Sign up for fall baseball clinic
MANCHESTER — Saint Anselm College eighth-year baseball head coach Barry Rosen and his staff have the team will be hosting the Fall 2013 Baseball Skills Clinic on Oct. 6 from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m.
The clinic is designed to teach appropriate skills to players, ages 14 and up, who are potential college-ability players. Participants will receive a written evaluation of their playing skills, along with recommendations for improving their skills. The cost of the clinic is $50.
The clinics take place at Sullivan Park at Kavanaugh Field on the campus of Saint Anselm College. Participants should dress appropriately for baseball and bring a helmet, glove and bat.
For more information and to enroll, visit http://saintanselmhawks.com/information/Sport_Camps/index.
For questions, contact Barry Rosen at 656-6016 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Habitat funds up for discussion
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission will hold a special meeting on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 6:30 p.m. at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord.
The meeting will be for the purpose of reconsideration of the use of Dedicated Habitat Funds.
Meetings of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission are open to the public. As they become available, meeting agendas and minutes are posted at wildnh.com/Inside_FandG/commission.htm.
Junior rifle team teaches younger kids
HUDSON — Earlier this month, the Hudson Junior Rifle Team put together a clinic to teach 12 kids ages 11 through 15 about the NCAA and Olympic sport of competitive rifle shooting and hopefully gain some new members as well.
The four current senior members then each demonstrated a position or discipline. Those members are Elizabeth Dutton of Derry, Jarred Dassler of Salem, Zachary Wambsganss of Hudson and Bailey Urbach.
Fish and Game hosts Sporting Expo
CONCORD — In observance of National Hunting and Fishing Day, Sept. 21, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department will host a giant Sporting Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission is free.
Visit more than 50 exhibits featuring hunting and fishing-related products and services. Meet hunting experts and guides.
See the latest gear and enjoy demos and hands-on activities, including: archery and air rifle ranges; hunting gear and accessories – from guns to decoys to scents and calls; pointing dog and retriever demonstrations; turkey calling; taxidermy exhibits; fly-tying demonstrations; and a display of the N.H. state record buck.
Buy tickets for the giant raffle to benefit the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire. Raffle items include a Savage Arms Axis rifle, a trail camera, an upland bird hunt, hand-tied flies and many more prizes.
The Expo is a rain or shine event. A food concession will be available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For vendor list, raffle item list, and schedule of events, visit http://www.wildnh.com/nhfday.
Former Lancer plays for Purple Knights
COLCHESTER, Vt. — Courtney Bedell of Londonderry is one of three seniors on Saint Michael's College's field hockey team.
Bedell, a midfielder, played in every game last year.
With 19 sophomores and juniors helping comprise a veteran core that includes just three seniors this fall, the Purple Knights look to claim the postseason berth they missed by only two games in 2012. The Purple Knights showed their mettle last year by downing a pair of eventual play-off teams and fell to two others by one goal apiece.
The Purple Knights begin the year at Shippensburg University's Jane Goss Memorial Tournament.
Saint Michael's began its NE-10 and home slates by hosting Stonehill on Sept. 14. The top six teams in the league qualify for the NE-10 Championship, which kicks off on Nov. 5.