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Newton Rotary Club and USD 373 are partnering up for the 11th year of Birdies Against Bullying, a golf tournament on June 27 at Sand Creek Station. Funds from this year's event will go towards the inclusive playground being built at Slate Creek Elementary and the Helping Hands fund at Newton High School. 8am registration, 9am shotgun start. Not a student event. Parents - see flyers for registration info.

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July 9 - 12 for ages 5-8 & August 6-9 for ages 9-12. Join instructor Beth Burns for Summer Art Camp. Class will meet Tuesday through Friday from 1-3 PM. Explore different art materials each day, including drawing, painting, sculpture and more! $50 per camper. All supplies included, class size is limited. Register on our website,, or by calling the gallery, 284-2749, to reserve your spot.

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Join us to create a watercolor creation under the guidance of local artist Susan Bartel! Ages 10-18. Registration required; call the library to sign up.

Tabor College Musical Theatre Camp

Tabor's MTC provides a unique opportunity for young performers to hone their talents in a faith-based environment. We incorporate elements of worship and storytelling, allowing participants to grow both artistically and spiritually. Campers not only develop their performance skills but also form lasting connections with like-minded individuals who share their passion for both theatre and their faith. The final performance is a musical review centered around the week's theme.

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-High energy basketball camp that will focus on fundamentals of the players. Each player will also get a customized video breakdown of their own shot as well as individual instruction from HoF coach and women's basketball coach, Rocky Lamar, head men's coach Jayson Artaz and staff and current Threshers. 2nd-8th grade, June 24-27 9am-3pm in Thresher Gymnasium ($150)

-Bethel Athletic Academy - Want your child to stay healthy and get exercise over the summer? We have a place for young athletes to come and work on their coordination, speed and agility in a fun game centered environment. Boys and girls 1st-6th grade, June 3-20, Monday-Thursday at 10am to 111am. ($40/week or $100 for 3 weeks)

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This group is for middle school tennis players looking to improve fundamentals and develop strategies for more successful results in competition throughout the school season and summer.

WEEK 1 11:00-12:30—Tues. 5/28, Wed. 5/29, Thurs. 5/30, Fri. 5/31
WEEK 2 4:00-5:30—Tues 6/4, Thurs. 6/6 (Notice the Time Change)
WEEK 3 11:00-12:30—Mon. 6/10, Tues. 6/11, Wed. 6/12, Thurs. 6/13
WEEK 4 11:00-12:30—Mon.6/17, Tues. 6/18, Wed. 6/19, Thurs. 6/20
WEEK 5 11:00-12:30—Mon. 6/24, Tues. 6/25, Wed. 6/26, Thurs. 6/27

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-This clinic is for beginning tennis players, looking to gain learning of basic fundamentals necessary for both
recreational playing and competition.


WEEK 1---10:00AM—11:00AM—Mon. 6/10,Tues. 6/11, Wed. 6/12, Thurs. 6/13
WEEK 2---10:00AM—11:00AM—Mon. 6/17, Tues. 6/18, Wed. 6/19, Thurs. 6/20
WEEK 3---10:00AM—11:00AM—Mon. 6/24, Tues. 6/25, Wed. 6/26, Thurs. 6/27

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Youth ages 8-12 are invited to join us at Lego Robotics Camp at Newton High School! Love legos? Want to learn some basic coding? Lego Robotics camp is for you! Spend the week designing, building and programing a Lego Robot as you build skills in team work and communication along side our Newton High School Team 935 RaileRobotics members. The last day of camp we will host an exciting competition between the robots. We hope you will join us!

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The Newton Volleyball Camps are designed to help introduce the game of volleyball, teach fundamental skills appropriate for their age level and develop a love for the game. The focus is to have fun and enjoy improving volleyball skills. All three groups will have their own session to work on skill development at elementary, intermediate and middle school levels. 1st-3rd grade will work on basic skills and movement. 4th-6th graders will add onto the fundamentals and start to develop teamwork and how to play together. 7th and 8th grade will build on volleyball skills, teamwork and add in some competition. Each day the athletes will have a chance to learn from Coach Dibbens, Assistant High School Coaches and a number of the Newton High School Volleyball players.

Mail payment to Jamie Dibbens 216 Wheatridge Ct. Newton, KS 67114, or pay through Venmo using the QR code. Dates: June 3rd, 4th and 5th Time/Cost: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grade 9:30-10:30 ($25) 4th, 5th and 6th grade: 10:30am-12:00pm.

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Head to the library for video games, board games, crafts and activities, Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:15-5:00. And there are snacks!

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Buckle up for peace of mind! Our certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians will ensure your child's car seat is installed correctly. Your child's safety is our top priority.

Saturday, May 25
10am to 12pm
600 Medical Center Drive, Newton

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The Newton High School Choirs are hosting an adult prom at Santa Fe's Gym on June 7th from 7-10 pm. Did you miss your high school prom, or want to experience prom as an adult with a different date? Come and enjoy the new Santa Fe Gym for $25 a ticket. No heels will be allowed on the new gym floor!

We will also be hosting a Parent's Night-Out for ages 6-12. This will be $20 per child. We will be in the cafeteria at Santa Fe! Children can come in their PJ's and bring a pillow and blanket.
Tickets may be purchased at the NHS office or through the QR code on the poster.

Mystery Festival fosters investigative skills

Students used a variety of testing methods of the simulation's evidence, including chromatography, fingerprint analysis, testing the pH of liquids, burning threads to identify the type of thread (cotton or wool), looking at a DNA report, analyzing handwriting samples, and using iodine to identify a powder found at the crime scene.