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ON THE COVER

Overlooking the beautiful Bimini Basin, Four Freedoms

Park recently had two new pieces of play equipment

and new soft surfacing installed within its popular

fenced-in playground. The recreation facility has a part-

time preschool and offers FREE VPK plus programs

for infants to seniors throughout the year. For details

on upcoming activities, see pages 7-11.

Mayor Marni Lin Sawicki City Council Members Jim Burch..................................District #1 John Carioscia, Sr. ...................District #2 Marilyn Stout ............................District #3 Richard Leon.............................District #4 Rana Erbrick..............................District #5 Rick Williams.............................District #6 Jessica Cosden.........................District #7 City Manager John Szerlag Parks & Recreation Department Stephen H. Pohlman, CPRP, Director Michelle Dean, CPRP, Marketing Coordinator Theresa Lynch, Administrative Assistant III Recreation & Social Service Division Keith Locklin, CPRP, Recreation Superintendent Barbara Dickinson, Yacht Club Manager Cher Bell, Fine Arts Supervisor Susan Edward, Four Freedoms Park Supervisor Mark Cagle, CPRP, Youth Center Manager Kathryn Sayers, Senior Center Supervisor Revenue & Special Facilities Division Art Avellino, CYSA, Athletics & Special Facilities Superintendent Sara Sansone, Special Populations Supervisor Todd King, Special Events Coordinator Paul Pratt, Harbormaster/Environmental Supervisor Sandra Greiner, Waterpark Manager Parks Division Kerry Runyon, CPRP, Parks Superintendent Mike Webster, Parks Maintenance Manager Toby Sheaf, Parks & Grounds Supervisor II Patrick Gair, Parks & Grounds Supervisor I Coral Oaks Golf Course Allen Manguson, PGA Golf Professional, Manager Eric Oster, GCSAA Superintendent

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Aquatics.......................................................... 17-19 Arts Studio...................................................... 32-35 Athletics.......................................................... 26-27 Boating / Yacht Basin. ..................................... 6, 16 Calendar (Pull-Out). ........................................ 38-39 Community Group Directory................................ 35 Coral Oaks Golf Course................................... 4, 40 Eagle Skate Park.................................................. 24 Four Freedoms Park......................................... 7-11 Four Mile Cove Eco Preserve / Kayak Shack...... 31 General Information............................................... 6 Lake Kennedy Senior Center.......................... 36-37 Map of Cape Coral Parks & Facilities.................... 2 Parks & Recreation Facility Guide. ........................ 3 Pops Café............................................................ 11 Program Registration Information.......................... 6 Rotary Park Environmental Center. ................ 28-30 Shelter Reservations........................................ 6, 30 Special Populations............................................. 11 Sun Splash Family Waterpark................... 18-21, 40 Tennis (Yacht Club Courts) .................................. 27 Tony Rotino Senior Center.............................. 12-13 Wm. “Bill” Austen Youth Center...................... 22-23 Yacht Club Community Park........................... 14-16 Youth Services Division........................................ 25

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PROGRAMS BY AGE

Parks & Recreation programs, schedules and prices are subject to change.

Summer Camps. ...................... Ages 3-16 ............................... page

s 9, 14,

18, 21, 23, 25, 27-28 , 32, 36

Infants / Preschool.................... Ages 0-5 ................................................pages

7-9,

14-21, 25-27

,

38-40

Youth........................................ Ages 6-12 ...............................pages

4, 8-9, 11, 14-28, 32-33, 36, 38-40

Teens....................................... Ages 13-17 ......................................pages

4,

10-11, 14-18, 20-36, 38-40

Adults...................................... Ages 18-49.......................................page

s 4, 10-13, 15-17, 20-21, 27-40

Mature Adults / “Seniors”........... Age 50+. ........................................pages

4, 10-13, 15-17, 20-21, 27-40