First Annual COMMUNITY KITE FLIGHT This Saturday March 19, 2011 in Forest, VA

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX 1st Olympic VA License #0225102551

 

Forest LIONS Club Host:

 

“COMMUNITY KITE FLIGHT”

 

Please come out and support this wonderful organization:On Saturday, March 19 the Forest Lions Club will be hosting its “first ever” Community Kite Flight event. With hopes of ushering in Spring with a fun family event. The Lions are looking forward to warmer weather, bright clear skies and a good March breeze.

 

 The event will provide an opportunity for both children and adults to participate. The general grouping for single line kites will be divided into age groupings of 8 and under and 9 and older. For older youth and adults, there will be kite fighting using multi-line maneuvering kites. In addition to the highest flying kite in each age group, these will be judged to determine the smallest, the largest, the best looking, the best homemade and the most futuristic. The Kite Fighting groups will be divided between those with little or no experience (Novices) and those with two or more years experience (Pros). Trophies and ribbons will be awarded.

 

While waiting to fly or after, you may buy refreshments on site courtesy of the Mountain View United Methodist Men. You can also create for your records a child ID CD thanks to the Bedford County’s Sheriff’s Child ID Program (no information is retained) or learn more about fire prevention and safety from the Forest Volunteer Fire Department.

 

If You’re Going

           
            Date:
Saturday, March 19 (Rain Date March 26)

            Time: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

            Where: Forest Youth Athletic Park (North Fields)

            Registration: $5:00 General Registration (Single Line Kites)

                                    $10:00 Kite Fighting (multi-line maneuvering kites)

            Schedule of Events:

            10:00   Registration

            10:00   Open Flying

            11:30   Judging Highest flyer in each age group

            12:00   Judging best in ground categories in each age group

            12:30   Kite Fighting

Lion Bill Henderson, President of the Forest Lions Club, has stated, “the ultimate goal of the Club is to fill a beautiful blue sky with lots of colorful kites and to fill the fields with the smiles of those participating and their family members watching.”

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Debbie Malone
RE/MAX 1st Olympic Realtors
Lynchburg & Smith Mountain Lake, VA
(434) 546-0369
debbiemalone@remax.net
 
 
 

 

 
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Howdy and afternoon to you Debbie

Debbie,
the Lions Club sure is a mighty fine community organization to support! This sure will be a mighty fine event to attend for the whole family. Sure do hope there is a real nice wind and that they have a mighty fine turn out. I'll be sure to check back to see if you do a follow up blog post of the event with photos of the event.

Have a good one
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Thank you for sharing your blog; we need Real estate Professionals to share their comments and information regarding their markets and experiences. Thanks again from beautiful Sunny San Diego

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