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KETCHUM ó Registration for the city of Ketchum Recreation Departmentís Summer Youth Recreation Program is now open. There will be two four-week sessions from Wednesday to Aug. 8.

The Summer Youth Recreation Program will be open to children entering third grade and older and available from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Activities will include Watch Me Grow gardening, golf, swimming, skateboarding, beginner and advanced mountain biking, ball sports, performing arts and more.

All-day Friday Adventures will be available at an extra cost, and registration will open at the beginning of each session. Planned activities include whitewater rafting on the Salmon River, bouncing on trampolines at JumpTime, swimming at Easley Hot Springs and more.

Some activities for the Summer Youth Recreation Program and all Friday Adventures have limited space; early registration is encouraged. To register, go to ketchumidaho.org/registra tion. Payment plans and schol arships are available.

For more information, call Julia Mace at 208-726-7820, ext. 6102, or email jmace@ketchumidaho.org. S e habla EspaŮol.

3 CSI softball players named to All-America list

TWIN FALLS ó The NJCAA named three College of Southern Idaho softball players to the All-American list Monday.

Sophomore Tristin Evans made the second-team list while freshman Kalena Shepherd and sophomore Hannah Peterson were named to the third-team list.

Evans, an infielder, batted .465 this season with 16 doubles and 17 home runs this season. She scored 75 runs on the season.

Shepherd, a catcher, hit .469 with 15 home runs and 17 doubles and drove in 50 runs. Peterson hit .421 and had 16 home runs and stole 11 bases.

Fatherís Day Pickleball Bash is this week

TWIN FALLS ó The Pickleball Association of Twin Falls will host its 2nd annual Twin Falls Fatherís Day Pickleball Bash from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday to Saturday. Womenís doubles will take place Thursday, with menís doubles Friday and mixed doubles June 15.

Registration closes today. To register, go to pickleballtournaments.com.

Hailey hosts Wood River Volleyball Camp

HAILEY ó Expert coaches with extensive college coaching experience will present the Wood River Volleyball Camp Monday to June 19 at the Community Campus, 1050 Fox Acres Road, Hailey.

Mike Welch, former USA Youth National Team head coach and 17-year veteran NCAA Division I and II college head coach, will lead sessions. Keisha Fisher, former assistant coach at Idaho State University and team captain at the University of Utah, will also work with attending volleyball players.

The camp will have a positive atmosphere and proven curriculum with expert skills instruction, position training, game scenarios and competitions for players in fifth through 12th grade. Learn and improve your game in a fun new way using the exclusive Meme and Do TM. Court-side visual volleyball memes, video, speed radar and other technology will help players improve visually.

To register, email mike@peakvolleyball.com or go to peakvolleyballcamps.com/.

For more information, go to peakvolleyballcamps.com/indoor-wood-river-idaho.

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