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 Last Updated: Thursday, June 25, 2015

 

     

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The Bomber Soccer Academy

Coach Octavio DoValle has been the Men’s Varsity coach at Richland High School since the inception of the soccer program in 1988. His coaching philosophy follows his Brazilian soccer roots, with a strong belief in attacking, flair, and creative style of play. That mirrors the Latin style of a possession game based on accurate passing and free movement. Coach DoValle has led the Bombers (boys) to a State Championship, a second place and a third place finish. His teams have won five Regional State Tournaments, seven District and seven Big 9 Championships. Many of his players have gone on to play and coach at higher levels soccer.

http://www.bombersoccer.com/?ID=22

 

2015 Kellen Moore Passing Academy

Sponsored by: Richland Bomber Football

Fall 2015 7th through 12th Grader!

QBs, WRs, TEs, RBs ONLY

June 26th 6:00 to 9:00pm & June 27th 8:00am to 12:30pm
Check in begins at RHS at 5:30pm 6/26/15

Information Flyer

WWW.KELLENMOOREQB.COM

 

 

Click for Information on the Falcon Athletic Development 2015

Falcon Athletic Development is a comprehensive Strength, Speed & Conditioning program intended to develop the strength, athletic ability and fitness levels for all male and female students in the Richland School Districtentering grades 6 – 12.

Tuesday, June 16th
9:00 am – 2:00 pm APX Kick-off Clinic @ Hanford HS

Tuesday, June 23rd – Friday, June 26th
7:45-9:15 am Boys Athletes (Grades 10-12)
8:45-10:15 am Girls Athletes (Grades 6-12)
9:45-11:15 am Boys Athletes (Grades 6-9)

Monday, June 28th – Thursday, August 6th (ALL MONDAYS – THURSDAYS)
7:45-9:15 am Boys Athletes (Grades 10-12)
8:45-10:15 am Girls Athletes (Grades 6-12)
9:45-11:15 am Boys Athletes (Grades 6-9)

Cost is $100 paid to the Hanford High School Bookkeeper by June 16th. Questions should be directed to Eric Davis at eric.davis@rsd.edu or 967-6512.

 

 

 

 

If you are planning on participating in any of the summer activities you will need to complete and submit these three PDF forms to Cindy McCoy at bombergirlsbball@gmail.com

Those players who have signed up to participate in the Walla Walla Showcase Tournament, Class of the Field Team Camp and/or the Southridge Tournament will be given paperwork to complete at practices.

The summer program information sheet and turn in sheet which informs us which activities you plan to participate in is located at the following link:

RICHLAND HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER ACTIVITIES & TURN IN SHEET


Richland High School Grades 9 – 12

Date: Monday, June 15 to Friday June 19

Time: 9:00-11:30 a.m. daily

Cost:
• $50.00 if registration is received on or before Friday, May 29th
• $55.00 if registration is received after Friday, May 29th
• Free for those attending team camp
o $15.00 if you are attending team camp but would like a camp t-shirt

RHS HIGH SCHOOL CAMP BROCHURE & REGISTRATION

We would like to take at least two teams this year.

CLASS OF THE FIELD - TEAM CAMP INFORMATION

June 21-25, 2015
At Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon
Cost: $325/per player. (Includes room and board)

 

 


If you want to attend a camp that stresses fundamentals, hard work, and learn what it takes to be a Bomber, THIS IS THE CAMP FOR YOU!!!

Summer camp is organized and coached by the Richland High School Girls Basketball Coaching Staff and RHS players

Location: Richland High School Art Dawald Gymnasium
Date: July 6-10, 2015
Grades: 3rd – 8th (based on 2015-2016 school year)
Sessions:

• 3rd and 4th grade 8:30-10:00
• 5th and 6th grade 10:30-12:30
• 7th and 8th grade 1:00-3:00
Cost:
• $55.00 if registered on or before June
• $60.00 if registered after June

Register online at: www.bombercamps.com
Questions email: bombergirlsbball@gmail.com

Summer League – Open Gym

Cost: Free to all Richland Gunners AAU members, $2.00 for all non members per attendance.

Location: Richland High School upper gym

Grades: 3rd – 8th girls (2014-2015 school year)

Dates: June 1st through June 29th every Monday and Wednesday

Time: 6:30-8:00

This is a chance for girls throughout the Tri-Cities to come and play 3 on 3 or 5 on 5 basketball games.

Must read and sign a concussion information waiver before participation.

For more information contact John McCoy at: RichlandGunnersGirlsBasketball@gmail.com

Open gym is hosted by Richland Gunners AAU in conjunction with Richland High School Girls Basketball program.


