Several tournaments a year are organized by Chuck Kyler at the Forest Grove Legion. Every Tuesday evening and Saturday afternoon the dart players meet to play and have fun. Everybody is welcome. Submitted photos.

Blind draw goofie newfie shoot coming to Forest Grove

The darts tournament will run Saturday, Sept. 15. The toe line is at 11 a.m.

It’s that time of the year again! The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 261 in Forest Grove, is setting up for their annual fun tournament (the blind draw goofie newfie shoot), taking place on Saturday, Sept. 15. The toe line is at 11 a.m. sharp and registration will take place between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. The entry fee is $10.

Accommodation is available for ‘out-of-towners,’ both in 100 Mile House (Westwood/Ramada/100 Mile Motel) and Forest Grove (Ruth Lake Lodge) as well as camping (with power), fees of latter to be paid at registration.

The weekly meat draw will start at 4 p.m. and everybody is invited to partake.

For more details and information, please contact Chuck Kyler at 250-395-4982 or email chuck_kyler@hotmail.ca.

 

Chuck Kyler, the organizer of playing darts at the Forest Grove Legion every Tuesday evening and Saturday afternoon as well as all darts tournaments.

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