August 20-24 M-FAges: 3-6 year oldsTime: 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.Fee: $35.00 resident; $40.00 non-residentSportsSports JamboreeActivity Code: spjamThe goal of this program is to provide an introduc tionto the basic skills of basketball, soccer, & t-ball and afew fun games! This will be strictly instructional, with nocompetition involved.Limited Participation: 10 minimum - 30 maximumLocation: Devney ParkDate: June 12-28, Tuesday & ThursdayTime: 5:30 - 6:15 p.m.Age: 4-6 years oldFee: $25.00 resident; $30.00 non-residentT-Ball for TotsActivity Code: totsThis is an introductory program for 4 year olds. Thefocus will be on the basic skills of running bases, hitting,and throwing. We will mix in a few fun games beyondt-ball. This is a chance for your 4 year old child to have funin a non-competitive setting.Please note: Children must be 4 by June 1, 2012.Unlimited Participation: Minimum 14Location: Altoona City Park - 10th Street FieldDate: July 10 - August 2Time: 5:30-6:15 p.m., Tuesday & ThursdayAge: 4 years oldFee: $30.00 resident; $35.00 non-residentPigskin PalsActivity Code: PIGBring your little ones to learn the basics of flag football.We will learn the basics of throwing, catching, kicking,punting, how to take a hand-off, positions, stances,offense, defense, special teams and more in a fun, relaxingatmosphere. Help your little one get a “hut” up on thecompetition!Unlimited Participation: Minimum 10Location: Cinder City Park Hagen FieldDates: August 7-30, Tuesday & ThursdayTime: 5:30 - 6:15 p.m.Age: 3-5 years oldFee: $30.00 resident; $35.00 non-residentwww.rcu.orgA proud community partnerAltoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us7


Youth Programs10th Street Recreation CenterThe 10th Street Recreation Center will be open thissummer starting June 11th and running until August 31stfrom 1:00-4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. This drop inprogram has supervised activities for children kindergartenthrough eighth grade; children are allowed to come and go.While at the Recreation Center they will be encouraged toparticipate in ongoing activities. A safe environment will beprovided, however, the program should not be consideredas an alternative for individual child care.Unlimited ParticipationLocation: 10th Street ParkDates/Time: June 11-August 31, 1:00-4:00 p.m.Grades: K-8Fee: $30.00 for the entire summer!Bust A MoveActivity Code: DANCECome join this unique class that introduces HipHop/Funk and Jazz to your dancer! This class teachesa combination of jazz and hip hop/funk dance moves.All are welcome and no previous dance experience isrequired…just a desire to dance and have fun!Unlimited Participation: 10 minimumLocation: Altoona Emergency Services BuildingDates/Time: July 10-26, Tues. & Thurs., 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.Ages: 8-12 years oldFee: $20.00 resident, $25.00 non-residentKalahari TripActivity Code: KALAWe are taking another trip to the Kalahari WaterparkResort, and we want you to join us. Come and enjoy theindoor and outdoor water park on one of your last days ofsummer before you go back to school!Limited Participation: 30 minimum - 50 maximumLocation: Wisconsin DellsDate: August 15Time: Charter bus will leave Altoona HobbsSports Center at 8:00 a.m. sharp.Bus will return at approximately6:30-7:00 p.m.Ages:Fee:Middle School$65.00 resident; $70.00 non-residentYou can make a difference —volunteer!Share one of the greatest gifts you can give-your time!We are in need of parents or community members tohelp out with our various youth programs. Supportingyour community has never been easier.Contact the Parks and Recreation at715-839-5188 to get involved!Altoona Lions Cinder City DaysJune 7 - 8 - 9 - 10Cinder City ParkThe Altoona Lions Club Invites You To Cinder City Days 2012!Cinder City Days is a weekend of FUN, FUN, FUN!!There are events for people of all ages including carnival rides,softball & beanbag tournaments, car show, live music,and parades. We look forward to seeing you there! Come join in the fun!Altoona LionsServing Our Community1961Over 50 Years2012New Members Are Always Welcome!For information please contact us at altoonalionsclub@yahoo.comAltoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us9


