Courtenay hosts Zone 2 darts qualifier for BC 55+ Summer Games

Event goes March 14 at Filberg Centre; advance registration deadline is March 10

The Zone 2 darts qualifying shoot for the 2015 BC 55+ Summer Games goes March 14 at the Filberg Centre in Courtenay. Toe line is 10 a.m. Deadline for advance registration is March 10.

The Games go Aug. 25-29 in North Vancouver. In darts, there are men’s and women’s singles and doubles and mixed team events. Two age categories are available; 55-64 and 65 and over.

To participate, membership fee is now $20. Additional fee for qualifiers is $50. A light lunch will be provided.

For additional information, contact Fred or Jenny Green at 250-334-4334.

– BC 55+ Summer Games


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