Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Southern Alberta Summer Games Fort Macleod, August 7-10 LETHBRIDGE CITY COMPETITION IN TRACK AND FIELD TENNIS SLOW PITCH HORSESHOES CYCLING SWIMMING ARCHERY SYNCRONIZED SWIMMING SMALL BORE EQUESTRIAN SPECIAL GOLF TRAPSHOOTING THE LETHBRIDuE JUNE Community Summer Program NOVICE COMPETITION MASS PARTICIPATION TRACK A FIELD A 1st Annual Lethbridge City Track Meet Is now under consideration. Tentatively July 6 will host age groups 15 and under and July 13 will host the 16 and over age group. The Track Meet will be held In the morning at the Civic Center with aggregate trophies to be pre- sented to the winners of the various age groups, Sports Chairman Jim Murray SMALL BORE Playoffs will be held June 26 at p.m. at the Leth- bridge Fish and Game Club, One can register be- forehand or at the competition. Sports Hobbs SWIM CLU1 Is operating at the Lions St. N. Regis- trations will be accepted at the- Lions Pool weekdays 12-1 p.m.. 5-6 p.m. Sports Wilson P SLOW PITCH Age Senior Men Women, Open Men Women. Junor Men Women. One team is made up of 18 players, a coach and trainer or manager. Tentative Dates: July 5. 6, 7. Sports Ed Cutler HORSESHOES Playdowns will be held at the Indian Battle Horseshoe I Pits Saturday July 13 starting at 2 p.m. For further II til information phone the Summer Games Office. I Sports Moodte CYCLING A new event this year. A cycling clinic will be held June 22. For father Information phone the Summer Office. Sports Wade LOCAL PLAYDOWN dates in the different sports will be advertised in the NEWS MEDIA. For further Information or registration forms Contact Debbie Mcllroy at the Local Summer Games Office Community Services Office 328-2341 Ext. 202 Y The Lethbridge Archery Club in connection with the Summer Games Program presents an ARCHERY CLINIC Purpose of this clinic is to provide practice with in- struction available to all people over 10 wishing to enter the Summer Games. The location is the camp- grounds west across the Old Man River starting June 12. Registrations will be accepted at the Summer Games Booth, Civic Centre, June 11, 12, 13. Sports Popson A SPECIAL QOLF Open to Men and Women 45-55 years of age and 55 and over, Tournament will be held at the Country Club. EQUESTRIAN Pre-registratlons containing names and phone num- bers must be in the Summer Games Office by July 10. The competition will take place approximately 1 week later at the Fort Whoop-Up Grounds, Sports Byam TRAPSHOOTINQ Playoffs will be held July 17 at p.m. at the Leth- bridge Trap Club. One can pre-register at the club or at the meet. Sports Kotkas TENNIS The Lethbridge Tennis Club will hold playdowns on the tentative dates of July 15-25 at Henderson Lake. Sports Kirchner SYNCRONIZED SWIMMING A new event this year. A coach's clinic will be held at the Fritz Sick Swim Pool in June, TBA. For further information phone the Summer Games Office CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Services Department Alexander Gait Museum Lethbridge Leihbridge Public Library Lethbridge Family Y.M.C.A. Allied Arts Council REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION Gym No. 1, Civic Sports Centre, June REGISTRATION SWIMMING INSTRUCTION AND HENDERSON LAKE DAY CAMPS p.m. and to p.m. Gym No. 1 Civic Sports St. S. PLAYGROUNDS No Registration Required SUMMER GAMES Contact Debbie Mcllroy at Summer Games Office 328-2341, Ext. 202. Where to find what's inside Drama.................................Page 3 Henderson Lake Day Camps ...........Page 5 Information Lethbridge................. Page 6 Lethbridge Family YMCA...............Page 4 Lethbridge Public Library............... Page 2 Playgrounds........................... Page 5 Sir Alexander Gait Museum ............Page 2 Southern Alberta Summer Games ......Page 8 Swimming Instruction.............. Page 7 Visual Arts............................Page 3 Watch The Lethbridge Herald for further Program Announcements Please keep for future reference!