Summit Sunday is Great Success
Posted by klhouse on May 19, 2009
Everyone agreed that Summit Sunday was the perfect way to spend a rainy afternoon. Fifteen families gathered in the Athletic Center on May 18 where P.E. staff offered two hours of activities and fun. Children and parents warmed up with hula-hoops, basketball, and jump ropes.
Colorful Nerf balls flew in an energetic game of polo hockey in the Eagles Nest Gym. Children jumped and flipped in the gymnastics studio and ran on the track with their parents.
Summit was the second stop in the Stopyra family’s active afternoon. They came after hiking with friends. “What a wonderful way to keep all of my children entertained at once,” said Caroline Stopyra, who watched her husband Tom and sons Sam, Max and Joel play hockey. Vance and Shaida Horner supervised as daughters Yasmin and Sarina covered every inch of the gymnastics studio. “I hadn’t seen all of the facilities and am very impressed,” said Vance. Rising Senior Kindergartner Sarina declared that “jumping off the big thingie” was her favorite part.
Athletic Director Ryan Mihalko enjoyed watching the students share their love for playing in Summit’s beautiful, new facility. “It was truly a great experience for everyone involved and I look forward to sharing it with more families in the future.”
Julie Williams thought it was a “great use of the fabulous facilities” and encouraged other families to take advantage of the opportunity. Her daughter Abby had the most exuberant testimonial- “It ought to be against the law not to come.”
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