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Pumas 2010 season tickets now on sale
Season tickets for the Kitsap Pumas’ 2010 season went on sale Tuesday. Accompanying each season ticket package is a complimentary official team scarf, while supplies last. Fans also may opt for a 10 percent discount off the standard season ticket package price of $110.
Packages include tickets to all 2010 preseason, exhibition and regular-season home matches, a minimum of 11 games. U.S. Open Cup matches, playoffs and championship matches are excluded.
Purchases can be made on-site at club headquarters, 4020 Wheaton Way in Bremerton, or online at www.brownpapertickets.com.
For additional information, contact Ben Pecora at (360) 377-6008.
ISPN Sports schedule
Kevin Mac will provide live coverage of Bremerton football’s season-opener against Klahowya today on the Internet Sports Network, www.ispn.com. Pre-game show begins 6:30 p.m. and kickoff is at 7 p.m.
The ISPN Sports Show is tomorrow from 10 a.m. to noon and will include featured guest Brian Hallquist, a mixed martial arts fight promoter, as well as interviews and audio highlights from the Bremerton-Klahowya broadcast.
Gold Mountain Ladies Golf Club
The following are the results of the Alternate Shot, Scramble, Best Ball Tournament, in which the Gold Mountain Ladies Golf Club competed Tuesday:
1. Janet Weiland and Mary Figgis, 63; 2. Sue Burklund and Barb Chiado, 64; 3. Teri Smith and Keiko Okada, 67.
1. (tie) Cathy Backlund and Bonnie Becke, and Claudia Olson and Rita Cooper, 66.5; 3. (tie) Bobbie Lyon and Shirley Cann, and Carole Rasmussen and Lorraine Gibbs, 70.
1. Elaine Naddeo and Jeannette Kirschman, 63; 2. Sue Allensworth and Margie Shurts, 64.5; 3. Colleen Shorrock and Ruth Drollinger, 66.
Olympic Outdoor Center moving to new location
The Olympic Outdoor Center, the state’s largest kayak rental provider, is moving from Poulsbo to Port Gamble to create a world-renowned water sports center in partnership with Pope Resources, the owners of Port Gamble.
The community is invited to a grand opening gala during Old Mill Days, Sept. 26-27. The gala will include a drawing for a free kayak, a wheel of fortune with free prizes, $10 kayak rentals, in-store specials, $25 kayak tours and live music by the Lemolo Band. (Tours and music are Sept. 26).
A moving sale has begun at the Poulsbo location, on now until Sept. 21.
OOC will keep its seasonal operations in Poulsbo and Seabeck, including kayak rental, storage, classes and tours. Year-round rentals will be available in Port Gamble as soon as the new store opens.
The new retail store will be located in the historic Port Gamble Fire House, 32379 Rainier Avenue NE. For additional information, call (800) 592-5983 or visit olympicoutdoorcenter.com.
The Central Kitsap School District will host a free workshop, “Concussion: The Invisible Injury,” from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12 at Ridgetop Junior High School.
Athletic directors, coaches, athletes and parents are invited to attend. The workshop will feature Dr. Stanley A. Herring, team physician for the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Mariners and co-medical director of the new Seattle Sports Concussion Clinic.
Participants will learn when to seek medical care, why concussions can be unpredictable, when it is safe to return to play and how to avoid more serious complications. There also will be an opportunity to ask questions.
For additional information, contact John Cervinsky, CKSD athletic director, at (360) 662-1605.