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Parents who need some time for themselves may finally get that Nov. 30

The Marshall University Recreation Center will host Kids Night Out from 5-9 p.m. that evening to allow parents to shop, see a movie or get some time alone. The children will have the chance to climb the Rec Center's rock wall, swim in the indoor pool, play basketball and have a pizza party.

The program is available for children ages 4-12. Parents are asked to register by Nov. 29. The cost for members is $15 ($10 for each additional sibling) and the cost for non-members is $20 ($15 for each additional sibling). Cash or checks are accepted.

Parents are asked to complete a waiver for the event, which can be found online at www.marshallcampusrec.com. Parents are asked to return the forms to the Marshall Recreation Center Welcome Desk or mail them to: Marshall Recreation Center, Attn: Dan Belcher, 402 Thundering Herd Dr., Huntington, WV 25755.

 For information, call Dan Belcher, facility operations coordinator, at 304-696-4651.