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Runner-up finish for Triple B

Members of Napa Bocce Association Winter League B Division runner-up Triple B are, from left, Jeff Ehrlich, Glenn Lustig, Ginger Gregory, Janny Latno, Jill Bockman, Stuart Bockman, Paulette Litz, Jeff Glathe and Tammy Glathe.

NVC women’s soccer fundraiser April 27

The Napa Valley College women’s soccer program is putting on a wine tasting and silent auction as a fundraising event from 6 to 10 p.m. April 27 at the NVC Performing Arts Center. The event is in conjunction with NVC’s 75th anniversary.

Tickets are $40 each.

Each ticket includes a 2018 special commemorative wine glass, a tasting selection of 5-plus Napa Valley wines, and an opportunity for silent auction participation.

Current participating donors are Vermeil Wines, Belle Glos, Benessere Vineyards, Keever Vineyards, Jam Cellars, The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, Synergy Medical Fitness Center, Clif Family Winery, and NVC DAS.

Live music will be provided. Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin’ BBQ will cater the evening by providing the small bites and appetizers to pair with the wines.

The event sponsors are NVC DAS and Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin’ BBQ. Participating donors are Vermeil Wines, Belle Glos, Benessere Vineyards, Keever Vineyards, Jam Cellars, The Culinary Institute of America, Synergy Medical Fitness Center, Clif Family Winery, Charles Woodson Wines, 1839 F.C., Ranch Markets, Trefethen Family Vineyards and Pine Ridge Vineyards.

Visit for more information.

First ’Spare a Dime’ Giants outing April 29

“Brother Can You Spare a Dime” community baseball outings is back for its 60th year.

For the 60th year, the “Brother Can You Spare a Dime” community baseball outings program is taking groups of special and deserving youngsters, senior citizens and the general public to San Francisco Giants baseball games on Sundays.

A group of tickets each game are donated free of charge to a local youth organization and the remaining tickets are sold to Napa seniors and local Giants fans.

Motor-coach transportation is provided for the entire group along with refreshments and entertainment on the road.

The games being attended this year are April 29 against the Los Angeles Dodgers, May 20 against the Colorado Rockies, June 24 against the San Diego Padres, July 15 against the Oakland Athletics, Aug. 26 against the Texas Rangers, Sept. 16 against the Colorado Rockies, and Sept. 30 against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

For more information or to request tickets, visit or call (707) 337-4962.

NHS Dance performs ‘Then & Now’ May 4-6

The Napa High School Dance Department presents “Then & Now” at the Napa Valley Unified School District Auditorium at 7 p.m. May 4 and 5, and at 2 p.m. May 6.

Tickets go on sale a half hour before each show. Admission is $15 for adults, $10 for students, and free for children age 5 and younger. There are no pre-sale tickets. Jazz, Contemporary, Break dancing, Salsa, Hip hop and award winning competition routines will be showcased in the fast-paced show.

Email director Hollie Schmidt at for more information.

St. Helena High’s ‘Fajita Fest’ athletic fundraiser May 5

St. Helena High School’s athletic booster club, the Saints Athletic Association, will hold its 14th annual “Fajita Fest” fundraiser at 6 p.m. May 5 at Native Sons Hall in St. Helena. This popular hometown event features silent and live auctions with unique wine lots, gift baskets and sports memorabilia, a no-host bar, and a delicious fajita dinner from Villa Corona. All the funds raised will benefit all sports programs and athletes at St. Helena High School.

The association will honor Randy Neller, a 1974 SHHS graduate who coached football at the school from 1978 to 2012. He also coached Carpy Gang Football, Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School wrestling, and SHHS track and field, and ran the basketball shot clock at the high school from 2000-2014.

Tickets are available for $40 per person or $350 for a table for eight by contacting Kay McMullen at 707-963-2600, or at

Warriors Basketball Camp at Justin-Siena June 11-15

The Golden State Warriors announced that the Warriors Basketball Camp will hold 31 camp sessions at 25 locations this summer. Registration for all general summer camp sessions and special overnight sessions is available now at

Session III of Warriors Basketball Camp is June 11-15 at Justin-Siena High School.

Last year, Warriors Basketball Camp set a summer attendance record with over 4,200 boys and girls selling out all 28 camp sessions in the Bay Area.

The summer schedule is highlighted by 28 general sessions, which focus on individual skill development, the importance of fundamentals and the development of a healthy team attitude for boys and girls, ages 7-15, of all skill levels and abilities. The general sessions will be held in San Ramon, Petaluma, Napa, Saratoga, San Francisco, Santa Rosa, San Jose, Livermore, Oakley, Oakland, Walnut Creek, South San Francisco, San Mateo, Cupertino, Larkspur, Newark, Hayward and Santa Cruz.

The staff at Warriors Basketball Camp consists of current high school and college coaches, as well as current and former college players. Many sessions of Warriors Basketball Camp feature appearances by current and former Warriors players and coaches.

Discounts are available for early registration (until April 18), multiple sessions and siblings.

For complete details on Warriors Basketball Camp and to sign-up online, visit or call (510) 986-5310.

PUC women’s volleyball camp June 18-22

Pacific Union College women’s volleyball is hosting a week-long summer camp, which puts an emphasis on developing the fundamental skills of volleyball for beginning to advanced levels.

The camp is from June 18-22. It’s for youths ages 8 to 18 and will be held at Pacific Union College’s Pacific Auditorium in Angwin.

The hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., Friday.

Players will receive an advanced workout and participate in drills and games that will be directed by Brittany Brown, PUC’s Athletic Director, and PUC volleyball players.

Water and a camp T-shirt will be provided

Athletes will need to bring their own lunch.

There is an early registration fee of $170 by April 27.

After that date, the registration fee is $190.

The registration deadline is June 15.

Checks are to be made payable to Brittany Norman Brown.

To sign up, or for more information, contact Brittany Norman Brown at (707) 965-6349 or

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