CVSD SPORTS & COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES
CVSD SPORTS EVENTS CALENDAR
The NOHS Colonial Learning Center is open 2:30-3:30 pm for grades 9-12. The center provides a quiet space for students to study, work on projects, complete homework, or get assistance from a tutor.
Registration opens December 9, 2019.
January 12 – March 9
Weekly practice night determined by team, games on Saturday 8am – 2 pm (15+ play on Friday Night.)
Age groups: 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-15 & 15+ (tentative; determined by numbers registered).
$50 for first player, $30 for 2nd. After January 9th, $55/$35.
Basic skills and fundamentals of the game will be taught including passing, dribbling, shooting, rebounding and defensive principles. Each team will play one game per week. Every child will play at least half of every game. T-shirt is included with team specific colors which are chosen at the first team meeting.
If anyone is interested in coaching or refereeing, phone EBACC 717-259-8848.
Ride for $1 • Free for kids 44″ & under with adult • Track the bus • Load your bicycle • Flag bus between stops
Map and Schedule May 5-Dec 8, 2019 (PDF)
Transit Center, Museum & Visitors Center, Eisenhower Conference Center, Outlets
Blue Line (North, West, & South routes):
Transit Center, 525 Boyds School Road, Gettysburg Hospital, Lincoln Estates, Seminary Museum, Deatrick Commons
Transit Center, Gettysburg College, HACC, Gateway/Marriott, Walmart
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Click here for details and directions to the farms and orchards in Adams County offering opportunities to pick-your-own fruit and veggies. Contact farmers before you go!
Soccer year is August to July
For fees, schedules, and registration visit
Partial and full scholarships are available.
U10 & under divisions practice and play at James Gettys Elementary School fields.
13U, 14U, 15U and 16U divisions sometimes practice elsewhere.
Games: Saturdays 8 am-1 pm, every hour on the hour.
Players need soccer or tennis shoes (baseball and football cleats are NOT allowed), shin guards, practice socks, an appropriate size ball (per your division), and a water bottle.
American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) is an all-volunteer organization based on six principles: Everyone plays, Balanced Teams, Open Registration, Good Sportsmanship, Player Development and Positive Coaching.
A 4-H animal club is a club that focuses solely on one specific animal instead of projects. Members without animals are still able to participate in an animal club by completing an animal-less project. Includes: Beef Club, Dairy Beef/Dairy Club, Goat Club, Horse Club, Poultry Club, Rabbit & Cavy Club, Sheep Club, Swine Club, Dog, Seeing Eye Puppy
Visit the 4-H Animal Club website for full details, or phone Carolyn McGraw, 717-334-6271.
Community Clubs do not focus on one specific project, they offer several different projects members can choose from. There is something for everyone.
Clubs are in New Oxford, Upper Adams, and York Springs
Visit the 4-H Community Club website for full details, or phone Trudy Gladhill at 717-334-6271.
Special Interest Clubs
Special Interest clubs focus on one specific project. Includes Craft Club, Teen Senate Club, East Berlin Shooting Sports, and Littlestown Shooting Sports
Visit the 4-H Special Interest Club website for full details, or phone Trudy Gladhill at 717-334-6271.
Check website and facebook for additional opportunities
Adams County 4-H, Penn State Extension
670 Old Harrisburg Road, Suite 204
Cub Scout Packs, grade K-5
Cub Scouting is fun for the whole family. In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It’s fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life.
BSA Scouts, youth 11-17
Scouts BSA is the traditional Scouting experience for youth in the fifth grade through high school. Service, community engagement and leadership development become increasingly important parts of the program as youth lead their own activities and work their way toward earning Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout. NOTE: Beginning in February 2019, this program is transitioning to include both young men and young women.
Venturing – Co-ed 14-20
Explore passions, make friends, discover the world. You’re always looking for an adventure. Rappelling a cliff. Perfecting your shot. Designing a robot. Kayaking into the sunset. Exploring your faith. Volunteering at an animal shelter. The choice is yours! Venturing is youth-led and youth-inspired. You’ll acquire life skills and gain experiences while having a blast.
SUMMER CAMPS are available for Cubs and BSA Scouts. Financial assistance available.
For more information visit Battlefield District, New Birth of Freedom Council, BSA
Christopher Lontz, Director
firstname.lastname@example.org, (717) 827-4569
See website and Facebook for Spring 2020 information
REGISTRATION: June 1 – August 31, 2019
SESSION: September 3 – October 24, 2019, T & Th 5:30-6:30 pm.
AGES: 3 – 15
FEE: Members $80, NonMembers $100
LOCATION: North Hanover YMCA
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Athletic Attire & Sneakers
For boys and girls ages 3-15 (as of September 1, 2019) who enjoy running and want to improve. Participants practice 2x/week with an instructor and participate in a year-end meet for family and friends.
3-4 year olds 1/2 Mile
5-8 year olds 1 Mile
9-13 year olds 2 Miles
14-15 year olds 3.1 miles (5K)
North Hanover YMCA
500 George St, Hanover