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Deep Sea Fishing — Don’t miss your chance to catch the big one, Aug. 9. Out- door Recreation will provide transporta- tion, a cooler with ice, snacks and drinks. Space is available for groups up to six.

Cost is $130 for a half-day session. Call 655-0143.

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Adventure Tour — Want to inject a little adrenaline into your life? Visit or call Outdoor Recreation and ask them about their new Adventure Tour program.

Programs include hiking, biking, kayak- ing and more. Each session is designed to provide a challenging yet fun experience everyone is sure to enjoy. The first session is August 10. Call 655-0143 for more in- formation.

Military Long Drive Championship The Army Leilehua Golf Course will host the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recre- ation (FMWR) Long Drive Championship, Aug. 10, 8 a.m.

This event is an official Long Drivers of America qualifier. For official rules and registration forms, call 655-4653 or visit www.mwrarmyhawaii.com.

Active duty service members from any branch of service, Reserve and National Guard, and retirees and family members ages 18 years and above with valid mili- tary ID cards are eligible to compete.

Send sports announcements to community@hawaiiarmyweekly.com.

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Hike Oahu – Join the Hawaiian Trail & Mountain Club on a hike through the Ka- neohe Ridge.

This hike starts with an easy hillside stroll in Friendship Gardens and then changes to scrambling up and down steep slopes along narrow ledges and provides


will offer a brand new program, giving you the chance to try a different workout in a new location every week.

The next class is Aug. 13, 9-11 a.m.; classes will be held every Wednesday. Each session costs $10. Call 655-0143 for more information.


Late Night at Martinez Gym — Mar- tinez Physical Fitness Center, Schofield Barracks, is the place to be on Friday nights. The center is now staying open late, from 9–11:30 p.m.

Join Martinez for volleyball, Make It Take It Basketball, and the Racquetball Challenge Ladder. Call 655-4804.

Bowling Parties — Wheeler Bowling Center’s eight lanes are available for pri- vate parties on Saturdays and Sundays for $120 per hour. A three-hour minimum and $1.75 shoe rental apply. Call 656- 1745.

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OMAHA, Neb. — Ty Horne, 10, accepts a first place ribbon her 4.19-meter long jump in the Bantam division at the USA track and field Junior Olympics here, July 22-28. Horne, who was featured the August 31, 2007 edition of the Hawaii Army Weekly after qualifying to compete in the National Junior Olympics in Walnut, Calif., also placed 3rd in the 100-meter

dash and 4th in the 200-meter dash. In addition, Horne placed 1st in the 100-meter dash at another meet in Hershey, Penn., Saturday. Horne was coached by her mom, Cassandra and received Internet-posted workout schedules from her father, Staff Sgt. Johnnie Horne III, 1st Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, who is currently deployed to Iraq.

Locally, prizes will include gift certifi- cates to the pro shop. Also, the top long drive competitor at each of the five geo- graphical zones will win an all-expense paid trip to compete in the military divi-

sion at the Long Drive Championship in Mesquite, Nev.

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The participant who hits the longest qualified drive during the World Long Drive Championship will win $10,000.

Workout Without Walls — Trying to get in shape but the same old routine has you unmotivated? Outdoor Recreation

Physical Fitness Centers — Don’t miss out on enhanced services at all Army physical fitness centers brought to you by the Army Family Covenant. These en- hanced services include extended weekend and holiday hours at fitness centers at Fort Shafter and Schofield Barracks.

Hours of operation are now 6 a.m.-6 p.m., weekends and holidays, and free towels and classes are provided.

Volleyball & Racquetball — Learn basic skills and techniques from experi- enced instructors, Tuesdays and Thurs- days, 8:30-10 a.m., at Martinez Physical Fitness Center, Schofield Barracks.

Courts will be open for free play across the street from the facility. Call 655-4804.

good views of Kaneohe Bay and the local area.

This intermediate hike is three miles. Call Dayle or Jacque Turner at 384-4821.

Save the date for these upcoming hikes, too:

  • Aug. 17, an 8-mile intermediate hike

through Hauula Valley

  • Aug. 23, a 6-mile intermediate hike

through Pearl City’s ridge and valley

Hikes begin at 8 a.m., and a $2 donation is requested of nonmembers. An adult must accompany children under 18. Hik- ers meet at Iolani Palace, mountainside.

Bring lunch and water on all hikes; wear sturdy shoes, as extra caution may be required on some trails.

Hikers must keep all trails and lunch

sites clear of clutter, as well as treat trees and plants with care and respect. Visit www.htmclub.org.

North Shore Swim Series — The 20th Annual Surf ‘n Sea North Shore Swim Series concludes with the North Shore Challenge, a 2.3-mile swim from the Pipeline to Waimea Bay, Aug. 9, 9 a.m.

Lifeguards will patrol each event. Visit www.hawaiiswim.com.

Swims are electronically timed. Indi- vidual event times are combined, and se- ries awards are presented to top swimmers in each age category.

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Army Ten Miler Lottery — The Army

Ten Miler will offer 400 race entries to members of the armed forces through an

online lottery, Aug. 11-15.

Conducted at www.armytenmiler.com, participants must register with a (dot)mil e-mail account. Winners will be random- ly selected Aug. 16 and notified if they’ve won an entry by e-mail.

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Duke’s Ocean Fest — Duke’s Waikiki will sponsor an Ocean Mile Swim, Aug. 23, 9 a.m., at Duke’s Canoe Club on Waikiki Beach.

The triangular course will involve swim- ming out to the channel, around two in- side buoys and returning to the beach.

The swim is open to the first 250 en-

trants. Cost is $25 per swimmer if re- ceived by Aug. 15. If received after Aug.

15, cost is $30.

Visit www.dukefoundation.org.


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Overnight Bike Ride — Aloha Single Speeders will hold the 7th Annual 24 Hours of Hell in Paradise bike ride, Sept. 6-7, at Kualoa Ranch.

Cost is $55 and bicyclists can enter on- line at www.active.com/page/Event_De- tails.htm?event_id=1568142.

Visit www.alohasinglespeeders.blog spot.com.

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