Adult EnrichmentBike Maintenance for WomenThis class is designed to introduce those with little orno previous experience to the art of bicycle maintenance ina non-threatening environment with other women. Studentsbring their own clean bikes and learn how to change a flat tire,adjust brakes, and gears, along with basic troubleshooting.Location: Altoona Emergency Services BuildingDate: Thursday May 10Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.Age: AdultFee: $5.00 Resident; $10.00 Non-ResidentComposting 101Composting? Why compost? What are the benefits? Whatdo I compost? How do I compost? These questions and manymore will be answered in this composting class. You will learnthe difference between hot and cold composting and whichworks best for you. You will learn different ways to make yourcompost pile. Join us to learn how to reduce your kitchen andyard waste that is put into your garbage by putting it to use inyour compost pile.Location: Altoona Emergency Services BuildingDate: Thursday June 14 & August 23Time: 7:00 p.m.Age: AdultFee: $5.00 Resident; $10.00 Non-ResidentAdult Enrichment | Family FunAre you looking for new ways of having some family time outside of your home? Join us at eachof our Friday family fun night activities and explore new ways to enjoy the family!New!Business PartnershipOpportunitiesSponsorship Banners are a unique marketingopportunity for advertisement of your businessand also will help support the Parks & RecreationDepartment. By becoming a sponsor with theAltoona Parks & Recreation Department businessescan advertise and promote to thousands of activefamilies and individuals using Cinder City Park.The banners are displayed on North and South fieldsin Cinder City Park.Interested parties should contact the Altoona Parks &Recreation Department at 839-5188.Family FunKickballActivity Code: KICKBring your family for a fun night of playing kickball.Families will join other families to create a team and anatmosphere of family fun! Afterwards join us for somerefreshments.Location: Cinder City ParkDate: Friday July 13Time:Fee:7:00 p.m.$10.00 family resident$15.00 family non-residentCandy Bar BingoActivity Code: BINGOGather your family together and join us in playingbingo. If you receive a bingo you will be rewarded withyour choice of any candy bar.Location: 10th St. PavilionDate: Friday, August 3Time:Fee:7:00 p.m.$10.00 family resident$15.00 family non-residentPlus at least one regular sized candy barper person to be brought on the day of theevent.kubbACTIVITY CODE: KUBBIs your family looking for a new activity? If so, bringyour family and join us while we have fun learning andplaying the latest craze…Kubb!Location: Cinder City ParkDate: Friday, August 17Time:Fee:7:00 p.m.$10.00 family resident$15.00 family non-resident10 Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.usNew!Upcoming Athletic Booster Club EventsFinal Four Party at St. Mary’s Community Center, March 31st,5:00 - 11:30 p.m. Tickets in advance $5 available at Mega East,at the door $7. For more information, contact Brian at kreezjje@hotmail.comAnnual Scrap Metal Drive April 28th 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at TheShed, 1519 Mayer Road in Altoona. If you have any questions,contact Ed at 54skippy73@charter.net10th Annual Golf Outing at Whispering Pines in Cadott. June14th at 10 a.m. $50 per golfer. For more information contact Amyat tlustym1@charter.net


Adult ProgramsSportsAdult Softball LeagueThe Parks & Recreation Department offers league play formen’s and co-ed slow pitch softball. Registration is by team.Teams are guaranteed 14 games. Registration information isavailable on our web site at www.ci.altoona.wi.us or at thePark & Recreation office at 839-5188.Season: May 14 - August 16Fee: $525.00 per teamKubbBored with your nightly routine? Then come join thefastest growing game in the U.S.! Kubb, originating inScandinavia over 1,000 years ago, is a cross between bocceball and horseshoes, but with variations to make the gamemore interesting and challenging. Go on, go get a 2-3 playerteam together and come witness the thrill first-hand!Call for league and tournament information.Adult Co-ed Kickball LeagueFor adults out there that need to relive those elementaryschool playground years or for those of you that still can’tlet go of those childhood memories of being “king” of thekickball field, here is your opportunity. Join the Altoona Parks& Recreation Adult co-ed kickball league!The recreational adult co-ed kickball league will be offeredon Thursday evenings starting June 14, 2012 Registrationinformation is available on our web page at www.ci.altoona.wi.us or at the Park & Recreation Office. Space is limited sodon’t wait, sign up today!Season: Thursdays June 14-August 16(no games 6/21 & 7/19)Team Fee: $75.00Player fees:$10.00 Resident$15.00 Non-ResidentNew!Biggest LoserAre you a fan of the hit TV show? Have you alwayswondered how you would do as a contestant? Well, yourchance is here…Altoona Style! Jumpstart to a healthieryou by competing just like the contestants on tv except noone will get eliminated! You will be able to train twice aweek and get nutrition tips from a trainer with a weeklyweigh-in.Dates: April 23-May 30 or July 23-August 29Monday & WednesdayTime: 6:30-7:30 p.m.Fee: $60.00Boot CampAre you feeling tired and sluggish? Bored with yourcurrent exercise routine or wanting to try somethingnew? Boot camp might be just the ticket! Come join thishigh energy, full body workout and see the benefits foryourself!Dates:FitnessNew!New!June 4-July 18 (No class week of July 2nd)Monday & WednesdayTime: 6:30-7:30 p.m.Fee: $60.00Your Partner in Bankingwww.citizensstatebank.us1028 N. Hillcrest Pkwy., Altoona, WI 54720Phone: 715-832-2265 Fax: 715-832-1497Member FDIC17 HD TV’SLARGE PROJECTION TVNFL & MLB TICKETDRINK & FOOD SPECIALSBecome A VIP Member Today!For Special Announcements & Deals!Sign up today at www.happyhollowtavern.comYour Partner in Bankingwww.citizensstatebank.us1028 N. Hillcrest Pkwy., Altoona, WI 54720Phone: 715-832-2265 Fax: 715-832-1497Member FDICJoin the Fan ClubLIKE US ON FACEBOOK AT HAPPY HOLLOW TAVERN!1628 N. Hillcrest Pkwy. Altoona, WI 54720715‐832‐2826Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us11


