People interested in becoming certified track officials should contact Dave Walker at 652-0616.
With the installation of the rubberized track at Vidinha Stadium, there is a need for certified track officials before Kaua‘i can be considered to host a state meet, a spokesman for Walker said.
When a sufficient number of interested people has gathered, Walker will make arrangements for the head of the Track Officials Association to conduct a clinic for certification.
Coaches wanted for Lihu‘e Pop Warner
Applications for head coach positions for the Lihu‘e Pop Warner Association are now being accepted.
Positions will cover the LPWA 2007 tackle and spirit season.
Application forms are available at Tanaka Store on Kalena Street and completed forms must be submitted tomorrow by 5 p.m.
For more information, call Gracie at 635-5517.
Wild Bill Memorial
races start Feb. 22
The Nawiliwili Yacht Club’s Wild Bill Memorial Series races will start Feb. 22 and run every Thursday for six weeks thereafter.
Races start at 5 p.m.
The public can view the races from the harbor jetty and join sailors at the clubhouse afterward.
A grill will be available for grill-your-own-food and beverages will also be available for a small donation.
For more information, contact Dick Olsen at 822-5092, or visit the NYC Web site at www.nawiliwiliyachtclub.org.
LBL seeks coaches
The Lihu‘e Baseball League is currently seeking coaches for its Mustang and Bronco baseball season.
Interested people can call Tom Vallatini for more information and a coaches’ application form.
Inquiries should be made by Feb. 28.
For more information, call 635-6252.
LBL baseball registration starts Feb. 27
The Lihu‘e Baseball League will begin accepting player applications for its Mustang, Bronco and Pony divisions on Feb. 27.
Registration will take place from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 27-March 1 in the portable building adjacent to the convention hall.
Mustang and Bronco fees are $80. Pony fees are $125.
Players need to bring two copies of their current medical card and two copies of their birth certificate.
For more information, call Tom Vallatini at 635-6252.