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241 S.

Bever St Wooster, OH 44691 (330)263-5207

www.woosteroh.com/parksandrec.php

Online Registration at:


www.woosteroh.com/parksandrec.php To register online:
1. Go to www.woosteroh.com/parksandrec.php and select the Register Online button. 2. Click My Account to create or access your account. 3. Click Activities at the top of the page to shop for classes and activities. 4. Click Add to My Cart to register for your session. The system will walk you through the steps to select participants and check out.

Registration Deadline
Registration deadline varies for each class. Please note the registration deadline in this Brochure and on the registration forms. Classes not meeting minimum enrollment by the registration deadline may be cancelled.

ADA/Special Populations
Wooster Recreation encourages participation by persons with disabilities. If you will need special accommodations in order to participate in our programs, please contact us at (330)263-5207 so we can arrange assistance for you.

Registration Options A. Online.


Visit www.woosteroh.com/parksandrec.php and click the Register Online button.

Cancellations and Refunds


Wooster Recreation reserves the right to cancel/combine classes with insufficient registration. If a class is cancelled, you will be notified prior to the class and will receive a full refund, credit or transfer to another class. To cancel a registration, call (330)263-5207 at least 5 business days before the program begins. Refunds, transfers or credits will only be issued if the participant cancels a minimum of 5 days in advance. Refunds, less a $7 processing fee, are processed within three weeks. NO REFUNDS are given after a class has begun.

B. Mail-In.
Send to: Wooster Recreation, 241 S Bever St., Wooster, OH 44691.

C. Drop Off.
Forms may be dropped off at the Community Center during operating hours. An after hours/weekend drop box is available at the front door as well.

Payment
Wooster Recreation Department accepts cash, checks (payable to the City of Wooster), Visa, Mastercard or Discover as payment for program and facility use fees. There will be a $25 fee assessed to all returned checks. Please, no cash by mail.

Full Classes & Wait Lists


The online system will automatically show customers when a class reaches maximum enrollment. In select instances, a wait list option will allow patrons to sign up in case of cancellations or an added session. You will only be contacted if there is an opening! PLEASE NOTE that your credit card WILL be charged when you add your name the waitlist online. This is non-refundable if we are not able to register you for the class. Please call (330)263-5207 to be placed on a waitlist without charge.

Residency
Residents are considered those who live or work within the Wooster City limits. Non-Wooster residents will pay the non-resident rate shown for each program. Unless otherwise specified, registration for classes and activities is first-come, first-serve.

Proof of Age
Children must meet the age requirement by the start date of the class. Wooster Recreation reserves the right to request Proof of Age if needed.

Scholarships
Youth Scholarships Youth who LIVE within the City of Wooster limits who qualify for free or reduced lunches are able to participate in recreation activities at a reduced rate. In order for us to continue to provide this service, the fund must be replenished with donations from the Wooster Community. Keep your donation in your backyard and assist a child with the cost of registration. Senior Adult Scholarships Senior Adults (55+) who qualify may participate in activities at a reduced rate.

Photo Release
By registering for, participating in, or attending any Wooster Recreation Department program, you agree to allow publication of any photos taken at any program, event or facility of the City of Wooster Recreation Department.

Bad Weather
For weather related cancellations call the Weather Line at (330)263-5203.

Wooster Recreation Department


241 S Bever St., Wooster, OH 44691 (330)263-5207
~Office Hours~ 8:30am 4:30pm Monday Friday

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Recreation/Community Center Staff


Jeff Battig Recreation Manager Ashley Brillhart Recreation Supervisor Sue Skeens Recreation Coordinator Pam Corbett Recreation Specialist Megan Cunningham Customer Service Rep Mary Bricker Mike Chirdon Thomas Hilt Donna Holmes Richard Martinez Jerry Packard Sydney Sleek Jeff Battig Daryl Decker Ward 3 Ward 3 Ward 4 Ward 1 Ward 2 Ward 2 HS Rep ex-officio ex-officio (330)345-6048 (330)345-3527 (330)262-0303 (330)264-0759 (330)262-3067 (330)263-5207 (330)263-5275 jbattig@woosteroh.com abrillhart@woosteroh.com sskeens@woosteroh.com pcorbett@woosteroh.com mcunningham@woosteroh.com

Wooster Parks and Recreation Commission


footerm@sssnet.com thomas.hilt@wfadvisors.com
rmartinez@wooster.edu jpackard@LHSLaw.com jbattig@woosteroh.com ddecker@woosteroh.com

