Local community sports, events and fundraisers

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Local community sports, events and fundraisers JUNIOR VOLLEYBALL What: Girls Technique Building Camp Who: California Family Fitness When: Oct. 21, 10 a.m. to noon for girls 18 and under Where: Rocklin Sports and Fitness Center 2511 Warren Drive, Rocklin Cost: $20 per player/RSVP Oct. 18 Contact: Keith Hard (916) 276-4246 or e-mail This technique building camp helps girls prepare for club volleyball regardless of existing ability. Each lessons offers intensive work on all phases of the sport. Learn defense (read opponent, anticipate and types of defense), serving (jump and float), passing (proper footwork, transition), hitting and blocking (timing, footwork, approaching net, closing block). The camp is directed by Keith Hart. Hart has taught both club and high school volleyball, as well as serving 19 years as an official. TENNIS TOURNAMENT What: Fall LARTA Tennis FUNdraiser Who: Lincoln and Rocklin Tennis Association For men, women, boys and girls When: Oct. 27 Where: Whitney High School Cost: $20 per player/RSVP Oct. 18 Contact: Tim Allen at by Oct. 19 Visit www.facebook.comLARTAtennis for tournament details Tennis lovers can now assist both Lincoln and Whitney high schools by participating in the Oct. 27 tennis tournament at Whitney High School. All matches are doubles for both adults and youth under 18 years of age. LARTA if a nonprofit community organization supporting local and youth tennis programs founded in 2011. It is made up of tennis professionals, coaches and tennis enthusiasts. The organization will be forming more tennis-related events in the future. LIONS TOURNAMENT What: Drive “Fore” Dough Annual Charity Golf Classic Who: Lions Club International When: Monday, Oct. 22, 9 a.m. shotgun start Where: Lincoln Hills Golf Club Cost: $95 per player/$370 foursome Resister Deadline Sept. 28 Contact: Mary Sue Case (916) 253-3925 Lions Club International will hold its annual charity golf classic Drive “Fore” Dough at Lincoln Hills Golf Club, Orchard Course Oct. 22. Check in is 7:45 a.m. with a shotgun start scheduled for 9 a.m. To register, call Mary Sue Case (916) 253-3925 or e-mail The cost per player is $95 or $370 per foursome. The fee includes golf, cart, practice tee, putting contest, and more. International luncheon provided by The Chef’s Table, Vaiano Trattoria, and Burgess Brothers Burgers. Tournament format is 2-ball with handicap per foursome; prizes for top three places, longest drives, closest-to-pin, and more.