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Junior Youth Basketball
Craig Parks and Recreation is now taking registration for Junior Youth Basketball. The deadline to register is Jan. 3. The season begins Feb. 12 and runs through April 12. The program is for boys and girls kindergarten through second grade. Call 824-8151, Ext. 325 for information.

Craig Sea Sharks
The Craig Sea Sharks will have a parent meeting at 7 p.m. Jan. 8 in the Moffat County High School library. All parent meetings are held the second Monday of each month. Call Tammy Workman at 824-6932 or at 824-7453 for more information.

Indoor Soccer
Craig Parks and Recreation is now taking registrations for Indoor Soccer. This is a great way to brush up on skills and techniques or just to learn the game soccer. Teams are divided according to age and grade. Participants must be between the ages of five and 14 to play. Games will be on Thursday evenings, starting Jan. 18. The deadline to sign up is Jan. 4. The fee is $12. Call 824-8151, Ext. 325 for information.

Trailbusters
Learn how to ski or snowboard this winter with Trailbusters, sponsored by the Craig Parks and Recreation Department. Children first through sixth grade are eligible. Participants ride a chaperoned bus to Steamboat five consecutive Saturdays beginning Jan. 13. Cost is $120 plus the daily lift ticket and rentals. The registration deadline is Jan. 5. Call 824-8151, Ext. 329 for more information.

Soccer Association
The Craig Youth Soccer Association will meet from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Dec. 11 in Rm. 202 of the CNCC Bell Tower building. Agenda items include: review of the indoor winter league program, setting schedules for the program, Groundhog tournament and sign up for spring season traveling. Call 824-8832 for more information.

Bowlers
Senior bowlers are wanted at 10:30 a.m. Thursday mornings. Call 824-3377 or 824-6495.


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