Brindlee Mtn. benefit pork sale

Brindlee Mountain head coach Keith Garner has announced an Independence Day Boston butt sale benefiting the BMHS athletic program.

Sales will begin on Monday and continue until Wednesday, June 26. Cost is $35 each. Meat will be prepared on campus, smoked for 10-12 hours.

Orders will be wrapped and ready to be picked up from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 3. All orders must be pre-paid on or before June 26.

To place an order, call 256-486-5102.

Wrestling camp

Arab’s wrestling team is attending a technique camp at the University of Wyoming on June 8-11. Head coach Michael Pruitt said the camp will cost every wrestler who attends $575, and several on the team are in need of help. Anyone who can help with a donation can call Pruitt at 256-506-2726, or email him at mpruitt@arabcityschools.org.

Youth wrestling camp

Arab High School’s annual youth wrestling camp will be June 24-27 at the AHS wrestling room. Cost is $75 (families with more than one participant pay $65 per wrestler) and includes four days of instruction. T-shirt, camper insurance and snack/drink during breaks.

Instructors include Arab’s Hall of Fame head coach Michael Pruitt, assistants Britt Shaw and Klay Cranford, and current wrestlers and former state placers and champions.

For more information or to obtain an entry form, call Pruitt at 256-506-2726, or email him at mpruitt@arabcityschools.org.

Pee wee football

Remaining sign-up dates for Arab Area Youth Football are June 22 and Aug. 3. Players must be between the ages of 9-12 by Aug. 1. Cheerleaders must be between the ages of 5-12 by Aug. 1.

Registration on both dates will be from 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the pee wee field at city park. There are no sign-up fees, uniforms are provided and all games will be played in Arab.

There will be a free mini-camp in June, date and time still to be determined.

Send questions to: arabyouthfootball@gmail.com, or visit the Arab Area Youth Football and Cheer Facebook page.

Free fishing day is June 8

On Saturday, June 8, Alabamians and visitors alike will have the opportunity to fish for free in most public waters including both freshwater and saltwater.

Free Fishing Day is part of National Fishing and Boating Week, which runs today through June 9.

Free Fishing Day allows residents and non-residents to enjoy the outstanding fishing opportunities Alabama has to offer without having to purchase a fishing license.

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