Cape Fear Youth Hockey:

The Cape Fear Youth Hockey Association will host its Try Hockey for Free  at Cleland Ice Rink, Saturday, from 12:30 to 2:45 p.m.

Equipment will be provided.

For more information about the Cape Fear Youth Hockey Association visit www.cfyha.org/

CG’s golf scramble:

The Fort Bragg CG’s Pay Day Golf Scramble will take place Friday, at Ryder Golf Course (Building 1-5625 Normandy Drive).

Lunch will be served 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Shotgun start at 1 p.m.

Entry fee is $140 per team or $35 per person and Includes green fees, carts, range balls, brunch and prizes. Also, prizes will be awarded to first, second and third places teams.

To register, email the player rank and full names to Robert Taylor at robert.l.taylor628.naf@mail.mil.

For more information, call 907-GOLF or call www.fortbraggmwr.com.

Patriot Kids Day:

Patriot Hunts, an organization dedicated to recreation activities for wounded warriors and active-duty servicemembers and their Families, will hold its Patriot Kids Day, Saturday, at Maple Creek Farm in N.C. Activities will include four-wheel riding, shooting on the BB-gun range and fishing (bring a fishing pole if possible; bait will be provided). Lunch will also be provided. Attendees will meet at 9 a.m. at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville to caravan to Maple Creek Farm. For more information, contact Ken Barnard at 237-5951 or email pbarnard3@nc.rr.com; or contact Charlotte Watson Survivor Outreach Services at 396-0384 or email charlotte; watson@us.army.mil.

All American Trail closed:

During hunting seasons, whether on public or private undeveloped land, you want to be seen.  Wear bright clothing, preferably hunter or blaze orange for all light conditions.  Avoid clothing with fur or tans and whites (like a running deer).  Shine a light when out at dawn/dusk or at night.

No one should ever be off the paved roads unless on a scheduled military training exercise, or  a scheduled and coordinated activity (such as through the Hunting and  Fishing Center), or at a specific forest recreation facility (such as Smith Lake).  To do so is a a citable offense, and can be dangerous to the individual and constitute a serious impediment to essential military training operations.