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Breakaway Businessman's Golf Tournament to benefit Rotary projects

VOLLEYBALL: The New Port Richey Recreation Center hosts open volleyball for all ages from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursdays. The cost is $4 per person. For information, call (727) 841-4560.

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VOLLEYBALL: The New Port Richey Recreation Center hosts open volleyball for all ages from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursdays. The cost is $4 per person. For information, call (727) 841-4560.

The Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Daybreak will hold its 19th annual Breakaway Businessman's Golf Tournament on Oct. 14 at Scotland Yard in Dade City.

The tournament will be in scramble format. Registrations begin at noon, shotgun start at 1 p.m.

Proceeds will benefit the projects of Rotary International, the Women's Care Center of Zephyrhills, local college scholarships, the Zephyrhills City Water Park, the local Eastside 8 Rotary food drive, the Literacy Project, and medical center in Haiti.

The cost is $80 per person and includes carts, green fees, an awards dinner and prizes. For information, contact Chris Robin at (813) 783-7017 or Theresa Sommers at (813) 788-3369.

MORE GOLF: Golfing for a Cure, a four-person golf scramble to benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, will be held Oct. 8 at the Abbey Course at Saint Leo University. The event will begin at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start. A lunch of hot dogs and hamburgers will follow. The entry fee is $30 and includes golf, cart, lunch and contests. Pasco Motors in Dade City will give a GMC Terrain for a hole-in-one on a designated hole. Cash prizes will be awarded to first- through third-place teams, plus contest winners, compliments of Covanta Energy. All proceeds from the golf scramble will benefit Relay for Life in San Antonio. For information or an entry form, call (352) 588-4037 or e-mail [email protected] Entry is limited to the first 100 players or 25 teams.

LACROSSE: The Wesley Chapel Athletic Association will host the "I Lacrosse My Heart" all girls charity lacrosse tournament Oct. 29 and 30 at Wesley Chapel District Park. The tournament will include a scrimmage between the new women's college lacrosse teams of Saint Leo and Florida Southern. The event will feature clinics taught by college coaches and players. Middle and high school-age players will take part in a four-game minimum seven-vs.-seven tournament at a cost of $10. The association will contribute 25 percent of the net profits to St. Joseph's Children's Hospital. For information or to register, visit wclacrosse.org or e-mail [email protected]

IRON KIDS: The New Port Richey Recreation Center will hold an Iron Kids Strength and Conditioning Program on Tuesdays beginning Oct. 11. The program is for kids ages 10-17: Ages 10-13 have class from 5 to 5:45 p.m. and ages 14-17 have class from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m. The cost is $3 per class or $10 per month. For information, call (727) 841-4560.

CHEERLEADING: The New Port Richey Recreation Center also hosts cheerleading for kids on Fridays. Kids age 5-8 have class at 6 p.m., while kids age 9 and up will begin at 7 p.m. The cost is $7 per class. For information, call (727) 841-4560.

To submit information on community sports events, contact David Rice at [email protected]

Breakaway Businessman's Golf Tournament to benefit Rotary projects 09/27/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, September 27, 2011 5:25pm]
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