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WINTER/

SPRING
2018

Parks
Make
Life
Better!

(209) 668-5594 WWW.CITYOFTURLOCK.ORG


WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TURLOCK.RECREATION
144 S. BROADWAY
LEAF PICK-UP PROGRAM
The City of Turlock Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities Department
will be running the annual Leaf Pickup Program

November 6, 2017 – February 9, 2018


Turlock residents are encouraged to use their green waste containers for leaves and garden
refuse. Any leaves that will not fit into the green container may be placed in the street 18"
from the curb in loose piles, not bagged. Do not place limbs in leaf piles. Do not park
vehicles in front of your residence in locations which will prevent access to leaf collection the
day prior to your scheduled day, on the scheduled day and the day after your scheduled day.
If you have any questions please call 668-5594
or visit www.cityofturlock.org/leafpickup

• Leaf Pickup Program runs November 6, 2017


thru February 9, 2018.
• Turlock residents are encouraged to use their
green waste container for leaves and garden
refuse.
• 
Any leaves that will not fit into the green
container may be placed in the street 18” from
the curb in loose piles, not bagged.
• Do not place limbs in leaf piles.
• Do not park vehicles in front of your residence
in locations which will prevent access to leaf
collection the day prior to your scheduled day,
on the scheduled day and the day after your
scheduled day.
• If you have any questions please call 668-5594
or visit www.cityofturlock.org/leafpickup

DONNELLY PARK DENAIR PARK


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GENERAL INFORMATION
TA B L E O F COMMUNITY MEETINGS
CONTENTS All regular meetings are open to the public. Meetings are
held at City Hall located at 156 S. Broadway.
WINTER/SPRING 2018
City Council.........................When:.. 2nd & 4th Tuesday
General Information................................. Pg 3 Time:..............6:00 p.m.
Parks & Facilities...................................... Pg 4 Parks, Recreation & ..........When:.... 2nd Wednesday
Youth Activities......................................... Pg 5 Community Commission .Time:..............6:00 p.m.
After School Activities............................... Pg 8 Turlock City.........................When:........ 2nd Thursday
Teen Activities.......................................... Pg 9 Arts Commission................Time:..............6:00 p.m.

Adult Activities....................................... Pg 10
Registration &
GARAGE SALE PERMITS.......................... $15.00
City of Turlock residents who are planning on having a
Program Information............................... Pg 11 garage sale are required to obtain a permit.
Visit www.cityofturlock.org or 144 S. Broadway for more
Classes listed with the computer icon are
information.
available for online registration.
See page 11 for details. RECREATION SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
Information subject to change. Youth & Senior Recreation Scholarships are available
through the Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities Office
for participation in City of Turlock Recreation Activities.
Participants must be 18 years of age or under or 62 years
of age and above, and have a Turlock address. Once
approved, applicants may receive up to $125 for the fiscal
year. For more information contact the Recreation Office.
Donations are being accepted for additional scholarships.
Please contact the Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities
Department Office for more information.

GEMPERLE FIELDS
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PARKS & FACILITIES Brandon Koch Memorial Skate Park -


600 Pedras Rd.
PARK RENTALS REQUIRED SAFETY GEAR Helmets - Kneepads - Elbow Pads
(Areas available for use 10am to 10pm) This is an unsupervised facility open year round,
BROADWAY PARK 501 N. Broadway 6:00am—10:00pm
CRANE PARK 1555 E. Canal Drive
DONNELLY PARK 600 Pedras Road Bike Park - 4013 N. Walnut Avenue
PEDRETTI PARK PICNIC AREA 2400 Tegner Road
All park reservations must be made by 5 pm Thursday prior
REQUIRED SAFETY GEAR: Helmets - Kneepads - Elbow Pads
This is an unsupervised facility, park hours are:
to the weekend of your event. All areas not reserved by
Monday thru Friday year round, 3:45pm to sunset*
Thursday prior to the following weekend will become first
Saturday and Sunday year round, 8:00am to sunset*
come first serve.
School recess and holidays, 8:00am to sunset
Picnic areas can be reserved from March 1st through *weather permitting
October 31st, by visiting the Recreation Office. To check
availability of a picnic space, call the Recreation Office at
Dog Park at Quaile Rand Norton Park -
668-5594 or visit www.cityofturlock.org.
From the home page go to: 500 S. Berkeley Avenue
Enter Keyword Search and type in: Dog Park at Swanson Centennial Park -
1. Park Rentals
2. Choose park and click on Check Availability 2101 Pinto Way
3. Click on the letter area To be able to play at the dog park:
• Rabies vaccinations must be current
• Male dogs must be neutered
Bounce House Permits • All dogs must wear identification
Once you have rented a park space and contracted with
• Owners must carry a leash at all times
an approved Bounce House company, you must purchase
• No puppies under four months of age allowed
a $35 Bounce House Permit through the Recreation Office.
• No female dogs in heat may enter the park
For more information contact the Recreation Office. Bounce
houses are not allowed at any of the first come first serve
sites. BUILDING RENTALS
Reserve one of the following buildings for your next party,
wedding or special event. Reservations can be made
SPECIALTY PARKS up to 11 months in advance at the Recreation Office,
Pedretti Park Sports Complex - 2400 Tegner Road 144 S. Broadway, Turlock. For rate and rental information
One of the finest softball facilities in the Central Valley, call 668-5594.
featuring 4 softball fields and 1 baseball diamond. All SENIOR CENTER 1191 Cahill
fields are available for rent and use for tournaments. RUBE BOESCH CENTER 275 N. Orange

