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MILWAUKEE RECREATION SPRINGS INTO ACTION

Spring 2004 Activity Guide now available Milwaukee Recreation’s Spring 2004 Activity Guide is now available and being mailed to every city of Milwaukee household. The 48-page booklet contains hundreds of fun and affordable activities for youth, teens, adults, and seniors. Subscribers to Milwaukee Recreation’s free electronic newsletter, Recreational Reader, will have the opportunity to register for classes on-line. To sign up for Recreational Reader and receive on-line registration information, visit www.MilwaukeeRecreation.net. “Our mission is to enrich the lives of Milwaukee’s youth, teens, adults, and seniors through recreational and educational opportunities,” says Mary Gissal, Milwaukee Recreation’s director. “The Spring Activity Guide contains hundreds of great ways for everyone in Milwaukee to get into shape, learn new skills, and escape the daily stresses of life.” The Spring Activity Guide contains a variety of innovative classes, covering everything from computers and driver’s education to sports and financial advice. New classes include Planning for College, Step 2 to Windows XP, and Disaster Education. Spring sign-up ends on April 15, but classes often fill much sooner. Those who do not receive the Activity Guide by Monday, March 15 should call (414) 475-8180 or visit any Milwaukee Public Library to obtain a copy. A “searchable” copy is also available at www.MilwaukeeRecreation.net. Milwaukee Recreation is a non-profit department of Milwaukee Public Schools, established in 1911 to provide the entire community with affordable and enriching recreational activities. For more information, visit www.MilwaukeeRecreation.net or contact Brian Hoffer at (414) 475-8938.