Tournament to benefit Kaua‘i High School golf

Applications are available for the Lihu‘e Golf Booster Club golf tournament scheduled for April 1 at the Puakea Golf Course.

Registration takes place from 7 a.m. with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.

The deadline for entering is March 23 and application forms are available at most golf courses around the island.

Forms are also available from Jonathan Ota at the Tip Top Cafe in Lihu‘e, or at the Wailua Golf Course.

Proceeds from the tournament will be donated to the Kaua‘i High School boys and girls golf team.

Entry fee is $100 per golfer and includes green fees, prizes and the awards luncheon that follows at the Lihu‘e Neighborhood Center.

Non-golfers are welcome to the luncheon for a $15 contribution.

The tournament format is Individual Low Net with A and B Flights and Women’s.Maximum handicap for men is 30 and maximum handicap for women is 36. Handicaps are as of March 2007. Mulligans are optional at $5 each with a maximum of two.

There will be more than $1500 in prizes divided by the three flights with a grand prize of a round trip and hotel stay in Las Vegas.

Winner of the grand prize must be present to claim it.

Play softball,

help fight cancer

Proceeds from the upcoming men’s Open softball and Senior Citizens softball tournaments will go to help fight cancer.

Connie’s Fighters & Survivors is an American Cancer Society Relay for Life team which will be hosting its 4th Annual Open Men’s Softball tournament from Mar. 23 to 25.

The 3rd Annual Senior Citizens tournament will take place from Mar. 27 to 29.

Both tournaments will be played at the Waimea Canyon School Park with the proceeds going to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Through the four years Connie’s Fighters & Survivors have hosted the tournament, more than $35,000 has been donated to the American Cancer Society.

Entrance fees for this year’s tournament is $250 per team. Deadline for entering a team is Mar. 16. To enter a team, or for questions, call Teddy Perreira 337-9949, Aba Albarado 652-2958, Kimberly Lanning 337-9340 or Helena Oyamot 651-8235.

KMRA holds first race

The Kauai Motorcross Riders Association will hold its first race Sunday, March 25 at the Wailua Motorcross Track. The gates will open at 7 a.m..

Registration starts at 8 a.m. The race will start at 10 a.m.

Early registration will be accepted, the Saturday before the race, at the track, from noon to 5 p.m.

For more information, call Leilani Furugen at 482-0155.


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