Get the clubs out: The next Commanding General’s Pay Day Golf Scramble is scheduled for Friday, at Ryder Golf Course. Registration is at 10:30 a.m. for a noon shotgun start with a meal following the tournament. The event is open to the public and is an 18-hole scramble. A tie for the championship will be settled by a scorecard playoff beginning with the #1 handicap hole. For more information, call 396-3980.
One-Pitch Softball Tournament: All military/government ID card holders ages 18 and older are eligible to participate in the annual tournament, Friday to Saturday. Registration is required. Teams rosters and payment must be submitted to Leisure Services at the Fort Bragg Mini Mall. Team rosters are not limited to 15 players/coaches, however, only 15 awards will be provided to the first and second place teams. Roster revisions will be permitted throughout the tournament. For more information, call 396-1218.
Friday Fight Night: Come out for a night of fun and help support Children of the Fallen Project, a group formed to help children of men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. Anyone can participate, Sept. 15, at 7:30 p.m. Extensive boxing experience is not allowed. This is for fun. Advance tickets available at Sports USA. Open to the public. Cost is $10.
Recreational Skeet and Trap League: The league meets for eight weeks, on Sundays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Clay Target Center. The fall league runs from Sunday to Nov. 5. Trophies will be awarded for High Overall Female/Male Shooter and Most Improved Shooter. A potluck luncheon will be held after each league. Shotgun rental, ammunition, and ear protection is for sale at the clubhouse, or shooter cans bring their own. Eye and ear protection is mandatory. Cost for Department of Defense ID cardholders, members and their guests is $20; general public is $25. The cost per round of 25 targets is $5 with 2 rounds shot per week. Call 346-9489 for more information.
9/11 Heroes Pub Run/Walk: Join The Runner’s Sport as they honor those who lost their lives during the 9/11 terror attacks and the service and sacrifice of first responders and service members.
This is a 2-mile run/walk that will start at 6:15 p.m. with Wear Blue to Remember for a circle of remembrance. The co-president will say a few words and hold a moment of silence then go around calling out names they personally run for. Runners and walkers of all levels are welcome as well as pets and strollers. Come wearing patriotic outfits.
Neon Night Run: The next Fort Bragg run is Sept. 23, at Longstreet and Reilly roads, near Hedrick Stadium. This will be four mile run with events starting at 7 p.m. and the run starting at 8 p.m. This year, participants must bring their own glow. Glow items will not be provided. There will be bounce houses for kids. The event is free and open to Department of Defense card holders and their guests. No registration required. Strollers and dogs are welcome.
Fort Bragg 10 Miler: The 21st Annual Fort Bragg 10 Miler is an Fort Bragg Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation activity to promote a healthy active lifestyle within the local community. Held Nov. 4, at 8 a.m., this event is open to the public. . The cost is $35 for military and $45 for civilians. For more information and to register, visit www.zippyreg.com/online_reg/reg2017.php?e=976