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PARKS AND RECREATION FAMILY SCAVENGER HUNT
07/06/2020
Cornwall Park and Recreation  & Other Regional Park and...
Region 1 Park and Rec Summer Baseball
06/29/2020
Region 1 Summer Rec Baseball 2020   This summer’s...
TENNIS in Cornwall Village
06/09/2020
  TENNIS IN CORNWALL VILLAGE      ...
 
PARKS AND RECREATION FAMILY SCAVENGER HUNT

Cornwall Park and Recreation

 & Other Regional Park and Recreation Departments Presents

SHARON AUDUBON CENTER’S

PARKS AND RECREATION FAMILY SCAVENGER HUNT

SUMMERTIME FAMILY FUN OUT-OF-DOORS!!!   PLEASE JOIN WITH US IN PARTICIPATING IN A FOUR WEEK  NATURE SCAVENGER HUNT. 

EACH WEEK STARTING JULY 5TH YOU WILL BE PROVIDED WITH A LIST OF BIRDS, HABITATS, INSECTS AND MORE TO IDENTIFY, PHOTOGRAPH AND DESCRIBE. 

THE RECORDED RESULTS WILL BE LOGGED IN WITH YOUR TOWN’S PARK AND REC. DIRECTOR AND AT THE END OF THE FOUR WEEK HUNT RESULTS WILL BE COMPILED AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS MADE FOR PARTICIPATION AND EARNED RESULTS.

 THE SHARON AUDUBON CENTER AND REGIONAL PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENTS ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR PARTICIPATION.

WEEK ONE


by posted 07/06/2020
Region 1 Park and Rec Summer Baseball

Region 1 Summer Rec Baseball 2020

 

This summer’s Region 1 Rec Baseball is designed to give players a recreational opportunity to safely play baseball safely in a controlled and coached environment on a weekly basis.  Players will meet at the field and then be divided up into teams for scrimmages.  All teams will be coached and supervised as if playing in a regular season.  The first two meetings will be used as practices so the coaches can get to know the players.  After that, nights will be used for games. 

 

Restricted to players who are region one residents, Little League age 9-12, born 9/2007-8/2011

 

We will meet on Monday and Thursdays at Trotta Field on Salmon Kill Rd in Salisbury.  We will start at 5:30 p.m. on July 6th and continue through August 6th.

 

Due to COVID-19, these are the guidelines that must be followed

  • Players must wear a mask when not on the field.
  • Players must social distance when not on the field.  Dugouts will not be used and players will be assigned their own space at the field along the fence and in the bleachers.
  • We ask that parents social distance at the games and limit the number of people attending to one parent and no siblings.
  • Helmets will not be shared.  If you do not have your own, one will be lent to you.
  • We will reduce the amount of bat sharing as possible.  If you have your own bat, you and you alone will use it.  If you do not and need to share we will clean and sanitize the bats between use.  Bats must have USA Baseball logo.
  • Catchers equipment will be cleaned and sanitized in between use if you do not have your own set.
  • We ask that players limit contact, no high fives, hugs etc.  We will tip hats at the end of the game.
  • Players must bring their own water bottle marked with their name.
  • There will be no gum or sunflower seeds allowed.
  • In the spirit of this being rec baseball we will ask willing parents to umpire the games from behind the mound.
  • Players who are playing on the NWCTSBLL travel team are expected not to play on the Rec Baseball nights.

 

We are very excited to offer a chance for kids to play baseball this summer and hope your support and help in enforcing these guidelines will give them a chance to stay safe and healthy and have a good experience playing baseball.

 

Please bring form the first time you come.

 

 

 

Region 1 Summer Rec Baseball 2020

 

Name:_________________________________________________________________

 

Address:_______________________________________________________________

 

Home Phone #:____________________  Cell Phone #­­­­­­­­­­­­__________________________

 

Email Address:__________________________________________________________

 

Age:________ Gender:________ Date of Birth______________

 

MEDICAL RELEASE/PERMISSION TO TREAT

 

I ______________________(print parent/guardian name) give _______________________(print participant name)

permission to participate in the Region 1 Rec Baseball Program. In the event of an emergency where I cannot be contacted I give the team coaches permission to obtain proper medical treatment for my child. I understand that participating in youth baseball has some risk of injury and I am willing to accept that greater risk on behalf of my child.

I/We agree to return upon request the uniform and other equipment issued to my/our child in as good

conditions as when received except for normal wear and tear.

 

Parents Signature:__________________________________Date___________________

 

Emergency Contact_____________________(Name) Phone#_________________

(A person that does not live in your household and can be contacted if you cannot)

Does your child have any allergies to medication, food or insects? Y/N

If yes, please list                                                                                                     

 

I hereby attest that I have been informed of the following pertaining to the coronavirus:

 

• People who are 65 years and older and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions or are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 are recommended to stay at home. A list of medical conditions associated with a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 can be found in CDC’s guidance.* Individuals and families should consult their healthcare provider to determine whether they have medical conditions that place them at risk.

• Staff and children living in households with individuals who are 65 years and older OR have higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 are recommended to stay home.

 

___________________________________              ____________________________________

Signature of Parent/Guardian                                           Printed Name

 

___________________________________              ____________________________________

Child Name                                                                   Date

 

* Includes chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma, serious heart conditions, immunocompromised (cancer treatment, smoking, bone marrow or organ transplantation, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, and prolonged use of corticosteroids and other immune weakening medications), severe obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 40 or higher), diabetes, chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis and liver disease. Individuals should consult their healthcare provide to determine whether they have medical conditions that place them at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19.


by posted 06/29/2020
TENNIS in Cornwall Village
 
TENNIS IN CORNWALL VILLAGE
 
 
          The Town Courts in Cornwall Village are unique in so many ways. We are fairly confident that most residents are unaware how rare a public clay court setting is and how valuable it is to protect the resource. For tennis players a clay court is like a covered bridge. A reminder that the game is beautiful for a variety of reasons. But no one knew that one of the greatest assets tennis provides is the ability to socially distance while enjoying the outdoors and the company of like-minded friends and neighbors.
 
          To that end Cornwall Park and Recreation, in partnership with Todd Piker, the USPTA , the state Health Department and the Selectmen, have crafted a strategy to enable these 2 clay courts on Pine Street to be opened and used this summer. The official opening is timed to coordinate with June 20 when the state of CT is slated to enter Phase 2.
 
There are several very important and mandated points to stress as players endeavor to plan their tennis outings:
 
1. These courts are for the exclusive use of residents of the Town of Cornwall and their guests. Any abuse of this provision will terminate their availability for all.
2. Usage now requires an ONLINE signup for a UserName and Password at the following website: www.reservemycourt.com
3. Once you are registered you can reserve a court (only permitted 24 hours in advance for a maximum of 1.5 hours). You will assign Cornwall Town Courts as your facility.
4. WalkOn is permitted but ONLINE registration takes precedence up until 15 minutes beyond the reservation time.
5. There will be ample signage to advise of the COVID-19 transmission risk and we look upon the following of these guidelines as representative of your willingness to play tennis safely. Any blatant disregard of these guidelines might well lead to privilege termination and net removal so please be thoughtful for us all.
6. Any teaching must have the express permission of the Cornwall Park and Rec and Todd Piker
For any further info you can reachout to Todd Piker at tpiker@gmail.com or Jen Markow at prcornwall@gmail.com 
 
 

by posted 06/09/2020
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