*Meets the fourth Monday of alternating months, beginning in January and excluding July. Meetings begin at 7pm and are held at the Wooster Community Center. Open to Public*

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Christmas Run Park 700 N Grant St. Cohan Park 431 Miller Blvd. Diller Point Park 120 E Wayne Ave Freedlander Park 400 Hillside Dr Gerstenslager Park 1404 Akron Rd. Grosjean Park 799 Freedlander Rd Jaycee Park 926 Gasche St Knights Field Park 701 Rebecca St OakHill Park Schellin Park 427 Maple St Walnut St. Park 215 S Grant St Walton Woods Park 1298 Mechanicsburg Rd Wooster Memorial Park 5197 Silver Rd

The following park pavilions can be rented from Memorial Day Weekend Labor Day: Christmas Run 1E Christmas Run 1W Christmas Run 1 Serving Area Finn Dave Houser Oak Hill
***Otherwise, park pavilions are available on a first come, first serve basis. Restroom and electric availability are not guaranteed before Memorial Day weekend or after Labor Day***

Rentals for the 2014 season will begin on January 2nd @8:30am on a walk in/first come first serve
basis. No phone in reservations are accepted on January 2nd.
To Rent or to get pricing on a park pavilion, please call the Recreation Department @ (330)263-5207

Wooster City Pools are outdoors and are only open during the Summer months.

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Location: Wooster Soccer Complex Ages: 3-5 yr olds Fee: $26/Resident $36/Non-Resident Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays Dates: April 22 May 1 Time: A: 5:45pm (3&4 yr olds) B: 6:30pm (4&5 yr olds) Session: A (6310.201) B (6310.202) Instructor: Lydia Lytle An instructional clinic designed for 3 5 year olds. All equipment will be provided. The basics will be taught in a fun learning environment. Some parental involvement is expected.

Location: Ida Sue Softball Field Ages: 3-5 yr olds Fee: $26/Resident $36/Non-Resident Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays Dates: May 13 May 22 Time: A: 5:45pm (3&4 yr olds) B: 6:30pm (4&5 yr olds) Session: A (6810.201) B (6810.202) Instructor: Lydia Lytle An instructional clinic designed for 3 5 year olds. All equipment will be provided. The basics will be taught in a fun learning environment. Some parental involvement is expected.

Location: Ages: Dates:

Wooster Soccer Complex U5 U6 Clinics April 8 17 Games April 12 May 17 Clinic Times:5pm (3310.101) 6pm (3310.102) 7pm (3310.103)

Fee: Days:

$44/Resident $54/Non-Resident Clinics Tuesday & Thursday Games - Saturdays Deadline: March 26

Instructor: Clinics Lydia Lytle Games Wooster High School Girls Varsity Team This soccer league is designed for boys and girls in Preschool & Kindergarten grade (ages 5 6) who wish to compete in a soccer league. The season will begin with four mandatory clinics on April 8-17 at either 5:00, 6:00 or 7:00 p.m. (choose at time of registration). This league features a small soccer field (40 x 20 yds.) and small micro goals, with 4 players per side. Lydia Lytle will run the first four clinics and High School Coaches (along with the Wooster High School girls varsity soccer team) will coach/instruct the league. Please bring a size #3 soccer ball to all clinics and practices. All participants will receive a game t-shirt. Schedules will be furnished prior to first league game.

Location: Fee:

Wooster Community Center Community Room Ages: 8 years and Up $50/Resident Time: 6 7pm $60/Non Resident Days: Thursdays Dates: Session A: January 9 March 13 (3901.101) *due to a scheduling conflict, there will be a class on Friday 1/24 instead of Thursday 1/23* Session B: March 20 May 22 (3901.102) Parents must remain in the building during class.
Kung fu (also called wushu) is a Chinese martial art emphasizing flexibility and the use of internal force. Chinese kung fu began in the Shaolin Temple around 527 C.E. and is almost 2,000 years old. There are many different types of kung fu; some imitate animals such as the dragon, snake, mantis or crane, while others are named for a type of movement, like the northern long fist routines. Kung fu movements are circular and rely on internal force to generate power. Kung fu students are trained in striking with hands and feet, shuai jiao close quarters grappling and chin na (joint-locking and manipulation). Intermediate and advanced students may receive instruction in Chinese weapons including the staff, spear, broadsword, straight sword, halberd, etc. The kung fu program at the Wooster Community Center provides instruction in traditional Pai Lum Tao kung fu. Our program is designed to accommodate students of all ages and experience levels. No prior martial arts training is necessary, and family group participation is encouraged. Instructor Biography Sifu Joshua Blakeslee has been training in the martial arts for over 20 years. Sifu Joshua, is a direct student of Grandmaster Glenn C. Wilson and a member in good standing of the Pai Lum Tao International White Dragon Warrior Society (W.D.W.S.). Sifu Joshua is the Ohio State W.D.W.S. representative and has served as the W.D.W.S. state representative for Indiana and Rhode Island; and the head instructor of the Malones Gymnastics Kung Fu/Wushu program in Lafayette, Indiana. In addition to Pai Lum Tao Kung Fu, Tai Chi & Qigong, Sifu Joshua has trained in: Chank chuan (longfist) kung fu, eagle claw kung fu, wing chung kung fu, Shorin-ryu and Goju-ryu karate and Korean art of Chungmudo.

