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Kickball, Cornhole, KanJam tournaments scheduled
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City of McMinnville athletic coordinator Terry Beard shows off his kickball skills Monday afternoon at the Civic Center. Beard wants the community to come out Aug. 13 to enjoy a day of a kickball, cornhole and Kan-Jam tournaments at the Civic Center ballfields.

Smokin' in McMinnville will be held at McMinnville Civic Center Aug. 12-13, which will see a lot of tasty food from several barbeque competitors.
This year, the event will see even more excitement thanks to McMinnville Parks and Recreation athletic coordinator Terry Beard in the form of three tournaments.
The tournaments will consist of adult co-ed kickball, cornhole and KanJam, which is a Frisbee game between four competitors, who try to get it into a garbage can.
All of the tournaments will be Aug. 13 with times to be announced at a later date.
The kickball tournament will have several stipulations, which include: A team can have eight to 10 players to a team, half of which have to be female.
The entry fee for a team is $50 per team and the winning team will receive five racks of ribs that have been cooked by the barbeque competitors. The limit of teams is set at six and the kickball tournament will be held at Hoover-Millraney Field.
There have been two teams that have signed up so far to play and there will be an exhibition between the two teams before the tournament.
The entry fee for the cornhole and KanJam tournaments will be $10 per team and the winning team in both tournaments will receive two racks of ribs. Both tournaments will be held on Cat Walker Field.
Beard had this to say about the event and the tournaments and how to sign up for any of the events.
“We expect it to be a big, fun and tasty event. We hope a lot of people will want to participate in the tournaments and if they have any questions contact me at 473-1212 and we can get them signed up and they can pay their entry fee the morning of.”