Recreation Calendar

February 19, 2013 

recreation calendar

Recreation Calendar lists upcoming events first followed by ongoing events in rotation, in alphabetical order.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Feb. 23: The Manatee County 4-H Foundation is inviting golfers to participate in the 22nd annual Clover Classic Golf Tournament on Feb. 23 at The Preserve Golf Club, 7310 Tara Preserve Lane. The fundraiser, which features an 8 a.m. shotgun start, will benefit the 4-H youth programs in Manatee County. The $100-per-player registration fee includes green fees, cart, lunch and door prizes. For registration information, call the Manatee County 4-H office at 941-722-4524 before Feb. 15.

Feb. 23-24: Junior golfers ages 11-18 are invited to compete in the Arrowhead Junior Golf Tour's Oak Wing Junior Classic on Feb. 23-24 in Alexandria, La. The entry fee is $195. Call Owen Seiler at 318-402-2446 to enter by noon Feb. 20.

March 2: Bradenton Country Club will hold the Cure for Kids tennis doubles tournament March 2 at Bradenton Country Club. The entry fee is $50 per person, plus $10 for two events. Register online at USTA.com by Feb. 27. For more information on any of these events, email Laurie at laurietinnel@gmail.com.

March 5: The Pittsburgh Pirates and Bradenton Marauders are accepting registrations for the fourth annual Baseball Basics for Women clinic. The clinic is intended for youth adult and adult women interested in learning or refining their baseball fundamentals. It will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. March 5 at McKechnie Field. The registration fee is $40. Pirates major- and minor-league player players and coaches will instruct participants. Each participant will receive a free T-shirt and a ticket to the March 8 game against the Baltimore Orioles. Gecko's Grill & Pub will provide dinner after the clinic. Visit www.bradentonmarauders.com for a registration form or contact Stacy Morgan at 941-747-3031, ext. 4365, or stacy.morgan@pirates.com.

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