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The U.S. Junior Olympics Skills Competition sponsored by Kellogg's Frosted Flakes®2006 Junior Olympics Skill Handbook
On Saturday June 10, 2006, the Waldoboro Recreation Department, the Medomak Valley Community Foundation, and Medomak Valley High School will host the U.S. Junior Olympic Skills Competition at Medomak Valley High School. The rain date will be June 11th.
This event is free and open to boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 13. Boys and girls compete separately in a variety of skills such as basketball, soccer, tennis, and track & field. Children may participate in any or all of the athletic sports, but may only participate in one local qualifying event per sport.
The U.S. Junior Olympic Skills Competition encourages youth to adopt a healthy lifestyle by promoting fitness, physical activity, and sports participation.
Parents may pre-register their children at the Waldoboro Recreation Department, in the Town Office. Children must be born between the dates shown to be eligible to participate in their respective age group. All participants must present a birth certificate, or baptismal record, to verify age, and complete a registration/waiver form prior to the start of the competition.
- Ages 8-9 - Born between Sept. 1, 1996 - Aug. 31, 1998
- Ages 10-11 - Born between Sept. 1, 1994 - Aug. 31, 1996
- Ages 12-13 - Born between Sept. 1, 1992 - Aug. 31, 1994
Participants may advance through three levels of competition, including local, regional and the final national event in Colorado Springs.
For further information on the Junior Olympics Skills Competition, contact Kyle Santheson, Town of Waldoboro Recreation Director, 832-5369, email@example.com, or see the Medomak Valley Community Foundation website's Events Page, www.themvcf.org, for more details.
Please note, these events have been rescheduled from the dates originally published in the Waldoboro Recreation Department Brochure to accommodate scheduling Medomak Valley High School's facilities.