▪ The Kennewick American Legion board meeting is 7 p.m. April 21 at the Lions Den at Kennewick High School.
▪ The Batters Box will hold a four-week hitting clinic in May. Space is limited. Call 509-783-5160.
▪ The Kamiakin Basketball Club will hold its spring basketball clinics Sundays through May 22. The clinics are scheduled for 4:45-6 p.m. at the Kamiakin High School gym and are for boys in grades 3-8 who are within the Kamiakin boundary. Cost is $60 per child or $100 for a household of two or more boys. Information: KBChoops@yahoo.com.
▪ The 2016 Pasco Youth Free Basketball Clinic is for boys and girls in grades 3-8. There are two sessions: April 23 and April 30. Both sessions are 9-11 a.m. at Pasco High School. Cost is free to all Pasco children. Bring your own basketball. Contact Andrew Tillman at 509-619-9531 for more information. Parents must sign a release and consent form the day of the camp.
▪ Columbia Youth Sports is offering basketball skill sessions for boys and girls in grades 1-6. The sessions are 4-5:30 p.m. April 24 and May 1 at Hanford High School. Cost is $50. Contact Evan Woodward at 531-3757 or email@example.com.
▪ The Bomber Boosters girls youth camp is July 11-15 at Art Dawald Gym. Three sessions will be offered: Session 1 is 8:30-10 a.m. for grades 3-5. Session 2 is 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. for grades 6-8. Session 3 is 1-3 p.m. for current Gunner AAU members. Cost is $55 before July 1, $60 after, and includes T-shirt. Go to www.bombercamps.com to register. Info: Cindy McCoy at 430-2035.
▪ The second annual ESPN Hooptastic 3-on-3 tournament will be July 23-24 at Southridge High School. Go to 3citieshoops.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
▪ American Contract Bridge League Unit 442 meets on the following days and times: Mondays: 6 p.m., Richland Duplicate Club, director Tom Edwards (946-1825); Tuesdays: 12:30 p.m., Kays Klub, director Kay Teal (521-2200); also 6 p.m., Tri-Cities Bridge Buddies, director Larry Lang (375-3474) standby provided; Wednesdays: 6 p.m. Hanford Club, director John Van Keuren (627-4416); First Thursday of the month: 6 p.m., Unit 442 game, John Van Keuren (627-4416); Thursdays: 10:30 a.m., Tri-Cities Bridge Buddies, director Larry Lang (375-3474), standby provided; also 6 p.m., Three Rivers Duplicate Bridge Club, director Marilyn Steele (392-2128), standby provided; Fridays: 12:30 p.m. (alternate Fridays), Richland Duplicate Bridge Club, director Tom Edwards (946-1824) and Kay’s Klub, director Kay Teal (521-2200). All games are at the Richland Community Center.
▪ Eagle 106.5 Two Man Tuesdays. Nine-hole best-ball competition, $5 entry fee for each player, paid out in “Duck Bucks.” Information: 509-582-3736 or www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.
▪ 94.9 The Wolf Howlin’ Mondays Two-Person Scramble. Nine-hole scramble all day Monday, $5 entry fee for each player, paid out in “Duck Bucks” to the gross and net winners. Information: 509-582-3736 or www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.
▪ The KONA Canyon Lakes Business League runs Wednesday evenings through Aug. 17. Four-person teams; substitutes welcomed. Limited to 32 teams. Information: 509-582-3736 or www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.
▪ The Canyon Lakes Law Enforcement & Friends League runs Thursday evenings through Aug. 18. Two-person teams. Information: 509-582-3736 or www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.
▪ Thursday Evening Ladies’ Play runs Thursday evenings through Aug. 18. Different scramble formats each week. Information: 509-582-3736 or www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.
▪ The 2016 Doug Yarroll Memorial Canyon Lakes Two-Person Best-Ball Golf Tournament is April 23-24. Registration deadline is April 21. Entry fee is $150 per player, $100 for full season members. Entry fee includes green fees, range balls, meal and prize fund. Information: 509-582-3736 or www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com/best_ball/.
▪ The Washington Junior Golf Association will hold the Eastern Open on April 30-May 1 at Sun Willows Golf Course. The event is open to all current WJGA members. The format is a 36-hole individual stroke play. Entry fee is $120. Tournament registration opens March 1. For more information and entry form: wjga.net.
▪ The third annual Ag World Golf Classic will be held June 13 at Canyon Lakes Country Club. Entry fee is $200 and includes 18-hole scramble, cart, several barbecues on the course and an ice cream bar. Proceeds benefit the Ronald McDonald House in Spokane. Registration begins at 11 a.m., with shotgun start at 11:45. Register at agworldgolf.com or call Warren Henninger at 509-760-2662.