R–RealA–AdventuresI–InL–LearningRail Summer ProgramAltoona R.A.I.L. (Real Adventures in Learning) is offeredby the Altoona Parks & Recreation Department and theSchool District of Altoona for the children of Altoona.Children that are within the Altoona School District’slimits are eligible to participate in the R.A.I.L program.The R.A.I.L. Summer Program will run in two, three weeksessions, Session 1: June 12-29; Session 2: July 9 - 27,Monday through Friday, and will start each morning at8:30 a.m. and run until 1:00 p.m. with a half hour lunchbreak. Children will be required to bring a sack luncheach day. Children will have the opportunity to choosefrom a variety of different programs to participate in eachsession. Each child will be able to attend four differentprograms each day or sign up for classes individually. Thecost to Altoona School District students will be a $20.00per session material fee or $5.00 per class material fee.The registration form (located on page 16) and fees areto be turned into the Altoona Parks & Recreation Officewhich is located at 1904 Spooner Ave, Altoona, by thedeadline date of June 8, 2012. We accept cash or checks,checks should be written out to the School District ofAltoona. We reserve the right to change course offerings,teachers, or cancel the program based on enrollment.Grade is based on the upcoming school year. Please do notrequest to have your child put into a program he/she doesnot meet the age requirements. All requirements are setto benefit the children and make instruction appropriate.Registration is based on a first come first serve basis soregister early!2012 RAIL Bus ScheduleDrop Area Pick-Up/Drop-Off Point Pick-Up/Drop-Off TimesGables & House Rd.............Corner............................................... 7:17 a.m. / 1:50 p.m.Vernon & Hamilton.............Corner............................................... 7:22 a.m. / 1:10 p.m.Laurel & Loring...................935 Vernon........................................ 7:25 a.m. / 1:12 p.m.Spooner & Harvest Lane......Corner............................................... 7:30 a.m. / 1:14 p.m.Lake Rd & Moonlight .........P.U. Corner & D.O. 2004 Lake........... 7:33 a.m. / 1:17 p.m.Lake Rd & Beach Rd...........Corner............................................... 7:36 a.m. / 1:22 p.m.S Shore & Briar Cliffe..........Corner............................................... 7:38 a.m. / 1:24 p.m.Red Pine & Oakcrest...........Corner............................................... 7:40 a.m. / 1:26 p.m.Valley View ........................Valley View & David Lane................. 7:42 a.m. / 1:27 p.m.Valley View.........................1310 Valley View Drive...................... 7:43 a.m. / 1:28 p.m.Nine Mile & S Edgewater....Corner............................................... 7:46 a.m. / 1:31 p.m.Hillcrest Trailer Park............Mini Stop Store.................................. 7:50 a.m. / 1:35 p.m.Windsor Forest....................Nottingham Way & Windsor Forest.... 7:52 a.m. / 1:42 p.m.Saxonwood Rd. & Winchester Way.... 7:56 a.m. / 1:45 p.m.Burgess Addition.................Briar & Sunset Lane............................ 8:00 a.m. / 1:09 p.m.5th St E & Radcliff.............................. 8:02 a.m. / 1:08 p.m.Lawrence & Sunset Lane.................... 8:03 a.m. / 1:07 p.m.Drop off (D.O.) and pick-up (P.U.) will be at Pederson Elementary playground at 8:15 a.m. / 1:00 p.m.12 Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.usRoutes and timesmay vary due toparticipation.


