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Poetry Meetings    
Everyone is invited to come to read recite, listen, and discuss poetry with other poets in the area. 
Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of each month 
6 PM
Washington Coleman Community Center. 

Next meeting will be July 11th

For more information call 434-570-4232.

Beginners Drum Camp

 Beginners' Drum Camp scheduled for June 3rd-7th  will be rescheduled to a later date this summer . 

Archery Camp
Archery Camp 2018 (2)

Monday, July 8th - Friday, July 12th
9am-12 Noon
Front lawn of the Recreation Center

Conducted by Mary Douglas, Francis Mitchell and Karen Taylor
Learn the fundamentals of bow shooting.

All equipment will be provided and every age group is invited to attend.
Prizes will be awarded to the best performances team and individuals.


Art Camp  
'Summer 2019’


Changing With The Seasons’
Ages 5 – 12
Monday, July 15 – Friday, July 19, 2019
9:30 am – 10:30 am

Washington Coleman Community Center

Painting, Drawing, Craft, Recycling projects, Science and More

 Where a kid can be a kid!
Summer fun


 Open Gym

 Starts Monday, June 3rd and run according to schedule until Thursday August 8th.
Mondays   -   7:00 pm -9:00 pm- 40 & Over

Wednesdays  -  3:30 pm -5:00 pm- 11-13 yr. olds
                                       5:00 pm   -  7:00 pm- 14-16 yr. olds
Thursdays    -   10 am- 12 noon- Girls Open Gym
                          7 pm- 9 pm- Adults 17 & Over

(All organized games)


 Starts Thursday, June 6th, 2019 at 7:00 pm  

Washington Coleman Community Center. 
Free popcorn and drinks will be served. 
Showing G and PG rated movies. (ages 5 -12)
(Parents are encouraged to attend with your children.)

2019 Movie Schedule 7:00 PM
Thursday, June 6
Thursday, June 20
Thursday, July 11
Thursday, July 25


Understanding Cancer Workshop
Tuesday, June 25, 2019

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Washington Coleman Community Center

Presented by:
Brian E. Price / UVA Cancer Center

What is Understanding Cancer?
Understanding Cancer is an educational curriculum focused on informing community members about the cancer disease. Understanding Cancer provides an introduction to cancer by addressing the topics on the disease. These topics include:

Explaining how cancer develops in a person’s body

  • Identifying cancer risk factors and prevention
  • Cancer screening recommendations
  • Cancer diagnosis and treatment options
  • Supporting patient, cancer survivors, and caregivers
  • Interpreting articles about cancer in the media

Goal of Curriculum
This curriculum’s goal is to inform, empower, and engage patients, cancer survivors, caregivers, and friends or family members on topics relating to cancer. After completing this cancer educational training, participants will be able to discuss ways to reduce cancer risk, know recommended cancer screening guidelines, and can identify where to access both local and national resources to learn more.UVA-CancerCenter-2C-C

Lunch will be provided. Participants must pre-register by calling the
Washington Coleman Community Center at 434-570-4232.