Sandspit reunion a week away

  • Jul. 11, 2012 4:00 p.m.

If you’ve ever lived in Sandspit, next week is the time to return for a full weekend of fun activities at the Sandspit Alumni Reunion. It all starts Wednesday (July 18) at Willows Golf Course with a burger night, and finishes up with a group breakfast on Sunday morning.Beer Ball, starting at 6:30, is the activity for the Friday evening. Bring your glove, cleats, and some of your favorite drinks to the ball field to have fun and reminisce with old friends, and maybe make some new ones.In case the night is long, the activities for the next day don’t start until noon at Willow’s Golf Course. There will be burgers, drinks, competitions, and a raffle. Pre-registration is required to compete in the golf tournament so that teams can be made in advance, and it only costs $15 for a full day of fun.Saturday is next, and it’s the big day that inspired the planning of a reunion, it’s Logger Sports Day! As always there’s going to be a parade, a king and queen logger and lots more. We’ll have complete details next week. But for now, think Sandspit Reunion!

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