Rail Summer ProgramTipToe Into Kindergarten*For incoming Kindergarten studentsCome get ready for Kindergarten! We will read stories,sing and play with friends….all while learning new things!The students will participate in both large group and smallgroup activities, along with activity stations to keep themengaged and active throughout the day! Get rid of theKindergarten “jitters” with this great opportunity!Learning with LegosGrades 1-2Harry Potter, Spiderman, NBA and Star Wars will all beinvolved as we develop our math, science and art skills!Participants will also be given time for free exploration ofthe wonderful world of Legos!Outdoor PursuitsGrades 1-2Calling all adventurers! In this class we will explorethe school’s prairie, follow an ant, adopt a tree and find apet rock! We will also collect, identify and draw plants allaround us….and more!Bike and HikeGrades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6Children may register for only One Bike & Hike ClassJoin us to explore Altoona on foot and bike! Childrenwill learn the importance of bike safety while having achance to travel the city. Bike, helmet and tennis shoes arerequired for participation.Cooking CrazeGrades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6Discover how to make great food on your own! This isa unique and fun experience where you will learn how tofollow a recipe, basic cooking skills and kitchen safety.Science DiscoveryGrades 1-2, 3-4Bring out the scientist in you while having fun! Comecreate and let your mind explore using everyday householditems! Who knew science could be this much fun!Reading AdventuresGrades 3-4This class will explore a variety of children’s novels andbooks that will turn you into a bona fide book lover!Session 1: June 12 - 29Stone Soup: We AllHave Stories to ShareGrades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6In this class you will listen to traditional folktales andlearn how to tell your own. We all have stories to tell.We will also use reader’s theater scripts, make our owncostumes and create instruments for a performance forour younger peers!Computer CampGrades 1-2Basic computer skills and educational games/activitiescombine to create an interactive learning experience thatis bound to bring the “computer geek” out in all whoattend!Computer CreativityGrades 3-4, 5-6This is a class for kids who want to learn how to usecreative functions on the computer. We will use creativefonts and images in programs like Word, PowerPoint andPaint.Diary of a Wimpy KidGrades 5-6Join us as we journey through the first two books of theWimpy Kid series, where Greg Heffley gets a taste of theups and downs of middle school life. Get ready to jumpinto the books, discuss and journal about those middleschool years!Games and StrategiesGrades 3-4, 5-6Come learn the rules and strategies for classic gameslike chess, solitaire and yahtzee…..and some new gamesas well!Mystery MakersGrades 5-6Do you ever wonder what it would be like to solve amystery? Come use your detective skills to solve variousmysteries that have been happening around the school!Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us13


TipToe IntoKindergarten*For incoming Kindergarten studentsCome get ready for Kindergarten! We will read stories,sing and play with friends….all while learning new things!The students will participate in both large group and smallgroup activities, along with activity stations to keep themengaged and active throughout the day! Get rid of theKindergarten “jitters” with this great opportunity!Math Game GaloreGrades 1-2, 3-4Build upon your math skills while playing fun games!Not only will this class ignite a passion for math, but itwill provide games and activities to be played at homewith your family!Team BuildingGrades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6Boys and girls will work together and focus on sportsmanshipwhile playing team sports like basketball,football, wiffleball, kickball, and floor hockey!Art on the BusGrades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6You’ve seen it on the news and now is your chance tobe a part of the fun! Use your imagination to design andcreate wild hats, instruments never seen before, magicboxes and creatures all made from recycled materials! Artprojects will be hung in two city buses for a year as part ofthe “Art on the Bus” program!Lights, Camera…Action!Grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6Create the backgrounds, props, sound effects, andcharacters needed to bring a story to life! No previousacting experience necessary.Storybook CreationsGrades 1-2, 3-4Participate in large group, small group and independentactivities related to various children’s books! Handmadepuppets, unique art projects, reader’s theatre and creativewriting exercises will ripen your love for reading andstorybooks!Session 2: July 9-27Rail Summer ProgramSummer ScienceGrades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6Do you love science and want to have fun learningabout it? Then this class is for you! Learn about a variety ofscience topics through hands-on experiments, modeling,demonstrations and exploration.Games Aroundthe WorldGrades 1-2Make game boards for games played in Colombia,make game sticks from China, play games played by kidsin Africa, Cuba, and some European countries too!Journey throughSeussvilleGrades 1-2Experience the magical and wacky world of Dr. Seussthrough stories, hands-on activities, games, crafts andsnacks!!Splendid ScrapbookingGrades 3-4, 5-6Create a masterpiece using your photos! Learntechniques for creating different ways to display yourphotos and create various projects that capture yourcreativity!SurvivorGrades 3-4, 5-6Test your skills and see if you can survive RAIL camp!What will you do to win it all?Express Yourself!Grades 5-6Students can express how they are feeling in meaningfuland imaginative ways through artwork, journals, poetryand song!Don’t Sit! Get Fit!Grades 5-6Avoid becoming a couch potato! Participate in awesomeactivities, like obstacle course, group games and teamsports that will really get you moving!14 Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us


