Sports Brief for Saturday, Aug. 13
Club hosts ‘Try A Quarter Midget Day’ Sunday
The I-5 Quarter Midget Club will host its annual Try A Quarter Midget Day on Sunday at the Grays Harbor Mini Raceway at the Grays Harbor Fairgrounds.
Starting at 10 a.m., children ages 5-16 can try a quarter midget car for a test drive. The club members will have their cars and all of the necessary safety equipment needed. No experience necessary.
A $10 fee is required to cover insurance requirements.
For more information, contact Kyle White (206) 384-8034 or Matt Taborski (360) 589-1811.
Daily World staff reports
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