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Aquatics

• The Lancaster County Central Park Swimming Pool will open for the Memorial Day Holiday weekend as well as the weekends of June 1-2 and June 8-9, then will open daily starting June 12. Swim lessons are also available. Pool users may pay a one-time membership fee for unlimited pool use for the 2019 season or purchase day passes. For more information, go online at lancastercountyparks.org, call 717-299-8215 or visit the park office at 1050 Rockford Road from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Discounted pool memberships for the season are available if purchased on or before May 24.

• The Central Park Swimming Pool is hiring certified lifeguards for the summer season. To apply online, visit co.lancaster.pa.us/1144/Employment-Opportunities or for information, email agesent@co.lancaster.pa.us.

• Outdoor swim lessons will be available at Lititz Springs Pool, Leola Pool and Manheim Borough Pool. There will be June and July morning sessions for children ages 3 and up, with multiple skill development levels. For more information, go online at lititzrec.com/aquatics/outdoor-pools/, call 717-626-5096 or email HeatherFittery@lititzrec.com.

Basketball

• The 11th annual Buckskins Basketball Youth Camp will be held from June 17-20 from 8 a.m. to noon at Conestoga Valley High School’s Rill Gym. The camp is for any boys entering grades 4-10. Cost is $85, $75 for a second camper per family, and $50 for a third camper per family. Registration is available online at CVyouthbasketball.com. For more information contact Doug Cody at DCody@codylegal.com, or Brad Herr at brad_herr@conestogavalley.org.

• The L-S Lady Pioneers Youth Basketball Camp for Lampeter-Strasburg girls entering grades 3-9 will be held June 17-19 from 9 a.m. to noon. The camp will be run by the L-S high school coaching staff with help from the 2019 L-S high school players. There will be daily skill stations, competitions and games. The deadline to register is June 1. All campers will receive a T-shirt. Go to goo.gl/g4BZ2X for a registration form or contact Coach Fink at awf85@netzero.net.

• The Pioneer Boys Basketball Summer Camp will be held June 10-13. Morning session is 8-11:30a.m. for grades 7-10, afternoon session is 12:30-4 p.m. for grades 3-6. Campers will receive a T-shirt. Other camp highlights include team and individual competitions and daily prizes. Instruction by L-S coaching staff and varsity and JV players. Registration forms may be found on the school website under Athletics. For information and details email John Achille at john_achille@l-spioneers.org or call 717-405-8057.

• Hempfield Girls Basketball Camp 2019 for girls entering grades 2-9 (ages 7-15) will be held June 24-27 from 9 a.m. to noon at Hempfield High School’s Buchanan Gym. Cost is $75 for the first player, $60 for additional siblings. For a registration form go online at hempfieldsd.org, find “athletics” then “girls basketball.” Direct questions to coachnmartin@gmail.com.

• The Ephrata Mini-Mounts Basketball Camp for girls entering grades 3-9 will be held from 8:30 a.m. to noon July 8-11 at Ephrata Middle School. Focus will be on skill development, competitions and games. Registration forms are available on the Lady Mounts Basketball website or by contacting Coach Cerullo at b_cerullo@easdpa.org.

• The Hoop For Hope Summer Basketball League for players in Grades 3-10 will open practice in June. Teams are coed. Coaches will notify players of practice days/times, and games will be played at Brandon Park. Grades 3-6 will have games on Mondays and Grades 7-10 will have games on Tuesdays. Register in person Wednesday, May 8 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. or Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Lancaster Rec Commission, 525 Fairview Ave., Lancaster. Cost is $15. Register in person by May 17 or until full. For more information, call 717-392-2115 or go online at LancasterRec.org.

• The Messiah College Men's Basketball Program will conduct two overnight or commuter skill development camps on June 23-27 and July 21-25 for boys ages 10-18. For more information or to register online visit GoMessiah.com/camps or call Rick Van Pelt at 717-766-2511, ext. 2450.