 

Junior Hanford Falcon Football Camp

Junior Hanford Falcon Football Information

Intended for Players Entering Grades 2-8

 

Our Junior Hanford Falcon Football Camp will be led by our Hanford High School football staff. Innovative drills, techniques, and football skill development will highlight our three day camp. Not to mention, campers will improve their athletic ability focusing on agility, speed, power and plyometric training. We can't wait to invest in our youth and build our program from the ground up!

Dates: July 29th - July 31st
Time: 6PM - 8PM
Fee: $50 – includes a t-shirt

For questions please contact Coach Brett Jay @ brett_jay@ymail.com

 

Summer Participation

"Registration" for each camp includes filling out and submitting the following forms:

  1. Camp specific registration form (high school GMS camp registration is on line)
  2. Anti hazing form
  3. Concussion awareness form
  4. Submitting fees in person or mailed to RHS.

Bomber Summer Volleyball Schedule 2015

Bomber High School Volleyball Camp

Gold Medal Squared Camp

Camp Date: July 20-23

Camp Location: RHS

Camp Coordinator: Bob Raidl

Coordinator Contact Info: rraidl4447@charter.net 509-851-8849

MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL CAMP

DATE:
JUNE 22 - 25 (Mon. - Thurs.)
TIME:
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
(Gym opens at 8:30 AM for late registration)
WHERE:
Richland High, Art Dawald Gymnasium
COST:
$55 (includes t-shirt)

MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL CAMP REGISTRATION FORM

PLEASE COMPLETE THESE THREE FORMS BELOW:

Anti-Hazing Agreement/Summer Participation
Concussion Information Sheet

LITTLE BOMBER VOLLEYBALL CAMP

DATE:
JUNE 29 - July 2(Mon.-Thurs.)
TIME:
9:00 AM- 10:30 PM FOR GRADES 1-2
10:30 AM- 12:00 PM FOR GRADES 3-5
WHERE:
Richland High, Art Dawald Gymnasium
COST:
$40 (includes t-shirt)

LITTLE BOMBER VOLLEYBALL CAMP REGISTRATION FORM

PLEASE COMPLETE THESE THREE FORMS BELOW:

Anti-Hazing Agreement/Summer Participation
Concussion Information Sheet

 

 

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Hanford Drama's FAME Camp Brochure
a singing, acting, dancing and tech
day camp for middle school students.

July 13-25, 2015
for students entering grades 7-9

Monday - Friday 12:45-5 pm
Hanford High Auditorium
Campers interact one-on-one with both adults and older students,
all of whom bring diverse experience and interests to the FAME program.

http://www.hanforddrama.org/fame

 

 

 

 

July 21-23, 2015

HHS Softball Fields

Fast Pitch Camp Infromation

This camp will be staffed by Falcon Head Coach Lesley Güereca assistant coaches, and Falcon players. The camp is designed to provide athletes ages 5-18 opportunities to improve fundamental skills, hitting mechanics, and overall team offense and defense skills. Players will also have the opportunity to learn position specific skills including pitching, catching, infield, and outfield. This camp will provide a positive and fun learning experience while participating in softball skills and games.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grades 3-9 in 2015-2016
See us at www.hanfordhoops.com

20th Annual Boys’ Basketball Camp
Hanford High School Falcon Gym
July 6 - 10

A great chance to improve your game and have fun!

Grades for the 2015-2016 School Year
Grades 7, 8 and 9: 9:00 - 10:30 AM
Grades 3, 4, 5 and 6: 10:30 - Noon

REGISTRATION FORM AND INFORMATION

 

Hanford Falcon Boys Basketball Camp-High School

HANFORD HOOPS CAMP

20th Annual High School Boys’ Basketball Clinics

June 15-18, 22-24, June 29-July 2, July 13-15, and 20-24 (other dates TBD)

(*subject to tournament schedule and gym availability)

HANFORD HIGH SCHOOL FALCON GYM AND EYRIE GYM
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYERS IN 2015-2016
SEE US AT www.hanfordhoops.com

*Playing Fast *Ball Skills *Shooting Skills *Passing Skills *Offensive Move Skills *Defensive Skills

REGISTRATION FORM AND INFORMATION

 

 

SUMMER 2015

For more information

BAD Profile Form

 

 

 

 

 

HANFORD HIGH SCHOOL'S 15th ANNUAL GIRLS PURPLE & GOLD BASKETBALL CAMP

Girls entering grades 1st – 12th for 2015 - 2016

For more information on the Purple & Gold Basketball Camp

 

 

 

 

It takes many hours of hard work and dedication to excell in the game of basketball. This clinic provides a positive and fun learning environment which will help each participant develop both fundamental skills and team concepts through closely supervised drills and positive competition. Through exposure to competition and skill development, the clinic seeks to instill the desire it takes to become a successful player and person.

