Tag Archive: summer

May 22

City pools to open June 2

The Tyler Parks and Recreation Department is celebrating the beginning of summer by opening the Woldert Pool and Sprayground and Fun Forest Pool and Sprayground on Saturday, June 2 at 1 p.m. Both pools will be open June 2 through Aug. 11 and will have trained lifeguards on duty. Before they are allowed to enter …

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May 22

Prepare your kids for summer job expenses

By Jason Alderman High school and college students hoping to find temporary jobs may be in for a tough time this summer – once again – as they compete with older, more experienced workers in a still-struggling economy. But if your kid is fortunate enough to find work, there are a few things he or …

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May 01

Science Investigation camp slated

Kilgore College will host a science investigation summer day camp (KCSI) from June 11-14, offered to students entering the eighth and ninth grades who are good at science. To be considered for the camp, students must get a written referral from his/her science teacher.   Registration fee is $60 which includes snacks, a camp T-shirt …

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Apr 24

Youth sports camps scheduled at KC this summer

The Kilgore College Athletic Department will host three athletic camps for youth this summer: football and boys’ and girls’ basketball.   Each camp is run by KC coaches and assistant coaches.   Lady Rangers Basketball Camp is set for June 4-8 for ages 6-17.  Registration will take place 8 a.m. Monday, June 4, at Masters …

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Apr 04

Summer job: Lifeguard Training set

Do you know a teenager or young adult who needs a summer job?  PARD Aquatics is offering a Lifeguard Training class beginning April 21.  Students must be at least 15 years of age to participate in this course.  A pre-course assessment is required to make sure participants meet the swimming skills needed to become a certified lifeguard.  For …

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Jan 31

Summer program seeks donations

Tyler Parks and Recreation is seeking donations of arts and crafts supplies, table games, sporting equipment and youth reading books for its free, summer playground program that will take place at five park locations for 10 weeks beginning in June. “Instead of throwing away an old board game or baseballs that no longer get used, …

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Aug 23

Managing water bills

With the hot, dry summer Tyler is experiencing, managing water consumption and controlling water bills is a challenge.  The City of Tyler Water Utilities Department advises focusing efforts on irrigation systems to make the most impact. “Typically, domestic water use – meaning the water used inside the home for drinking, showering and laundry – does …

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Jul 07

Summer travel

By Texas AG Greg Abbott Summer has arrived, and travel companies across the country are capitalizing on the season by offering airfare, hotel and rental car specials. Fortunately, most vendors are honest brokers who offer good deals to their customers. However, any family trying to stay within their travel budgets should be cognizant of unexpected …

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