• Registration is now open for Spooky Nook Summer men’s and women’s leagues. Contact bradene@nooksports.com or 717-618-8510 to register or for more information.

Bouldering

• A women’s-only clinic will be held at recROC Indoor Bouldering & Obstacle Center, 201 Rock Lititz Blvd., Lititz, from 9-11 a.m. June 8 for adults 18 and over. The clinic is designed for climbers interested in getting started in the sport, as well as novice climbers (in the v0-v3 range of bouldering) who are looking to step their skills up to the next level. For more information, go online at lititzrecROC.com, call 717-874-3281 or email PaulFiletti@lititzrec.com.

Cheerleading

• Junior Tornado Cheer is for children ages 5-12 (must be 6 by Sept. 1) to learn and perform cheers for midget football games. Practices will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7:30 p.m. beginning July 16. Games are on Saturdays or Sundays beginning late August or early September. Register in person May 22 and June 6 from 5-7 p.m. or Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Lancaster Rec Commission, 525 Fairview Ave., Lancaster. Cheerleaders must be at registration for uniform sizing. Register by June 6 or until full. Call 717-392-2115 or visit LancasterRec.org for more information.

Coaching openings

• The Hempfield athletic department has an opening for an assistant junior high field hockey coach. Interested candidates must apply online at hempfieldsd.org. For questions, contact the Hempfield Athletic Office at hsdathletics@hempfieldsd.org.

• Warwick High School is accepting applications for a junior high cheerleading coach and assistant boys soccer coach until May 27. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and a coaching resume to Warwick High School, Attn: Ryan Landis, Director of Athletics, 301 W. Orange St., Lititz, PA 17543. Applications will also be accepted via email at rlandis@warwicksd.org.

• The Lampeter-Strasburg Athletic Department has the following vacancies for the 2019-20 school year: junior high assistant girls basketball coach, junior high head boys soccer coach, high school JV boys soccer coach. high school JV girls soccer coach, high school assistant swimming coach, and high school JV and assistant varsity volleyball coaches. Qualified candidates should have previous playing and/or coaching experience, and should apply online at l-spioneers.org/Departments/Human-Resources/. Positions open until filled. EOE.

• Lancaster Country Day School is accepting applications for a head girls soccer coach. Visit lancastercountryday.org/page/athletics for more information, or send resume with cover letter to kraftz@lancastercountryday.org.

Cycling

• The Kirkwood Road Race is set for May 25. Pennsylvania State Championships (M1-2, M3, M4 and M5). Races for various categories of Men, Women, Juniors (15-18), and Masters (45/55/65). Registration, start times, and additional information may be found online at bikereg.com/2019-kirkwood-road-race.

Field hockey

• For the Love of Field Hockey Summer Camp, directed by Angie Haas Strouse, is being offered to student-athletes entering grades 1-9. It is a unique, character-building experience from July 8-11 at Keystone State in Manheim. For more information or to register, email Coach Angie at astrouse@aol.com.

• Next Level Youth Field Hockey Camp, directed by head coach Jessica Shellenberger, will take place at Elizabethtown High School from June 17-21, running daily from 8-11 a.m. The camp is for all interested field hockey players entering grades 1-6 this fall. For more information contact Coach Shellenberger at nextlevelfh17@gmail.com or check out the website at nextlevelfieldhockey.com.

• Next Level Junior High Field Hockey Camp, directed by head coach Jessica Shellenberger, will take place at Donegal High School from June 24-27, running daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The camp is for all interested field hockey players entering grades 7-9 this fall. For more information contact Coach Shellenberger at nextlevelfh17@gmail.com or check out the website at nextlevelfieldhockey.com.

