GoFundMe page set up for Eagles
ELIZABETHTOWN — A GoFundMe page has been initiated by Shannon Meares, the mother of an East Bladen football player, in an effort to financially assist with pre-game meals prior to Eagles football games.
The meals, which can cost more than $100 each Friday, cover varsity and jayvee football players and the cheerleaders.
To participate in the program, contact Meares or Coach Robby Priest, or visit the page at www.gofundme.com/ebhsfootball.
Lady Knights tennis try-outs set
DUBLIN — West Bladen girls tennis try-outs will be held on Monday, July 31, from 8 to 10 a.m.
Each participant must have a updated physical on file in order to participate in the try-outs. Bring a racquet, towel, and either some bottle water or a sports drink with you.
You can email Coach Mary White at email@example.com or you may email Coach Jeff Atkinson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Rec soccer registration is now open
ELIZABETHTOWN — Recreation soccer registration will continue through Sept. 1 at the Bladen County Parks & Recreation Department.
Registration fees are: Tot Soccer (ages 3 to 4) $25 per participant; soccer (ages 5 to 7 coed, 8to 10 girls and boys, 11 to 14 boys and girls $30 per participant. Age is determined as of Aug. 1.
For information, call 910-862-6770.
Children can hunt for free
TAR HEEL — If you are looking for a safe place for your children or grandchildren to learn and hunt — all at no cost — David Monroe has what you need.
Monroe is offering a safe place for children to hunt on his land located at 601 Main St. in Tar Heel.
For information, call Monroe at 910-585-1739.
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