Location: YMCA Natatorium (Wooster HS) Ages: Fee: Time: Days: Dates: 5-18yrs old $40/Resident $50/Non Resident 4:30pm (novice) 5:30pm (experienced) Monday Thursday April 28 May 15
Location: Wooster HS Track Ages:4th 8th graders Fee: $40/Resident $50/Non Resident Days: Tuesday/Thursday (Saturday track meets optional) Time: 5:30-6:45pm Dates: April 22 July 12 Code: 3200.200 Instructor: Brian Questal First practice/meeting for Parents and participants in the WHS Commons April 22 @ 5:30pm. Youth Track Club program is designed for youth in 4th8th Grade and of all skill levels. Coaches will provide track instruction, training, and competitive meets. Events will include sprints, middle distance, long distance, shot put, and additional field events with sufficient interest. Youth younger than 4th grade will need coaches permission to participate in Track Club.

Session: 4:30pm novice (3120.211) 5:30pm experienced (3120.221) Whether you want to get in shape for Summer Swim Team or improve your technique, this is a great opportunity to do so!

What is the Wooster Soccer Association? WSA is a non-profit, volunteer organization that works in cooperation with the Wooster Recreation Department to encourage and support participation in soccer. WSA strives to provide participants with experiences that build confidence, good health, team spirit, and civic responsibility. Our goal is to reach high standards of good sportsmanship and proficiency in soccer skills. We also wish to foster a sense of mutual support and respect throughout Wayne Countys soccer community (recreational, traveling, high school, and college leagues). What activities are available? The Wooster Recreation Department organizes clinics for various ages at different times of the year. The association supports and organizes outdoor recreational soccer leagues for children beginning at Preschool and continuing through High School. The association also supports and organizes traveling soccer teams for ages 10 to 13 (U10-U14). Participation in traveling soccer is at the invitation of the coach, and tryouts will be announced when new teams are forming. It is expected that all traveling players will have participated in at least one season of recreational league play before joining a traveling team.

www.woostersoccer.com

Where are games played? Recreational games are played at the Soccer Complex on Burbank Rd. traveling teams play in the Northern Ohio region and may travel up to 60 miles for games. Wooster High games are played at Follis Field (and away) and College of Wooster games are played at the College campus (and away). If you need more information or wish to coach, referee, or serve on the board: Please contact Jeff Battig at the Wooster Recreation Department at 330.263.5207

Fee:

$30/Resident $44/Resident + Shirt $40/Non Resident $54/Non-Resident + Shirt Ages: U7/8 7&up U9/10 9&up U11/12 11&up Days: Practices: As Scheduled Games: Saturdays Times: 8:00am 6:00pm Dates: April 12 Games begin Code: U7/8 Girls: (3320.111) U9/10 Girls: (3320.121) U11/12 Girls: (3320.131) U7/8 Boys: (3320.141) U9/10 Boys: (3320.151) U11/12 Boys: (3320.161) Teams are selected randomly in each of the four divisions. Members of the same household are placed on the same team, when requested. The season consists of approximately six games. Coaches (age 18+) are needed. Age Divisions include: Under 7 and 8 yrs. Old Division U7-Born August 1, 2006 through July 31, 2007 U8-Born August 1, 2005 through July 31, 2006 Under 9 & 10 yrs. Old Division U9 Born August 1, 2004 through July 31, 2005 U10 Born August 1, 2003 through July 31, 2004

Fee: Ages: Days: Times: Dates: Code:

