Published 9:59 am Friday, March 27, 2015
The annual Lumberjacks’ reunion is taking place May 2 at Bino’s Restaurant in Bogalusa at 10 a.m.
All present and former Bogalusa Lumberjacks are invited to attend.
For more information, call Elmer Corkern at 985-732-9844 or Angelo Pepe at 985-735-8655.
Legends All-Pro Football Camp
The 13th annual Legends All-Pro Football Camp takes place June 18 at Lewis V. Murray Jr. Stadium.
The clinic runs from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
The camp teaches the basic skills of football along with life lessons.
Former Atlanta Falcons’ scout, and current Bogalusa assistant football coach Bruce Plummer, who is the camp director, is in the process of getting coaches for the clinic.
Plummer, a 1983 Bogalusa High School graduate, said former Franklinton High School, and Mississippi State University running back Josh Robinson, who is from Bogalusa, will be one of the coaches.
Plummer said the Bogalusa High School football coaching staff will be there along with Greg Greely, Robert “Big Bird” Smith, Kenneth McSwain, Mississippi Valley State offensive coordinator Ray Caldwell and former Dallas Cowboy John Carter.
For more information, call Plummer 404-606-2359, Janola Walker Jr. 516-3433, Ken Martin 750-2343 or Debra Plummer 735-1303. You can also email email@example.com.
Louisiana Red Devils Basketball
The Louisiana Red Devils Basketball program is holding tryouts April 12 at the Coquille Recreation Park Gym.
Boys from grades 1-12 and girls in grades 4-12 are eligible to participate.
The Red Devils is a travel basketball program with several teams divided up by age groups.
It allows players the opportunity to be seen by college coaches and scouting agencies from across the country.
For more information, call coach April Simmons at 985-634-1625 or coach Kilavorous Thompson at 770-375-0035.
You can also find more information by visiting lareddevil.wix.com/louisianareddevils.
The web site also allows participants to register.
Pine athletic fundraiser
The Pine High School football and baseball teams are having their annual fundraiser to help support the costs of equipment and other necessities.
They will be selling signs to be placed on the concession stand and dugout.
The cost for each sign is $150 per year. When the signs become too worn, they will replace the sign free of charge.
The signs will be displayed for the entire baseball and football seasons.
Also, those who purchase signs may attach a business card with business information to go on the sign. Call 985-848-5243 or 985-848-5601 for more information.
Hope House Open
The Hope House Open Fore the Kids Golf Tournament takes place March 26 at Money Hill Golf and Country Club in Abita Springs.
All proceeds benefit the Children’s Advocacy Center.
Registration, lunch and warm-up for the four-person scramble begins at 11:30 a.m., with a 1 p.m. tee time.
The event has a limited field of players.
It features world famous barbeque cooked on site, food and drinks on and off the course, a longest drive, closest to the hole, hole-in-one and beat the pro contests.
Mulligans are also available for purchase.
You can register and pay by visiting www.cachopehouse.org or by mail to P.O. Box 1852, Covington, La., 70434.
Mudbugs in Slidell is hosting a Car-Bike Show May 17 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. to help benefit the Robbie Aucoin “Riding 4 Remission” Fund.
Aucoin is a 43-year old, who was diagnosed with stage four bladder cancer Jan. 2.
The cost to enter a car or bike is $25.
There is no fee to enter. The event features food, live music, raffles, a silent auction and more.
For more information, call Karen Morehouse at 985-768-2084 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.