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BOWLING Now-March

What: Manitowoc Bowling Association Hall of Fame nominations

When: Now through March 1

Synopsis: Bowlers must have participated in the Manitowoc association for at least 10 years and be at least 50 years of age. Bowlers can be nominated based on their bowling skills, or their contributions to the game. Active, retired, or deceased members are eligible. Application forms are available at area bowling centers.

Contact: For more information, contact Kerry Franz at 920-684-8266.

FOOTBALL Now-July

What: Mariners seeking coaches/players

Synopsis: The Manitowoc Co. Mariners are looking to fill their roster and several coaching positions for the 2014 season. The team is open to anyone wanting an opportunity to participate in football as a player, coach or staff member. Players range from post high school to college and some professional experience. The season begins in late July with a 10 game schedule that runs through October and into November for playoffs and championship game. Games are primarily on Saturdays.

Contact: For more information or to register, visit http://www.mcmarinersfootball.com.

HALL OF FAME Now-February

What: Lakeshore All Sports Hall of Fame nominations

When: Now-Feb. 24, awards banquet April 30. Nomination deadline is March 3.

Where: Holiday Inn

Synopsis: The Lakeshore All Sports Hall of Fame is now accepting nominations for male and female senior college athletic awards and achievement/recognition awards. Any male or female who participated in Spring sports in 2013 or who will graduate in May 2014 is eligible. Name and a brief resume should be sent by Feb. 24. The Hall of Fame is also accepting nominations for individuals to be honored with an achievement/recognition Award.

Contact: All communications can be sent to the Lakeshore All Sports Hall of Fame, c/o Keith Bonde 1320 South 10th St. Manitowoc, WI 54220-5708 or by e-mailing to kbonde@att.net

RUNNING March

What: 2nd annual Aurora Health Care Two Rivers 10-mile run, three-person relay and debut of the two-mile run/walk

When: March 23 with the 10-mile run, relay at 8 a.m. and two-mile run/walk at 8:10 a.m.

Where: Two Rivers High School

Synopsis: Races start and finish at Two Rivers High School. Races will once again feature bib chip timing, technical shirts, music, refreshments, and awards for all races. All 14-and-under finishers in the two-mile run/walk will receive a ribbon.

Contact: For more information, contact Scott Jansky at 920-553-2504 or visiting tworivers10mile.com.

June

What: Treatment Trail 5K run/walk

When: June 17, 8 a.m.

Where: Mariner’s Trail

Synopsis: Treatment Trail 2014 is a 9-day, 200-mile running event, beginning in Milwaukee and finishing in Sister Bay, to raise funds for the Go Bo Foundation and the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. There are nine separate 5k run/walk events scheduled along the “trail,” including in Manitowoc on Tuesday, June 17. The local event begins at 8 a.m. on Mariner’s Trail across from the Aurora Medical Center. Participants will receive a performance T-shirt.

Contact: For more information, contact John Mahnke 480-560-5674 or visit http://www.treatmenttrail.org/.

February

What: Manitowoc Runners Club monthly meeting

When: Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Where: Manitowoc-Two Rivers YMCA

Contact: For more information, contact Dave Nickels at 920-242-0899 or dnick440@gmail.com

VOLLEYBALL March

What: St. Peter Fisherman Catholic School Athletic Association volleyball tournament

When: March 1-2

Where: Two Rivers Community House

Cost: $15 for single division, $25 for two divisions.

Synopsis: There will be three divisions (all Quads): Women’s (tentative start time 9:00 a.m on March 1), Men’s Follows women’s play at about 1:00 p.m.), and Coed (tentative start time 10:00 a.m. on March 2). If you do not have a team but would like to play, call and have your name added to the Luck-of-the-Draw. Cost is $15 player donation ($25 if you play Men’s & Coed or Women’s & Coed) – Payable before play. Proceeds benefit the St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic School Athletic Association. The public is welcome to attend. Admission is free. Food and refreshments are available.

Contact: For more information, contact Dave Anschutz at 920-794-1650 or Rusty Walesh at 920-323-7358. Or check out the RustyNail events page on Facebook.

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