Gemperle Fields at Turlock Regional Sports Complex -


4545 N. Kilroy Road
Conveniently located off Highway 99, and with 9 soccer
fields and 2 softball diamonds, the fields at the Sports
Complex are perfect for tournament rentals.
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YOUTH ACTIVITIES Recommended Dress Code


Ballet Classes:
DANCE ETC................................................. Pink Ballet slippers (with elastic strap across top of foot)
These classes teach the basics of ballet for 2 - 8 years! Leotard & tights Hair away from face
Students will be learning a dance to perform at the end of the
Tap Classes:
session. Step out and Dance! Black tap shoes Leotard & tights
Hair away from face
ALL CLASSES WILL BE HELD AT TURLOCK COMMUNITY THEATRE
Registration will begin Tuesday, December 19.
BALLET................................................
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn beginning and
Where:............................... Turlock Community Theatre
intermediate ballet dance. The Ballet I class will incorporate
Recital:....Friday, March 30 (Turlock Community Theatre) the correct placement of the body, legs and feet with the
Admission:..................... $2.00/person 3 yrs. & older coordination of the head and arms. The Ballet II class will
(Dancers are free) enhance your ballet training & work toward technical ballet,
body strengthening and advancement to Pointe.
2 YEARS BABY & ME $64.00
This class is designed to teach basic coordination, motor Registration will begin Tuesday, December 19.
skills and have fun! Mom/Dad will assist the child.
Where:............................Turlock Community Theatre
DAY DATES TIME DANCE Recital:.... Friday, March 30 (Turlock Community Theatre)
Wednesday Jan. 10 – Mar.28 4:15 – 4:45pm Ballet Admission:..................$2.00/person 3 yrs. & older
Thursday Jan. 11 – Mar.29 5:30 – 6:00pm Ballet (Dancers are free)

CLASS DAY DATES TIME FEE


3 YEARS $64.00 Ballet I Wednesday Jan. 10 – Mar. 28 6:15 – 7:15pm $102.00
DAY DATES TIME DANCE 6 – 10 yrs
Wednesday Jan. 10 – Mar.28 2:30 – 3:00pm Ballet Ballet II* Thursday Jan. 11 – Mar. 29 4:30 – 5:30pm $102.00
Wednesday Jan. 10 – Mar.28 3:45 – 4:15pm Ballet 8 – 18 yrs
Thursday Jan. 11 – Mar.29 6:00 – 6:30pm Ballet Ballet III** Thursday Jan. 11 – Mar. 29 6:30 – 7:45pm $122.00
11 – 18 yrs
*Must have 1 year of Ballet I & instructor approval
**Beginning Pointe Class; must have instructor approval; must have
4 YEARS $80.00 1 year of Ballet II & be 11 yrs of age
DAY DATES TIME DANCE
Wednesday Jan. 10 – Mar.28 3:00 – 3:45pm Ballet
Wednesday Jan. 10 – Mar.28 4:45 – 5:30pm Ballet
Thursday Jan. 11 – Mar.29 3:00 – 3:45pm Ballet

5 YEARS $80.00
DAY DATES TIME DANCE
Wednesday Jan. 10 – Mar.28 5:30 – 6:15pm Ballet
Thursday Jan. 11 – Mar.29 3:45 – 4:30pm Ballet
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TINY TOTS FANTASY BASEBALL CAMP............ T-BALL / PEEWEE BASEBALL........................


