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Sports Scene: Sept. 10, 2013

By From page A8 | September 11, 2013

Charity tourney
Cold Springs ladies’ golf clubs are hosting their annual Cancer Charity Tournament Tuesday, Oct. 1, at Cold Springs Golf and Country Club. The four-person scramble is open to everyone, members and non-members. Sign up with your own foursome or call to enter and be placed on a team. Foursomes may consist of any combination of members, non-members, men and women. There will be handicap and non-handicap flights with no maximum. The $85 entry includes breakfast, golf, cart and awards luncheon. Check-in is at 7:30 a.m with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Extra activities include poker, chipping and pitching contests. All proceeds benefit the Marshall Hospital Cancer Resource Center and Snowline Hospice. For more information or to sign up call 530-672-1929 or 530-626-6773. Tee sponsorships ($100, includes a round of golf for four, or $50) are available. All sponsors and donors will be featured in the program, on display posters and flyers.

Pee Wee T-Ball (ages 3-6)
Participants learn the fundamentals of t-ball by learning the correct method of throwing, catching, hitting and running the bases. This four week camp meets on Thursdays from Oct. 3 to 24 at the Promontory Community Park Girls Softball Field. Parents can pick from four (3 year olds only with parent participation required) or 5 and 6 p.m. for ages 4 to 6. Fee is $57 and includes a t-shirt, snack and gift card from a sponsoring vendor. Call the registration desk or go on line at edhcsd.org before the deadline of Sept. 27.

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