For more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hanford Falcon HS Camp -- Includes a camp tee
Grades: 9-12th
Dates: July 28-July 31
Location: Enterprise MS
Time: 5-7pm

For questions please contact Coach Nichelle Meador @ nichelle.meador@gmail.com

Hanford Falcon Volleyball Camp Information

Intended for Players Entering Grades 5 - 8

Our Junior Hanford Falcon Football Camp will be led by our Hanford High School volleyball staff. Innovative drills, techniques, and volleyball skill development will highlight our four day camp. Not to mention, campers will improve their athletic ability focusing on agility, speed, power and plyometric training. We can't wait to invest in our youth and build our program from the ground up!

Dates: July 29th - July 31st
Time: 3:30PM - 5PM
Site: Enterprise Middle School
Fee: $50 – includes a t-shirt

For questions please contact Coach Nichelle Meador @ nichelle.meador@gmail.com

Junior Hanford Falcon Volleyball Camp Information

 

All Children
Preschool thru 8th grade

Cheer Clinic is June 11th, 12th from 8am -10am
In the RHS Small Gym

REGISTRATION FORM

For more information

Coach Keshia: 509-420-6495

Keshia.Nickle@rsd.edu or

Coach Ashlie Martin: 509-438-2512


Summer Band & Orchestra Camp

For Richland Middle School students

CAMP BROCHURE

WEBSITE LINK

When: August 3-7, 2015, 9am-noon
Where: Chief Joseph Middle School Music Rooms
Who: Any middle school student who has completed 1-3 years.
Registration Fee: $103 before June 9
Registration Fee: $113 after June 9, or on the first day of camp.
Jazz Add-On: $25 for an extra hour of jazz band class at noon.

To Register Online (preferred):

https://squareup.com/market/hanfordmusic
(Please be sure to include your registration info when you check out.)
Credit and debit card payments are accepted online.

To Register by Mail:

Send your payment and the following information to:

Kevin Swisher, Band Director
Hanford High School
450 Hanford St.
Richland, WA 99354

Please include:
Full name, grade, school, instrument, phone, email
Concert Band or Orchestra: $100/$110
Jazz Band add-on: $25
Make checks payable to “Hanford Music Association”

 

 

 

SUMMER POTTERY CLASSES

This Summer, work with clay using the potter’s wheel or using hand construction. Come and enjoy an Open studio situation where you get to design your own projects. You will receive help from a professional artist and teacher.

Location: Richland High School - Room 1043
Class Times: 9:00 to 11:00 am & 11:00 am to 1pm
Days: Monday through Thursday
Dates: June 15-18, June 22-25, July 6-9, July 13-16
Cost: $115
Registration: https://payments.rsd.edu/signin.aspx
Summer vacation getting in the way? Contact me regarding the “Flex Schedule”.

Contact Robert McMinn at; robert.mcminn@rsd.edu or call 554-1277

FOR MORE INFORMATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUMMER CHESS

CLASSES

LEARN TO PLAY

Open to Families with children in
grades K-6th
SIX WEDNESDAY EVENINGS
JUNE 24 through JULY 29 2015
7:00-8:30 PM

FOR MORE INFORMATION

 

 

 

 

 

2015 Skills Clinic
July 20, 21, & 22

Skills Clinic Registration Form

Hosted by: Richland Bomber Softball coaching staff, current and former players (including collegiate players)

For: All Girls Fastpitch Softball players, ages 7 and up, and any skill level

When: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday - July 20, 21, & 22

Time: 5:30pm to 7:45pm

Where: Columbia Playfield in Richland

Cost: $60.00 per participant, includes a designed T-Shirt. Limited to a maximum of 64 participants.

Richland H.S. is recognized as having one of the strongest softball programs in Washington State, having won 15 of the past 17 league titles, qualified for regionals 21 straight years, and qualified for state 16 of the past 21 years.

Head Varsity Coach, Casey Emery has conducted numerous fastpitch skills clinics during his 20-year high school and ASA coaching career and believes best results are obtained by creating a positive and fun practice environment.

The clinic will emphasize the proper fundamentals of hitting, bunting, fielding, throwing, baserunning, and pitching instruction from pitching coach and Collegiate All-American, Stephanie Hogan. Players will be separated into groups based on age and skill level. Participants shall have their own fielding glove and it’s recommended to have a bat and batting gloves.

For more information, email Casey Emery at emerycl1@aol.com

 

 


The organizations represented below are not affiliated with the Richland School District. These are organizations outside of the Richland School District. They are solely responsible for the information found on their websites and/or documents. The linking to these websites and/or documents does not imply on the part of the Richland School District any endorsement or guarantee of the information provided on these websites and/or documents.


