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May 23, 2013

Sun 'N Fun

ATKINSON — Registrations are now being accepted for Atkinson Recreation’s Sun ‘N Fun program, Mon., July through Fri., August 9 at Woodlock Park (Pope Field). The program is open to children entering grades K to 9 (new extended grade) in September 2013. The costs are $195.00 for one child, $280.00 for any two children, and $350.00 for maximum per family for six weeks. There will be five field trips for extra fee. You can purchase Sun ‘N Fun T-shirts for $10.00. Please make check for registration and T-shirts payable to Town of Atkinson.

Registration forms are available at Atkinson Town Hall, Atkinson Community Center or download from www.town-atkinsonnh.com click on Recreation under Community/ Service on left side icons, then scroll down to available forms and documents. Please complete one form for each child. You may drop off your registration and check at Atkinson Town Hall Selectmen’s Office, Atkinson Community Center, or mail them to Town of Atkinson, Attention Recreation, 21 Academy Avenue, Atkinson NH 03811.

A Walk-In Registration is scheduled for Mon., June 17, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Community Center. Registrations must be received by June 17, (postmarked by June 15). After June 17, a $15.00 late registration fee will be charged per child.

For more information, call Noriko at 603 362-5531, or email commrec@atkinson-nh.gov.

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