Clinton City Schools will host a family fun night to promote physical fitness in the community.
The event will be held on Thursday, Jan. 23 from 5-7 p.m. at Clinton High School’s Hollingsworth Sportsplex.
CCS athletics director E.T. Stamey said that the event is designed to promote family and physical fitness.
“We would like to thank Clinton High School for letting us use their complex,” Stamey said. “We want to promote physical fitness and we want to get as many families and teachers involved as we can.
Grades K-2 can participate between 5-6 p.m. and students in grades 3-6 will be able to play between 6-7 p.m.
The event will include numerous games and activities including yoga, basketball, hockey, Frisbee, ball toss and putt-putt.
Parents are required to stay with their children and participate in the various activities.
Pre-registration is required and parents must sign a liability form and return it to the child’s teacher by Friday, Jan. 17.
Blaze Faculty Basketball Game: The Clinton City Schools faculty basketball game is slated for Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. at Arowood Arena and Stamey said he is seeking CCS teachers and faculty members to sign up to play.
Bowling and track: Track and bowling will begin on Feb.1.
Blaze and the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce: The Clinton Blaze athletic program has taken the community by storm and now, the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce is chronicling the program and other day-to-day happenings in Clinton City Schools.
Clinton Blaze fans can keep up with the program and other happenings in the Clinton City Schools on the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce’s website.
The chamber shot video clips recently and will be posted at andersoncountychamber.org
CCS Teachers to Compete in Blaze Teachers Bowling League: Area elementary school teachers will compete in a bowling league at Clinton Community Center. League play begins after the Christmas Break.
Blaze Bowling: The Blaze will begin a second bowling season on March 4. 2020.