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Don't miss chance to sign up for summer soccer camps

The Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association will be sponsoring three day camps this summer. Boys and girls are welcome to join.

Northwest Soccer Camp is its 29th year of offering quality instruction and will host two half-day camps from 9 a.m. to noon and 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. July 23-27 at Snoqualmie Elementary School. To obtain a registration form, please call (206) 281-2904 or visit the Web site at www.nwsoccer.org.

New to the Valley this year is the Challenger British Soccer Camp. These camps will give children a week of coaching and confidence building from a staff of specially-trained British soccer athletes. The two half-day camps will be offered from 9 a.m. to noon and 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. on July 9 to 13 at the new soccer fields on Snoqualmie Ridge, and July 30 to August 3 at Tolt-McDonald Park in Carnation. To obtain a registration form, call Mike at (425) 844-3820 or visit the Web site at www.challengersports.com.

Registration beginning for Alpine Days 5K run, walk

Registration has begun for the fourth annual Alpine Days 5K Run and Walk. The 5K run, 5K walk and 1.5-mile walk will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Aug. 11.

All three races will start and end at the Factory Stores at North Bend. Entry fees are $15 for the 5K run and walks with a T-shirt, and $10 without a T-shirt.

Register at www.ontherun.com or find a registration form in Northwest Runner magazine. For more information, watch for brochures or call Kristy Sullivan at Friends of Youth at (425) 869-6490 ext. 308 or contact her through www.friendsofyouth.org.

Men's league players needed

The North Bend menOs slowpitch softball league is in need of players and teams.

The league begins July 16 and runs through the last week of August, after playoffs. Doubleheader games will be played on Mondays and Wednesdays at the North Bend complex.

Yen For more information or to sign up, call Paul Stedman at home at (425) 888-6309, at work at (206) 903-6818, or by email at paul.stedman@bradson.com.

Tournament to benefit Rotary

The eighth annual Rotary Golf Classic, to be held at 8 a.m. Friday Aug.10 at Mount Si Golf Club in Snoqualmie, is accepting registration for $89 per player.

The format is a shotgun/four man scramble and benefits the Snoqualmie Valley Rotary Youth Scholarship Fund.

There will also be a hole-in-one contest sponsored by Chaplin's Automotive Group of North Bend. The first person to hit a hole-in-one on the 11th hole wins a new 2001 Chevrolet Blazer. A continental breakfast and lunch by AdairOs On The Green will also be served.

Yen For more information or to sign up, please call Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare at (425) 831-2020. Entry deadline is July 27.

Licensing clinics offered

The Washington State Youth Soccer Association hosts a number of licensing clinics every summer.

Information and registration forms will be available through local clubs, or for more specific information, call Mike Dowd at (425) 844-3820, or go to the state associationOs Web site at www.wsysa.com.

Think ahead to fall sports

All students planning to participate in a fall sport at Mount Si should have all paperwork completed prior to Aug. 20, the first day of turnout. Fall sports include football, volleyball, cross country, girls soccer, boysO tennis, and boysO golf.

Forms will be available in the main office, and students must purchase an Associated Student Body card for $25 prior to participation. In addition, a sports physical or update and an updated Emergency Information Form are required. Physicals are good for 13 months.

If you have any questions, please call the Athletic Department Secretary Kathy McDonald at (425) 831-8105.

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