 

 

 

 

BALL HANDLING CLINIC

WHO: Boys & Girls in grades 1st – 8th for 2015-16


WHEN: June 23rd– 25th
• Session #1 is for grades 1st – 4th and runs from 5-6 pm.
• Session #2 is for grades 5th – 8th and runs from 6-7 pm.


WHERE: Hanford High School


COST: $30.00

Families registering more than one participant will receive an additional 10% discount ($27 per player.)

Reserve your spot today by contacting Evan Woodward by email at: columbiayouthsports@gmail.com or by calling: 531-3757

PLEASE BE SURE TO BRING YOUR OWN BASKETBALL
& BASKETBALL SHOES!

Click for more information and registration form

SHOOTING CLINIC

WHO: Boys & Girls in grades 1st – 8th for 2015-16.


WHEN: June 15th to 17th
• Session #1 is for grades 1st – 4th and runs from 5-6 pm.
• Session #2 is for grades 5th – 8th and runs from 6-7 pm.


WHERE: Hanford High School


COST: $30.00. Cost includes personal analysis of your shot and how to correct your shot.


Families registering more than one participant will receive an additional 10% discount ($27 per player.)

Reserve your spot today by contacting Evan Woodward by email at: columbiayouthsports@gmail.com or by calling: 531-3757

Click for more information and registration form

 

Summer Basketball League

GIRLS & BOYS

WHO: Girls & Boys in grades 1st – 8th for 2015-16.

WHEN: Tuesday's and Thursday’s:
• Session #1 is for grades 1st – 4th and runs from 5-6pm.
• Session #2 is for grades 5th – 7th and runs from 6-7 pm.
• Session #3 is for 8th grade and runs 7-8pm

Dates: June 30th – July 23rd.

WHERE: Hanford High School

DETAILS:
• New teams established each night which allows for flexible attendance – players can make/miss as many nights as they wish.
• Winning teams awarded prizes each night.
• All games will be officiated. High school rules apply with some exceptions.

COST: $40.00

REGISTRATION: Reserve your spot today by email at: columbiayouthsports@gmail.com or by calling: 531-3757

Click for more information and registration form

 

 

 

 

 

The Tri-Cities Steel Band Association (TCSBA) is happy to announce our 2015 Summer class schedule! If your child is in grades 4-12, we invite them to join us for some musical fun. Classes available for all skill levels, and every participant gets a t-shirt and the chance to perform in a concert in the park! Please visit http://www.tcsba.org/classes to find out all the details and register.

Steel Drum
Session 1:
June 15-19 (M-F) and June 22-24 (M-W)
Concert: June 24, 2015

Session 2:
June 29-July 1 (M-W) and July 6-10 (M-F)
Concert: July 10, 2015

(Note: Each session plays different songs so you can do both if you want!)
Cost: $95 per student, per session

Class A - 8:30am to 9:15am
4th grade and up with little or no steeldrum experience

Class B – 9:30am to 10:15am
5th grade and up with some steel drum experience (school or TCSBA)

Class C – 10:30am to 11:15am
6th grade and up with one or more of the following: TCSBA Advanced Class experience, several TCSBA classes (steel drum or marimba), or participation in school steel or marimba band.

Marimba
Session 1:
No Marimba Classes Offered

Session 2:
June 29-July 1 (M-W) and July 6-10 (M-F)
Concert: July 10, 2015

Cost: $95 per student

Class A – 9:30am to 10:15am
4th grade and up with little or no marimba experience

Class B – 10:30am to 11:15am
5th grade and up with school marimba/steel band or TCSBA class experience

Class C – 11:30am to 12:15pm
6th grade and up with advanced TCSBA class experience or instructor’s permission

 

 

 

 

CAMP INVENTION

is coming to Delta High School

Located at 901 Northgate Drive, Richland, WA 99352

Monday - Thursday, June 15 - 18, 2015 from 8:30AM to 4:00PM
hosting the Illumination! Program.

entering 3rd through 6th grade today
and save at campinvention.org

Campers registering March 21, 2015 through May 12, 2015

save $15 when using the promo code SPRING

Register at http://www.campinvention.org

 

 

The Music & Arts Center, also known as the MAC, is an after-school and summer enrichment program that educates and empowers members in the areas of music, art, dance, and technology.

The MAC’s week-long summer camps encourage members to apply the Boys & Girls Clubs’ core values to their daily lives: Learn, Live, and Lead. Specialist staff teach art, music, technology, and dance classes to keep members' brains active to prevent summer learning loss. Members also participate in fun outdoor activities each day that promote living a healthy lifestyle. Members will return to school in the fall ready to lead their peers with the knowledge and experience gained from a summer filled with memories.

