BOSTON—The Town of Boston Recreation will present two programs for youth this summer. Both programs will be held at the Town of Boston Recreation Building on Monday and Wednesday mornings with the programs beginning July 10 and running through Aug. 16.
An elementary Spanish program will be held for third and fourth graders. There will be stories, games, songs, role-playing and creative activities in a fun and friendly learning environment. Students will explore colors, numbers, common activities, foods, culture and more. The focus will be on speaking and understanding Spanish. The instructor will be Jen Schunk and there is a $25 charge for the 12 sessions.
The town will also be hosting a summer soccer camp with Kaelyn Gamel, which is open to all ages. Gamel has played soccer locally and semi-professionally for the WNY Flash. The participants will enhance soccer skills while developing personal social and life skills. Building confidence, learning leadership skills and team building are some of the personal skills developed.
There is a $45 fee for kindergarten through fourth grade, which includes 12 45-minute sessions. The fee for fifth teighth-gradeh grade students is $60 for 12 90-minute sessions.
Payments may be made by cash, check or money order for either program. Checks can be made payable to the Town of Boston. For information, call Tony Zeniuk at 262-4773 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.