LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!
Many changes for Vaulter Club!
Lights and venue are the topics of the day for Vaulter Magazine and their pole vault club Vaulter Club. Vaulter Club now has the access needed and lights to keep the doors open longer and kids on the pits. The school district has approved the team to have full access for the pole vault club throughout the year. Before we had the bureaucracy of asking and begging for times and use, now we have penned a deal with the school district to get more poles in the hands of athlete’s. This will help the cause immensely in the Temecula Valley and surrounding areas.
Lighting was delivered today so the club will now have the option to fully light up the entire area with four metal halide lights that are sure to leave a huge area of coverage in the dark. Our hours of operation are from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout 2016. There will be advanced jumping and beginner jumping from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm on these days. Please contact us prior to setting up jump schedules.
So, if you ever wanted to sign up for pole vaulting and give it a shot, now is the time. Go to www.vaulter.club and use the contact form to contact us. We have the venue, poles and gear needed to take you to the next level.
KNOTTS Scary Farm was a huge success again this year and the kids had the time of their life. We left at 5:45 pm and stayed until 2 am with parent chaperons and coaches with the kids throughout the trip. The kids were able to ride the rides and go through the mazes throughout the night with a fun filled team experience. The kids were top notch and the event went off without a hitch. Thanks to some awesome parents and coaches that care about the kids and having fun on and off the track.
Thank you for taking the time to read this letter and keeping us in your mind. Check us out on social media (Vaultermagazine)
Executive Director – Vaulter Magazine – Vaulter Club Inc.