FAIRBANKS — Monroe Catholic High School will host boys and girls basketball clinics for students in kindergarten through eighth grade on Friday and Saturday at Boileau Hall.
Boys and girls in kindergarten through second grade will be on the court from 9:45-10:30 a.m., followed by third through fifth graders from 10:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. and sixth through eighth graders from 1:30-4 p.m.
The two-day fundamental basketball clinic is designed to help develop the skills necessary to becoming a better basketball player.
The clinic is led by Monroe Catholic boys coach Frank Ostanik and member of the Monroe Catholic boys and girls basketball teams.
The cost of the clinic for the youngest players is $10 for Catholic Schools of Fairbanks students and $15 for all other students. The cost for the other two clinics is $25 for CSF students and $35 for all others.
Participants pay at the door and should show up 15 minutes before the clinic’s scheduled start time with a clean pair of shoes.
For more information, call Ostanik at 452-2210 or 322-9043.
The Alaska Dog Mushers Association will hold its first general membership meeting of the season at
7 p.m. Nov. 27 at the Mushers Hall on Jeff Studdert Racegrounds on Farmers Loop.
Buzz Otis, executive director of the North Pole Development Corporation will give an update on the IFSS World Championships. Any proposed changes to ADMA by-laws or Race Rules and Procedures must be made during the meeting.
The season is tentatively scheduled to start on Dec. 2, depending on trail conditions.
Delta Junction had an air rifle team score of 2,100 in a match shot on Nov. 8 against the Hutchison Hawks. The score was incorrectly reported in Sunday’s Daily News-Miner. Sports editor Bob Eley apologizes for the mistake.