Hillsboro Recreation Commission
The Hillsboro Recreation Commission and the Honorable Tiger School of Martial Arts is sponsoring a Martial Arts program taught by Ko Hai Mervin Lare who is a Sifu Joe Bostick 5th Level Lao Hu Pa’i Gung Fu. The classes will include Goshin Jutsu Karate, Lao Hu Pa’i Gung Fu, Judo Techniques, Self Defense Training, Aiki Jutsu Karate, and More. Classes will be held at the Hillsboro Elementary School at 6:30 pm. The price for this class is $40 a month. To download an Entry Form click here and click on the download button. After the form has downloaded you are then able to fill it out on the computer and print it out or you can print it out and fill it out by hand.
Skywalkers' trampoline and tumbling of Emporia, Wichita, Ottawa, and Marion will be offering a gymnastics program for boys and girls in Hillsboro, with classes beginning on Tuesday, September 9th. We need at least 25 students to offer this program so please help spread the word. We are excited about the opportunity to bring you this program. You may learn more about Skywalkers' at their website www.skywalkersgymnastics.com. Skywalkers' has enjoyed a very successful program since 1987. They have produced many national champions and are currently ranked the highest level program in the state of Kansas.
Age groups will be 5-7, 8-12, and 13 and older. We will take 3 and 4 yrs if there is enough interest. We only allow approximately 6 kids per instructor. All classes will be an hour in length. This is to insure the highest quality of instruction. All classes will include both trampoline & tumbling time. The cost is $45 per month, which is a lower cost than any of Skywalkers' other gymnastic programs because of the cooperation of the Hillsboro Recreation Commission. You are only committed month to month; however you must give a 30 day
“I’m an Ump!”
Donald Jensen was struck on the head by a thrown bat while umpiring a little league game in Terre Haute, Ind. He shook off the blow, and finished working the game, but that night he went to a hospital with head pains. While being kept overnight for observation, the umpire wrote the following letter to parents of Little Leaguers everywhere.
“I’m an umpire. I don’t do it for a living, but only on weekends for fun. I’ve played baseball, coached it and watched it, but somehow nothing takes the place of umpiring. Maybe I feel deep down that I am providing a fair chance for all kids to play the game without disagreements and arguments.
We have all sorts of cardio equipment, machine weights and free weights.
We have 2 types of cardio bikes (4 total) 3 Treadmills available
come join us!!