LWW tourney planned, bikeathon on tap
The 10th Annual Swing -Along golf outing will be held at the Lake Wildwood Country Club May 5.
The event, which is a benefit for Music in the Mountains, is open to players of all levels. Participants will receive lunch, a seat at the presentation banquet and a shot at various contests and prizes.
Entry forms can be picked up at the Lake Wildwood C.C., Lake of the Pines C.C., Nevada County C.C., The Ridge C.C. And Auburn Valley C.C. pro shops.
Contact Ron Avanzino at 432-9647, or Bob McAfee 432-9428 for more information.
LOP Golf tourney
is slated in June
The Lake of the Pines Mens Invitational Golf Tournament is right around the corner and its organizers need sponsors.
The event, which is scheduled to run June 6-8, has a limited number of hole sponsorships at $125 available for area businesses.
Along with a sign with the business name, address and phone number, which will be placed at one of the tee boxes, sponsors will receive two free rounds of golf, including a cart on June 23 or later, an invitation for two to the hosted party on the tournament’s opening night, an ad in the June LOP newspaper and a sponsor board which will be displayed at all LOP mens golf club functions.
Contact LOPMGC Director of Promotions and Publicity Len Ulloa at 268-0494 for more information.
The 13th Annual Cycle for Sight Bikeathon will be held at Pioneer Park in Nevada City May 18.
The mountain biking event, which is co-sponsored by Sierra Services for the Blind and the Bicyclists of Nevada County, will offer a 26-mile intermediate to advanced cross country course and a 13-mile fun downhill ride targeted toward beginners.
The $25 individual or $35 family plan entry fee includes a home-cooked barbecue meal and the choice of a water bottle or cup. Participants who bring in $100 in pledges will have their registration fee waived. A walking tour of the Victorian homes and buildings of Nevada City will also be available.
For more information, contact Sierra Services of the Blind at 265-2121, or visit the office at 546 Searls Avenue in Nevada City.
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