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Vice Mayor Ashby kicks off a “Summer of Fun” in Natomas

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SACRAMENTO – The Office of Vice Mayor Ashby invites all Natomas families to participate in our “Summer of Fun” during the months of June through August.

First, if you haven’t already signed your kids up, make sure to check out the Summer Oasis program. This summer day camp for kids, once offered every summer throughout the City, has been saved for a second year by the Vice Mayor, with help from active families in Natomas who voiced their support for the program and community sponsors. This year’s program has a major sponsor coming in to cover seventy percent of the program’s cost, allowing us to offer the 8 week camp for just $75 per participant. A HUGE thank you to our partner Walmart for providing Natomas kids with a healthy and fun summer activity!

This 8 week camp will run from June 4th to July 27th from 8 to 1pm Monday through Friday, at Regency Park with fun activities such as arts, crafts, games, sports, field trips and more. Register NOW as space is filling up quickly! In just a few short weeks, the program is already two thirds full. To learn more or register, visit: http://www.angeliqueashby.com/2012-summer-oasis-camp

Next, be on the lookout for an announcement from the Office of Vice Mayor Ashby about a summer passport program. This program will feature a free kick-off event at Fairytale Town to get things started and will focus on getting Natomas kids and families out and moving during summer break. Check out the following page often as we will be making more announcements soon! http://www.angeliqueashby.com/summer-of-fun-in-natomas

Angelique Ashby is a mother, business owner, neighborhood leader, first-term Councilmember and currently serves as the Vice Mayor for the City of Sacramento.

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