Darts flying at Comox Legion

Mixed doubles Ham and Pineapple Shoot goes Aug. 10

Dust off the darts – Aug. 10 is the Open Mixed Doubles Ham and Pineapple Shoot at the Comox Legion.

This is a bring-your-own-partner event with entry fee $5 per player. Wear your loudest shirt or mumu: grass skirts permitted. Light lunches available.

Prizes are hams and pineapples plus bonus gifts for the Iast-place couple. Prizes also for the best dressed man and woman. Have some summer fun.

In other news, September is approaching fast and the sign-up sheets for in-house leagues are in the Navy Room for members and guest players.

Monday is the Men’s league, Tuesday Mixed league and Wednesday is the Ladies’ league. All are team events, Leaders are seeded and the remainder are pulled at random to give an even balance.

Contact for the Men’s league is Dave Willington 250-339-9592, Mixed league is Don Johnson 250-703-0873, Ladies league Gloria Frederick 250-339-3907.


– Comox Legion



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