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Archive for September 2011

Kare Youth League’s 5K at the Santa Fe Dam is on, Rain or Shine!

It’s time to start getting back into shape for this year’s 5K! Kare Youth League would like to invite you and your family to the 5K at the Santa Fe Dam on Saturday, November 12. Come and enjoy a great morning with friends and family as you run/walk along beautiful lakefront trails with majestic mountains in the background. Put a team together or just come and run on your own. We will also have a 3K event for children ages 12 and under. Both races will begin at 8:00 AM. After the race, be sure to visit the Health & Fitness fair. Kare will not have our normal football or volleyball games that day so everyone can enjoy the event.  The KYL Future Bowl will be held later that evening in Arcadia. For more information please visit our 5K event website at

Calling All Kindergartners!

Kare Youth League’s innovative program for kindergarten boys
begins October 8 at all three Kare centers.

The “Great Start”  program, which runs from 11:00-12:00 on Saturday mornings, is tailor made for kindergartners. It starts with an introductory soccer season that runs through December and continues throughout the year with basketball, and t-ball. There are also many other great activities including a day of camping. 

The easiest way to sign up is to show up at 11:00 a.m. on October 8, fill out an information form and attend a parent orientation meeting. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Greg Bolinger at (626) 442-1160, ext. 111.


KYL’s kindergarten program for girls

The organization’s kindergarten program for girls is already up and running. The “Royal Friends” meet on Saturday mornings at 9:00 at all three centers for dance, crafts and other fun activities. To sign up simply show up on a Saturday morning or contact Mrs. Maura Drain at (626) 442-1160 ext. 442.


3 ways that you can help

1) Hand out one of the colorful flyers given out to your team to a friend or neighbor who has a kindergartner. You can also pick up more in the office.

2) Put a yard sign up in your yard, especially if you live by a school or a location that kindergartners pass by.

3) Let us know if you know someone at a school that can help us get in contact with school principals so we can talk to them about the program and its benefits.