Non-School Sponsored Activities and Clubs

  • Parents are encouraged to research these programs as these listings are informational only and do not constitute an endorsement by Lewis-Palmer School District 38. eFlyers from Community Partners may be found on each school's homepage.

  • Tri Lakes Little League   Baseball and Softball

    2017 Spring Season Registration Now Open  

    Must Register Online at

    Tri-Lakes Little League Flyer - Spring 2017

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  • Ranger Lacrosse

    The Ranger Lacrosse Club is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing the youth of the TriLakes and Northern El Paso County area with the opportunity to learn and participate in the fast growing sport of Lacrosse. Youth teams are open to boys and girls.

    contact information:

    Ranger LAX 

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  • Blizzard Football and Cheer
    Blizzard is an elite Pop Warner youth football and cheer organization serving the Colorado Springs area (including northern El Paso,  southern Douglas, and southern Elbert counties) in Colorado. Everything the Blizzard does involves 6 key principles:

    1. being safe in all we do,
    2. developing men & women of character,
    3. promoting academic success,  
    4. teaching & instilling fundamentals,
    5. having fun, and
    6. building winning teams/culture.

    contact information:

    Blizzard Football and Cheer

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  • Girl Scouts of America

    Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

    contact information:

    (877) 404-5708  email:

    Girl Scouts of Colorado

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  • Landsharks Running Club

    The Landsharks Running Club develops young athletes in positive, safe, character-based programs. The focus is on having fun, improving personal skills, being an encouraging teammate, making new friends, and promoting a healthy lifestyle.

    contact information:

    Coach Jannelle - (719) 510-0176

    Landsharks Running Club

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  • Boy Scouts of America

    The purpose of the Boy Scouts of America--incorporated on February 8, 1910, and chartered by Congress in 1916--is to provide an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop personal fitness.

    contact information:

    (719) 634-1584

    Boy Scouts of America - Pikes Peak Council

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