Youth ball sign-up opens

Registration is now under way for Port McNeill's youth ball program.

PORT McNEILL—Registration is now under way for Port McNeill’s youth ball program.

The program is open to players from age 4 (born in 2009) to age 13, with a registration fee of $25 per player.

Registration forms may be picked up and dropped at Timberland Sporting Goods.

For more information, contact Kristy Lloyd at 250-956-3629 or kristy_desbiens@msn.com.

 

 

 

Splash and Dash

Sunset Elementary School students will get an introduction to multi-sport competition this month when triathletes Patrick and Kate Ney of Gold River host the Splash and Dash May 22 at Port McNeill pool.

The event, limited by time and space to Sunset students, runs from 1 to 3 p.m. It will feature a swim event in the pool and a transition to running shoes in the arena parking lot, followed by a run in town.

 

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