The QUESTION IS WHY?
By Bobbie McCreary
April 18, 2013
Thursday we went out with more donated chips for the field and put the two most recent examples of THIS MEANINGLESS VANDALISM on the Wildcatter’s dump truck to take them to the landfill, along with the remnants of burned tires and cable reels, old car parts and more
IF YOU SEE SOMEONE DESTROYING OUR PROPERTY WILL YOU PLEASE TELL THEMTO THINK ABOUT WHAT THEY ARE SPOILING FOR OTHERS, ESPECIALLY OUR KIDS! Thank you.
For you paintball enthusiasts, we are gearing up for the 2013 season…with clinics to train referees, field manager and marketing manager. Anyone age 12 and up is welcomed. A great venue for dads (or moms) and kids or friends. Companies, form up your teams! Families, plan your birthday parties (an alternative for paintball is water balloons for little ones.) The field is on Revilla Road, 4.2 miles East of Ward Cove. Look for the headquarters and tower. The field is not set up yet. This is a community-based, non-profit activity to give us one more, healthy, outdoor activity. Call 617-5990 to get involved.
About: "Bobbie, one of the Founders of Ketchikan Youth Initiatives, encourages our community to support healthy activities for our young people."
Received April 18, 2013 - Published April 18, 2013
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