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A Midcoast Audubon trip on Saturday, June 25, will visit The Davidson Preserve in Vassalboro and Augusta Airport to bird through blueberry fields, explore mixed woodland and visit a Great Blue Heron rookery situated over a beaver bog. Meet at Lincoln County News in Newcastle at 7 a.m. or at the preserve. For more information, call 563-3293.
Golf tourney seeks sponsors
ROCKPORT, Maine — Organizers of the Midcoast Breast Cancer Classic golf tournament, set for Thursday, Aug. 18, are seeking sponsors. The tourney will be hosted by the Rockland Women’s Golf Association and held at the Rockland Golf Club, 606 Old County Road.
Sponsors are needed to help support this new fundraiser for breast cancer support services, through Pen Bay Healthcare, in the midcoast.
During the event, part of each golfer’s entrance fee will be donated to breast cancer support services. Those who are neither players nor sponsors may make a donation in honor of a loved one who has been affected by breast cancer. Sponsors’ and donors’ names will be on display throughout the tournament.
The Midcoast Breast Cancer Classic is a four-player scramble, open to both men and women. There will be a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The fee of $80 per player includes 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch, gift bags, prizes and fun. Other highlights include raffles and chair massages by donation for players and observers. The lunch will be provided by Sweet Sensations Cafe.
To become a sponsor or for more information, call 594-6703 or email Megan Williams at email@example.com.
Medicinal plant walk
ROCKLAND, Maine — Georges River Land Trust will sponsor a walk to identify medicinal plants with well-known naturalist Wanda Garland 10 a.m.-noon Thursday, June 23. The walk will take place on a historic property where medicinal plants were collected. The land is now protected with a conservation easement held by Georges River Land Trust.
Call the Georges River Land Trust office at 594-5166 to register for the free event and receive directions.
Point Lookout Soccer Academy 2011 is accepting registrations for the week of July 18-22. The academy is directed by Ryan Hurley, Camden Hills Regional High School varsity boys soccer coach, and Don Beckwith, Maranacook High School boys varsity soccer coach. Camp is open to boys and girls age 6 to 13. Download the camp information and registration forms at http://www.penbaysoccerclub.org/ under the “Summer Camps” page or call 931-5015 for more information.