Boys and girls ages 3 – 4 will learn the basics of baseball Boys and girls ages 4 - 8 can experience their first baseball
while playing alongside their parent. Participants will learn program. This 6 game league introduces youth to the game
fun techniques of throwing, catching, hitting and knowledge of baseball in a non-competitive atmosphere. No score is kept,
of the bases. Parents are required to participate with their all players are winners! All players will receive a t-shirt and
child. Includes matching T-shirt for child and parent. replica major league hat. All coaches are volunteers, so if you
would like to coach a team please call the Recreation Office.
Where:................... Turlock Regional Sports Complex Dates subject to change if coaches are not secured in a timely matter.
Sign ups:............................ February 12 - March 15 Team pictures not included with registration fees.
Day:.......................................................... Saturday
T-Ball (hit off batting tee) must be 4 - 6 yrs. as of May 1, 2018.
Dates:........................................ April 7, 14, 21, 28
PeeWee (coach pitch) must be 6 - 8 yrs. as of May 1, 2018.
Time:...............................................9:00 - 10:15am
Sorry, no exceptions on age can be made.
Fee:........................................................... $56.00
Late Fee:............................. $5.00 (March 16 – 22) Location:................ Turlock Regional Sports Complex
Sign ups:............................. February 1 – March 22
Orientation Day:........................ May 5 (PHS Track)
KIDZ LOVE SOCCER..................................
Picture Day:................May 12 (Pedretti Park field #4)
Learn the world’s most popular sport from professional
Games Begin:.............................. Week of May 14
coaches in the Kidz Love Soccer method. A session
Fee:........................................................... $58.00
experience includes age appropriate activities, skill
Late Fee:................. $5.00 (March 23 – March 29)
demonstrations, fun games and instructional scrimmages.
Days/Times:
New is the Soccer Skillz & Scrimmages which will be more
T-Ball............................... Tuesday 6:00 – 7:00pm
advanced skill development including dribbling, passing,
or .................................. Saturday 9:00 -10:00am
shooting and team play. ALL participants will also receive
Pee-Wee........................... Thursday 6:00 – 7:00pm
a Kidz Love Soccer Jersey. Always conducted in a non-
or.................................... Saturday 10:30 – 11:30am
competitive format. Kidz Love Soccer: “where the score
is always fun to fun”. Shin guards required by the second TRACK AND FIELD CLASS............................
class meeting. Youth ages 7 -14 years can develop their track and field abilities.
High School coaches will work on speed and agility training
Rainout Hotline 1-888-372-5803 techniques, conditioning and endurance. This program will
Location: ................................... Christofferson Park introduce the participants to all areas of track and field.
Day:.......................................................... Saturday
Where:...Turlock High Track or Dutcher Middle School
Session I:..... January 20 – March 17......... $115.00
– Rain or Shine
Session II:..... April 14 – June 16................. $115.00
(No Class May 26) Days:...................................... Tuesdays & Thursdays
Time:...............................................4:30 – 5:30 pm
Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer (2 – 3.5 yrs).. 8:50 – 9:20am Session I:........................... February 27 – March 22
Tot-Soccer (3.5 – 4 yrs)........................9:30 – 10:00am Session II:.................................March 27 – April 26
Pre-Soccer (4 – 5 yrs) .......................10:00 – 10:35am Session III:............................................. May 1 - 24
Soccer 1 (5 – 6 yrs)...........................10:35 – 11:20am Fee:............................................. $44.00 / Session
Soccer Skillz & Scrimmages (7 – 10 yrs).11:20 – 12:05pm (No Class week of April 2)
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GIRLS SOFTBALL LEAGUE........................... BASKETBALL OPEN GYM............................