Rail Summer Program RegistrationSee Registration Formon page 16.2012 Altoona RAILRegistration FormAltoona Parks and Recreation1904 Spooner Ave., Altoona, WI 54720839-5188School District of Altoona Residents: Return completedform along with $20.00 per 3-Week Session Block or$5.00 per class for a material fee for each child to AltoonaParks & Recreation, 1904 Spooner Ave., Altoona WI,54720. A course selection summary for your child will besent to you in May. It will include the session, course title,and room assignment.I hereby give my permission for the named childto parti cipate in programs offered by the Altoona Parks& Recreation Department and the School District ofAltoona. I also certify that the named child is in normalhealth and capable of participating safely in the programshe/she is registered in. Furthermore, I recognize andacknowledge that there is the possibility of physical injuryin these programs and do hereby agree to save harmlessthe City of Altoona and its employees, the School Districtof Altoona and its employees and sponsors of programsoffered by the Altoona Recreation Department from andagainst all liability, damage or claims of whatever naturearising for injury to the named child as are result of his/herparticipation in these programs.Classes may fill up or cancelled and registration isdeter mined on a first come first serve basis, therefore Igive permission for the Altoona Parks and Recreation tochange my child’s schedule at any time. I also understandthat appropriate behavior, ability to follow directions andparticipation are expectations of the R.A.I.L.’s program.Failure for my child to do will result in appropriateconsequences.Parents/Guardian SignatureDateDISCLAIMER OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OFALTOONAThe School District of Altoona from time to timepermits the distribution of information related toappropriate non-commercial activities sponsored bynonprofit groups. Distribution of materials does not meanor imply sponsorship or support of the activity by theschool system. Any problems related to the operation ofthe activity will be strictly between the participant and thesponsoring organization. Request for further informationabout the activity should be directed to the sponsoringorganization.Altoona AreaFoundationCreating a lasting legacythrough your tax deductiblecontributions.For the kids…For the Community…www.Altoona.k12.wi.usClick on “Community Tab”Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us15


Rail Summer Program Registration2012 Altoona RAILRegistration FormAltoona Parks and Recreation1904 Spooner Ave., Altoona, WI 54720839-5188Participant’s Name__________________________ Grade in Fall_____________________________________________Food Allergies_ _____________________________________________________________________________________Birthdate__________________________________ Parent/Guardian__________________________________________Address___________________________________________________________________________________________Daytime Phone_____________________________ Cell Phone______________________________________________* Will your child be using the bus transportation provided (please see bus schedule located on page 6) Yes_____ No_____NOTE: Please complete a separate form for each child. Choose the programs and sessions that you want to sign up forby putting a check in the appropriate box.Grade K Session 1 (June 12-29) Session 2 (July 9-27)8:30-1:00 Tip Toe into Kindergarten Tip Toe into Kindergarten2Grade 1-2 Session 1 (June 12-29) Session 2 (July 9-27)8:30-9:30 Learning with Legos Math Games GaloreOutdoor PursuitsTeam Building9:30-10:30 Bike and Hike Art on the BusCooking CrazeLights, Camera... Action!10:30-11:30 Science Discovery Storybook CreationsBike and HikeSummer Science12:00-1:00 Stone Soup Games Around the WorldComputer CampJourney through SeussvilleGrades 3-4 Session 1 (June 12-29) Session 2 (July 9-27)8:30-9:30 Computer Creativity Splendid ScrapbookingBike and HikeArt on the Bus9:30-10:30 Reading Adventures Math Games GaloreStone SoupTeam Building10:30-11:30 Bike and Hike SurvivorCooking CrazeLights, Camera... Action!12:00-1:00 Games & Strategies Storybook CreationsScience DiscoverySummer ScienceGrades 5-6 Session 1 (June 12-29) Session 2 (July 9-27)8:30-9:30 Diary of a Wimpy Kid Lights, Camera... Action!Cooking CrazeSummer Science9:30-10:30 Computer Creativity Splendid ScrapbookingBike and HikeExpress Yourself!10:30-11:30 Games & Strategies Team BuildingStone SoupArt on the Bus12:00-1:00 Bike and Hike Don’t Sit! Get Fit!Mystery MakersSurvivor16 Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us


