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On Deck, a sports calendar for Sept. 12, 2013


Shooting lessons

At Bangor, Individual Shooting and Player Position Play Lessons, $30 for one-hour sessions per player, two players $15 per hour, site provided, for info contact Bob Cimbollek at 356-6787.

Basketball Officials Class

At Winterport, Reeds Brook Middle School, Room 164, Eastern Maine Board 111 of the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials is offering a prospective officials class for anyone age 18 or older interested in becoming certified basketball officials, open to individuals living in Hancock, Knox, Penobscot, Piscataquis and Waldo Counties; class will be held in R are eligible to take this class. The class will be held Sundays and Wednesdays from 6-8:30 p.m. for seven weeks starting Sept. 29 and culminating with a written rules test on Nov. 4, a fee covers books, materials and testing; contact Dave Ames, Board #111 Interpreter, at 789-5118 or via email at damesref@tidewater.net

Nov. 2-3

At Fredericton, New Brunswick, sixth annual Delta Hotel Northside Minor Basketball Association, seeking Maine teams for its event Nov. 2-3, Basketball New Brunswick Bamtam A, B for girls in grades 7-8, three games guaranteed, visit www.northsidehoops.com or contact Brad Janes at brad.janes@nbcc.ca.


Friday, Sept. 13

At Kennebunk, Webhannet Golf Club, Curtis Lake Christian Church second annual Freedom Classic Golf Tournament; benefits Amirah Boston and Caring Unlimited; registration noon, with shotgun start at 1 p.m. ; awards reception, raffle, and dinner at Webhannet Clubhouse. $110 per player or $400 per foursome; hole sponsorship opportunities at $150 for non-golfers who want to help. Sharon Rogers at 324-065 or sharon@curtislake.org.

Saturday, Sept. 14

At Brooks, Country View Golf Course, FUTURE MSAD3’s 10th annual golf tournament fundraiser, Sept. 14, continental breakfast and lunch served, many prizes, call Shirley Caler 342-5993, or visit www.futuremsad3.org

Saturday, Sept. 21

At Old Town, Hidden Meadows Golf Course, the Old Town Rotary Club Charity Golf Tournament, four-person scramble starts at 9 a.m., $300 first -place prize money, $200 per team, which includes carts, or $50 per player for those looking to hook up with a team, teams paid by Sept. 19 can save $25 on their entry fee, field is limited to the first 18 teams that sign up, other teams will be put on standby in case there is a cancellation, entry blanks available at Hidden Meadows Golf Course, Gossamer Press, and several other local golf courses and locations, benefits Sarah’s House and the rest of the Rotary Charities, for more info call the pro shop at 827-4779


Fall classes

At Bangor, Bangor Parks and Recreation building, Bangor Parks and Recreation and Pine Tree Karate are now accepting registrations for its September and/or October Karate Classes for both beginner and experienced participants; beginners on Mondays and Wednesdays; experienced on Tuesdays and Thursdays; $60 for residents, $65 for nonresidents; visit www.bangorparksandrec.com or call the office at 992-4490.


Saturday, Sept. 14

At Millinocket, Stearns High School, 199 State St., Trails End Festival 5K run/walk and 2.5K walk to benefit the Michaud Trail Maintenance Fund, registration begins 7 a.m., race 8 a.m., $15, race follows the newly developed Michaud Trail through downtown, prizes and raffle available after the run, T-shirts available for additional fee; info at www.trailsendfestival.com, registration at www.active.com.

Sunday, Sept.15

At Bangor, start at Bangor Waterfront, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure 5K, 10 a.m., register on-line at www.komenmaine.org or call 922-3303, registration opportunities at Broadway Shopping Center next to H&R Block Sept. 5-14, race morning registration at the waterfront 7:30-9:30 a.m.

Saturday, Sept. 21

At Bangor, Race for Myeloma at the James Doughty School, race-day registration at 8:30 a.m., race for walkers at 9:30 a.m. and for runners at 10 a.m.; online registration is available at active.com, race benefits go to Multiple Myeloma, a rare blood cancer for which there is no cure, for more info contact Becky at raceformyelomabangor@gmail.com

Saturday, Sept. 28

At Baileyville, Woodland High School, Dragon’s Breath 5K Run/Walk, sponsored by WHS National Honor Society, race starts at 9 a.m., registration begins at 8 a.m., $15, first 50 registrants receive free T-shirt; 7 age divisions, with medals; registration forms available at www.active.com or on Facebook; contact Woodland High School at



Sunday, Sept. 15

At Canaan, Silverton Sporting Ranch’s Youth Sporting Clays Event, 9 a.m., ages 10-18, 25 and then 50 targets, preregistration is not required but appreciated by calling 399-3647 or emailing info@silvertonsportingranch.com


Sunday, Oct. 13

At Orono, University of Maine, University of Maine Softball Boot Camp, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., clinic for prospective Black Bear players to feature skills development and teach goal setting, leadership, nutrition, strength and conditioning, the college recruiting process with a tour of UMaine; boot camp directed by UMaine coaches Lynn Coutts and Mike Coutts with Black Bear players; open to players in grades 9-12; contact Lynn Coutts by email at lynn.coutts@umit.maine.edu or by phone at 207-581-4065.

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