Register for sports camps

The Weavervile/Douglas City Parks and Recreations District will be hosting youth sports camps for kindergartners through eighth-graders.

Camp registration is through Monday, Sept. 28. You can register online at www.wdcparksrec.com or in person from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Wednesday or Friday at the district office, 101 Park Ave., Bldg. 3, Weaverville.  

Camps begin the second week of October. All five-week camps are co-ed and will adhere to strict safety guidelines. Offered will be flag football and volleyball.

The district has also partnered with Trinity Youth Soccer League to offer soccer as well.  

For more information call WDCPRD at 623-5925 or visit the district’s new website.  

FLAG FOOTBALL

Tuesdays, Oct. 6-Nov. 3

K-5th Grade, $40, 5:45-6:45 p.m.

6th-8th Grade, $45, 5:45-7:15 p.m.

VOLLEYBALL

Wednesdays, Oct. 7-Nov. 4

5th-8th Grade, $45, 5:30-7 p.m.

SOCCER

Thursdays, Oct. 8-Nov. 5

K-5th Grade, $40, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

6th-8th Grade, $45, 5:30-7 p.m.

Wondering how our camps will run?

Some of the best camp supervisors/trainers will be on hand — football: Greg MacLaren; volleyball: Denice Cody; soccer: Angie Matheson Straatmann.

Here are some of the safety protocols that will be used:

► Campers will be temperature checked and use hand sanitizer upon arrival to camp each day. Any campers with a temperature above 100.3 will not be able to participate that day and will be sent home.

► Campers will use hand sanitizer before leaving for the day.

► Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the camp.

► Campers will be split into co-hort groups of no more than 12 people with up to two counselors per co-hort.

► Campers will remain in these co-hort groups for the duration of the camp. Co-hort groups will not intermingle.

► Counselors will wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible.

► Campers will not be required to wear masks but will be asked to be prepared to do so if necessary.

► Drills will be structured to limit equipment-sharing. WDCPRD will sanitize all its equipment at the conclusion of camp each day.

► Campers will rotate within their co-hort groups from station to station with their own equipment.

► Campers must bring their own water bottles. Water will not be provided.

Pool season over

Pool season is now done. Due to weather and fire conditions, the last Workout Wednesday was held Sept. 16.

Bowling scores

Thursday Night Businessmen

Week 2, Sept. 17

High Scratch Series: Ralph Wheeler, 671; Jason Miller, 592; Mike MacLaren, 590

High Scratch Game: Jason Miller, 241; Ralph Wheeler, 236; Mike MacLaren, 215; Tim Ritchey, 215

Week 1, Sept. 10

High Scratch Series: Ralph Wheeler, 646; Tim Ritchey, 616; Scott Johnston, 560

High Scratch Game: Ralph Wheeler, 242; Tim Ritchey, 237; Scott Johnston, 200

Seeking Bigfoot info

Author Tom Morris has been studying Bigfoot for years. Morris asks hikers and hunters that if any incidents involving Bigfoot come up, to notify him on his landline at 925-930-8123; send him an email at tommorris@msn.com and put BIGFOOT in subject line; or send a report in to the Bigfoot Field Research Organization, www.bfro.net/GDB/submitfm.asp.

There are organizations set on collecting real information, sightings and stories about Bigfoot. One such organization is the Bigfoot Field Research Organization.

Founded in 1995, BFRO claims to be “the only scientific research organization exploring the bigfoot/sasquatch mystery.”

The organization has sightings in Trinity County dating back as far as the 1960s and into the 2000s.

The most recent sighting in Trinity County was in 2009 at Big Bear Lake. In this sighting, a man claimed he encountered a strange animal outside of his tent while camping. The witness saw only a silhouette but smelled “a horrible animal stench.”