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• Night Drag Races Coming on Mar. 6
• LBL Pony sign-up starts Monday
• HHSAA state regatta rescheduled
• Yacht Club Playday coming on Mar. 7
Night Drag Races Coming on Mar. 6
The Garden Island Racing Association will be hosting their first Night Race of the season on Saturday, Mar. 6 at the Mana Raceway Park.
Gates will open at noon with time trials starting at 2 p.m.
A motorcycle class has been added, and the public is invited to share the excitement of night races.
For more information, contact Mark at 246-9700.
LBL Pony sign-up starts Monday
The Lihu‘e Baseball League announces registration for their Pony baseball players starting Monday, Mar. 1 and continuing through Mar. 5.
Registration will take place at the portable building next to the Lihu‘e County Park from 5 to 6 p.m.
Each applicant is required to submit two copies of his/her birth certificate, and two copies of his/her medical insurance card at the time of registration.
A registration fee will also be collected at this time.
HHSAA state regatta rescheduled
The Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association (HHSAA)/First Hawaiian Bank State Canoe Paddling championship regatta has been rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 28 starting at 8 a.m. at Ke‘ehi Lagoon, O‘ahu.
The 24-race, three-division event was postponed Friday due to adverse weather conditions.
If weather conditions do not permit holding the races on Saturday, this year’s championships will be cancelled according to Hartwell Lee Loy, canoe paddling coordinator for the HHSAA.
Numerous complications, including travel and lodging for Neighbor Island teams, and the availability of volunteers to conduct the meet would make another postponement not feasible said a spokesman for the HHSAA.
Yacht Club Playday coming on Mar. 7
The Nawiliwili Yacht Club’s Annual Playday at the Beach will be held on Sunday, Mar. 7 at Kalapaki Beach on the grass fronting the Kaua‘i Marriott Beach Club and Resort.
A Sand Castle Building Contest is open to the public starting from 10 a.m. until noon with cash prizes for Keiki and Adult winners.
Free beachcat rides are one of the highlights of the annual event.
The public is asked to bring a potluck and bar-b-que food, and beach mats.
Hot dogs and soda will be available for a small donation.
For more information, please call Karen at 821-0222, or Sharon at 742-2512.
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