$275- U7/8 Team $300 U9/10 or U11/12 Team U7/8 7&up U9/10 9&up U11/12 11&up Practices: As Scheduled Games: Saturdays 8:00am 6:00pm April 12 Games begin U7/8 Girls A (3321.111) U9/10 Girls A (3321.121) U11/12 Girls A (3321.131) U7/8 Boys A (3321.141) U9/10 Boys A (3321.151) U11/12 Boys A (3321.161) U7/8 Girls B (3321.112) U9/10 Girls B (3321.122) U11/12 Girls B (3321.132) U7/8 Boys B (3321.142) U9/10 Boys B (3321.152) U11/12 Boys B (3321.162)

Under 11 & 12 yrs. Old Division U11 Born August 1, 2002 through July 31, 2003 U12 Born August 1, 2001 through July 31, 2002

Location: Gault Recreation Center Ages: High School Fee: $325/Resident $375/Non-Resident Days: Friday Evenings U12 Friday/Sunday Afternoons/Evenings U14 Time: 6-9pm U12 2-9pm U14 (as scheduled) Dates: January 24 March 14 Session: Girls U12 (3362.112) Boys U12 (3362.122) Girls U14 (3363.112) Boys U14 (3363.122) Deadline: January 10 For U12 & U14 Girls & Boys. 6v6 play (includes keeper). All play will be with a futsol soccer ball. Please wear indoor soccer shoes. NO OUTDOOR CLEATS!

Location: Gault Recreation Center Ages: High School Fee: $325/Resident $375/Non-Resident Days: Sundays Time: 2-9pm (as scheduled) Dates: January 26 March 16 Session: Girls (3371.112) Boys (3371.122) Deadline: January 10 For high school boys & girls who entered grades 8-12 in Fall of 2013. 5v5 (plus keeper). All play will be with a futsol soccer ball.

Location: Wooster Soccer Complex Ages: U13-14 Fee: $350 Days: Saturdays Date: April 5 May 17 Time: 9am 6pm (as scheduled) Sessions: Girls (3361.111) Boys (3361.121) Deadline: March 19 The league is for Junior High Boys & Girls who wish to participate in a junior high soccer league. Separate Boys & Girls leagues will be formed. Registration is by team only. All schools in Wayne County are welcome to participate.

WOOSTER RECREATION DEPARTMENT DOES NOT TAKE REGISTRATIONS FOR THIS PROGRAM. Location:PNC Fields (Gerstenslager Martin Park) on Akron Road Ages: Fee: Days: Time: Junior High $85 Monday - Sunday 6pm

Wayne-Holmes League for current 7th & 8th graders. For more information contact Mark Kraker at buckeyekraker@aol.com or call (330)317-3834

Location:PNC Fields (Gerstenslager Martin Park) on Akron Road Fee: U8 - $40 for season U10 - $65 for season U12 - $65 for season U14 - $65 for season Game Days: (beginning in May)

Ages:

U8 U14

U8 Tuesdays & Thursdays U10 Mondays & Wednesdays U12 Tuesdays & Thursdays U14 Mondays & Wednesdays

Wooster Summer Fastpitch, Inc has been established to support and promote girls fastpitch softball in our community. We provide a quality training environment for girls while focusing on enhancing player development and game knowledge. Good sportsmanship and teamwork is stressed. WSFI participates in the Wayne County Girls Fastpitch Softball League. Practices and home games are held at various fields around Wooster. Away games are played at various locations in Wayne County. Practice may start after April 1. Games will be played for mid- May through mid July on weekday evenings at 6:00pm or 8:00pm as scheduled.
All girls ages 5 to 18 years old living in the Wooster City School District are invited to join WSFI. Registration information, fees and further details will be posted on the WSFI website: http://bit.ly/woofastpitch2013 and announcements will be published in the local newspapers, on cable stations and in posted flyers in the community and schools.

Clinic for girls in 1st 3rd grades. This will cover basic skills and will be on Saturdays beginning in May. This is for girls not playing summer ball this year and to get them started on the softball track. Fee: $25 Dates: 4 Saturdays in May (TBA)

$50 Resident

$60 Non Resident

Per Session

Deadline: Before session begins (during normal business hours)

Times: 6:00 7:30am

Times: 10:00 11:30am Session A: February 13 April 17 (4230.102)

Times: 6:00 7:30pm Session A: February 13 April 17 (4210.102) Session B: April 24 June 16 (4210.201)

Session A: December 23 March 10 (4220.101)

Session B: March 17 May 19 Session B: April 24 June 16 (4230.201) (4220.102)

At the Wooster Community Center 241 S Bever St, Wooster Carol Mills - Instructor Mondays & Wednesdays 6:00 7:00pm $6 walk-in $50 Resident 10 session class $57 Non Resident 10 session class Next session begins February 10th! Community Center does not accept payment for registration. Beginners welcomed!

