HOT SHOTS PAINTBALL FIELD
OPEN-NO PLAY WITHOUT NET UP
By Roberta "Bobbie" McCreary
May 29, 2006
As we build up our volunteer base, the field will be open 1 day
per weekend. For JUNE: Sunday June 4, Saturday June 10, Sunday
June 18, Saturday June 24. The next Tournament is scheduled
for Saturday July 8th; call 617-2939 to register. In the future
we plan to be open all weekends and some weekday evenings as
wellhowever, we need membership support to make this happen.
NO PLAY ON FIELD WITHOUT THE NETTED WALL UP! The netted wall
is critically important to avoid any injuries to passersby, both
walking and driving. This is a condition of our insurance coverage.
Please honor this requirement, and if if groups want to use the
field dates other than those shown above, call Spencer Round
at 617-0102 to discuss how to open the field for your use.
Remember, League meetings on Wednesdays at 640 Park Avenue. Come
and make our Paintball Field work for everyone.
Roberta "Bobbie" McCreary
Ketchikan, AK - USA
About: Founding Board Member of Ketchikan Youth Initiatives who
is the sponsor of the Ketchikan Hot Shots Paitnball League
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it was something much simpler and easily attainable, or so he
thought. He wanted to share his love of paintballing and begin
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