Sports Briefs – April 24

Run with the torch

This year, the Special Olympics Torch Run will be held on May 18 at 10 a.m.
Sponsored by the Homer Police Department, the torch run acts as a fundraiser for Special Olympics athletes who participate in games around the state every year.
Registration for the run will open at 9:30 a.m. at the base of the Homer Spit on the east side There is no fee to enter, but participants are asked to donate $25 if they want a T-shirt,
There are no rules for the event, as it can be run, walked, biked — or whatever creative form of travel you can come up with. It ends at the Nick Dudiak Fishing Hole. 
Organizers have included a barbecue this year that will run from 10:30-11 a.m. Shuttles to take run participants back to the starting point will also be available.  

Summer Soccer Registration

The Soccer Association of Homer invites youths, ages 3-16, to register for summer soccer programs that run from May 28 through Aug. 9.
Kids between the ages of 3-6 are invited to sign up for Little Feet Soccer. Ages 6-12 can sign up for recreational leagues. Competitive teams are also available for older players.
The comp teams are U16 Girls, U17 Boys, U14 Boys and U12 Co-ed.
For more information, and to sign up, go to www.homersoccer.com. For questions, email homersoccer@gmail.com or call Lisa at 399-1933.

Fish/Game Advisory meets May 14

The Homer Fish and Game Advisory Committee will meet at 6 p.m. May 14 at the NERRs building on Kachemak Drive.
The committee will meet to prepare comments on the Joint Board proposals.  For more information, contact Dave Lyon at 399-2340. 
 

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