August 10, 1987 |
Her friends thought she was kidding, but Celeste Cofield was serious when she told them she was going to sign up for Michael Cooper's first co-ed basketball camp for adults last weekend. Cofield was the first woman to call when she heard that Laker guard Cooper was offering a basketball camp for men and women, with proceeds to go to the building fund of the Center for Early Education in West Hollywood, where his two children attend school.
March 10, 2014 |
St. Louis Rams receiver Austin Pettis, an Orange Lutheran grad, is hosting a charity basketball game on March 28, followed by a free camp for middle school and high school athletes on March 29. Here's the link to sign up for the camp. All proceeds from the basketball game and a silent auction go toward supporting the Austin Pettis Foundation, whose mission is to "broaden life experiences of inner-city, underprivileged and disadvantaged youth by raising money for them to attend various sports camps.
July 19, 2000 |
Greetings from Camp Mt. Crags. Today we had crafts. I made a yarn dog. The games are really fun--I won a medal in the Frisbee toss--and there's a big swimming pool. The food's great, barbecue chicken and ribs and brownies and stuff. I think we have the best cabin. I'm not a bit homesick. Love, Grandma * A few of the little old ladies are sitting in a circle, blowing bubbles with the gizmos they've found in their camper goody bags and talking, well, you know, little old lady talk.
February 3, 1994 |
PREPS The Diamond Bar girls' and boys' soccer teams entered the week on track to win Sierra League championships. The girls' team, under Coach John Hall, went into Wednesday's match against Nogales with a 15-2-2 record and was 10-0-1 in league play. The Brahmas are led by returning All-Southern Section player Brenna Cox. The boys team, under Coach Don Garrett, began the week 14-2-3 and 9-1-1. Goaltender Rick Cardoza has been a key player for the Brahmas.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 17, 1999 |
As the school year comes to an end, parents looking to keep their children busy during the long summer break have many options. Here are some programs offered locally: * City parks in the San Fernando Valley offer a variety of camps and programs for children. For more information, call the city of Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department, (818) 756-8060 or your local park.
April 21, 1996 |
After years of watching their children trot happily off during the summer to chase soccer balls or practice gymnastics, parents can suddenly face a radically different landscape as their tot turns teen. "Soccer camp?" the newly blase 13-year-old may ask incredulously. Not cool, Dad. Don't ask me to make any more pine cone wreaths, either. And rest hour--forget it. It's also from this older age group that parents most often hear those dreaded words: "I'm bored."