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Tuesday night rides

Team Sugar/White Pine Touring begins the fifth season of women-only bike rides on Tuesday nights. The skilled women of White Pine Touring’s Team Sugar will help participants overcome the challenges of shifting, switchbacks, and technical descents. The group will meet every Tuesday night from Memorial Day until Labor Day from 6-8 p.m. Please arrive by 5:30pm at White Pine Touring, located at 1790 Bonanza Drive. Mountain Biking ability will range from beginner to advanced. There may be up to 60 women participating, which will be divided up accordingly. The cost is free. Team Sugar/White Pine Touring is a group of women mountain bike racers devoted to introducing as many women as possible to the sport as well as to promote the fun of competitive racing. For more information, please contact Jean Carlan at 513-2271

Tennis tryouts

The Park City High School girls tennis team will be holding a car wash fundraiser on Saturday, June 9 at the Jess Reid building. Also, mark the calendar now for the Park City girls tennis team tryouts, which will be held Monday, July 30 from noon to 2:30 p.m. at the Solamere/Oaks Swim and Tennis Club.

Youth Soccer Camp

The South Summit Aquatics and Fitness Center is offering a youth soccer camp for all skill levels June 4-7 from 10 a.m.- noon. The camp is for boys and girls ages 8-14. The cost is $15 and includes a T-shirt. Register at the South Summit Aquatic and Fitness Center’s Front Desk during regular business hours May 14 June 2. If the weather permits, the will be held camp on the South Summit High School soccer field. Shin guards are recommended but not necessary.

Hershey’s correction

The South Summit Aquatics and Fitness Center has changed the date of the Hershey’s Track and Field youth event from June 9 to June 2.

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