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  • R EC

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    Summer Camps, Field Trips and More

    Questions? Call 503-668-5569 or email

    Look what’s inside

  • Sandy Recreation & Leisure Guide Summer 2017

    Page 2 Summer 2017 Recreation & Leisure Guide

    At the base of the Mt. Hood, and the Mt. Hood National Forest recreation

    area, the City of Sandy is a thriving community of almost 11,000 people. The city acts as the

    commercial center for a large rural area population as well as visitors to the Mt. Hood Recreation

    Area. Sandy is widely seen as an attractive spot to reside due to its unique stores and services,

    recreational opportunities, and its proximity to the City of Portland, the Portland International

    Airport, and the scenic Columbia River Gorge. City services include a top notch transit system, a

    number of beautiful parks, and recently, the city has added a gigabit fiber optic system for homes

    and businesses. Sandy recently purchased a 40 acre campus that will soon be an anchor point to

    our downtown area, housing a state of the art aquatic center and multi-generational community

    center. The project will begin in late summer/fall of 2017. Sandy is also host to a number of

    events that attract thousands each year including the Sandy Mountain Festival, Music and Movies

    in the Park, and the Sandy Oktoberfest. With much to offer, Sandy is a terrific place to live, visit,

    and work!

    Kim Yamashita—Interim City Manager


    How to Register Page 4-5 Community Directory Page 6 Community Events Pages 7-20 Senior Programs Page 21 Safety, Music, Dance Page 22 Field Trips Page 23 Day Camps Page 24,25 Soccer Page 26 Tennis Page 27 Mountain Biking Page 28 Dog Training Page 29 Horsemanship Page 30 Transit Adventures Page 31 Fitness/Wellness Page 32-33 Things to Do Outdoors Page 34 Sandy Pool Page 35 Parks Page 36 Activities Through Other Sources Page 37,38 Sandy & Hoodland Library Page 39-43 Registration Form Page 44

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    Sandy Recreation & Leisure Guide Summer 2017

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    How To Register For Classes and Events

    1. Online 24/7 at Choose “Quick Links” and “Online Registration” or CLICK HERE. For added convenience create a password protected online account. See “Login” link in the top right hand corner of the online registration page. The system will store participant information (but not credit card #’s) so that it does not need to be added every time you register online. Online registration numbers for classes, camps and programs are the same as listed here in the guide. 2. In person at the Sandy Community/Senior Center 38348 Pioneer Blvd., Sandy, OR Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm 3. Over the phone by calling 503-668-5569 Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm

    Cancellation Policy: Refund or credits are readily granted if notified 7 days prior to the beginning of the program. No credits or refunds will be issued when notified 2 working days or less from the start of the program. Program fees are not refunded/prorated for participants who miss portions of programs.

  • Sandy Recreation & Leisure Guide Summer 2017

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  • Sandy Recreation & Leisure Guide Community Directory

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    BASEBALL Cal Ripkin Baseball (ages 5-12) Michelle Allsop 503-367-5621 Sandy Junior Baseball (ages 13-16) Robert Tilton 503-887-2725 T-ball (ages 4-6) Darren Pedro 971-404-4449 Welches T-Ball (ages 5-6) Travis Brewster 503-622-0287 Welches Baseball (ages 7-14) Travis Brewster 503-622-0287


    Mtn Storm Youth Basketball (grades K-6) Sandy Rec Dept 503-668-5569


    Sandy School of Dance LLC Anna Frankus 503-668-7643


    Burnt Spur Ranch Linda Keeler 503-668-9716 Northwind Ranch Iris White 503-668-5083

    FOOTBALL President for Sandy Youth Football Nate Rotzien 503-593-7878 Sandy Flag Football (grades K-6) Zach Scott 503-858-5590

    GOLF Greenlea Golf Course 503-663-3934 Mountain View Golf Course 503-663-4869 The Resort at The Mountain Golf Course 503-622-3151

    SOCCER EastSide United FC Chris Hanefeld 503-667-8312

    MARTIAL ARTS US World Class Taekwondo 503-964-0222

    SOFTBALL Sandy Area Girls Softball Tina Allen 503-310-5698 Sandy Adult Coed Softball League Sandy Rec Dept. 503-668-5569 Welches Area Softball (ages 7-14) Travis Brewster 503-622-0287

