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Carbon County Recreation to offer kayak workshop. Beginning Oct. 10, Carbon County Recreation will offer a kayak workshop. The workshop will consist of one classroom session and four pool sessions.

The classroom session will be conducted Oct. 10 at 5 p.m. at the Price Community Center while the pool sessions will take place on Fridays beginning Oct. 11. The Friday sessions will be in the late afternoon and early evening hours.

During the classroom session, students will learn about equipment and a brief history of kayaking. The pool sessions are intended to teach students the art of rolling a kayak, as well as basic paddle strokes.

The class size is limited, so early registration is recommended. Private lessons are also available for those who cannot make it to the workshop.

For more information, contact the Carbon County Recreation office at 637-5092.

Baseball camp to feature major league stars.

A baseball camp is scheduled to take place at the College of Southern Idaho campus in Twin Falls Dec. 27-29.

The camp will feature major league pitcher Brandon Duckworth, catcher Jim Horner and infielder Kody Kirkland. Other professional scouts and college coaches will round out the instructors at the indoor camp.

For an application or more information regarding the event, athletes may contact Boomer Walker at 208-733-2834 or visit the website at

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