MVHS Students Build Washer Boxes
Miramichi Valley High School carpentry students and their teacher, Raymond Innes, pose in front of a wall of washer toss boxes and score-holders. These students, under the supervision of Mr. Innes, built all the boxes and score-keepers for the upcoming tournament, as well as painting the washers they are holding in Rotary colours. Materials for the event were donated by Northumberland Timber Mart. The Rotary Club of Newcastle appreciates the efforts of all parties in support of this event.
Rotary Spring Fest will be held from May 22-24. Registrations for the Washer Toss Tournament are filling up. Register your team today! For more information about the festival visit the Rotary Spring Fest website, Like the Facebook Page, and follow on Twitter @RotaryFest
About the Washer Toss
The Rotary Club of Newcastle is pleased to announce the Rotary Atlantic Washer Toss Championship to take place on May 22-24, 2015. This event is sanctioned by the World Washer Toss Championship, and is a charitable fundraising event for the Rotary Club of Newcastle.
Friday evening will consist of a random draw to place teams in each division. Practice time will be available. On Saturday preliminary rounds will be triple elimination format (teams are guaranteed 6 games minimum). On Sunday qualifying and championship rounds will be double elimination format.
First Place Team will win $1000 and a free entry to the World Washer Toss in Nashwaak Bridge in August. Second place pays $500 and third $250. Prizes may be decreased if there are insufficient entries. Entry fee is $80 per team of two. Number of teams will be capped at 100.
The Cut -off for registrations has been extended to May 18th. There is no age restriction and the washer toss will go ahead rain or shine.
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