Recreation Announcements

Around Annapolis: Mids + kids = homework success - by The Capital newspaper (Friday, February 14, 2014)

Junior Golf Program at the Langston Golf Course (boys & girls, ages 6-12)
The Stanton Center Boys and Girls Junior Golf Program introduce the life-long game of golf to novice, beginner and intermediate youth. This is a tremendous opportunity for any young person who is interested in learning the game of golf! The program is designed to teach golf etiquette, basic fundamentals and principles of the golf swing, rules, regulations, and movement through space. The program objective is to impact, influence and inspire the lives of young people by providing learning facilities and educational programs that build character and citizenship, instill life-enhancing values, and promote healthy lifestyle choices through the game of golf and other enduring character-building activities.
Practice sessions are instructed by Wayne Jerald, PGA Certified Instructor. A wonderful backdrop to this experience is the historical significance of the Langston Golf Course. Established in 1939, it was named for John Mercer Langston, an African American who was the first dean of law at Howard University School of Law. It was the second desegregated golf course in the District of Columbia, and in 1991, the golf course's first nine holes were added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Held Saturdays for 6 weeks (limited to 10 participants each 6-week session). Cost is free. Current session start date is July 20, 2013. This program is filling up fast! To register, please contact Archie Trader at 410.263.7966 or 443.569.9845 or atrader@annapolis.gov.
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Winning In Sport and Education at Annapolis Stanton Community Center to showcase some of the best of the best. Competitors took on a replica NBA Style skills course. Winners won Movie Passes, Game Stop gift cards and trophies.


17 and Under Summer Basketball League with the Stanton Community Center

Volunteers Needed! Volunteer tutors are needed to assist After School Homework Club elementary and middle school students. Volunteers will assist students with reading-language-arts, math, science, and social studies homework assignments. The After School Homework Club takes place Monday through Thursday, 3-6 p.m at the Stanton Community Center. If interested, please contact Sharon McElfish at sharonmcelfish@aol.com or 410.990.0294.

My Time: After School Homework Club celebrates at banquet submitted by Archie Trader to The Capital, posted July 15, 2012