For more information about the MAC, please visit our website: www.kidexpert.org

You can also find more information on our Facebook page, search: Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton & Franklin Counties - Music & Arts Center.

Boys and Girls Club Information

Contact Josh Peterson at 509-582-4090 or josh.peterson@kidexpert.org

 

FallOut CrossFit’s Kids and Teens Summer Program assists athletes of all ages, sports, and skill levels maximize their athletic development and potential. Focusing on movement and strength development, we bring athletes to a new level of performance and confidence in sports.

CrossFit Kids and Teen Summer Season Membership
Session I: 6/16 - 7/9
Session II: 7/13 - 8/6

Kids - ages 12 & under
Tuesday/Thursday
8:45 - 9:30 am

Teens - ages 12 & up
Tuesday/Thursday
9:45 - 10:30 am (BEGINNER)
10:30 - 11:15 am (ADVANCED)

Price: $65.00 per session (tax included)
Athletes attend two classes per week

Coached by Tamara Smith, Certified in - CrossFit and CrossFit Kids, Master’s of Education in Health and Fitness, former competitive powerlifter and gymnast.

To enroll, please email: contact@falloutcrossfit.com or call (509) 735-0340

 

 

WHO: 2nd Grade* - High School

WHERE: - Northwest United Protestant Church - 1312 Sacramento Blvd - Richland, WA

WHEN: June 23 - July 21, 2015
Monday thru Friday 8:15 a.m. - 12 Noon
Holiday July 3
Registration & Testing Monday June 22, 9:00 am

TUITION $ 400.00 for 60 hours

MATERIALS $ 50.00 Per Family

READING AND SPELLING CAMP BROCHURE

   

 

YMCA SUMMER DAY CAMPS

2015 YMCA Summer Day Camp Listings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOFA SUMMER 2015

STRENGTH/SPEED/PLYOMETRIC TRAINING

INFORMATION

TRACK FLYER

WHO? Female athletes grades 7-12, divided into 3 groups: beginners, intermediates, advanced
WHEN? June 22 – August 5 (9:00 – 10:30 Monday –Thursday) *7 weeks!
WHERE? Southridge High School Weight Room and Facilities
HOW MUCH? $85 for new participants, $75 for returners (including those who participated in FOFA for Kids), $55 for seniors. Additional siblings, $50. New prices do not include shirts, which are optional to purchase on-line. See FOFA website for details. (Athletes may “try out” the camp for $5 per day + Emergency Form).
CONTACT: Sheila Smith (Head Girls Track and Field Coach) at 521-7136 or sheila.smith@ksd.org
HOW TO ENROLL: Mail emergency form and check payable to “SOUTHRIDGE BOOSTERS” to: Sheila Smith, 2709 S. Irving Street, Kennewick, WA 99338, or bring your information on the first day of camp at 8:30 a.m. for registration. No participation is allowed without an emergency form and payment.

Visit us at: www.focusonthefemaleathlete.com and join our Facebook group: “Focus on the Female Athlete”

ABOUT THE PROGRAM: This program incorporates speed, strength, and quickness training for a more explosive athlete. It is designed to support all athletes in all sports. Beginners will be introduced to strength training using their own body weight and light weights or medicine balls in preparation to weight train. They will work in small groups with an experienced coach. For the more experienced athlete, lifts will include Cleans, Push Jerks, Squats, Lunges, Good Mornings, Bench/Incline, Pull-ups, Dips, Biceps/Triceps, Abs/Low Back/Core training. Plyometrics include Bounding, Box Jumps, Running and Jumping Drills and Medicine Ball. Speed training incorporates sprint technique, speed ladder, mini-hurdles, and over-speed training with bungees, etc. This program is guaranteed to improve one’s physical appearance, increase lean body mass, and increase speed, strength, and jumping ability.

Sheila Smith: Coach Smith is the Girls Head Track and Field Coach at Southridge. She is a former W.S.U. Track and Field Athlete and Team Captain. While at Washington State she specialized in the jumping events and was a finalist at the Pac-10 Championships in the long jump and triple jump. She was one of the first women to ever jump over 41 feet in the triple jump for W.S.U. Coach Smith loves to share her knowledge about strength and speed development with young athletes through the use of weights, speed training, and plyometrics. Smith has coached several state champions in track and field and many of her athletes have gone on to compete at the collegiate level. Smith has enjoyed competing in the USATF Master’s meets and holds 8 Inland Northwest records. She was selected as the 2005 National Female Field Athlete of the Year for her age category, chosen as the 2007 Master Field Event Athlete of the Year for the Inland Northwest, and was a Master’s USA Track and Field National Champion in 2008 for the long and triple jumps. Coach Smith’s track teams were undefeated by any other team in the league from 2007-2010 she was named Coach of the Year for the Big 9 on 4 occasions. The Lady Suns were the Regional Champions in 2009 defeating all Big-9 and GSL teams at the Regional meet. The Lady Suns won the District title in 2010 and continue to be a winning program!

