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Benefit golf tournament is planned

The OASIS Pregnancy Care Center is hosting its third annual golf tournament April 28 at Groves Country Club in Land O'Lakes. The organization offers encouragement and support for families experiencing an unplanned pregnancy through counseling and education. Check-in for the tournament opens at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start and four-person scramble at 8:30 a.m. At 12:30 p.m. there will be a lunch and awards ceremony. The deadline to register is April 21 and the cost is $75 per person or $300 per foursome, which includes a Hungry Harry's Barbecue buffet, a super prize ticket and entry into longest drive and closest to the pin competitions. For information, call (813) 406-4965 or visit heartsforoasis.org/golf-tournament.

YOUTH LEAGUE: i9 Sports, the noncompetitive youth sports league, is holding open registrations for its spring and summer flag football, soccer, basketball and t-ball leagues. The leagues are open to all kids ages 3-16. There are no drafts, tryouts, cuts or fundraising involved with this league. There is an every-child-plays policy and fields are located throughout Pasco County. For more information, visit www.i9sports.com or call (813) 532-1507.

YOGA: The Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex will host an eight-week adaptive yoga camp for special-needs youth ages 3 to 22 starting Apr. 11. The program will follow the basic principles of yoga as well as enhance bilateral integration skills, motor coordination skills, core strengthening, flexibility, attention/focus, organization of activity level, hand-eye coordination, balance, following multistep directions, and peer and social interaction. This camp will be led by licensed, insured and experienced occupational therapists who have been trained in adaptive yoga for children with special needs. The camp will take place from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays in April and May and cost $250 per four-week session. For information, call occupational therapist Angela Hill at (813) 469-2021. To register, call the recreation complex at (813) 929-1220.

SOFTBALL: Fivay High School will hold its second annual "Fly" Ball Tournament," a staff versus student softball showcase that will raise money for the school, on April 13. Gates open at 1 p.m. Tickets will be on sale at the gate for $2 and concessions will be available. For information, call Brian Borruso at (727) 858-8836.

CORN TOSS: Corn Toss for a Cause tournaments in Dade City and Wesley Chapel will help Big Brothers Big Sisters match more children in Pasco County with caring, adult mentors. Beef O'Brady's in Dade City will host the first tournament from 2 to 6 p.m. April 21. Registration for a team of two is $25. The winner receives $50, a Beef's gift card and entry into the Shops at Wiregrass Corn Toss Tournament on April 28. That tournament will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. at Wiregrass Brass Tap in Wesley Chapel. Registration for a team of two is $40 and the winner receives $100. For information, contact Jan Roberts at (813) 769-3614 or email jan.roberts@bbbsfl.org.

Benefit golf tournament is planned 04/03/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, April 3, 2012 8:31pm]
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