Football

• Junior Tornado Tackle Football, for children ages 7-12 (age as of Sept. 1) will play in the Red Rose Midget Football League in the B, C and D divisions. Practices are held at the McCaskey practice football field beginning the first week of August. Register in person May 22 and June 6 from 5-7 p.m. or Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Lancaster Rec Commission, 525 Fairview Ave., Lancaster. Player must be at registration for uniform sizing/measurement and a copy of player's birth certificate is required. Register by June 6 or until full. Call the Lancaster Rec at 717-392-2115 or visit LancasterRec.org for more information.

Golf

• The 12th annual Drive Against Homelessness, sponsored by Engle Printing and Publishing Co. Inc., will be held June 14 at Crossgates Golf Club in Millersville. The four-player scramble event will have two flights: a morning shotgun start at 7 a.m. and an afternoon start at 1:30 p.m. Registration begins one hour before start time. Entry fee is $90 per player or $340 per foursome. Package includes driving range before round, coffee and pastries/lunch, full meal after round, greens fees and cart, skill prizes and door prizes. • Registration deadline is May 24. For more information or to register, go online at epcgolfouting.com or contact Jocelyn Engle at 717-492-2588 or jrengle@engleonline.com.

• Crossgates Golf Club has several upcoming programs: the Red, White and Blue 2-Person Scramble on May 25, the Couples 9 and Dine on May 31 and the 7-week Tuesday Summer Junior Golf Program beginning June 11. Register online, in the golf shop or over the phone. For more information about any of these programs, call 717-872-4500 or check out the course’s website at crossgatesgolf.com.

• The Ephrata Elks Annual Golf Tournament is set for June 1 at Manor Golf Course. The scramble-format event will have a shotgun start at 7:30 a.m. Cost is $75 per player. Hot dogs, sandwiches and refreshments will be available at the golf course. A post-golf outing at the Elks Lodge is included in cost and includes a steak luncheon. Cash prizes for first, second and third place. For more information call Blake Imhoff at 717-824-5502 or Wanda Imhoff at 717-471-8228.

• Landis Adult Day Services will sponsor its 28th annual golf tournament June 7 at the Foxchase Golf Club in Denver. The tournament format is a four-player team scramble with shotgun starts at 7:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Registration of $100 includes green fees, golf cart, lunch and closing ceremony dinner, beverages on course, putting and hole contests, prizes and door gifts. Call 717-509-5490 for more golf information, or download a brochure at bit.ly/2VTgSxe.

• The second annual Morgantown American Legion tournament, to benefit the Post 537 Building Fund, will be held May 18 at Manor Golf Club, 153 Bran Road, Sinking Spring. Cost is $70 per golfer for the four-person scramble, including cart, contests, picnic dinner, beer, soda and water. Registration opens at 12:30 p.m. with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. For more information, contact Jan Creitz at jnc0812@aol.com or Mike Lightcap at mike.lightcap@verizon.net.

• The 21st annual Wilson Bulldog Golf Tournament will be held June 21 at Manor Golf Club, 153 Bran Road, Sinking Spring. The four-person scramble will begin in a shotgun start at 1 p.m., and the range will open at noon. Cost is $80 per person or $320 per team. Players must be age 21 or over. For more information, contact Mike Bender at 610-670-0180 ext. 5006 or via email at benmat@wilsonsd.org.

Rec centers

• Brightside Opportunities Center, at 515 Hershey Ave., Lancaster, offers a variety of programs for all ages, with a diverse population — yoga, family yoga, Tai Chi, nutritionist, fitness center, and personal trainers, to name a few. If you are interested in signing up for programs or looking for more information, contact Willetta Calvin at wcalvin@brightsideopportunities.org or at 717-509-1342 x241.

• Ephrata recCenter, 130 S. Academy Drive, offers a wide variety of programs for all ages including sports, fitness, wellness, aquatics and special events. For more information visit ephratarec.com or call 717-738-1167.

