Friday, February 24, 2006
Swinger’s Nine ladies to compete
The Swinger’s Nine ladies golf group will hold its first
competition of the season Wednesday, March 1.
The 9 a.m. competition at Sunnyside’s Black Rock Creek Golf
Course will be a season opening scramble.
All women interested in golfing are invited to take part in
the group activities.
Soccer sign-up deadline March 9
The Sunnyside Recreation Department-sponsored youth soccer
program will accept sign-ups through Thursday, March 9.
Billed as a recreational activity for youngsters
kindergarten age through sixth grade, the primary objectives of the program are
an emphasis on fun, sportsmanship and equal participation.
Teams will be selected from all who are signed up to
compete. The registration fee is $20 for those youngsters who reside within the
city limits, $26 for all others. Sign-ups are currently underway at the local
recreation office, located at the Sunnyside Community Center at South Hill Park.
Recreation officials have also announced that volunteer
coaches are still needed for the youth soccer program. Those interested should
contact recreation officials at 837-8660.
Men’s softball league meeting
set for March 7
The Lower Valley Men’s Slo-pitch Softball Association will
hold an organizational meeting Tuesday, March 7.
The 6 p.m. meeting will be held at RC’s Casino and Sports
Bar (31 Ray Rd.). All men’s softball players interested in playing this coming
summer are urged to attend the meeting.
The Lower Valley league offers a 30-game schedule, with
contests played at SunnyView Park, currently undergoing improvements for the
Additional information about league play is available from
Bob Sarmiento Sr. (830-5727 or 836-2236).
Campground hosts now being sought
The Naches Ranger District is currently looking for
volunteer hosts for several of its popular and busy campgrounds for the summer
“Attitude is perhaps the most important qualification for
being a good campground host,” said jacquie Beidl, developed recreation
Other qualifications include an interest in the outdoors and
the enjoyment of being around people.
Volunteer campground hosts provide information about the
opportunities in the area, monitor compliance with fee schedules, rules and
regulations, perform light maintenance duties and report serious issues to
Naches Ranger District personnel. Hosts work at least five hours a day, camp
on-site at least five days a week, and must work for at least two months
between May 15 and Sept. 15.
There is no salary for the work, but the Naches Ranger
District provides volunteers with a free host campsite and the necessary tools
and supplies to perform their jobs. A few sites have electric and sewer
hook-ups available, while other sites require self-containment.
Interested applicants should contact Beidl before March 31
SHS winter sports awards ceremony set for March 13
Sunnyside High School will host its annual winter sports
awards ceremony on Monday, March 13, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school
Community residents are invited to attend the ceremony,
which will mark both the athletic and academic accomplishments of the 2005-06
winter sports athletes.