July 4thFamily Eventin Altoona CityParkJoinUs!FamilyKickballTournamenton the10th StreetBall FieldRegistration fee: $20.00 per teamStart of tournament depends on the number of teamsregistered.Registration information at the Parks & Recreation Officeor www.ci.altoona.wi.us.Kickball Tournament Champions receive 10 KalahariResort wrist bands good for the Water parks and theIndoor Theme Park, pizza and soda for 10 people a$400.00 value and transportation provided by Rockn Roll To Go Plus! to and from the Kalahari in the H2Hummer Limousine!!!4:00 p.m. DJ Entertainment – Interactive Gamesand Prizes throughout the eveningMidway Games – Bean Bags Toss,Plinko, Troll TossInteractive Inflatables – SpidermanObstacle Course, Slide, Jump HouseFood Stands – Cotton Candy, Sno Cones,Popcorn, Pizza, Hotdogs, Pop & Water5:00-9:30 p.m. MusicDusk FireworksJuly 4th family event SponsorsCity ofParks and RecreationWisconsin DellsAltoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.usPEPSI_S1_4C17


City ofAltoona Park SurveysParks and RecreationDear Altoona Resident:The City of Altoona Parks and Recreation Department is in the process of updating Altoona’sOutdoor Recreation Plan. Our goal is to learn about the expectations, opinions, and interestsof our residents residing in the City of Altoona related to recreational opportunities in Altoona.This information will assist us in our efforts to better manage our parks and to serve thecommunity’s needs.The Needs Assessment Survey for 2012 is a detailed survey to find out what residents wantaccomplished in our Parks and Recreation Department. Please answer all questions to the bestof your ability and provide any additional information or suggestions you may have.Following the Needs Assessment Survey is our River Prairie Park Survey. We are looking foryour input to determine what amenities and opportunities residents would like included inthe park. We need your help to determine what future uses and amenities will best serve thecommunity.Surveys can be retuned at the following locations:• Pederson Elementary School Office Foyer• Altoona Emergency Services Building/Parks & Recreation office• Altoona City Hall• Altoona LibraryThank you in advance for taking the time to participate in these important surveys. If youhave any questions, please feel free to contact the Altoona Parks & Recreation Department at715-839-5188.Sincerely,Altoona Parks & Recreation CommitteeAltoona Parks & Recreation1904 Spooner Ave. Altoona, WI 5472018 Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us


Altoona Park SurveysCity ofParks and RecreationPARK & RECREATIONNEEDS ASSESSMENT 2012GENERAL1. How familiar are you with the Altoona Parks and Recreation Department?_____Familiar _____Somewhat Familiar _____Not Familiar2. Have you visited the City of Altoona Parks & Recreation Department Website?_____Yes _____No3. Have you or any member of your household participated in any programs offered by the Altoona Parks andRecreation Department in the past year?_____Yes _____No4. How satisfied are you with the Altoona Parks and Recreation Departments programs and services?_____Very Satisfied _____Somewhat Satisfied _____Somewhat Disappointed_____Disappointed _____No OpinionComments:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________5. How safe do you feel in the City of Altoona parks, trails, and recreation facilities?_____Very Safe _____Somewhat Safe _____Not to Safe _____Not at all SafeComments:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________6. How would you prefer to receive information on Altoona Parks & Recreation Department activities and facilities?_____Website _____Newspaper _____Radio _____Television _____E-mail_____In person at facilities _____Printed Material (Brochures, Flyers, Posters)_____Social Media (Facebook/Twitter)7. How long have you resided in Altoona? Please list street name._____Less than 3 years _____3-5 years _____6-10 years _____Over 10 yearsStreet____________________________________________________________________________________________8. Starting with yourself, what are the ages of all the people in your household?________, ________, ________, ________, ________, ________, ________, ________9. Would you be interested in participating in a Focus Group for Altoona Parks & Recreation or serving on the City’sParks and Recreation Committee?_____Yes _____No If yes, contact information_ _____________________________________________________10. How do you feel about tobacco use in the city’s parks?_____I feel no tobacco use should be the policy_____Use should be limited to designated areas_____I currently see no issues with tobacco useAltoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us19


