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APRIL 9

WARRIOR ATHLETIC WEEK OF GIVING — The Warrior Athletic Association is conducting a week of giving to help support more than 200 student-athletes at Lewis-Clark State. The highlight of the week is the virtual Wake Up With the Warrior event, which will be at 7:30 a.m. Friday and can be viewed online at lcwarriors.com. To make a donation to the athletic department or a particular sport, visit donate.lcsc.edu.

SEAPORT RIVER RUN — The 43rd Seaport River Run will take place virtually this year from April 17-25. Contestants can participate in a 3.1-mile or 6.2-mile event. Cost is $15 with no T-shirt, $20 with a T-shirt and $25 with a Dry Fit T-shirt. Deadline to register is Friday. You can register online at raceentry.com, or pick up an entry form at the Lewiston Parks and Recreation.

APRIL 13

COUPLES GOLF LEAGUE — Red Wolf Golf Club will be starting a couples league that takes place bi-weekly on Tuesdays beginning April 13 through July 20. Cost is $60 per team. For more information or to sign up, call the Pro Shop at (509) 758-7911.

APRIL 19

TENNIS LESSONS — The Lewis-Clark State College Tennis Center is offering lessons for members of the public. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, lessons are being restricted to 1-on-1 or 1-on-2 format. For more information or to schedule a lesson, contact Kai Fong at (208) 305-3664 or kfong@lcsc.edu.

APRIL 29

LADIES ROCKCHUCK GOLF TOURNAMENT — The Lewiston Golf and Country Club will be conducting a two-person, two-day Rockchuck golf tournament May 1-2. Cost is $125 for members and $135 for nonmembers. The first day is best ball and the second day is Chapman. For more information, call the course at (208) 743-2801.

MAY 30

JUST FOR THE HILL OF IT BIKE RIDE — The Just For The Hill of It bike ride, a benefit for Hospice at Syringe Hospital will take place at 9 a.m. June 5 at Hammer Creek in Whitebird. It’s a 13-mile gradual hill climb of around 2,200 feet up Old Highway 95 and will switch back to a summit of 3,800 feet. There will be a no-charge lunch at the conclusion of the event. There also will be water stops and snacks. Cost is $25 before May 30, with a T-shirt. Cost is $30 after. For more information or to pre-register, call Cindy or Tara at (208) 983-8550. Registration forms also are available at 35 bike shops in the area.