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What's happening - Aug. 11

 

August 11, 2019



• Clovis Municipal Schools is selling a family pass for the 2019-20 athletic year.

The $130 pass will be valid for two parents and three schoolchildren for admission to any home game for any team in the Clovis district from middle school to high school, with the exception of Clovis High School football games and playoff games in any sport.

Passes are available at the CHS athletic office.

Information: 575-769-4350, ext. 1023.

• The Clovis High Athletics office is selling reserved seat season tickets for the upcoming Wildcat football season, according to a release from the district.

The sale will be open first to reserved seat season ticket holders from the 2018 season, who have until Thursday to either renew their season tickets at $60 each or relinquish their seats.

Any remaining seats after Thursday will be sold for $60, with a $20 discount to active duty and retired military.

Tickets may be purchased and picked up at the CHS athletic office at 1900 Thornton.

The tickets are good for all five regular-season home games. If any are still available in-season, single-game reserved seat tickets will be $12 each at the gate.

General admission tickets are available in advance at the athletics office. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students, active or retired military (with ID) and senior citizens (62 or older). Family athletic passes are not accepted for football games.

Information: Cindy Gulley, 575-769-4350, ext. 1023.

The Eastern New Mexico University softball program will have three camps in September — prospect elite camps Sept. 7 and 21 and a Lil’ Hounds Camp Sept. 14.

All three camps are at Greyhound Softball Field.

The elite camps are for girls entering grades 9-12, and each respective camp will be held 9 a.m.-4 p.m. with check-in and same-day registration for $60 per player at 8:30 a.m. Each camp will be limited to the first 40 participants that register.

The Lil’ Hound Camp will be held 9 a.m.-noon Sept. 14 for girls or boys, with registration beginning at 8:30 a.m. Registration is $30 per participant.

For more information, email [email protected]

• The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is seeking public comment on the draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the construction of the Clovis Wing-shooting Complex and Archery Range at Ned Houk Park in Clovis.

The EA analyzes potential effects on physical, biological and cultural resources and socioeconomic conditions that may result from the implementation of the project. The EA also incorporates other federal, state and local environmental policies and regulations and is prepared in accordance with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) National Environmental Policy Act Handbook.

The proposed range would include a four trap/skeet combination fields, a sporting clays course, a 90-yard archery sight-in range and multipurpose building that would house classrooms and an indoor archery/air gun range, storage and restroom on a 150-acre parcel owned by the city. The range project is a partnership between the Department and city and will be operated and maintained by the city if constructed. If approved, the USFWS Wildlife Restoration Grant Program will provide much of the funding for this project. The range will serve as a public shooting range and will also provide hunter education program opportunities.

The draft EA can be found on the Department's website. Comments can be sent to [email protected] and must be received by Aug. 30.

For information, please call 505-476-8100. Printed copies of the draft EA can be obtained by writing the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, P.O. Box 25112, Santa Fe, NM 87504 to the attention of Jessica Fisher, Shooting Program information.

Sports events or sports-related activities to list? Call: 575-763-3431. Fax: 575-762-3879. Drop it off at 521 Pile St, Clovis. Email:

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