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46 April 4 - 17, 2009
Youth
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Batter up in Chandler
Chandler Service Club offers scholarships
New, continuing or re-entry college students who Current-year graduating high school seniors are not
live in the greater Chandler area and plan to attend eligible for one year following high school graduation.
an advanced educational institution in Arizona are While financial need is considered, character, drive,
encouraged to apply for this year’s Chandler Service potential for educational success and references are
Club Community Scholarships. Applications must be also weighed.
submitted by April 15. Applications and information are available at
Requirements include enrollment in a minimum of www.chandlerserviceclub.org, or by contacting
six hours in an accredited program per semester, a 2.5 Marcelle Hanish at CSCscholarship@gmail.com.
minimum grade point average and U.S. citizenship.
Free dyslexia screenings at Sunset Library
STSN photo by Gordon Murray
Up to 20 percent of children are estimated to be are performed at Chandler Sunset Library from 1 to 4
PLAY BALL! Chandler Mayor Boyd Dunn throws the
dyslexic, according to Dr. Pamela Rupprecht of The p.m. Sun., April 19 by appointment. Space is limited.
first pitch for Chandler National Little League’s first
game at Snediger Park following opening ceremonies
Reading Clinic. However, if dyslexia is caught and The library is located at 4930 W. Ray Rd.
recently. CNLL’s season is in full swing with games almost
treated early, there’s little chance a child will need The Reading Clinic is at 1860 E. Warner Rd., Suite
every afternoon and weekend. For more information further treatment. 101, in Tempe. For more info, call 480-456-0500 or
on the league, which now includes girls softball, visit
Find out if your child has dyslexia at a free screening visit www.azreadingclinic.com.
www.ChanderNational.com.
given by Rupprecht. Valued at $100 each, screenings
Cheer Chandler athletes
Hershey’s meet
City offers teens summer job experience
Chandler youth ages 14 to 16 have an opportunity to learn about the workforce and their city as part of this
Support Chandler youths ages 7 to 14 as they compete
summer’s Leaders In Training (L.I.T.) program.
in sprints, relays, standing long jump and the softball
Participants assist City staff members with day-to-day activities at various job sites from June 9 to July
throw at the annual Hershey Track & Field Games, held
17. Shift times are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to noon, or from 1 to 5 p.m. Job skill
Sat., April 18.
development workshops are held on Mondays from 1 to 3 p.m.
Top performers in each category may have the
Participants must work at least 12 hours a week, must be present the entire six weeks of the program, and
opportunity to compete in the State Hershey Track &
will be treated like regular employees in the areas of punctuality, attendance, attitude and performance.
Field Meet, as well as the national meet in Hershey, PN.
Participation is free, and teens do not receive payment.
The event, which begins at 7:30 a.m., is held at
L.I.T. applications are due Fri., May 8 and can be downloaded at www.chandleraz.gov/teens, or picked up at
Chandler High School Austin Field at 350 N. Arizona Ave.
Chandler community centers, libraries, high schools, and at the evening teen programs at Andersen Jr. High,
For more information, call 480-782-2912 or visit
Willis Jr. High, and Santan K-8.
www.chandleraz.gov/youth-sports.
For more information, call Heidi Holloway at 480-782-2705 or email heidi.holloway@chandleraz.gov.
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