Lake Tahoe Community College hosts third annual Community Games
If you go
What: Lake Tahoe Community College Games
When: 12 p.m. Saturday, May 7
Where: Lake Tahoe Community College
Tickets: Free to attend
Info: 530-541-4660 ext. 477
Table tennis, dodgeball and badminton will be among the activities at Lake Tahoe Community College’s third annual Community Games this weekend.
The games take place from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 7, in and around the college’s physical education building. The event is hosted by student clubs from the college and is free to attend. Entrance fees benefiting student scholarships will be charged to participate in tournaments at the games.
“This event-filled day includes a table tennis competition, dodgeball and badminton tournaments, live music, delicious food, kid activities including soccer training with our LTCC Coyote athletes, bouncy house fun, face painting, a science fair, a scavenger hunt, and more,” according to a description of the event.
“The dodgeball tournament will be from noon until 2 p.m. in the gym. There is a $30 entrance fee for a team of six players to compete. The badminton and table tennis tournaments will be held between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. in the gym, and there is a $5 per person fee to enter.”
Funds raised from the tournaments, food sales and a silent auction will help support student scholarships at LTCC.
Lake Tahoe Community College is located at 1 College Way in South Lake Tahoe. Learn more about the school and its offerings by visiting its website, http://www.ltcc.edu, or finding it on Facebook.
More information is available by calling Julie Booth at 530-541-4660, ext. 477, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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