PARKSAltoona Park Surveys1. In the last year, what park(s) have you or the members of your family visited?_____Cinder City Park _____River Prairie Park _____Devney Park_____Lakefront Park _____Highland Park _____Altoona City Park (10th St.)_____Otter Creek Trail (Centennial Park)2. How often do members of your household visit Altoona Parks per year?_____1-5 times _____6-10 times _____11-19 times _____20+ times_____Do not visit the parks3. What amenities do you use while at the park(s)?_____Tennis Courts _____Basketball Courts _____Biking Trails_____Athletic Fields _____Picnic Pavilions _____Playgrounds_____Walking Path _____Fishing Pier _____Recreation CenterOther:___________________________________________________________________________________________4. What park improvements do you support?_____Parking _____Picnic Tables _____Benches_____Drinking Fountains _____Shade Trees _____Shelters_____Workout Equipment _____Park Lighting _____Bike Racks_____10th St. Ball Field Lighting _____Trail Lighting_____Sidewalks_____Basketball Courts _____Baseball Fields _____Softball Fields_____Splash Pad (water feature) _____Handicap Accessibility _____Sledding Hill_____Restrooms _____Mountain Bike Trails _____Bike Trails_____Toddlers Playground _____Youth Playground _____Flower Beds_____Undeveloped Nature Area _____Open-air Pavilions _____Closed PavilionsOther:___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________If anything is specific to one park, please indicate which one:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________5. Are there any neighborhoods you believe need additional parks?_____No_____Yes, Location(s):_ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________6. We are looking to honor our Veteran’s by putting a Veteran’s Memorial in a park. Do you support this?_____Yes _____NoIf yes, what park would you like to see it in? _____River Prairie _____CentennialRECREATION1. Regardless of participation with the Altoona Parks and Recreation Department programs, what recreationalactivities do you engage in? (Check all the apply)_____Soccer (____Youth ____Adult)_____Art Class_____Football (____Youth ____Adult)_____Running_____Basketball (____Youth ____Adult)_____Biking_____Baseball (____Youth ____Adult)_____Roller Blading_____Softball (____Youth ____Adult)_____Cross Country Skiing_____Volleyball (____Youth ____Adult)_____Fishing_____Dance (____Youth ____Adult)_____Bow Hunting_____Tennis (____Youth ____Adult)_____Fitness Class_____Gymnastics_____Yoga ClassOther(s)__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________20 Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us


Altoona Park Surveys2. Which specific Altoona Parks & Recreation programs and activities do you or the members of your familyparticipate in?_____Pre-School Programs (One Day Wonders)_____Halloween Party_____Kickball_____Learn to Skate Class_____T-ball_____Winter Cooking Class_____Youth Soccer League_____Christmas Cookie Class_____10th Street Recreation Center_____Fitness Classes_____Bust-A-Move Class_____Composting 101 Class_____Bike Maintenance for Women Class_____Adult Co-ed Kickball League_____Adult Softball League_____RAILS Camp_____3-on3 Basketball League_____Kalahari Trip_____Adult Co-ed Volleyball League_____Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp_____5-on-5 Basketball League_____Candy Bar Bingo_____Flag Football League_____Altoona Scavenger Hunt_____Youth Soccer League_____Breakfast with Santa_____Youth Crafts for the Holidays_____Scrapbooking Class3. Are there any recreational activities you would like to see added to the Altoona Parks & Recreation Department?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________4. What additional comments do you have for the Altoona Parks and Recreation Department?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________5. Would you support or oppose a small increase in your property taxes to pay for recreational programs andfacilities within the Altoona Parks & Recreation Department?_____Support _____OpposeComments:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Thank you for filling out the Altoona Parks and Recreation Needs AssessmentAltoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us21


City ofAltoona Park SurveysRiver Prairie Park SurveyParks and RecreationThe City is currently in the planning stage to determine what recreational activities and amenities community memberswould like in Altoona’s River Prairie Park. The park consists of two large parcels, one forming a corridor adjacent to theEau Claire River and the other lying to the east of the parking area at the intersection of 10th Street and River PrairieDrive.1. Please identify Parks and Recreation needs and priorities which you believe the City of Altoona shouldconcentrate on in the River Prairie Park area:River Prairie Park High Priority Low Priority Not InterestedPrairie Restoration/Native PlantsToddler Playground (ages 2 –5)Youth Playground (ages 5–12)Open Air Picnic PavilionOpen Air Event PavilionClosed Pavilion (Multi-use building)Event AmphitheaterBathroom FacilitiesPicnic Tables/BenchesPark LightingSledding HillBiking TrailsWalking TrailsFishing Dock or PierCanoe and Kayak landingDisc Golf CourseCommunity Plot GardenVFW Memorial AreaDog ParkWater Feature (Splash Pad)Open Grass AreaInterpretive DisplaysNature Based educational programsFitness Stations2. Please let us know if you have any other suggestions, ideas, or comments regarding this survey:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Thank you for taking the time to fill out the River Prairie Park SurveyAltoona Parks & Recreation1904 Spooner Ave.Altoona, WI 5472022 Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us


