Who We Are
- Spring Craft & Vendor Market Set for Saturday, March 16 January 19, 2019
- Ken-Rock Headed to Miller Park!!!!! Sign Up Today! January 19, 2019
- Weekend Weather Cancels Both Friday & Saturday Bingo January 18, 2019
- It’s tax season and Ken-Rock can help January 18, 2019
- Ken-Rock Softball Coming to Sportscore 1 in 2019 January 17, 2019
What people say
I liked playing at Ken-Rock because there were a lot of nice kids on my team. I made some new friends & my coaches were really nice. I got to play all the positions & find out which ones I am best at. It was nice to hear people cheering for me.
I loved my coach (Ed Garza), the teamwork I learned, the chance to meet new people, and the competivness. If It wasn't for Ken-Rock I wouldn't be a seasoned athlete now. It gave me the confidence to branch out into new things. Ken-Rock taught me to play. If it wasn't for that I wouldn't be a player for East.
Being involved at Ken-Rock in team activities as a kid really enhanced my love of sports, which is still strong today. More importantly, playing team sports as a child provides an early life experience in getting along with others and interacting in a group with various personalities. This becomes even more important in adult life and the work environment. Lastly, the friendly competition is a positive thing to carry forward in life. Nothing wrong with wanting to win, just make sure to learn how to do it with dignity and class.
I would like to say this has been a truly rewarding experience for me. I am very thankful for this opportunity, I wasn't able to afford going to a college course and I know that I wouldn't of received the personal attention that I needed. Joe is a phenomenal teacher! His patience and caring is very evident in his teaching style. I am also thankful for the caring of the office staff at Ken-Rock, always displaying cheerfulness.
Participating in the youth basketball program at Ken-Rock Community Center reinforced the value of hard work and cooperation that have influenced me throughout my life.