Nicole Hatcher: Coach Hatcher is the new Boys Head Track and Field Coach at Southridge. Coach Hatcher returned to her alma mater after completing her degree in Mathematics from W.S.U. where she was a competitive member of the women’s track and field team. Hatcher holds school records in the 100 and 200 for Southridge and earned 12 state medals in the sprints and relays between her freshman and senior years. She understands the importance of off-season training and was an extremely dedicated athlete. She understands the value of teamwork as she was a member of state championship 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams in 2000. As a soccer player, Hatcher was selected as First-Team for the Big 9 in 2002. Coach Hatcher has also seen great success as a coach. In 2008 her 4x100 relay team placed 2nd at state and the same girls (Chelsea Bourque, La’Quilla Upton, Andrea Smith and Kasey McNeill) came back and won the state title in the 4x200 relay, which also broke the Mid-Columbia record at that time. Hatcher helped coach the Suns to league titles in 2007, 2008, and 2009. Her 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams broke the Regional records in 2009. In 2013 the 4x100 and 4x200 relays placed 2nd at the state championships. Last year, Hatcher coached a boys 4x100 team to a 2nd place finish at the state meet!

Please note: Coach Smith and Coach Hatcher will be assisted by other outstanding female athletes to ensure that your child is receiving the attention and direction that she deserves. This is a summer job for them and helps them pay for college. We work hard to keep the cost down for your family while providing outstanding coaches. We do have discounts available for participants experiencing difficult financial circumstances. If you would like to sponsor another child or you have questions, please contact me at 521-7136. – Sheila

FOFA SUMMER 2015

FOCUS ON THE FEMALE ATHLETE - FOR KIDS!! ?

PLYOMETRIC/SPEED/STRENGTH

TRAINING FOR YOUNG FEMALE ATHLETES!!

INFORMATION

TRACK FLYER

WHO? Girls grades 2 – 6 (We also have a camp for grades 7 – 12)
WHEN? June 22 - August 5 (Mondays-Thursdays) 10:45 – 11:45 a.m. *The camp will begin promptly at 10:45 Please have your athlete there by 10:40. We’ve moved the start time to give our girls more gym/weight room space
WHERE? Southridge High School Gyms and Facilities
HOW MUCH? $75 for newcomers. $50 for returners. $40 for additional siblings. Latecomers may reduce the total by $10 per week. Guests may attend for $5 per day but must have an EMERGENCY FORM
CONTACT: SHEILA SMITH, Southridge Girls Head Track and Field Coach. sheila.smith@ksd.org 521-7136
HOW TO ENROLL: Mail emergency form and check payable to “SOUTHRIDGE BOOSTERS” to: Sheila Smith, 2709 S. Irving Street, Kennewick, WA 99338, or bring your information on the first day of camp at 10:30 a.m..
No participation is allowed without an emergency form and payment!

Visit us at: www.focusonthefemaleathlete.com and join our Facebook group: “Focus on the Female Athlete”

THE PROGRAM: This program is designed to increase speed, quickness, agility, strength, explosiveness and jumping ability, and prepares athletes for the advanced F.O.F.A. program.

MONDAYS: Plyometric Training: Includes Bounding, Running and Jumping Drills and Medicine Ball

TUESDAYS: Speed Training: Sprint Technique, Speed Ladder, Mini-hurdles, Over-Speed training, Relays

WEDNESDAYS: Strength Training: Athletes will be introduced to the weight room but will primarily handle their own body weight or use small medicine balls for strength training activities. Basic strength training will include squats, push-ups, sit-ups, lunge walks, etc.

THURSDSAYS: GAME DAY! On Thursdays various sports and games will be played incorporating the skills, strength and speed elements taught Monday-Wednesday.

Sheila Smith: Coach Smith is the Girls Head Track and Field Coach at Southridge. She is a former W.S.U. Track and Field Athlete and Team Captain. While at Washington State she specialized in the jumping events and was a finalist at the Pac-10 Championships in the long jump and triple jump. She was one of the first women to ever jump over 41 feet in the triple jump for W.S.U. Coach Smith loves to share her knowledge about strength and speed development with young athletes through the use of weights, speed training, and plyometrics. Smith has coached several state champions in track and field and many of her athletes have gone on to compete at the collegiate level. Smith has enjoyed competing in the USATF Master’s meets and holds 8 Inland Northwest records. She was selected as the 2005 National Female Field Athlete of the Year for her age category, chosen as the 2007 Master Field Event Athlete of the Year for the Inland Northwest, and was a Master’s USA Track and Field National Champion in 2008 for the long and triple jumps. Coach Smith’s track teams were undefeated by any other team in the league from 2007-2010 she was named Coach of the Year for the Big 9 on 4 occasions. The Lady Suns were the Regional Champions in 2009 defeating all Big-9 and GSL teams at the Regional meet. The Lady Suns won the District title in 2010 and continue to be a winning program!

