B.V. Recreation: Rec agreement kicks in

The City of Trail and the Beaver Valley Recreation Committee announced a one year recreation agreement earlier this month.

The City of Trail and the Beaver Valley Recreation Committee announced a one year recreation agreement earlier this month.

The deal, which takes effect today (Sept. 1), will see Beaver Valley contribute $125,000 for the term which will allow B.V. residents to use Trail Parks and Recreation facilities and participate in its services and programs at the Trail resident fee.

The BV Recreation Department will still accept receipts until Sept. 30. All residents of Fruitvale, Montrose and Area A are asked to bring their swimming, program and fitness centre receipts to the BV Arena (if closed, there is a locked drop box outside the BV Recreation Department office door) or the Village of Montrose Office between the hours of 8:30 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Chito-Ryu Karate for ages 6+ is on Mondays and Wednesdays, starting Sept. 14 at the Fruitvale Elementary School Gym.  Cost for ages 6-8 is $70 a month or $190 for 26 class semester.  Cost for ages 9+ is $84 a month or $234 for a semester.  Saturdays, starting Sept. 19 are at the Fruitvale Hall.  Cost for a 13-class semester is $91 for youth and $130 for adult.

Zumba is on Mondays at the Fruitvale Hall and Thursdays at the Montrose Hall from 6:45-7:45 p.m.  Cost is $11 drop in, $50 for 5x pass, $92 for 10x pass and $172 for 20x pass.  Classes start Sept. 10.

Zumba Kids Jr. (4-6) and Zumba Kids (7-11) is on Mondays at the Fruitvale Hall from 3-3:30 and 3:45-4:30pm starting Sept. 14.  Cost is $30 for Jr. and $36.

Call 367-9319 for more info.

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