Location: Ages: Time: Dates:

Wooster Community Center Community Room 18 years and Up 6 7pm Session A: January 7 March 11 (4901.101) Session B: March 18 May 20 (4901.102)

Fee:$50/Resident $60/Non Resident Days: Tuesdays

Tai chi chuan and qigong are Chinese internal arts focused on generating and channeling internal energy, or qi (pronounced chee), throughout the body to generate force and promote health. The movements of tai chi and qigong are smooth, steady and circular. Tai chi and qigong students are trained in breathing exercised, fluidity drills and qibuilding exercises. The slower pace and more gentle movements of tai chi and qigong routines make these arts particularly well suited for adults and seniors interested in increasing flexibility, range of movement or lung capacity. Instructor Biography Sifu Joshua Blakeslee has been training in the martial arts for over 20 years. Sifu Joshua, is a direct student of Grandmaster Glenn C. Wilson and a member in good standing of the Pai Lum Tao International White Dragon Warrior Society (W.D.W.S.). Sifu Joshua is the Ohio State W.D.W.S. representative and has served as the W.D.W.S. state representative for Indiana and Rhode Island; and the head instructor of the Malones Gymnastics Kung Fu/Wushu program in Lafayette, Indiana. In addition to Pai Lum Tao Kung Fu, Tai Chi & Qigong, Sifu Joshua has trained in: Chank chuan (longfist) kung fu, eagle claw kung fu, wing chung kung fu, Shorin-ryu and Goju-ryu karate and Korean art of Chungmudo.

Location: Community Center Fee: $27/Resident $37/Non Resident (10punches) Days: Thursdays $5/Daily Code: 7610.100 Time: 8:45am 9:45am Dates: January 2 April 24 Instructor: Winnie Wyant Join this lively group of line dancers who enjoy learning new dances as well as reviewing old. Class participants are offered the option of joining the line dance troupe, The Borderline Line Dancers, for performances at local events. A significant amount of class time will be devoted to rehearsing for performances. This class is for experienced line dancers.

Ages: Fee: Times: Code:

50+ $27/Resident 10punch $5/Daily $37/Non-Resident 10punch 9:00am 10:00am 7200.100

Location: Community Center Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Dates: Punch Cards are good ALL YEAR! Instructor: Lydia Lytle

No matter what your age, the benefits of exercise are the sameincreased energy and self-esteem, conditioned heart and lungs, improved muscle tone and greater function of bones and joints. This class offers a total body, low-impact workout. The class is open to both men and women and includes both standing and sitting exercises. The fee listed is to purchase a 10-punch card (1 punch per class). You will need to purchase more cards as your punches are used up.

Ages: Fee: Times: Code:

50+ $27/Resident 10punch $5/Daily $37/Non-Resident 10punch 1:30pm 2:25pm 7300.100

Location: Community Center Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Dates: Punch Cards are good ALL YEAR! Instructor: Lydia Lytle & Margo Miller

Muscles that have not been used for some time can be revitalized at any age with a weight-strengthening program. Men and women 55+ will use 1, 2, and 3 lb. hand weights & dynabands to increase muscle strength, boost energy and increase bone mass. The fee listed is to purchase a 10-punch card (1 punch per class). You will need to purchase more cards as your punches are used up.

Location: Wooster High School Ellen Shapiro Natatorium Ages: 50+ Fee: A&B - $54/Resident $65/Non-Resident C - $51/Resident $62/Non-Resident

Code: A: 7110.101 B: 7110.102 C: 7110.103 Days: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays Dates: Session A January 6 February 24
(no class 1/20 & 2/17)

Session B February 16 April 11 Session C March 22 May 30


(no class 4/18 & 5/26)

Times:10:30am 11:30am Instructor: Lydia Lytle Water exercise is a great way to get the benefits of a fitness workout without the sweat and usual injury risks. It reduces the burden on stress-bearing joints and muscles making it less likely to cause injury or muscle soreness. Water exercise burns calories, builds cardio endurance; and increases muscle strength, flexibility and lung capacity. The movement of water against and over the body results in both massage and relaxation providing a calming effect. Its also more discreet than other forms of exercise because its performed under water! So why wait--take the plunge! (This co-rec class is held in shallow water. Sandals or water shoes are suggested for locker rooms.)

