Big Island briefs
Brantley Center golf benefit
Brantley Center, a nonprofit Community Rehab program will be hosting its 36th Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser on Sunday, June 22. It will be held at the Waikoloa Village Golf Course.
The format for this tournament is tw0-person best ball. Golfers may obtain entry forms from various Big Island golf courses or by calling the Brantley Center at 775-7245. You may also download an entry form online at brantleycenter.org.
Proceeds from this tournament will benefit adults with disabilities who participate in various rehab programs offered at the center. For individuals or businesses who would like to support the center by donating items or monetary donations, please call the Brantley Center. All donations are tax deductible. Following the tournament, there will be a luncheon, auction, and prizes at Banjys Paradise Bar and Grill in Waikoloa.
UHH soccer camps on tap
The University of Hawaii at Hilo soccer program is hosting three summer camps during the next two months.
The Vulcans’ keiki camp is June 16-17 at the UHH soccer field. Registration is free for players ages 4-6, and the deadline is June 13.
Camps for older age groups are on tap for June 16-19 and July 21-24. Ages 7-10 are on the field from 9 a.m.–noon with 11-14 going from 1–4 p.m.
The camp fee is $60 with a June 13 registration deadline for the June camp and a July 18 deadline for the July camp.
Waiakea Nakoa seeks coaches
Waiakea Nakoa is looking for coaches for football and cheerleading.
The deadline to apply is June 21.
For more information, contact Noelle Sare at 640-6904.
Ka’u High still seeking coaches
Ka‘u High is still accepting applications for coaches for girls soccer, boys basketball and cheerleading.
The deadline to apply is June 30 and forms can be picked up at the school.
For more information, call 313-4100.
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