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Wellington’s Winter Holiday Camp registration going on now

Looking for something the kids can do that's fun, healthy and convenient this winter break? How about Wellington’s Winter Holiday Camp. Register is going on now for the camp.

Children ages 6 to 13 will play sports, including basketball, flag football, soccer and kickball with fun games and prizes, including daily sportsmanship prizes and an awards ceremony. In addition, every camper will receive a free Building Up Sports Academy T-shirt and a sports medal. This camp is educational, structured and entertaining whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned athlete.

The Winter Holiday Camp will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Village Park, 11700 Pierson Road. The first session is Dec. 27 to 30 and the second session is Jan. 3 to 6. The cost is $175 per session for Wellington residents and $218.75 per session for non-residents.

Registration for Wellington’s Winter Holiday Camp can be completed at Village Park, the Wellington Community Center or by visiting the Parks and Recreation page at

For more information or questions, call 561-601-5248 or visit


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Although not a native Floridian, Wellington/Royal Palm Beach Forum reporter Nadia Sorocka has called Florida her home for most of her life. She went to school in Palm Beach County graduating from John I. Leonard High School and Palm Beach State College. After receiving her Associate of Art degree she attended the University of North Florida in Jacksonville and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Communications in 2004.

Nadia was able to combine her two passions - education and journalism - when she became a staff writer for Forum Publishing Group. Her column, Class Notes, allowed her to voice concerns with the education system as well as highlight positive aspects.

In February 2011 she became the reporter for the Wellington and Royal Palm Forums. She enjoys getting to know the people who call the western communities their home.

She may reached at or 561-351-6112.


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