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Bicycle Poker Run set for May 2

The Sequim Irrigation Festival Bicycle Poker Run is set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m., beginning and ending at Carrie Blake Park, Blake Avenue.

Make stops at six lavender farms and receive playing cards to make a poker hand and compete for prizes.

The prizes are awarded at 3 p.m.

Registration fee is $15. Register at 9:30 a.m. at the Mike's Bikes tent at Carrie Blake Park.

For more information, call Dave Neidhardt at 681-5373 or e-mail:

Port Angeles man wins 7 in 7th contest

Thanks to a long fly ball from Seattle Mariner Ichiro Suzuki, Angelo Terranova of Port Angeles won the 7 Cedars Casino's "Seven in the Seventh" contest.

Terranova entered the 7 Cedars "Seven in the Seventh" contest by filling out and mailing an entry form at the Longhouse Market & Deli near Blyn. His name was randomly chosen for the April 15 game against the Los Angeles Angels. During the bottom of the seventh inning, Suzuki hit a grand slam for the Mariners' seventh run of the inning, winning Terranova $7,000. 7 Cedars and KIRO 710AM ESPN sponsor the contest.

Soccer fundraiser aims at Ireland trip

A youth sports sports/party night at Peninsula College on May 1 is a fundraiser to help P.C. soccer players get to Ireland this fall.

The event, scheduled for 6-10 p.m. at the college gymnasium and PUB building (1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd.), is open to boys and girls of ages 8-12 and includes tag, indoor soccer, dodgeball, ice cream feed and more.

Cost is $25 for one child and $5 for each additional sibling.

A $5 discount is available for those who register before May 1.

In addition, parents who sign up their child will get a coupon (one per family) to enjoy a dinner for two at Michael's Seafood & Steakhouse.

For more information, call P.C. soccer coach Andrew Chapman at 417-6410 or 670-6868.

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