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‘Green’ video deadline nears


Fri., March 9 is the cut-off date for Chandler


high school students to create environmental conservation public service announcements about recycling, water conservation or storm water pollution prevention for entry into the City of Chandler’s Kids for Conservation Video Contest. Winners will be notified on Tue., March 27. Submissions will be evaluated by a panel of


judges on the basis of creativity and originality, quality and technical accuracy, and content of message. Participating schools from the students’ winning entries in each category will receive $200. All winning teams are invited, along with their families, classmates, teacher and principal, to the April Study Session with the Chandler City Council for recognition, where they will be pre- sented with certificates and have their photos taken with local officials. Video entries must be between 30 and 60 sec-


onds long and suitable for TV airing, and must be relevant to residents in Chandler, encouraging participation in the City’s conservation efforts. For more details on contest guidelines and judging criteria, or to obtain the official contest entry form and waivers, visit www.chan- dleraz.gov/videocontest.


Youth Junior Golf Camp begins Youths ages 6 to 14 and entering kinder-


garten through eighth grade are introduced to the basic principles and fundamentals of golf when they participate in Junior Golf Camps offered by Bear Creek Golf Complex Junior Golf Academy. Children have until Wed., March 7 to


register for camps, which occur during the Chandler Unified School District’s spring break. Lessons are taught by PGA staff and


include putting, chipping, pitching, bunker shots and full swings with irons and woods. Children also learn safety, golf etiquette, sportsmanship and golf rules. Campers have the opportunity to play a


ON THE GREENS: Jace Fricke, left, with brother Caden take part in a recent Bear Creek Golf academy. Submitted photo


few holes on the course each week. Qualified campers may purchase a pass for unlimited weekly golf on the Cub course. Camp sessions are limited in size, with a maximum child-


to-instructor ratio of 8 to 1 and a maximum of 16 students per ses- sion. Campers are grouped by age and skill level, with elementary school-age students beginning their one-hour classes at 8:30 a.m. and junior high students beginning at 10 a.m. Parents are responsible for pro-


viding clubs for their children. Bear Creek professional staff members are available to assist in fitting children with age- and size-appropriate golf equipment. Camp tuition is $40 per week and covers instruction and range balls.


Online or in-person registration is available. Bear Creek is at 500 E. Riggs Rd. in Chandler. For more infor- mation, call 480-883-8200 or visit www.BearCreekAZ.com.


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Free SAT, ACT practice test at Tutor House High school juniors and seniors can take a free SAT or ACT practice test Sat., March 17 or Sat., March 24 at Tutor House


Tutoring Services in Chandler. Testing is from 9:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a welcome and registration from 9 to 9:15 a.m. Students should bring a


calculator to the session. Participants will receive a score analysis at a future date. Space is limited, and reservations are required. The practice test will be given at Tutor House’s location at 100 W. Boston St., Suite 4, in the Chandler Professional


Building located in historic downtown Chandler. For more information, contact Tutor House Tutoring Services at 480-857-1222, tutoring@tutorhouseaz.com or visit www.tutorhouseaz.com.


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