Summer still in full swing with activities, concerts and benefits |

Summer still in full swing with activities, concerts and benefits

Kim Riggs
For the Appeal

Just when you thought baseball was over, Little League’s fall ball registration is now available at

This is a noncompetitive, instructional league to prepare the kids for the next level of play.

The league also need volunteers to help with coaching, score keeping and umpiring. Because Pop Warner Football plays at Governor’s Field, all fall Little League games will be played at the beautiful Edmonds Sport Complex.

Little League Fall Ball

WHERE: Edmonds Sport Complex

WHEN: Games played Aug. 25-Oct. 20

COST: $50 per child

CONTACT: 883-8445 or visit


The local freshman football players are holding a car wash, and you can help by driving down, getting your car clean and tipping them a few dollars.

Bring your work vehicle, tell your friends and neighbors. The boys are ready to wash those vehicles.

Car Wash

WHAT: CHS freshman football team car wash

WHERE: St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, corner of Saliman Road and Highway 50 East

WHEN: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sat.

NOTE: If you have a pre-sale ticket for our earlier car wash from July 14, please redeem it Saturday.


The Saint Benedict Society of Corpus Christi is hosting its 11th annual Ice Cream Social.

This is a great event for young and old alike. The fun will begin with delicious food, yummy ice cream, games, prizes and raffles for all ages. Bingo will be offered for the adults.

The highlight of the event is the cash drawing. Three lucky winners will receive a portion of the cash prize.

All proceeds benefit the building fund. Be sure to bring your family and friends.

Ice Cream Social

WHAT: Saint Benedict Society of Corpus Christi’s 11th annual Ice Cream Social.

WHERE: Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 5335 Snyder Ave.

WHEN: 1-5 p.m. Aug. 26

CONTACT: Bob at Corpus Christi at 882-1967.


The Knights of Columbus will be hosting a charity golf tournament, and everyone is invited to play at beautiful Thunder Canyon.

This golf course is always a challenge. There will be lots of food and prizes.

Get your four-man scramble and submit your own team, or they can hook you up with other pros – just like you.

Sinners welcome.

Golf tournament

WHAT: The Knights of Columbus Charity Golf Tournament

WHERE: Thunder Canyon Golf Course in Washoe Valley

WHEN: 1 p.m. Sunday

COST: $100 per golfer, includes dinner

CONTACT: Lee Ann at 882-0882 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Reservations due by Wednesday.


The Brewery Arts Center’s 15th annual beer tasting will kick off the 2007 Jazz and Beyond festival with more than 15 microbrews.

Enjoy the many varieties of microbrews on tap like Ruby Mountain Wheat, Fat Tire Amber Ale, while listening to great jazz with the Mile High Jazz Band, Johnny Hamlin Trio, Cherry Poppin Daddies, and more.

Jazz and Beyond

WHO: presented by the Brewery Arts Center and the Mile High Jazz Band Assoc.

WHERE: Brewery Arts Center, 449 W. King St.

WHEN: 6-9 p.m. Aug. 17

COST: Admission to the three-day festival is free. Tickets to the beer tasting are $20 and can be purchased at the door or in advance from Ben’s Fine Wine & Spirits, 444 E William St., or at the BAC.

CONTACT: Brewery Arts Center at 883-4154, or see the Web site

NEXT WEEK: CHS football’s annual Adele’s Dinner & Dance and Kerri Oxoby’s Scholarship Golf Tournament.

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