The league will consist of 12 games played on Mondays, Now is the time to prepare for the upcoming basketball
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and/or Saturdays. Teams will not play more season. This is the perfect opportunity for all 7th – 12th grade
than two games per week. Game days are random each basketball enthusiasts to work with high school coaches. Sign
week. These leagues are non-competitive, and are designed up now at the Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities Office.
to develop and enhance skills. (This league is not associated Note: Times may switch depending on High School Schedules
with Travel Softball). Anyone interested in coaching please let Where:......................... Turlock High School Boys Gym
us know so we can sign you up for a coaches clinic. Sign ups:.............................. February 13 – March 13
Pictures not provided with registration fees. Days:........................................... Tuesday & Thursday
Starts:.........................................March 13 – April 26
Where:.Pedretti Park/Turlock Regional Sports Complex Time:.................................................. 5:00 – 7:00pm
Sign Ups:................................ February 1 - March 1 Fee:.............................................................. $30.00
Dates:............................................. April 23 - July 3
Age:....................................8 – 14 years (8th grade)
Picture Day:.............May 12th (Pedretti Park Field #4)
Fee:........................................................... $99.00
Late Fee:...................................$5.00 (March 2– 8)

TURLOCK YOUTH SELF DEFENSE ...................


Youth ages 5 - 15 years can learn self-discipline, confidence &
the basics of karate. Beginning, intermediate, and advanced
techniques are taught. Register at the Parks, Recreation & Public
Facilities Office prior to each session. Students will be accepted up
to the 2nd week of each session, but will be charged a $5.00
late fee.
Where:.............................................. Senior Center
Session I:........ January 22 – March 19 $ 54.00 (8 weeks)
(No Class on February 19)
Session II:............. March 26 – May 21 $ 54.00 (8 weeks)
(No Class on April 2)
Day:........................................................... Monday
Time: New Students............................6:15 - 6:55pm
Yellow & Orange Belts............................... 7:00 - 7:40pm
Purple Belts & above............................7:45 - 8:25pm
A $5.00 materials fee must be paid to the instructor at the
first class.
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AFTERSCHOOL ACTIVITIES & WINTER BREAK CAMP


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What do we do with the kids after school? In the PLAY (Positive Leisure Activities for Youth) program, children will have time
to complete homework daily, participate in a variety of fun activities and most importantly have a safe place to go after
school. For program policies please review the PLAY Registration Form.
Annual Enrollment:.......................................$55.00

SCHOOL BEFORE SCHOOL AM KINDER PM KINDER AFTER SCHOOL


$45/month $38/week $38/week $38/week
$20 5-day punch card $110 10-day punch card $110 10-day punch card $110 10-day punch card
Denair Elementary
x x x M/T/W/Th: 2:20 pm - 6:00 pm
F: 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Dennis Earl Elementary x x M/T/Th/F: 11:45 am - 3:30 pm M/T/Th/F: 3:10 pm - 6:00 pm
W: 11:45 am - 6:00 pm W: 12:15 - 6:00 pm
Dutcher Middle School x x x M/T/Th/F: 2:50 pm - 6:00 pm
W(6th): 12:30 - 6:00 W(7/8th): 2:00 - 6:00
Julien Elementary x x x M/T/Th/F: 3:10 pm - 6:00 pm
W: 12:15 - 6:00 pm
Osborn Two-Way Im. Academy
M-F: 7:00 am - 8:00 am M/T/Th/F: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm M/T/Th/F: 11:45 am - 3:30 pm M/T/Th/F: 3:10 pm - 6:00 pm
W: No Program W: 2:20 pm - 6:00 pm W: 12:20 - 6:00 pm
Sandra Medeiros Elementary
M-F: 7:00 am - 8:00 am M/T/Th/F: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm M/T/Th/F: 11:45 am - 3:30 pm M/T/Th/F: 3:10 pm - 6:00 pm
W: No Program W: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm W: 12:20 - 6:00 pm
Walnut Ele. Ed. Center
M-F: 7:00 am - 8:00 am M/T/Th/F: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm M/T/Th/F: 11:45 am - 3:30 pm M/T/Th/F: 2:50 pm - 6:00 pm
W: No Program W: 11:45 am - 6:00 pm W: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

A.S.E.S. AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM WINTER BREAK CAMP................................


