Youth league registering now
Planet Lacrosse is registering youth for its three teams -- boys second-fourth grade; boys fifth and sixth; and girls second-fifth grades. -- to compete with other youth in the Charlotte area. Plans for Summer Select Teams for boys and girls, a summer league, camps, clinics, fall ball and a tournament also are under way.
The group, founded in 2006 in the Tega Cay/Fort Mill area, is partnering with the Charlotte Women's Lacrosse Club and expanding into other areas of the Charlotte region.
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The goal is to efficiently deliver lacrosse instruction to boys and girls aged 6 to 18 and enable student athletes to play at the highest level.
To find out more, visit planetlacrosseusa.com.
Adult league registering
BELMONT -- Belmont Parks & Recreation Department, 37 E. Woodrow Ave., is holding registration this month for adult soccer. The registration fee is $25 in city, $35 out of city. For more information, call 704-825-8191 or visit belmontparksandrec.com.
Sign-ups for adult league under way
BELMONT -- Belmont Parks & Recreation Department, 37 E. Woodrow Ave., is holding registration this month for adult basketball. The registration fee is $35 in city, $45 out of city. For more information, call 704-825-8191 or visit belmontparksandrec.com.
Adult league registering
BELMONT -- Belmont Parks & Recreation Department, 37 E. Woodrow Ave., is holding registration this month for adult volleyball.The registration fee is $20 in city, $30 out of city. For more information, call 704-825-8191 or visit belmontparksandrec.com.
Adult league formng in Wylie
LAKE WYLIE -- River Hills Community Church is starting an 18 and older co-ed recreational volleyball program March 17 to run through May 26 in the Life Center gym. Registration forms must be received by March 13.
The program is being managed by Don and Linda Murfin, who joined RHCC in March 2008, transferring their membership from The Chapel in Akron, Ohio where they managed the volleyball program.
Membership at RHCC is not required. It is focused on building Christian fellowship and recreational enjoyment.
The games will be self scoring and self refereed. Teams of 8 to 10 individuals, mixed as evenly as possible between men and women, will be formed to achieve at least six people each night. Aggressive play will not be permitted.
Rally scoring will be used to keep the games moving. Team captains will be recruited from among the players.
Depending on the response, play times will be a maximum of 90 minutes. Play will start promptly at 7 p.m.
If two sessions are needed to handle the number of people desiring to play, the second session will start at 8:30 p.m. and the teams will rotate between the two sessions.
Registration forms are available at the church office, 104 Hamilton's Ferry Road, or online at rhcconline.org. For more information, call 803-831-1616.
Support AAL, be a sponsor
Animal Adoption League will host its second annual Wishes for Whiskers Golf Classic on May 16 at Glen Oaks Golf Club, 245 Golf Course Road, Maiden, N.C.
AAL -- based in York County that serves the greater Charlotte area -- is a nonprofit founded in 1992 offering veterinary care, foster homes and an adoption outlet for animals.
Shotgun start is at 1:45 p.m. Cost is $75 per golfer and includes eight holes, cart, driving range, lunch, dinner, raffle ticket and goodie bag.
Prizes also will be awarded for first- and second-place teams, as well as closest to pin and longest drive.
All proceeds benefit Animal Adoption League. Sponsor levels begin at $20.
For information, call 704-879-4157 or visit mynextpet.com.