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THE CITY OF LAKELAND OFFERS CLUB SPLASH AQUATICS CAMP DURING SPRING BREAK



LAKELAND, FL (March 2, 2011) – The City of Lakeland Parks and Recreation Department is offering an exciting way for teens, ages 10-15, to fill their spring break with a week full of water adventures.

Club Splash Aquatics Camp includes fun packed days full of splishing and splashing as teens spend days on the beach, visit water parks and enjoy tubing in the springs.  The camp will run from March 14 – March 18th . Each day will start at 7:30 a.m. and end at 5:30 p.m. Club Splash Spring break is based out of Gandy Pool.

Reserve a spot early to count on having a splash this spring break. The one week camp costs $90.00 per person.

For further information call the Gandy Pool at 863-834-3157.


“Accessibility is key to local government and the Mornings with the Mayor program allows residents to express their views, ask questions and provide feedback on issues of concern.”

Mayor Gow Fields invites local residents to attend the next Mornings with the Mayor event. These informal sessions take place over breakfast with the next event taking place Friday, March 25, 2011 at Fred’s Southern Kitchen (2120 Harden Boulevard Lakeland, FL).  The event will start at 7:30 a.m.  Mayor Fields will make his remarks and take questions from the audience during breakfast. 

 

Mayor Fields said, “Accessibility is one of the keys to local government and Mornings with the Mayor provides the opportunity for our citizens to share their views, ask questions and provide feedback on issues that are directly affecting them.” He added, “Our first four events were very successful with about 40 residents attending each event.  I look forward to spending valuable face to face time with our residents listening to the concerns that they feel are facing our community.”

 

This program allows residents an informal and comfortable forum in which to meet with the Mayor to talk about issues, ask questions, voice concerns and offer comments or suggestions.  Mayor Fields said, “It’s also an excellent way for us to gather candid feedback about how people feel things are going in our City; what amenities they particularly enjoy, areas they feel could use improvement, or what they’d like to see in the future.”

 

Fred’s Southern Kitchen has reserved a private dining area for the event.  The restaurant features a breakfast buffet as well as menu items.