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BASEBALL UMPIRES

Underway: The “Murph” O’Leary training and development program run by the Adirondack Chapter of Certified Baseball Umpires will be held at Moreau Elementary School in South Glens Falls. It began on Feb. 13. The association, which covers umpiring at the modified, JV and varsity levels for schools in the northern part of Section II, is welcoming new candidates. Anyone with questions may contact Matt Armenio at 366-8968, Lynn Tusa at 792-0066, Bill Durkee at 747-3835 or Bill Smith at 793-6254.

BASKETBALL

April 2-6: The Sage Gators’ Spring Break Basketball Camp will be held for boys ages 7-15. Register online at Sagegators.com. For more information, contact Brian Barnes at 518-292-1969 or by email barneb@sage.edu.

COACHING COURSES

May 19-20: Theories and Techniques of Coaching, one of the courses required to coach in New York state high schools, will be offered from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days at the Vent Fitness Center, located at 2080 Western Avenue in Guilderland. Participants must attend all class sessions listed in order to complete the course. Cost is $175 if registered before May 5, $225 if registered after May 5. For more information, contact John Metallo at 518-577-7530 or johngmetallo@live.com.

June 9-10: Principles, Philosophy and Organization of High School Athletics, one of the courses required to coach in New York state high schools, will be offered from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days at the Vent Fitness Center, located at 2080 Western Avenue in Guilderland. Participants must attend all class sessions listed in order to complete the course. Cost is $195 if registered before May 25, $250 if registered after May 25. For more information, contact John Metallo at 518-577-7530 or johngmetallo@live.com.

HORSE RACING MUSEUM

Free admission/promotions: The museum will have free admission all day for visitors on the final Sunday of each month, free Fridays all year (2 p.m. to close), free seniors admission (age 55 and older) all day every Wednesday throughout the year, buy-one-get-one-free admission on Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day and Columbus Day, and all active military and veterans are free all day on Veterans’ Day. For more information, call 518-584-0400 or visit www.racingmuseum.org/hours-and-admission.

RUNNING

March 24: The Doc Lopez Run for Health, featuring a half-marathon, 5K and 1-mile walk, will be held in Elizabethtown. Registration will be accepted at AdirondackCoastEvents.com.

March 25: The Adirondack Runners will host the 32nd annual Shamrock Shuffle Road Race at Glens Falls High School. The race benefits Waren-Washington Counites NYS Special Olympics. The Leprechaun Leap, a 7/8th-mile race starts at 10 a.m., followed by the 5-mile Shuffle at 11 a.m. Online applications are available at www.adirondackrunners.org or www.itsyourrace.com. Registration cost is $3 for the Leprechaun Leap (race day only), $20 for the Shuffle for Adirondack Runners members, $25 for non-members by March 20 and $30 on race day (from 8:30-10:30 a.m.) More information is available by contacting director Kevin Sullivan at 518-798-9593 or at ksullivan@queensburyschool.org.

May 12: The Adirondack Runners will host the 29th Prospect Mountain Road Race at 9 a.m. Race starts at the entry gate and travels 5.67 miles to the summit. Race day packet and registration is at the Lake George Forum, 7-8:30 a.m. Race details and online registration is available at www.active.com, or pdf application at www.adirondackrunners.org. For further information email to cifonedesigns@aol.com. The race benefits the Michelle Lafontaine ACC Nursing Scholarship and Under the Woods Foundation.

SHOOTING SPORTS

Youth programs: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Washington County is hosting a 4-H program for youth that will cover archery, air guns, .22-caliber rifle, shotguns, muzzleloaders and conservation. The main emphasis is the safe handling of firearms. The program will be held at the Salem Rifle and Pistol Club and Owlkill Rod and Gun Club beginning in early March. Youths must be at least 12 to participate. The fee is $25 per youth for 4-H members and $30 for non-members, which includes 4-H enrollment. For more information, or to register, contact the CCE office at 518-746-2560, or email washington@cornell.edu.

TRACK AND FIELD

Through April 15: A Capital Region Track and Field and Cross Country Hall of Fame has been created. Leaders are in the process of accepting nominations for the first group of inductees in the spring. An induction banquet is planned for the fall. The Hall of Fame Committee will accept nominations through April 15. Donations and business sponsorships are welcome. Procedures and forms for donation and nomination can be found on the Hall’s website at www.crtfcchof.weebly.com. Questions and comments may be directed to Peter Sheridan at psheridan3@nycap.rr.com or 518-860-7721.

TURKEY CALLING

April 14: The Oxbow Mountain 4H Club will host the 13th annual Bart Jacob Memorial Youth Turkey Calling Contest at the Kehoe Conservation Camp in Bomoseen, Vt. Kids up to 18 years old can compete in three age divisions. Activities such as shotgun patterning, shooting air rifle and .22 target practice will be available beginning at 10 a.m. The calling contest will start at 11 a.m. Registration is free. For more information, contact Tom or Lisa at 802-394-2445.

WILTON REC

Pickleball: Wilton Recreation is hosting indoor pickleball at Gavin Park. No commitment required, and players of any experience level are welcome. Drop-in registration takes place Mondays through Friday, September through April. Session fee is $3 per person, per visit for Wilton Residents and $5 per person, per visit for non-residents. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. and the courts are available through 11:30 a.m. Anyone with questions may contact the park office at 518-584-9455.

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