Altoona Public LibraryPICNICPICNICPICNIC2012 Summer Reading ProgramSign up for the summer reading program, June 11-16,at the library. The library’s six-week program will run fromJune 18 - July 28, and is open to all children 11 years andyounger. All participants will receive a reading record inwhich to keep track of the hours they spend reading. Theyoungest participants can keep track of the hours they areread to by their parents or other caregivers.For more info on this or the “Teen Reading Program”(ages 12 - 17) contact the library at 839-5029.Week #1 Tues. 6/19 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Story Time (ages 2-8 / no sign up)Wed. 6/20 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Colleen and Uncle Squaty (Musicians)Thur. 6/21 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Children’s MovieThur. 6/21 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. School Age Book Club (Ages 9-11 / separate sign-up req’d.)Vote on a book to read and make ribbon & button bookmarks.Week #2 Tues. 6/26 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Story Time (ages 2-8 / no sign up)Wed. 6/27 6:30 – 7:15 p.m. The Magic of Isaiah (Magician)Thur. 6/28 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Children’s MovieWeek #3 Tues. 7/3 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Story Time (ages 2-8 / no sign up)Wed. 7/4 LIBRARY CLOSED Happy Independence Day!Thur. 7/5 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Children’s MovieWeek #4 Tues. 7/10 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Story Time (ages 2-8 / no sign up)Wed. 7/11 6:30 – 7:15 p.m. Traveling Lantern “Peter Pan” (Theatrical Performance)Thur. 7/12 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Children’s MovieWeek #5 Tues. 7/17 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Story Time (ages 2-8 / no sign up)Wed. 7/18 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Ozseeker the Clown Magic ShowThur. 7/19 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Children’s MovieWeek #6 Tues. 7/24 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Story Time (ages 2 -8 / no sign up)Wed. 7/25 6:30 – 7:15 p.m. Live Bat Program (World tour of bats with S. Reynolds)Thur. 7/26 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Children’s MovieThur. 7/26 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. School Age Book Club (Ages 9-11 / separate sign-up (req’d.)Discuss book and make metal foil picturesWed. Aug. 1 • 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.End of the Summer Reading Program Picnicin the Community Room for all ReadingProgram Participants and their Families.11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. — Kevin’s Juggling andBalloons (Balloon Twisting for Kids)This is a “for-fun” reading program, designed to encouragechildren to read for pleasure and to explore all the resourcesavailable at the public library. As children enjoy books andother materials, they maintain or improve their readingskills and build lifelong reading habits. The library welcomeschildren of all abilities and all programs are FREE of charge.Altoona Public LibraryMonday....... 9 - 8Tuesday........ 9 - 8Wednesday.. 9 - 8Thursday...... 9 - 8Friday........... 9 - 6Saturday....... 9 - 51303 Lynn Avenue • Altoona, WI 54720715-839-5029www.altoonapubliclibrary.orgwww.more.lib.wi.usAltoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us23


Altoona Parks & Recreation Dept.1904 Spooner Ave.Altoona, WI 54720PRSRT STDUS PostagePAIDPermit #203Eau Claire, WIAltoona Parks & RecreationProgram Registration FormMail to: Altoona Parks & Recreation Dept., 1904 Spooner Ave., Altoona, WI 54720 • Fax to: 715-839-1610Family Last Name______________________________Parent’s Name___________________________________________Address______________________________________City__________________________ State_Zip___________________E-mail address________________________________________________________________________________________Home Phone__________________________________Cell Phone______________________________________________Special Considerations_________________________________________________________________________________Activity Date of T-shirt ProgramParticipant’s Name - First & Last Program Name code Birth Age Grade Size FeeI understand participation in Altoona Parks & RecreationPrograms involves an element of risk or danger for allparticipants and may cause serious injury, death or propertyloss. I agree to assume these risks for my family and releasethe City of Altoona and its employees, the School District ofAltoona and its employees, the sponsors of the programs,TOTALand other participants from liability for injuries anddamages sustained while participating in these programs.Participant or Parent/Guardian SignatureDatePayment Information:❍ Cash ❍ Money Order ❍ Check #_________ Checks payable to: City of Altoona❍ Visa ❍ MasterCard ❍ Discover ❍ American ExpressCard #______________________________________ Card Holder’s Signature___________________________________Altoona Parks & Recreation Department • 715-839-5188 • www.ci.altoona.wi.us

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