Local towns schedule softball game Aug. 17
Mtn. View Tennis offers summer classes
Mountain View Tennis’ summer recreation classes are scheduled July 27 through Aug. 30 at Cuesta, Rengstorff, Whisman, Cooper and Sylvan parks. Day and evening classes for all ages and skill levels are offered; fees vary by class. In addition, weekly summer tennis camps for ages 7-14 run through Aug. 16 at Cuesta. To register and for more information, call 967-5955 or visit mountainviewtennis.net.
Registration still open for AYSO Region 43
Registration has opened for AYSO Region 43’s fall soccer season. The Los Altos-based region is for boys and girls born 2006-2015. Students from Santa Rita, Covington, Almond, Gardner Bullis, Bullis Charter, Pinewood, St. Nicholas and Egan schools usually play in Region 43. AYSO has six philosophies: everyone plays, player development, positive coaching, good sportsmanship, balanced teams and open registration. To register and for more information, visit ayso43.org.
Chamber golf tourney tees off Aug. 5
The 30th annual Los Altos Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament is scheduled Aug. 5 at Los Altos Golf & Country Club, 1560 Country Club Drive. Cost is $295 before Friday and $335 after; fee includes lunch, tee prizes, silent auction, cocktails and barbecue dinner, as well as awards and prizes. Cost to attend only the post-golf party is $65. Registration and the putting contest are scheduled 10-11 a.m., lunch at 11:30 a.m., shotgun start at noon and the party at 5 p.m. To register and for more information, visit losaltoschamber.org/golf_tournament.html.
City of Mountain View offers open gym
The Mountain View Recreation Division’s Teen Open Gym, free and open to the city’s middle and high school students, is scheduled 6:30-9:30 p.m. Saturdays at the Whisman Sports Center, 1500 Middlefield Road. The weekly events offer youth a place to play basketball, volleyball and indoor soccer. Participants are required to show their student IDs at the door. For more information, call 903-6331.
NorCal Special Olympics in need of coaches
Special Olympics Northern California needs head coaches and assistants to train, mentor and support athletes in an array of sports. No prior coaching experience is necessary. For more information and directions to the San Jose office, call (408) 392-0170 or visit sonc.org.
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