▪ The 17th annual Trios Foundation Golf Classic is June 17 at Canyon Lakes Golf Course. The best-ball scramble tournament raises funds to support new programs, services, equipment and technology for Trios Health. The 7:30 a.m. shotgun start is open to individuals, while the 12:30 p.m. start is reserved for corporate teams and sponsors. Registration closes June 10. For more information or to register, go to www.trioshealth.org/golf (sponsorship pricing is on the website; individuals are $250) or contact Mandy Wallner at 221-5776 or Mandy.Wallner@trioshealth.org.
▪ The United Way Charity Golf Tournament is July 29 at Wildhorse Golf Course in Pendleton. Entry fee for the four-person scramble is $100 and includes green fees, golf cart and lunch. Call 541-276-2661 or email email@example.com.
▪ The eighth annual Jess Ford of Pullman Hardhat Classic golf tournament is July 30 at Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman. The tournament benefits the WSU Facilities Services Scholarship Fund/Endowment. Check-in is at 7 a.m., with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Entry fee is $135 and includes 18 holes, golf cart rental, hat, practice balls and a buffet lunch from Banyan’s on the Ridge. Registration: www.hardhatclassic.wsu.edu/sign-up-now.
▪ Walla Walla Parks and Recreation is offering pickleball lessons for ages 16 and up Mondays and Wednesdays until April 27. The lessons, for novice to intermediate, are 5:15-6:45 p.m. at Pioneer Park Pickleball Courts, 940 E. Alder St. Cost is $45; paddles will be provided. To register, go to the Walla Walla Parks and Recreation office, 55 E. Moore St., or online at www.wwpr.us.
▪ Paul Mitchell The School in Richland is holding a 2-mile fun run April 24 in Columbia Park, with proceeds going to the Gary Sinise Foundation, which raises money for veterans. Tickets cost $35, and participants will receive a T-shirt and water bottle. The run starts at noon at the Edison Street exit at the Columbia Park Trail, and ends at the Regional Veterans Memorial in the park. Tickets can be purchased then or at the Paul Mitchell school. Information: April Meise, 509-308-9828, firstname.lastname@example.org.
▪ For a schedule of upcoming running and multi-sport events in the Tri-Cities and local area, go to www.3RRR.org and click on the Calendar section of the 3 Rivers Road Runners website.
▪ Walla Walla Parks and Recreation is accepting player registrations for its 16-and-over co-ed soccer league. League games will be played on Sundays, with each team playing six games. There also will be a postseason tournament. Individuals without a team can call the Parks and Recreation department at 509-527-4527 or email email@example.com to be placed on an interest list. The list will be made available to teams looking for additional players.
▪ Mini-Kickers Soccer Clinic for kids age 4-5 runs Tuesdays through May 3, 4:15-5 p.m. at the west end of Chiawana Park. Cost is $28 for Pasco residents, $35 for nonresidents. Info: Allison Mathews with Pasco Recreation Services at 545-3456.
▪ The Bomber Soccer Academy for ages 6-13 begins in June and is led by Richland High School boys soccer coach Octavio DoValle, who will teach a Brazilian style of play. Camp 1 is June 13-17, Camp 2 is June 20-24 and Camp 3 is June 27-July 1. All sessions are 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Bomber Field. Cost is $80 for ages 6-10 and $90 for ages 11-13. Proceeds from the camp will be used to help improve the soccer fields at Richland High School. More information: Call 509-628-0283, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to http://bombersoccer.com.
▪ Walla Walla Parks and Recreation is accepting player registrations for its 16-and-over men’s and co-ed softball league. Each team will play 20 games, including a league tournament, at Mill Creek Sportsplex. League play goes from early May through July. Registration available at www.wwpr.us. Individuals without a team can call the Parks and Recreation department at 509-527-4527 to be placed on an interest list.
▪ The Rattlesnake Mountain Shooting Facility Rose-Iris General Purpose Range is open to the public for weekly target shooting from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Wednesdays and Friday-Sunday. Located near milepost 8 on State Route 225, north of Benton City. Each adult non-member shooter must pay a $10 fee. Persons under 18 years old may shoot for free when accompanied by a parent, guardian or grandparent. The Tri-Cities Shooting Association provides a staff of trained Range Safety Officers. The Shotgun Trap and Skeet Ranges are open from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and 1-9 p.m. Wednesday. Go to www.tcsa.info for details.
▪ Washington State Volleyball will hold three summer camps on the Pullman campus: Youth Camp (boys and girls entering grades 1-6), Individual All-Skills Camp (boys and girls entering grades 7-12) and High School Team Camp/Tournament (girls entering grades 7-12). Information and registration: http://www.athletics.wsu.edu/camps/.
▪ Yoga Community, 4415 W. Clearwater in Kennewick, has beginning and advanced classes. A Chakra Yoga workshop will be held from 9 a.m.-noon April 30; open to all levels. Cost is $45. Call 521-4287 or go to www.theyogacommunity.com.
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