Recreation calendar (Feb. 7)
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Feb. 17 | The City Match Games will be bowled at Waccamaw at 1 p.m. Entries will be accepted up to 12:30 p.m. on day of tournament. Tournament (which is scratch only) will have a Classic and Senior (over 50) division. Entry forms available at centers.
March 9 & 16 | The Team event for the City Championship Tournament will be bowled at Little River Lanes at 2 p.m. Entry forms available at centers. Entries close midnight, Feb. 28.
March 10 & 17 | The Double and Singles events for the City Championship Tournament will be bowled at Waccamaw Bowling Center at 2 p.m. Entry forms available at centers. Entries close midnight, Feb. 28.
Mondays | The Grand Strand Seniors Men’s Golf Association plays a tournament every Monday at a different golf course on the Grand Strand. Any amateur male golfer over 50 is eligible. Snowbirds welcomed! Visit www.gssmga.org.
Feb. 9 | 15th annual Tournament of Angels, Tidewater Plantation & Golf, 10 a.m. shotgun start, captain’s choice format. Entry fee of $75 includes range balls, hot breakfast buffet beginning at 8 a.m., box lunch, light desserts after the round, free mulligan per player, prizes for top five teams and contests. Raffle and silent auction available. The event supports a Christian early education program for preschoolers in the North Myrtle Beach area. Call King of Glory Lutheran Church at 843-249-3954.
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