Bragging Rights/Outdoor Activities
Project Healing Waters in Concord June 22
The Veterans Home of California in Yountville announced that Project Healing Waters will hold a workshop at the Concord Vet Center at 10 a.M. Saturday, June 22.
Veterans who are probably interested in learning approximately fly fishing and locating aid and camaraderie with fellow veterans are encouraged to participate.
Lunch might be provided courtesy of Wounded Warrior Project, so as to give an explanation for its applications helping post-9/11 veterans.
Interested veterans are requested to sign on at the front desk or to call 925-680-4526 to participate; WWP individuals may additionally have a separate registration process.
Vintage pass u. S. A. Exercises begin June 17
The Vintage High School move country group returns to the paths and roads beginning Monday, June 17. The Crushers will practice maximum Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8 to ten a.M., assembly Mondays at the Alston Park’s south automobile parking space and Wednesdays and Fridays on the Vintage music. Email Coach Shari Costanzo at [email protected] and Coach Brian Pruyn at [email protected] for greater facts and to be added to the group email list.
Golf educational packages at Silverado Resort
Silverado Resort and Spa is supplying golf instructional applications, a part of the Johnny Miller Academy, and adult golf training.
The Junior Golf Academy has packages for “Just Getting Started,” “I’ve Played Some,” “I Want to Play Competitively.”
Registration is also open for PGA junior summertime golfing camps.
For extra data and to check in for training, touch PGA golf teacher Matt Dito at [email protected] or 415-640-3127.
Casual Tennis Napa plays three days every week
Connect with other tennis gamers casually, only for the laugh of it. Casual Tennis Napa meets Saturday mornings, Tuesday mornings and Thursday evenings, climate permitting. For the modern meeting time and region, take a look at Casual Tennis Napa on Facebook or email [email protected]
Chief and Roxie Green Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament June 28
The 12th annual Chief and Roxie Green Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament is Friday, June 28 at Chardonnay Golf Club. It’s a 4-character scramble layout. Check-in begins at eight:30 a.M. The tournament has a 10 a.M. Shotgun start and will have 3 flights observed by means of a trophy presentation.
The fee is $one hundred twenty-five consistent with the player and includes breakfast burritos, raffle prizes, refreshments on the path, and a buffet dinner. The match enables to sponsor athletic scholarships at Napa High. To join up or for greater records, touch tournament chairman Duey Green at 225-1059.
Boy Scouts Family Classic Golf Tournament June 30
The Boy Scouts Family Classic Golf Tournament is scheduled Sunday, June 30 at Vintner’s Golf Course in Yountville. Entry fee is $a hundred and fifty consistent with a player, or $one hundred twenty-five for every participant who’s on a group of two or extra, and includes greens costs, cart, dinner, and auction. Dinner best is $60.
The event will have a shotgun begin and a Best Ball layout. There might be awards for the Longest Drive, Longest Putt and Hole-In-One contest winners, and the top 3 teams. It was written off as a dead industry, particularly with the demise of tobacco advertising. It has been called a blight on the American landscape. It even earned the nickname “pollution on a stick.” But things have changed with outdoor advertising and we’re not talking about your father’s billboards.
Today, the outdoor billboard industry includes not just the small 8-sheet poster along your local rural road; it includes mammoth signs that tower above the tens of thousands of people who pass through Times Square each day. It includes rolling advertisements on the sides of trucks and buses. It includes a plethora of signage at speedways, and in sports stadiums. And it includes “outdoor furniture” signage comprised of bus shelters, benches and just about anyplace else where people congregate.