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Annual Lowcountry Regatta will be held

The 48th Annual Lowcountry Regatta, a one-design dinghy regional sailing regatta, will be held June 21-22, hosted by the Beaufort Yacht and Sailing Club, 30 Yacht Club Drive, Lady’s Island.

This is the largest event organized by the Beaufort Yacht and Sailing Club each year, with over 80 visiting boats and 200 visitors, as well as approximately 40 local Beaufort sailors competing.

The race starts at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 21, and there will be a Lowcountry Boil with live music that night. On Sunday, June 22, the race starts at 11 a.m. The awards ceremony will be held at approximately 2 p.m.

There are three race courses: Two in the Beaufort River between the McTeer Bridge and the marsh in front of downtown Beaufort, and one at the Sands in Port Royal at the confluence of the Beaufort River and Battery Creek.

For more information, call 843-522-8216 or visit www.byscnet.com.

Sign up for football camp at Beaufort High

The Beaufort High Football program will hold its 11th Annual Football Camp from June 16-19 for all rising third through eighth grade boys ages 8-14. The registration fee is $80. Camp begins at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, June 16 in the BHS gym.  Pre-registration is preferred, but first day walkins are welcome. Families with two or more campers will be charged only $70 per camper. The fee includes camp tuition, entrance to the pool, a camp certificate, and a camp T-shirt. This is a non-contact camp. T-shirts, shorts, and cleats are the only requirements. Water will be provided. For more information, visit online at bhs.beaufort.k12.sc.us.

YMCA Youth Boating Program starts June 16

The Beaufort YMCA in conjunction with Spirit of America provides unique boating opportunities available to youth. The Spirit of America Program focuses on STEM-based (science, technology, engineering, math) practices, education, safe boating environmental awareness, leadership development and physical fitness. This program actively targets youth participants and has set a goal this year of putting at least 50 percent of the participants through the programs on scholarship. This amounts to thousands worth of programming provided at no or low cost.

The YMCA Boating Experience, a program of the Spirit of America Foundation, is the only community-based non-profit boating organization in Beaufort County.

For more information about signing up or volunteering, contact YMCA Boating Director Paul Spencer at boatingymca@gmail.com or 843-522-9622. The Wardle Family YMCA is located at 1801 Richmond Ave. in Port Royal

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