This program is designed to help students with homework, What do we do with our children when they are off during
teach life-skills and promote healthy lifestyles through
winter break? Join the fun with the City of Turlock’s Winter
structured recreational activities. A.S.E.S. is for 1st - 8th
grade students who attend Brown, Crowell, Cunningham, Camp Program! This program will offer a variety of fun
Osborn, Turlock Jr. High and Wakefield Schools. The activities for boys and girls TK – 6th grade in a day-camp
program meets Monday - Friday from the time school lets atmosphere. Enrichment activities, crafts and indoor/
out until 6:00pm. Please contact the Recreation Office to outdoor activities geared to stimulate group and individual
see if your desired school still has openings. play will all be a part of this program.
Please note there are attendance requirements for this program. Please note, the program will close by 10am if no children have arrived.
Beginning March 1st, check with the Recreation Office or
the school office regarding the registration procedures for
the 2018/19 school year. TO SECURE YOUR SPOT IN WINTER BREAK CAMP, you must contact the
Recreation Office by Wednesday December 20.
MARTY YERBY CENTER Where:...................................... Marty Yerby Center
Sponsored by Turlock PAL, this program helps foster human de-
Days:.............. Tuesday, January 2 - Friday, January 5
velopment by providing life-long learning for youth ages 5 - 18
Times/Fees:.........
years. The program provides homework assistance, recreation,
DAILY.................... 7:00am – 6:00pm.... $30.00/day
arts & crafts and much more!!
PUNCH CARD........ 7:00am – 6:00pm... $100/4 days
Days & Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 3:00 - 6:00pm
Annual Enrollment:................................... $15.00
Wednesday: 1:00 - 4:00pm
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TEEN ACTIVITIES
THE CITY OF TURLOCK
BABYSITTING CLASS ................................
Get ready for your first job! In this course, boys and girls WOULD LIKE TO “THANK”
11 - 15 years, will become knowledgeable of the duties THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS AND DONORS
and responsibilities of babysitting. Students will learn
about characteristics of children at different ages, safety FOR THE 43RD ANNUAL TURKEY TROT
precautions, accident prevention and child care skills.
Tower Therapy
Where:......................................Rube Boesch Center
Date:........................................................March 17 Sunnyside Farms
Time:.......................................... 9:00am - 12:00pm Active Orthopedic
Fee:........................................................... $32.00

Gemperle Enterprises
ACTIVE MILITARY BANNER PROGRAM Lulu’s Ice Cream
In September 2017, the City Council adopted Main Street Footers
the Active Military Banner Program, Raley’s
Safeway
dedicating Countryside Drive in Turlock as
Dick’s Sporting Goods
the inaugural banner corridor.
In November 2017, twenty banners were
proudly hung and will be on display until
November 2018.
1,000 FLAGS
Turlock is honoring these service men and The American Flag is a symbol of pride
and freedom for all Americans.
women by displaying their picture, name
In May 2017, the City of Turlock launched
and branch of service. a city-wide initiative, encouraging
all residents, businesses, and civic
A special thank you to the Central Park Farmer’s organizations to display and register the
Market & American Legion Rex Ish Post 88, Turlock American Flag and achieve the 1,000 Flag
goal by Veterans Day 2017.
for their generous sponsorships of the program.
The City of Turlock is proud to
announce that we are officially a
City of 1,000 Flags!
For more information on how to apply
or become a sponsor of the
Active Military Banner Program,
please contact the
Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities
Department.
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ADULT ACTIVITIES SPRING SOFTBALL


Come out and enjoy the game of softball at one of the
LINE DANCING Central Valley’s finest softball facilities, Pedretti Park. There
Join Nancy Franklin as she teaches steps that will impress! are competitive & recreational leagues for men, women and
Dance for pleasure, exercise or just plain fun! Wear co-ed; all leagues are “D” level and below.
comfortable shoes or boots with leather or suede bottoms Mandatory Managers Meeting on February 5, 5:30pm at
(bowling shoes are excellent substitutes). Partner not the Rube Boesch Center (275 N. Orange).
required. All participants MUST PRE-REGISTER.
Payment Policy: Only 1 form of payment will be accepted (i.e. 1
Where:...................................Turlock Senior Center
check, 1 credit card or all cash)
Day:......................................Tuesdays ~ On Going
Fee:..............................$37.00/8-Day Punch Card
Sign-ups:......................December 18 – January 25
League Starts:................................... February 21
Introduction Class.............................. 5:30 – 6:30pm
Beginning Class................................ 6:30 – 7:15 pm Team Fee:............................................. $300.00
Intermediate Class............................ 7:15 – 8:00 pm Player fee:.................................................$6.00
Late Fee:.................. $30.00 (January 26 - February 1)

