By Caroleine James
Wrangell Sentinel 

Parks department to help kids, adults stay active this summer


Whether you prefer working up a sweat on the court, concocting delicious dishes in the kitchen or taking a relaxing stroll through the woods, the Parks and Recreation department will be offering community members of all ages ways to stay active, connected and engaged this summer.

In past years, Parks and Recreation offered near daily activities for kids, but this year, due to staffing issues, the programming will be more spread out.

“What we’re going to do, rather, is sprinkle in activities,” explained Devyn Johnson, recreation and aquatic coordinator. There will be a cheer camp, wres...

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