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The Corporate Challenge Tennis Singles Event has been rescheduled for November 7 – 8.

Please confirm your original entries or submit any new entries by 5pm on Monday November 2.
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Tis the season for giving!! Start a new yearly tradition volunteering some time at one of Temple Parks many amazing activities!!

Thursday, December 3rd @ HEB Feast of Sharing @ Mayborn Convention Center- helping out in the kids area doing arts and crafts from either 4-6p or 6-8p or both shifts
Friday, December 4th from 10-11:30am@ Dinosaurs in December @ Gober Party House- help kids with activities that teach them about Dinosaurs
Friday, December 11th from 6-8pm @ Wilson Rec Center for Polar Express- help kids with winter activities to include cookie decorating, arts and crafts, santa letters, etc.
Saturday, December 12th from 10a-12p for Family Gingerbread House Building @ Blackmon Community Center- help families gather supplies and build/create their Gingerbread houses
Thursday, December 17th from 10-11:30am for Christmas Kids Craft @ Gober- help kids and parents with Christmas Crafts
Friday, December 18th from 6-7:30pm for Family Ornament Making @ Blackmon- help families make their own ornaments
Saturday, December 19th from 10a-12p for Family Candy Cane Hunt @ Pepper Creek Trail- help manage the Christmas/Candy Cane theme scavenger hunt
Monday, December 21st from 6-7:30pm for Cake Wars @ Blackmon- help teams get supplies for the cake decorating competition
Tuesday, December 22nd from 8:30a-12:30p for Volunteen- volunteer at the local Meals on Wheels

If you are interested in volunteering for any of the activities above, please contact the program coordinator at the below information.

Belinda Garcia
Program Coordinator
Temple Parks and Recreation Department

Temple Mayor’s Council on Physical Fitness

The Temple Mayor’s Council on Physical Fitness was created by Mayor William A. Jones III to develop a forum of community leaders and wellness enthusiasts whose goal is to create a healthier community. The Mayor’s Fitness Council is a community campaign that encourages citizens of all ages to maintain healthy lifestyles through regular exercise and proper nutrition. The Council works to increase community awareness of the health benefits of an active lifestyle, engage Temple residents in fitness opportunities and events, collaborate with local businesses and employers, and encourage community members to participate in statewide fitness campaigns. Meetings are held monthly on the fourth Wednesday at 12:00 p.m.

If you have a vested interest in helping the Temple Community commit to GetFit, please contact to learn about attending a meeting and becoming part of the team!