FRIDAY NIGHT OUT


This program is for youth and adults, 12 years and older
SUMMER LEAGUE
with developmental disabilities. Programs are designed Where:............................................... Pedretti Park
to promote socialization, independent functioning and Sign-ups:........................................... March 1 - 29
recreational skills. Activities will include crafts, games, League Starts:........................April 18 (Tentatively)
social time, refreshments and fun. SIGN UP AT CLASS Team Fee:............................................. $550.00
Player Fee: .............................. $14.00 per player
Where:..................... Rube Boesch (275 N. Orange) Late Fee:..............................$30.00 (March 30 - 5))
Dates:...................................................January 19 Managers Meeting:...... April 9, 5:30 Rube Boesch
February 16
March 16 SPRING VOLLEYBALL
April 20 City league volleyball is a great way to get some exercise,
Time:............................................. 7:00 – 8:30pm
meet new people and see your friends. This is eight weeks
Fee:.............................................................. Free
of volleyball, plus playoffs. League play is Monday or
Thursday nights with Recreational and Competitive 6.

Where:............................... Turlock High Boy’s Gym


Sign-ups:......................................February 1 – 22
League Starts:.......................................March 19
Team Fee:............................................. $105.00
Player Fee:................................................$8.00
Late Fee:.....................$30.00 (Feb 23 – March 1)
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6 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER! WAIT LIST POLICY


Anyone can be put on the waiting list for a class. If a customer
1) ONLINE.......................... www.cityofturlock.org
withdraws from a class thus creating an open spot, the first
2) FAX............... (209) 668-5619 — 24 hours a day person on the waiting list is called to accept or decline. Class
Include your Visa/MC/ Discover number spots are not held or reserved and are not finalized until
3) PHONE.................................. (209) 668-5594 payment is made. Waiting lists do not roll over.
Monday - Friday • 8:00am - 5:00pm
PHOTO RELEASE POLICY
4) WALK-IN.................... 144 S. Broadway, Turlock
Monday - Friday • 8:00am - 5:00pm Please be advised that all participants involved in any program
or special event are subject to being photographed. Such
5) MAIL............... Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities photographs may be used by the City of Turlock without an
144 S. Broadway, Turlock, CA 95380
obligation to provide compensation to those photographed.
6) DROP BOX......... Located at Parks & Recreation Office
144 S. Broadway, Turlock, CA 95380 (Mail slot) INTERNET REGISTRATION
Classes listed with the computer icon are available for online
GENERAL INFORMATION registration. You must sign in and get a registration account
Classes may be canceled due to lack of enrollment. Please before you can begin registering for activities.
make every effort to pre-register so a class will not be
canceled unnecessarily. 4 EASY STEPS!
1. www.cityofturlock.org
REFUND POLICY 2. Locate City Department
Refunds will be given on cancellations prior to the first class, 3. Click on Recreation
less a $10 cancellation fee. Failure to attend a program will 4. Choose an activity category & activity and register!
not be granted a refund. If you are not satisfied with any
of our programs, please contact the program supervisor, WHAT IS P.A.L.?
668-5594.
Turlock Police Activities League (P.A.L.) is a non-profit (501c3)
organization that relies on education, athletics and recreational
CLASS TRANSFERS AND/OR LATE FEES activities that are designed to cultivate youth into responsible and
Any class changes will be charged an $8 transfer fee. After the mature citizens. Turlock P.A.L. is designed to develop, organize
and promote activities, which are designed as deterrents from
class start date, all transfers will require instructor’s approval. delinquent behavior among children and adolescents. Turlock
If enrollment is being accepted after the class start date or P.A.L. finances all of its programs through personal and
corporate donations. If you are interested in making a tax
registration date, a $5 late fee will be added to the class fee. deductible donation to Turlock P.A.L. please fill out the, Help
Sponsor a P.A.L. Activity and mail it to the address listed below.

HELP SPONSOR A PAL ACTIVITY


❏ $25.00 donation ❏ $50.00 donation
❏ Other Amount $ ___________________
NAME:_________________________________________
ADDRESS:_______________________________________
PHONE:________________________________________
EMAIL:__________________________________________
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: City of Turlock – Turlock PAL
AND MAILED TO: City of Turlock, 144 S. Broadway, Turlock CA 95380
The following sponsors and partners helped make the
39th Annual Turlock Downtown Christmas Parade a success!

Sponsor:

Partners:
Kiwanis Club of Greater Turlock Crust & Crumb
Turlock Radio Club Turlock Scavenger
Turlock Sunrise Rotary Turlock Transit
A & A Portables, Inc.
E-Towing
Stanislaus County Fairgrounds
10 East American Medical Response
Associated Feed & Supply Pizza Guys
Food Maxx The Party Conncection