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Jr. Lancer Wrestling Program

Livingston Senior, Youth and Leisure Services is still taking registrations for  it winter youth wrestling program.  Registration forms are available at the SYLS Office, 204 Hillside Ave or individuals may register online at  - click on SYLS and go into Community Pass to use your existing account or establish an account.

Wrestling program will begin on Tuesday, October 26, at the new Livingston High School Wrestling Room for children 2nd - 8th grades. 

The program is a structured, instructional and recreational program to teach young children the basics - giving them an introduction to wrestling where they may progress and be able to compete with local area recreation department teams in the Suburban Wrestling League.  Practices are held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings unless schools are closed, from 6 to 7 PM for children in grades 2 through 5 and from 7:30 to 8:45 for children in grades 6 through 8 - attendance is not required at all sessions.  An additional late registration fee will be charged after October 15.

No registration will be accepted at the gym and no one will be allowed to participate until he or she has registered.  Individuals interested in participating in any program may register at the SYLS Office during regular office hours, Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM or online at - click on SYLS and go to Community Pass.  For further information call the Office at 973-535-7925. 

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Sat, February 24, 4:00 PM

Lobby - Office Building, Livingston

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