    SWIMMING Olin Bignall Aquatic Center Vicky Hewitt 503-668-4400 Mavericks Aquatics 503-668-4400 Swim America 503-668-4400

    VOLLEYBALL MHAC Juniors (ages 12-18) Nicole Johnston 503-826-0565

    WRESTLING Youth Club Larry Topliff 503-668-3706



    Friends of the Sandy Library Colleen Hoyt 503-668-8623 Friends of the Sandy Pool Kimberley Nelson 503-819-0511 Kiwanis Club of Sandy Martin Montgomery 503-789-5704 Kiwanis/Sandy Hope Olga Gerberg 503-201-9865 Mt Hood Area Chamber of Commerce Carol Burk 503-622-3017 Mt Hood Hospice Lindy Blaesing 503-668-5545 Mt Hood Lions Club Carol Norgard 503-622-4111 Pregnancy Resource Center of Sandy Cheryl Harris 503-668-8101 Sandy Actors Theatre Mike Strickland 503-668-6834 Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce Khrys Jones 503-668-4006 Sandy Community Action Center Dawn Loomis 503-668-4746 Sandy Garden Club John Ludi 503-668-9230 Sandy Historical Society Mark Shealman 503-668-8050 VFW Terry Boyer 503-668-5211

    CUB & BOY SCOUTS General Contact Virginia Molino 503-225-5741

    GIRL SCOUTS General Contact Sarah Brown 503-977-6824

    Assembly of God Jeremy Siebert 503-668-5589 Church on the Mountain Tim Simon 503-622-4079 Church of the Nazarene Jamie Snodgrass 971-222-6577 Community Church of Sandy Greg Thorson 503-668-4543 Dover Community Church Bob Droullard 503-637-6106 Hoodland Lutheran Church Don Voeks 503-622-3916 Hood View Seventh-day Adventist Jim McMurry 503-663-5611 Immanuel Lutheran Kevin Fenster 503-668-6232 Kiwanis Spiritual Aims Ned Dyal 503-668-6338 Living Way Fellowship Paul Stone 503-668-8088 Orient Drive Baptist Church Rick Threadgill 503-668-6083 Pentecostal Lighthouse Larry Godfredsen 503-668-5780 Sandy Baptist Church Fred Vogel 503-668-3292 Saint Michael’s Catholic Tammy Pagarno 503-668-4446 Sandy Seventh-day Adventist Nick Jones 503-668-6144 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: • Sandy River Ward Norm Dickinson 503-668-3963 • Tickle Creek Ward Scott Howes 503-710-4834

    Sandy Union High School Kim Ball 503-668-8011 Boring Middle School Morgan MacGregor 503-668-9393 Cedar Ridge Middle School Nicole Johnston 503-668-8067 Welches Middle & Elementary Kendra Payne 503-622-3166 Firwood Elementary Tara Black 503-668-8005 Naas Elementary Kimberly Brooks 503-668-4454 Kelso Elementary Robert Bouslaugh 503-668-8020 Sandy Grade Rachael George 503-668-8065 Oregon Trail Academy Debbie Johnson 503-668-5521 Hoodview Junior Academy Brian Gang 503-663-4568 Impact Learning Center Tutoring Evelyn MacLean 503-668-0200

    SPORTS & ACTIVITIES Contact Person Phone SERVICE GROUPS Contact Person Phone

    SCOUTS Contact Person Phone

    CHURCHES Contact Person Phone

    SCHOOL Contact Person Phone

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  • KIDS’ PET SHOW Wednesday, July 5th—FREE

    Staging begins at 10:30am in the covered play shed behind the Sandy Aquatic Center. Pets of all sizes and shapes welcome (even stuffed animals). Each child will have an opportunity to introduce their pet in the ring and receive a special award. Cookies and beverages served. No pre-registration necessary.

    KIDS’ BIKE DERBY Thursday, July 6th– FREE Cedar Ridge Middle School track. Categories for kids ages 3 and up. Registration 10:30-11:00am (no earlier), Age group heats start at 11:15am. Visit the bike decorating station. HELMETS ARE REQUIRED~ BRING WATER BOTTLES. Plan on two hours once the event starts and please be patient as the youngest riders go first. Adult participatio