Parks and Rec Briefs – August 7, 2014

Wake Forest Team registration takes place through Aug. 29 for several adult sports leagues in Wake Forest. •Co-rec kickball is scheduled to begin weeknights in mid-September through late October. The entry fee is $150 per team and participants must be 18 or older.  •Flag football...

Parks program registration made easier

WAKE FOREST — A new onsite registration process is underway for the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources (PRCR) department’s fall programming. For years, participants were required to register at the PRCR facility offering the particular class or program. The new onsite...

Duck e-stamp now available

RALEIGH — Waterfowl hunters in North Carolina now have the option of purchasing a federal duck stamp electronically. The new duck e-stamp allows the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission to sell stamps electronically through its wildlife service agents, online and by phone, for $16...

Heroux attends Boys State

WAKE FOREST — Franklin Academy senior Alec Heroux, 17, was selected to attend the American Legion-sponsored Boys State at Catawba College in Salisbury. Boys State participants learn the rights, privileges and responsibilities of franchised citizens. The objective training centers...

Strings in the Summer

WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Youth Orchestra held its first summer camp at Flaherty Park Community Center. The camps teach both beginner and intermediate strings with ages ranging from 8 to 16 years old. Register for upcoming events at wfcyo.org, or call LaSaundra Booth at...