Page 8 - Jupiter Spotlight - September '19
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Page 8, Jupiter Spotlight

        Jupiter Senior                                   The River Center Hooks

        Softball Program                                 Another Successful Tournament!

        Seeks More                                         The Junior Angler Fishing                       on Aug. 9, where the winners were announced, and prizes
                                                         Tournament returned for its
                                                                                                           awarded. A hearty congratulations goes out to the grand
                                                                                                           prize winner, Cameron Burlage who managed to reel in and
                                                         sixth year this summer with
        Players                                          42 anglers participating in the                   photograph more than 416 fish and caught 45 different species!
                                                         five-week competition. This
                                                                                                             With such tremendous turnout and interest in the
                                                         tournament spans multiple
                                                                                                           tournament, the River Center hopes to continue building on
                                                         weeks to allow anglers time                       this accomplishment. We are already looking forward to next
         Summer may be over but the fun doesn’t end for   to catch as many fish as                         year’s competitive and educational summer adventure. The
       the many Jupiter Senior Softball enthusiasts whose   possible. Points are awarded                   River Center would like to thank our 2019 sponsors for their
       love of the game has them turning out for games every   not only for the number                     support of our junior anglers: Fishing Headquarters, Marine
       Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning, year-round.   of fish caught, but also for                    Industries Association of Palm Beach County, Bass Pro Shop,
         Games follow batting practice at 8:30 a.m. at Jupiter   the number of different                   West Palm Beach Fishing Club, D.O.A. Lures, Dick’s Sporting
       Community Park, 3373 Church St.                   species represented in the                        Goods, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
         New players are always needed and urged to register   submissions. The more fish                  and the Loxahatchee River District.
       now to help fill teams for a Fall League and the 2020   you catch and the more species you catch, the better your     The River Center is located at 805 N. U.S. Highway 1 in
       Winter League that runs from January 2020 through   chances are to win! These innovative guidelines encourage   Jupiter at Burt Reynolds Park. Hours of operation: Sept. 1
       March. The softball program is open to men 55 and   contestants to spend time throughout the summer exploring   to May 31, Tuesday and Wednesday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and
       older and players of all skill levels are welcome.   the diversity of habitats and fish species in our Palm Beach   Thursday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; June 1 to Aug.
         There is no upper age limit but most participants   and Martin Counties, all while honing their fishing skills. Our   31, Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This unique
       are in their 60s and 70s, and some in their 80s.  participants reeled in over 3,000 fish!           environmental center presents some of the largest aquatic
         The slow-pitch softball program began in 1988 and     In hopes of accommodating all interested participants, both   exhibits in the area with an interactive exploration of the
       is sponsored by the Jupiter Senior Softball Association   fresh and saltwater photo submissions were accepted. Some   river, diverse wildlife and its majestic environmental value.
       in cooperation with the Town of Jupiter. A majority of   kids enjoyed fishing from the lake in their backyard for a   In addition, guests learn where their water comes from, how it
       the players are retirees plus others with flexible hours   trophy bass, while others preferred heading offshore in hopes   is consumed and recycled back into the community. There are
       that allow them time to participate. A promotional flyer   of reeling in snappers. It was important for our tournament   multimedia and live aquatic exhibits, and a touch tank teeming
       urges those interested to “Come Play in Paradise,” a   to cater to each angler’s preferences. The excitement of the   with aquatic life. For more information about the River Center,
       reference to the state’s sunny climate that is conducive   tournament culminated in a family fish fry at the River Center   please call (561) 743-7123 or visit
       to games throughout the year.
         The league features several divisions that allow                                         “Service is our number one priority”
       games  for  more  competitive  players  as  well  as  for
       those desiring a more relaxed style of play with an                                                      561-743-0070
       emphasis on enjoyment of the games. Registration
       can be made online at                                            
       For more information contact Dave Summers at (561)

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       Their faces say it best, that any day at the ballpark is a
       good one. They are, front row, left to right: Gene Holmes,
       Pete Furio, Mike Manasia, Sid Dinerstein, Gary Brann
       and Glenn Spacht. Back row, Pete Forgatch.

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