Please note: Coach Smith will run the program but your daughter will also be coached by carefully selected, outstanding young adult female athletes to ensure that your child is receiving the attention and direction that she deserves. This is a summer job for them and helps them pay for college. We work hard to keep the cost down for your family while providing outstanding coaches. We do have discounts available for participants experiencing difficult financial circumstances. If you would like to sponsor another child or you have questions, please contact me at 521-7136. - Sheila

 

 

 

 

Student Art classes for children 6-14 will be offered this summer with LisaDay, a local artist, at her home studio in West Richland. These classes will be hands-on workshops. Students will be guided through step-by-step processes, culminating with final finished pieces.

lisadayart@gmail.com

509-948-0258

Click to view brochure and registration

 

 

Summer Sports Camp
at Bombing Range Sports Complex

Summer Sports Camp Information and Registration

Are your kids looking for a fun way to stay fit, busy and learn new sports specific skills this summer? Come join us this summer at Rackley Sports Performance Trainings’ Youth Summer Sports Camps, where campers will learn strength and conditioning drills and exercises specific to the sport of the week, take part in a variety of traditional
games, team building activities and learn new self-awareness and relationship skills.

This camp is perfect for all athletic ability levels, from intermediate to advanced.
Ages: 7-14 (Boys & Girls)
Ages will be broken up for activities: 7-9yrs, 10-12yrs, 13-14yrs
Where: Bombing Range Sports Complex, 3200 Bombing Range Road, West Richland
Camp Hours: 9am-12pm
Daily Agenda:
8:45am-9am: Drop off
9:00am: Camp Starts
9:00am-9:10am: Stretches
9:10am-11:00am: Strength & Conditioning
Sports Skills Training
11:00am-12:00pm: Team building activities/games

*On the last day of each camp, activities will include fun games with water (slip n’ slide).

For more information contact Brian Rackley

509-205-4447

brian@rackleysptraining.com

 

 

 

 

THIEDERMAN STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING INFO

CLICK FOR REGISTRATION

KELLI THIEDERMAN - 509.531.3712

 

 

   

D. J. Güereca BS, CSCS, USAW
Owner/ Performance Director
Power Alley Performance, LLC
1830 Bronco Lane
Richland, WA 99354
(509)554-4785

" Home of Hard Work & Hustle"

Click for more information

 


 

Pacific Coast Sports Foundation

*ACTION THROUGH SPORT*

Bobby & Greg McLaughlin
Managers, Pacific Coast Sports Foundation

www.pacificcoastsports.org

Like us on Facebook

425-327-8840


 

 

 

All American Gymnastics and Sports Center Camps

www.allamericangymnasticscenter.com

509-783-9036

Pre-School Camps - Four Day Camps - Cheer

Gymnastics - ROCK YOUR ROUTINE CAMP

For more information

 

 

 

 

Phone: (509) 943-8416

www.mycbrc.com

View our entire Summer Programs for Kids

 

 

 

For Registration please visit:

www.richlandyouthfootball.com

Questions? Please email e_michael1@yahoo.com

****Scholarships Available****

Columbia Basin Youth Football Fall Football League - Junior Falcons

Columbia Basin Youth Football Fall Football League - Junior Bombers

This activity is not supported or sponsored by the Richland School District

 

 

 

Happy Horse Riding School

Learn to ride & care for horses
5 day Day Camps $276
Ages 5-17

Dates: June 23-28
June 29-July 3
July 20-24
August 3-7
August 10-14
August 24-28

For more information www.happyhorseridingschool.com

509 547-6035

 
 
 

 

Summer Art Workshops for Children

Listing of Art Workshops

List of Instructors

For more information

http://www.galleryatthepark.org

Registration can be done on the website or at the gallery (89 Lee Blvd, Richland, WA 99352).

Questions can be directed to Gail Roadhouse who is the project coordinator at 967-6696

 

 

 

 
 

 

Mid-Columbia Gymnastics/ Summer Gymnastics & Tumbling Camps

Recreational Gymnastics Camps- Boys & Girls ages 5-12 years. Offered every Monday and/or Wednesday from Noon-3:00 p.m. $25 per 3 hour camp. Campers are grouped by gender, age and skill level. Beginners welcome. Register online for those dates that fit your schedule at mcga.org or call 735-3861. Summer camps offered June 15th through August 21st. Pre-register for each camp at least one week in advance. Camps for 3 & 4 year olds are also available. Camps are held at 1523 Fowler St. in Richland. Attendance/participation medals and t-shirts given.

