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Recreation & Sports


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The Marina's "8th Annual Plunge for Charity"

SUNDAY MAY 5th
THE MARINA'S http://www.vermontmarina.com/
"8TH ANNUAL PLUNGE FOR CHARITY"

All donations for this year's Plunge go to benefit Living Memorial Park Snow Sports! The lift cable MUST be replaced in order to open next year ($10,000+). The groomer is in need of repairs or replacement (30+ years old). A maintenance/storage building is needed to house and repair equipment including, the groomer, T-bars, spring-boxes, snow making equipment, terrain park features, and other items. 

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Snow Allows Brattleboro Ski Lift To Remain Open

The ski/snowboard lift at Living Memorial Park here in Brattleboro still has plenty of snow. The lift will run today 3-9, Saturday 10-4, and Sunday 12-4.

Always only $5 for all day lift ticket! Kids 5 and under always free!

The non profit, all volunteer Living Memorial Park Snow Sports web site can be found at www.vtsnowsports.org

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Brattleboro's Town Baseball Team Getting Ready for 2013 Season, Seeks New Players

Even with a chill in the air and snow on the ground, members of the Brattleboro River Rats baseball team have been working out in preparation for the start of the Connecticut River Valley Baseball League Season next month. Brattleboro's only adult baseball team is also looking for a few players to fill some open spots on the squad

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Bowl for Kids' Sake Seeks Teams

Teams sought for BOWL FOR KIDS’ SAKE benefit April 6

Brattleboro, VT--Families, friends and teams from work are invited to celebrate the 32nd Annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake to benefit Youth Services’ Big Brothers Big Sisters program on Saturday, April 6. The fundraising event will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with teams signing up for a one-hour time slot at Brattleboro Bowl on Putney Road.

The 4-5 p.m. time is reserved for teams of teens and will have a special “Cosmic Bowling” atmosphere. The financial goal of the event is to raise $50,000 in pledge money to help cover the cost of running the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.

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Teams Sought for Bowl for Kids' Sake Fundraiser

Families, friends and teams from work are invited to celebrate the 32nd Annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake to benefit Youth Services’ Big Brothers Big Sisters program on Saturday, April 6. The fundraising event will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with teams signing up for a one-hour time slot at Brattleboro Bowl on Putney Road.

The 4-5 p.m. time is reserved for teams of teens and will have a special “Cosmic Bowling” atmosphere. The financial goal of the event is to raise $50,000 in pledge money to help cover the cost of running the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.

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