Damn Jack I thought that pic was Steve. My bad.
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It's a shame this is going up against the Lake Perry event nearby.This is a fubdraiser for the same Topeka club that the McLouth course is associated with. That course can be played anytime. This is a one time event to show interest in the sport and help mentor the youth. Make a donation to that club at this event.
The hours of most parks are usually sun up to sun down. And one of the possible conclusions to this event could be the installation of a gate by the city.Loomis I heard a gate is very likely to be installed.
I thought the park closed from midnite to 6 am, it'd really suck to be charged with trespass after a such a tragic eventI was wondering if that would be how the power company and city can worm out of a lawsuit.
Rose Park is having a grand opening June 22. The park is located in McLouth, Ks. McLouth is located on Hi. 16. Turn North on Union. Then West on Gertrude. Just after getting on a gravel road the parking for the course is the first left. The tee signs are at the rear of the tee area and currently has a 9 hole set up but already looking to expand to make a full 18. Don't forget the tick spray for out here. The parks department is giving full support and offering a free cook out with volunteers demonstrating the sport. I believe DD is also going to be a part of this. One of the kids I met last night just happens to be related to the Eklunds. He's a darn good player already and I think ready for tournament play. I would consider the course to be very challenging for a beginner. Your participation to help grow the sport will be greatly appreciated.Here are original details. Please plan on attending. Bring the whole family. Don't forget the tick spray.
They formed a disc golf club for the school called Disc Dogs or Dawgs not sure of their spelling. They are looking to be the first school in Kansas to form a disc golf team and ask other schools to form teams to compete with. They are getting solid response from the community and schools they are contacting. The gentleman responsible for creating all this interest is Greg Justice. I would like seeing the club offer him a plaque showing our gratitude for helping grow the sport we love so dearly.
More details to come.