Tumbling Camps- Boys & Girls ages 5-18 yrs. Offered Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday Noon-2:00 p.m. Pick those days that fit with your summer schedule. $20 per camp/per camper/per day. All skill levels welcome. Great training for kids in all sports. Instructors teach skills using the floor exercise, trampolines and tumble tracks. Non gym members welcome. Register online at least one week in advance at www.mcga.org or call 735-3861. Camps are held at 1523 Fowler St. in Richland June 15th through August 21st.

Summer Open Gym- Monday 10-11:30 a.m., Friday 1-2:30 p.m. and Friday 7-8:30 p.m. (kids under 5 are welcome to the daytime open gyms with parent supervision). $5 per child. 1st visit is free. Held at Mid-Columbia Gymnastics Academy 1523 Fowler St. Punch cards and summer passes are available.

735-3861

www.mcga.org

http://mcga.org/summer_camps.php


 

 

 

 

http://www.columbiabasin.edu/summercamps

  • SUMMER CAMPS REGISTRATION
  • HAWK FIT QUEST - "Lifelong Active Learning"
  • EXPLORATION - Columbia Basin College
  • CREATIVE WRITING/EXPRESSIVE ARTS Camp
  • ANTHROPOLOGY - Monkeys, Bones & Genes
  • "TRY NON-TRAD" Girls summer camp
  • TECH THEATRE Camp
  • BAND Camp
  • CODE & DESIGN Camp
  • JAPANESE CULTURAL ENRICHMENT Camp
  • 3D PRINT (Girls) Camp - (Camp is FULL waiting list available)
  • CURIOSITY Camp - Planetarium (Camps are FULL waiting list available)
  • DEBATE & SPEECH INSTITUTE

CBC CAMPS REGISTRATION FORM

Send all forms to:
Columbia Basin College
Roy Garcia
Mail Stop W -1
2600 North 20th Ave Pasco, WA 99301

 

 

 

 

CITY OF RICHLAND

SUMMER E-ACTIVITY GUIDE

l JUNE l JULY l AUGUST l 2015

Calendar of Events

KIDS GUIDE

http://richlandparksandrec.com 509-942-7529

 

 

 

 

 

Click to view the Summer E-Activity Guide

 

TSI - TOTAL SOFTBALL INSTRUCTION CAMPS


WEB | www.basinball.com

PHONE | 206.372.8295

 

 

 

 

Tri-City Youth Choir

SUMMER MUSIC CAMPS

Elementary and Middle School

http://www.yourtcyc.com/

 

 

 

 

MID-COLUMBIA BOYS' CHOIR SUMMER CAMP

Presented by Mid-Columbia Mastersingers

BOYS' CHOIR CAMP FLYER

Imagine singing all morning for a week! Summer camp is an exciting program designed for singers entering grades 4-7 to develop their vocal skills.

Open to all boys with unchanged treble voices entering 4th-7th grade

Monday, August 17 - Thursday, August 20, 2015

8:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Register at www.midcolumbiamastersingers.org

 

 

 


 

 


CAMP DATES

JULY 26-29, 2015
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 13, 2015

AUGUST 2-5, 2015
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 19, 2015

Girls Softball Camps Flyer

Other Central Camps

                      • Boys and Girls Basketball
                      • Football
                      • Soccer
                      • Volleyball

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATHLETIC CAMPS

HTTP://WWW.ATHLETICS.WSU.EDU/CAMPS/

 

 

 

 

 

ATHLETIC CAMPS

More Information On UW Athletic Camps

 

 

 

 

 

2015 STEM CAMP

Questions - Please call 509-372-7123

MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMPS INFORMATION

MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT INFO FORM

HIGH SCHOOL CAMPS INFORMATION

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT INFO FORM

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015 Richland Summer Chess Camp

CHESS CAMP FLYER

What: Chess camp with coaches Michael Hosford and Gregg Dillingham

When: July 20-24th, 9am-3:45pm (drop-off from 8-8:45am, pickup from 3:45-4pm)

Where: Christ the King parish school (use main lower parking lot for pickup/drop-off)

Who: Scholastic only, ages 6 – 17 (grades 1 thru 12 for school years 2015-2016)

Cost: $245/student, 10% off each for two siblings, 20% off all for three or more

Make checks out to Gregg Dillingham and mail to:
579 Charbonneau Dr. Richland, WA 99352 (postmarked by July 8th)

Questions/comments/concerns?

Contact Gregg at (425) 221-5886 (text/call) or spaminovski@gmail.com


 


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