• Greater Elizabethtown Area Recreation & Community Services offers programs and activities for all ages. Registration is accepted online at GetintoGEARS.org, by phone (717-367-0355) or fax (717-367-4138) with a Visa or MasterCard credit card, and by walk-in or mail-in at 600 E. High St., Elizabethtown, PA 17022. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

• Hempfield recCenter, 950 Church St., Landisville, offers instructional, group exercise and sports programs for all ages. Opportunities include aquatics, fitness, lifeguarding, personal training, sport-specific training, tennis, wellness and special events. For more information, visit hempfieldrec.com or call 717-898-3102.

• Lampeter-Strasburg YMCA, 800 Village Road, West Lampeter Township, offers a variety of leagues and programs. Call 717-464-4000 or visit lancasterymca.org.

• Lancaster Family YMCA offers a wide variety of youth and adult sports programs, including basketball, roller hockey, soccer and more. For more information, visit lancasterymca.org or contact Deric Hafer, sports director, at Dhafer@lancasterymca.org or 717-464-4000, ext. 1212.

• The Lancaster Rec Commission offers programs including youth and adult instructional sports programs and leagues, senior centers, fitness and wellness classes, summer playgrounds and day camps, full-day child care for infants through age 5, club activities, before- and after-school care, preschool education and seasonal family events. Call 717-392-2115 or visit LancasterRec.org.

• Lititz recCenter, 301 W. Maple St., Lititz, offers a variety of programs for all ages including sports, fitness, wellness, aquatics, American Red Cross classes, massage/facials, and special events. For more information visit lititzrec.com or call 717-626-5096.

• Lititz recROC, 201 Rock Lititz Blvd., Lititz, offers a variety of physical fitness activities including bouldering, obstacle course - ninja warrior style, traditional fitness, and special events. For more information visit lititzrecroc.com or call 717-874-3281.

• Manheim Township Recreation Department offers a selection of sports leagues and programs. Call 717-290-7180, ext. 3100, or visit manheimtownship.org.

• Masonic Life Center, Elizabethtown, has fitness programs, pool classes and swim times. For details, visit masonicvillagespa.org (click on Elizabethtown under “Location”).

• Southern End Community Association — SECA — in Quarryville, offers a wide variety of recreational, exercise, sports programs and leagues. Call 717-806-0123 or see secarec.org.

• Town Square Health Club in Manheim offers land and water exercise activities. Call Haley Brumbach at 717-664-6306.

• YMCA at New Holland, 123 N. Shirk Road, offers personal fitness class and programs, swim instruction, league and a wide variety of programs for youth, adult and seniors. Visit lancasterymca.org.

Running

• The Lancaster Road Runners Club invites runners of all ages and abilities to participate in its fun runs, held throughout the area most Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m., rain or shine. This week the club will be running from Jack’s, 15 S. Prince St., Millersville. For more information, contact Andy at 717-471-7043. Details about Thursday evening and Sunday morning trail runs can be found on the club website, lrrclub.org.

• The Lancaster Road Runners Club will hold its 31st annual Smith’s Challenge Trail Runs on June 16. The men’s 7-mile and women’s 5-mile runs through Lancaster County Park will begin at 9 a.m. For more information, visit LRRCLUB.org or contact Tim Good at 717-823-3343.

• The Freshburst 5-Mile Run and 5K Walk will be held at 8 a.m. June 29 at the Johnson & Johnson Plant, 400 W. Lincoln Ave., Lititz. This year’s race benefits The Ronald McDonald House in Hershey. Online registration is available at pretzelcitysports.com and closes June 26. For more information, email cwhite2@its.jnj.com or call 717-627-9415.

• Lititz recCenter will offer several summer running programs, including First Steps to 5K, the Running and Triathlon Club, and a free clinic on triathlon training. For more information, email SimonAbabou@lititzrec.com, call 717-626-5096 ext. 239, or go online at lititzrec.com.

• The Rock and Glow 5K will be held from 6-11 p.m. June 1 in downtown Manheim’s historic Market Square, with a Color Fun Run at 7:30 p.m. and the race starting at 9 p.m. A DJ, food trucks and glow items are scheduled.To register, go online at runsignup.com/Race/PA/Manheim/RockNGlow5K?remMeAttempt=. For more information, visit the website at manheimchamber.com or call 717-665-6330.

