Lady Tigers hoops
camp set for June
The Ironton Lady Fighting Tigers’ basketball camp will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday, June 8-11, at the Ironton High School Sports Center.
The camp is open to any girls in the Tri-State entering grades 3-9 for the fall of 2015.
Fee is $25 and each camper receives a cold beverage each day and a T-shirt at the end of the camp.
Camp registration forms are available on the Ironton City School’s website TigerTown.com or at any of the schools.
For further information, contact camp director Doug Graham at (740) 532-3911.
Ironton hosting U.S.
Ironton High School will host a U.S. Baseball Academy Monday through Thursday, June 8-11, at the high school field.
Sessions are for grades 1-thru-12 with instruction for as low as $99. Each session is 90 minutes.
U.S. Baseball Academy has the national largest training program. Local site director is Larry Goodwin, head coach at Ironton High School.
There is a low player-to-coach ratio. The academy provides young players with advanced hitting, pitching, fielding, catching and baserunning training programs and instruction by some of the area’s best coaches.
Interested persons may register now and pay later. To register, visit www.USABaseballAcademy.com or call (866) 622-4487.
Hornets’ boys hoops
camp May 26-29
The Coal Grove Hustlin’ Hornets boys’ basketball camp will be held from 9 a.m. to noon May 26-29 at the high school for any boys entering grades 1-8.
Fee is $30 and includes a T-shirt. For more information, contact coach Kevin Vanderhook at (740) 414-0812.
ICC Memorial Day
scramble May 23
The Ironton Country Club will conduct a benefit three-man golf scramble with two teams in each tee box at the club on Saturday, May 23.
A shotgun start will be at 8:30 a.m.
The scramble is limited to 14 teams with a 10-team minimum. Entry fee is $150 per team on a first-come, first-serve basis.
First place will pay $600.
To pre-register or for more information, log onto the club’s Facebook site or call (740) 532-2511.
planned June 15-17
The Fairland Middle School Summer CheerFest will be held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. June 15-17 at Jim Mayo Football Stadium. The camp is open to students entering grades 1-6.
Registration fee is $30 per cheerleaders and $50 for siblings if registered in pairs. Camp fee includes T-shirt.
Participants will learn sidelines, floor cheers and a group dance. They will also tumble and stunt among other activities. Prizes will be awarded each day.
Cheerleaders participating are invited to cheer along side of the middle school cheerleaders on Sept. 24 during the first quarter of the Fairland vs. Ironton game.
For further information or to register, contact Melissa Buchanan at the school or 886-3200 or (304) 638-7624.
VFW 6878 to host
The VFW Post 6878 will host its annual 4-man golf scramble on Tuesday, June 2, at Silo Golf Course in Lavalette, W.Va.
The 8 a.m. shotgun start has a $50 entery fee for each person. Picnic lunch will be provided by the Wedge Restaurant. All proceeds will support the VFW 6878 activities. for disabled and distressed local veterans and post and memorial operational expenses.
Lots of prizes and trophies will be awarded. Rain date is June 4.
For further informaiton to to enter, contact public relations officer Gary Simpson at (740) 886-7197 or tournament coordinator Glen Earl at 886-7504.
SV girls’ basketball
hosts golf scramble
The Symmes Valley Lady Vikings girls’ basketball team will host a gofl scramble on Sunday, May 31, at the Oaks Golf Club.
The tournament begins at 1 p.m. Food will be provided with prizes awarded for first place, second place and closest to the pin.
Fee is $55 per person.
For further information or to enter, contact Alvin Carpenter at (740) 643-2908.
Cave Run Kids’ Fishing Derby set
The Cave Run Kids’ Fishing Derby for youths ages 1-15 will be held beginning Saturday, June 6, at Minor E. Clark Fish Hatchery on Kentucky Highway 801 South.
Registration begins at 6 a.m. with fishing from 7-11 a.m. There will be three ponds. No fishing license is required. Every child receives a goody bag and a free T-shirt.
Youths should bring a fishing rod, tackle and a cooler for keeping their fish catch fresh along with lawn chairs to sit on.
The three ponds are stocked with large numbers of rainbow trout, channel catcfish and largemouth bass. A variety of baits will be provided and there will be a limited number of fishing poles available for children who need to borrow one.
Volunteers will be on hand to clean and filet each child’s catch at no charge and there will be free food, games, displays and prizes.
For further information, contact Tom Timmermann at (606) 783-8650.