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Raske gets ace No. 3, Fish sinks ace No. 2

John Raske of Port Angeles sank his third lifetime hole-in-one at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course on June 4. Raske use a hybrid club to ace the 167-yard hole No. 17. Sequim’s Dean Kruse and Everett Thometz of Port Angeles witnessed the feat.

Roy Fish of Sequim sank his second lifetime hole-in-one on June 8 at The Cedars at Dungeness. Fish used a 7-iron to drive the 150-yard hole No. 17 at The Cedars. Terry Boyd of Sequim and Mike Heacock of Camano Island witnessed the feat.

Register for gymnastics

Registration is open for summer classes at Klahhane Gymnastics. Register by June 14 for early registration discounts and best choice of class times. Classes begin June 30.

Klahhane has afternoon and evening classes available for beginner and intermediate levels age 3-14 MondayThursday, June 30-Aug. 21.

A parent/child class for age 2-and-a-half to 3-and-a-half-year-olds is available on Wednesday morning.

Office hours for registration are 4-7 p.m. through June 16. Call 457-5187 for more information and during June 17-29 office hours.

OCS golf tourney set

The second annual Annual Friends of Olympic Christian School Charity Golf Tournament is set for Saturday, July 19, at The Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course in Sequim.

Format is a scramble with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. and two opportunities to win: low gross and OCS Eagle flights.

Cost is $90 per player. Fee includes green fees, cart, range balls and lunch. The prize list is set at $40,000.

Event registration is 7:30-8:30 a.m.

Register online at www.olympicchristian.org or call 808-7355.

Open horse show on tap

The Jefferson County 4-H Horse Project hosts an Open Horse Show on Sunday, June 22, at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Port Townsend. The show starts at 9 a.m.

Classes are $4 each for Early Bird entries received by June 13 with $2 late fee per class for entries after June 13 and day of show.

Stalls are available on a first-come, first-served basis with a refundable stall fee if left clean. High Point prizes will be awarded in all divisions for qualifying classes.

Show forms available at most feed and tack stores. For more information/show forms, call Angie Doan at 360-385-6683.

Soccer jamboree set for June 21

Sequim’s Albert Haller Fields are home to a three-on-three Soccer Jamboree, set for Saturday, June 21. The event is open to youths 10-18 years of age and adults.

For more information, go to www.sequimjuniorsoccer.com.

Best breakers shine

On March 29, Sequim’s Body-strong Taekwon-do Academy hosted the first breaking tournament in Sequim. Competitors could take part in three different breaking categories, with results of each category compiled to determine grand champions in three age categories.

Grand champions are Peewee (6-10) — Samantha Gonzales; Junior (11-15) —  Jacob Emery, and Adult — Jesse Eggiman.

SHS football schedule set

Sequim High School’s 2014 football schedule’s been released, with the Wolves in action against several familiar foes.

Sequim gets five home games — including the season-opener Sept. 5 against Chimacum — versus four away games.

Because Klahowya drops down to the 1A classification next year and the Olympic League shifts to a 1A/2A division format, Sequim has six league games, noted with an asterisk (*): Sept. 5 — vs. Chimacum; Sept. 12 — at Coupeville; Sept. 19 — vs. Kingston*; Sept. 26 — at North Kitsap*; Oct. 3 — vs. Centralia; Oct. 10 — vs. North Mason*; Oct. 17 — at Port Angeles*; Oct. 24 — at Olympic*; Oct. 31 — vs. Bremerton*; Nov. 7/8 — postseason/seeding game.

Golf for families

The Healthy Families Benefit golf tournament is slated for Aug. 30 at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course, 1965 Woodcock Road.

Format is a four-person scramble and starts at 1:30 p.m. Cost is $90 per person; fee includes golf cart, box lunch, awards ceremony and prizes for division winners.

The second annual tourney is hosted by the Boeing Bluebills, a group of Boeing retirees and other volunteers who work with local agencies and schools to help improve communities. Healthy Families operates the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault program for Clallam County.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Call 683-6344.

Take aim at archery club

Fling some arrows on Father’s Day at the Wapiti Bowmen’s Archery Club when the Port Angeles club opens to the public June 14-15.

Members have been working hard to get the trails in shape on the 20-acre course, with lifelike targets of badgers, turkeys, bears and elk placed in the woods, across ravines and up banks for a challenging shoot.

Club volunteers start cooking flapjacks and sausage at 7 a.m. and hamburgers at about noon. Meals are $5 each.

Adult shoot fees are $12 for one day or $20 for two days. Youths are welcome.

For directions and more information, see wapitibowmen.us.

Join Cedars at Dungeness women’s golf group

The Cedars at Dungeness Woman’s Golf Club is off and running, meeting Tuesdays (when course schedule permits) at 7:45 a.m. The group invites new members. Plans are beginning to get under way for the annual invitational tournament, The Days of Whine & Roses, set for Sept. 15-16. Last year the group had a record 106 turn out for the event.

Games range from Monthly Medal (held the first Tuesday of every month of play) to a special outing each third Tuesday played from the yellow (most forward) tees. Games are coordinated by captain/competition chairman Pat Conway.

New club members are Bobbie Piety and Barb Slagaske. Returning members are Marine Hirschfeld, Gail Savage, Irene Schmidt, Judy Reno, Lucille Blydestein and Lindsay Busch.

For more information, call Conway at 206-498-2064 or The Cedars at Dungeness pro shop, 683-6344.

Football camp set

The Kingston-based West Sound Athletics hosts a skills and drills football camp June 28-29 at the Kingston High School football field. The first 200 campers from pee wee through high school (ages 5-18) are welcome to participate. Four ex-NFL pros, former Seattle Seahawks and local coaches lead the camp. See www.wsafootballcamp.com.


 

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