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Golf Lessons
Adults and Youth Ages 12+ with an Adult

Learn to play golf in a relaxed non–competitive environment. Keepers of the Game member Bob Brown will run this four–week golf program for new golfers, those wanting to tidy up their skills, and those returning to the game. Includes three sessions on the full swing and one on-course lesson (1-3 holes), giving you the opportunity to learn this lifetime sport. Classes will take place rain or shine. This program fills up, so register early! Max 6 per session. Instructor: Bob Brown.

Dates: Sat | Apr 25—May 16
Time: 9:00am - 9:50am - FULL
OR 10:00am - 10:50am - FULL
Location: Island Greens Golf Course at 3890 E. French Rd., Clinton.
Fee; $34*

*Participants will need to purchase 3-4 tokens for balls. These can be purchased for $3 at Critters & Co at Ken’s Korner or Clinton Foodmart. Participants will also need to pay the discounted green fee of $7 (bring exact change) for the final day.


Babysitter's Training Course
Ages 11 - 15

Because you care...prepare! This summer find out what you need to know, and learn what every parent wants in a safe and responsible
babysitter. Parents are encouraged to send their existing babysitters to this great course. In addition to learning child & infant CPR, Babysitter’s Training Course can help you—

• Care for children and infants.
• Be a good leader and role model.
• Identify hazards, make good decisions and solve problems.
• Keep children that you baby-sit and yourself safe.
• Handle emergencies such as injuries, illnesses and household accidents.

Date: Tue, June 16
Time: Noon – 3pm
Instructor : Terry Welch, South Whidbey Fire EMS, EMT & Firefighter.
Location: South Whidbey Parks & Recreation Building, Room 125. Min 5/Max 25
Fee: $25


First Aid & CPR
Adults and Youth Ages 14+

In this course, you will learn and practice how to effectively recognize and respond to medical emergencies in the critical first minutes until emergency medical services arrive. These skills include American Heart Association CPR (for adults, children, and infants), First Aid, and use of an AED. Those who successfully complete the course will earn their AHA CPR/FA card.

Date: Sat, May 30
Time: 9am–Noon (class ending time is approximate)
Instructor: Jon Gabelein, Firefighter, EMT, AHA instructor and Coupeville School District teacher.
Location: South Whidbey Parks & Recreation Building, Room 125. Min 5/Max 25
Fee: $25


5475 Maxwelton Road
Langley, WA 98260
Phone, 360.221.5484
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