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LC VALLEY DOWN AND DIRTY MUD RUN – The LC Valley Down and Dirty Mud Run will take place on August 21 at 8:00 am at the Lewiston Roundup Grounds. The event is partly cross-country and partly obstacle course for all age groups. Runners can test their skills on 14 obstacles on a 2.8-mile or 4-mile course. There is also a mini mudder course for children. The cost is $ 49 for the two longer courses and $ 24 for the mini mudder. The proceeds will go to local charities. In order to guarantee a t-shirt, medal and other items, participants must register by today. You can then register until the day of the race. For more information, see lcvdownanddirty.com.
NI-MII-PUU FUND GOLD SCRAMBLE – The Red Wolf Glf Club will be performing its Ni-Mii-Puu Fund Gold Scramble on Friday at 8:00 am. The cost is $ 125 per player. The deadline for entries is Thursday. For more information, call the Pro Shop at (509) 758-7911.
LCSC MEN’S BASKETBALL DOLLAR AUCTION – The Lewis Clark State men’s basketball team will hold its annual dollar auction fundraiser at the Lewiston Roundup Grounds on Friday at 5:30 pm. During the dollar auction, a person with his back to the audience sets a predetermined time for which an auction item is bid. The time accompanied by music ranges from 20 to 90 seconds. Each table has a runner who holds a table number plate in his hand. When an item is bid, anyone at the table who wishes to bid on the item holds up a dollar bill. A runner then holds up the table number that the auctioneer calls out. When the number is called, the runner takes a dollar bill from one bidder and then quickly moves on to the next bidder at the table. The auctioneer quickly retrieves numbers so that dollar bills can be collected. When the music stops, the person who held up the last dollar bill collected by a runner wins when the time runs out. The cost is $ 45 and includes dinner and free beer, wine, or soda. Tickets can be bought at events.handbid.com/auctions/lc-state-mens-basketball-dollar-auction
BENEFIT RUN – The Seaport Striders will do their charity run on August 6th at 7:00 p.m. on the Asotin High School athletics and soccer field. The 3-mile event costs $ 10 and benefits cross-country programs at Asotin, Clarkston, and Lewiston high schools. For more information, email email@example.com.
SOON MOUNTAIN TRIATHLON – The second Bald Mountain Triathlon will take place on Sunday at 8 a.m. Because of the recent forest fires, the organization has changed course. The event takes place at the Deyo Reservoir outside of Weippe and begins with a 300-yard swim at the reservoir, then a 21-mile bike ride and a 3.5-mile run around the reservoir. The cost is $ 20, with an option for a team of two to three participants of all ages and genders for $ 50. Participants receive a t-shirt and a goody bag. The closing date for entries is 6 p.m. on Saturday. For more information, call Ann Lima at (612) 360-4122 or Chris Allen at (208) 827-0845. To log in, go to active.com/pierce-id/triathlon/races/bald-mountain-triathlon-2021
PALOUSE OPEN HORSESHOE PITCHING TOURNAMENT – The Palouse Open, a National Horseshoe Pitching Association-approved event, will be held in East City Park on August 14th at 9:00 am. Participants must be current members of the NHPA and have a current NATSTATS ring average. The cost is $ 5 and the event is limited to eight mugs. Registration closes on August 12th at 9 p.m. For more information or to register, call Kay Keskinen, Tournament Director at (208) 882-0737.
LENTIL FESTIVAL 3v3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT – The Pullman Parks and Recreation Department is hosting its Lentil Festival 3v3 basketball tournament for grades 3-8 players on August 21. The cost is $ 75 per team. Participation is on August 13th. To register, go to pullmanparksandrec.com. For more information, call (509) 338-3227.
LENTIL FESTIVAL CO-ED SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT – The Pullman Parks and Recreation Department will host its Lentil Festival Co-ed softball tournament on August 21st. The teams are guaranteed three games. The cost is $ 175. For more information or to register, contact Kurt Dahmen at (509) 338-3225 or Kurt.Dahmen@Pullman-Wa.gov.
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS HOT AUGUST HOOPS TOURNEY – The Lewis Clark Valley Boys and Girls Clubs are hosting their Hot August Hoops 3v3 basketball tournament for third grade through adult teams on August 28th. Registration for the event starts Tuesday. The cost is $ 150 per team, with registrations closing on August 20th. Classes 3-12 teams must register at the Lewiston Club, 1021 Burrell Ave., between 1:30 pm and 5:30 pm on weekdays. Adult teams can register online at poweroftheclub.org/athletcs. For more information, contact (208) 791-2394 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
KYRO YOUTH FALL REGISTRATIONS – The Kooskia Youth Recreation Organization will hold its youth soccer and cheerleading registrations from Aug. 20, 6-6: 45pm at the Clearwater Valley High School Arcade. The programs offered are tackle football for grades 3-4, 5-6 and cheerleading for grades 3-6. The cost is $ 50 for cheerleading and includes pompoms and $ 75 for soccer. For more information or to volunteer, go to facebook.com/gokyro
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS FALL SPORTS REGISTRATION – Registration for the Lewis-Clark Valley Flag Football and Fall Football League Boys & Girls clubs begins Tuesday. League games start on September 18th and last through October 30th. The cost is $ 60 for soccer and $ 80 for flag football. All registration fees include an annual club membership of $ 25, which runs from August through May. Registration for fall sports ends on August 25th, but there is a one-week late registration period from August 25th to September. 1 and includes a $ 15 late fee. Registrations can be submitted online at poweroftheclub.org/athletics or at the Lewiston Club, 1021 Burrell Ave, weekdays from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Registrations for reduced fees must be made in the club. For more information, contact (208) 791-2394 or email@example.com.
FUTURE STARS TENNIS CLINIC – The Lewiston, Clarkston and Lewis-Clark State College coaching team will be running three free tennis classes for grades 6-8 players. The event will be an introduction to the sport by playing games and performing a variety of exercises. The school principals are available on site to answer any questions. The training courses take place from 9 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. on August 14, 21 and 28. The August 14 event will be held at Clarkston High School, August 21 at the Lewis-Clark State Tennis Center, and August 28 at Lewiston High School. For more information or to register, send an email to TennisCenter@lcsc.edu. Pre-registration is recommended.
CLARKSTON, LEWISTON ALUMNI GIRLS ‘SOCCER GAME – An alumni game between former players of the Clarkston and Lewiston girls’ soccer teams will take place at 6:30 p.m. at Clarkston High School on September 10, following the scheduled high school game between the two teams . A social event will take place after the alumni game. For more information or to sign up to play, email Richard Gayler at firstname.lastname@example.org.