The following activities for people 50+ are free of charge and are held at the Community Center. The regular participants would like to invite anyone interested to join them for these exciting activities. If you would like to get out and meet great people and enjoy an old favorite or learn a new hobby drop in and check these out!

Billiards
Days: Monday-Friday Time: 8:30am-4:30pm

Ping Pong
Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Time: 10:00am

Miscellaneous Cards
Days: Monday-Friday Time: Noon 4pm

Daily Card Groups


BridgeTuesdays, 1:00pm Dup. Bridge.Fridays, 1:00pm Euchre...Thursdays, 1:00pm 500..1st & 3rd Mondays, 1:00pm

Location: Community Center Fee: $1.50/10 games


($1 towards winning pot/$.50 room usage fee)

Days: Tuesdays Time: 1:00pm

Location: Community Center Fee: $1.50/person


($1 towards winning pot/$.50 room usage fee)

Days: Thursdays Times: 1:00pm

Location: Community Center Fee: Year - $75/Resident Month - $12/Resident Monday Friday

Ages: 50+ ONLY $85/Non Resident $14/Non Resident

Days:

Time: 8:30am 4:30pm

Our Senior Fitness Room includes the following equipment: -5 treadmills -3 recumbent bicycles -1 recumbent stepper -1 leg press machine -2 elliptical trainers -1 leg extension/curl machine -1chest press machine -1 shoulder press machine -1 biceps/triceps machine -1 back extension machine -1 abdominal machine -1 torso rotation machine -1 rowing machine -1 abduction/adduction machine

The City of Wooster sponsors a subsidized transportation for low income, city residents. Transportation, within the city limits, is provided through contracted private companies at a reduced fare. (Individuals who do not qualify for the subsidized program may still use the various transportation services at full fare).

To qualify as a participant, you must meet the following guidelines: 1.Must live within the city limits of Wooster 2.Must qualify as low income based on the following standards*: 1 person in household: up to $17,000/year 4 persons in household: up to $31,310/year 2 persons in household: up to $21,770/year 5 persons in household: up to $36,080/year 3 persons in household: up to $26,540/year 6 persons in household: up to $40,850/year For households with more than six members, add $5770 for each additional member.

3. Must provide proof of low income status with application: Attach to application one of the following: a copy of your current food stamp card or a copy of current signed Medicaid Card acceptance letter a current HEAP Acceptance Letter a letter declaring your low income status from a a copy of Social Security award letter/monthly social service agency on their agency letterhead and benefit statement signed by a current social worker (Pay stubs are NOT sufficient proof of low income.)

*Household income is defined as the gross income of all household members. Gross income includes wages, interest, annuities, pensions, social security, retirement, disability, public assistance, and assistance for dependent children, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), alimony, child support, unemployment benefits, workers compensation and any other indirect income such as utility allowances. You mus t report all income that you receive for your total income.

1.Obtain an application form at the Municipal Building at 538 N. Market St. or Wooster Community Center at 241 S Bever St. 2.Complete the application and mail or deliver to the Community Center. Proof of low income status is required with the completed application. Individuals will be notified of qualification by phone within 10 days of submission. *Applicants who wish to stay on the program may reapply within one month of their expiration date on their Taxi I.D. card. A new application with proof of low income status must be submitted to remain eligible for the program.

Purchase taxi & bus passes at the Municipal Building. $4.00 for each taxi pass you wish to purchase. $1.00 for each bus pass you wish to purchase. Taxi/bus passes may be purchased in any amount. Each taxi/bus pass equals a one-way ride within the city limits only

1.Get your Taxi Photo Identification (I.D.) card from the Wooster Community Center. Free of Charge. If lost $3 extra charge. 2.Bring your Taxi Photo Identification (I.D.) card to the Municipal Building. You may purchase taxi passes in quantities desired.

When you need a ride, simply call the transportation providers listed below. The driver will ask to see your Taxi Photo Identification card. The driver will collect your taxi card for each one-way ride. The carrier has the right to carry more than one person per trip. However, you will still be charged the full trip fare.

Miller Cab - (330)262-8294 TAXI Wooster Express - (330)202-9000 TAXI 5 Star Transportation - (330)262-0123 TAXI EZ Ryder (330)439-2077 TAXI Wooster Hospitality Transit Inc. (330601-1616

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