Soccer

• Manheim Township Blue Streak Youth Soccer Camp is being held for both boys and girls ages 5-11 from 6-8 p.m. June 17-20 at the high school turf fields, 115 Blue Streak Blvd., Lancaster. Campers will experience fun games and drills with a focus on game fundamentals such as dribbling, ball control, shooting and passing. Registrations received by May 29 are guaranteed a camp T-shirt. Register online at mtboyssoccer.com. For a paper registration to mail in, or any questions, email Noel Johns at noelmjohns@gmail.com.

• Comet Soccer Camp will be held June 17-20 and July 22-25. Morning and evening sessions available for boys and girls entering grades 1-3 and 4-8. Instruction by Penn Manor boys head soccer coach, college alumni and current high school players. Camp focus will be having fun while learning soccer skills. Small group activities and practice games will be used to make learning fun. Concepts taught include: dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting and basic tactics. Campers will receive a T-shirt. For more information email ptaylor6813@gmail.com.

• La Liga Team RCD Espanyol Academy coaches from Barcelona will be conducting a second annual ID Camp June 15-18 at the Lancaster Elite Foundation Fields for children ages 8-18. Cost is $165. Top players will receive an invitation to the RCD Espanyol National Camp. Players excelling there will be invited to a RCD Espanyol Elite Academy trip in Barcelona, Spain. For more information, visit bit.ly/manheimsoccer or lancasterelite.com/rcd-espanyol.

• Join Spooky Nook Sports and Penn Legacy for the Summer Outdoor 11v11 Soccer Leagues at East Petersburg Elementary School. Sign up as an individual and teams will be formed a few days before the start of the league. Registration includes a T-shirt and a one-hour game each week for eight weeks. Contact bradene@nooksports.com or call 717-618-8510 to register or for more information.

Tennis

• The Summer Junior Tennis Camp at Lampeter-Strasburg High School will run from June 10 through July 12 from 9-11 a.m. daily. Directed by Mark Trach, a USPTA professional and L-S coach, the program is available for children from ages 8-18 interested in learning and playing tennis. Players of all ability levels are welcome and encouraged to participate. The camp structure is flexible and sign-ups can be done on a weekly and/or daily schedule. Call Trach at 717-538-0381 or email marktrach@comcast.net to register or get a brochure.

• The Future Red Tornado Camp, led by the McCaskey High School tennis staff and team is for players ages 6-14. Emphasis on learning the fundamentals. Cost is $20. Camp runs from June 3-6 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. at the McCaskey High School tennis courts. Register by calling 717-392-2115 or at LancasterRec.org by May 24 or until full.

• The Lancaster County Department of Parks and Recreation and Lancaster Tennis Central will sponsor a free junior tennis clinic in Central Park from 10-11 a.m. June 29. Jeff Kitsock and Tennis Central volunteers will provide instruction. The clinic is recommended for beginner level players ages 6-13. Participants should bring a racket if they have one. Register online at lancastercountyparks.org or tenniscentral.org, or call 717-299-8215 to register by noon on June 28.

• The ACES Tennis Camp for Juniors is now open for registration. Players of all ages and levels will build character, make new friends and develop tennis skills. Advanced players will train with certified tennis-teaching professionals and local college coaching staff as well as improve their match play. For more information or to register go online at godiplomats.com/dept/TennisAces/index, call 717-358-3819 or email ACES@fandm.edu.

Wrestling

• Summer Wrestling Camp at Conestoga Valley, featuring the staff and wrestlers of Division I Lock Haven University, is set for June 10-12 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Two levels of camp to suit all age groups. Go online at conestogavalleywrestling.com for more details, or contact head coach Trent Turner at trent_turner@conestogavalley.org.