10th Annual Food Bank Tournament -2021-


Download and print the registration form and waiver here Food Bank 2021 Registration.

or register online here


Edmonds Petanque Club

10th Annual Food Bank Tournament

In Memory of Dick Van Hollebeke

WHEN:       Saturday, August 28, 2021

WHAT:       Doubles Tournament: Men, Women, or Mixed Teams, Formed in Advance by Participants. 24 Team Limit.

WHERE:     Sierra Park. 19080 80th Ave. W; Edmonds, WA 98026. Parking Available

CHECK-IN: 8:30am at Sierra Park on August 28. COVID VACCINATION REQUIRED.

REGISTER: By mail or on-line. Download and print the registration form and waiver here Food Bank 2021 Registration.
Registration and waiver must be received by August 27

Mail registration to:     

Michelle Martin
1001 5th Ave. S.    #206
Edmonds, WA 98020

START:          9:00am. Games Begin. Play will likely conclude by 4:00pm

FEES:             $60 PER TEAM. Payable by Personal Check or On-line with Credit Card via the club’s PayPal edmondspetanque@gmail.com or scanning this QR Code with your phone camera. 

Registration fee covers donuts and coffee, sandwich lunch, and drinking water.

PRIZES:        Medals awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in Concours. Prizes for 1st and 2nd in Consolante. Prize Raffle for a Variety of Wonderful Items.

INFO:            Visit www.edmondspetanque.org or call Jack McHenry (206-832-9179)

AFTER TOURNAMENT EXPENSES ARE PAID, 100% OF TOURNAMENT PROCEEDS GO DIRECTLY TO THE EDMONDS FOOD BANK

PLEASE BRING NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR DONATION TO THE FOOD BANK! OR MAKE A CASH DONATION AT THE TOURNAMENT!

SUPPORT THE FOOD BANK — REGISTER NOW!


STANDARD SPORTS LIABILITY WAIVER

Releasees: 1. The Federation of Petanque USA and FPUSA’s Member Clubs and Events; 2. The Edmonds Petanque Club (EPC), its Members, its Staff, its Board of Directors, the sponsors of its Sanctioned Events; and 3. The City of Edmonds, WA, its staff, and elected officials.

Sport Activity: Petanque

I acknowledge that this sport is an extreme test of a person’s physical and mental limits and carries with it the potential for death, serious injury and property loss. The risks include, but are not limited to, those caused by terrain, facilities, temperature, weather, condition of athletes, equipment, vehicular traffic, actions of other people, including but not limited to, participants, volunteers, spectators, coaches, event officials, event monitors, and/or producers of the event and lack of hydration. These risks are not only inherent in athletics but are also present for volunteers.

I hereby assume all of the risks of participating and/or volunteering in this sport’s events.

I realize that liability may arise from negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons or entities being released, from dangerous or defective equipment or property owned, maintained, or controlled by them or because of their possibility liability.

I certify that I am physically fit and have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, have sufficiently trained for participation in this sport’s events, and have not been advised otherwise by a qualified person.

I acknowledge that this Accident Waiver and Release of Liability form will be used by the event holders, sponsors, and organizers, in which I may participate and that it will govern my actions and responsibilities at said events.

In consideration of my application and permitting me to participate in this sport, I hereby take action for myself, my executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin, successors, and assigns as follows: To waive, release and discharge from any and all liability for my death, disability, personal injury, illness, property damage, property theft or actions of any kind which may hereafter accrue to me including my traveling to and from events, the following entities or persons: all the Releasees named in the first paragraph of this form.

I hereby consent to receive medical treatment which may be deemed advisable in event of injury, accident and or illness during this sport’s events.

I understand that at this sport’s events or related activities, I may be photographed. I agree to allow my photo, video, or film likeness to be used for any legitimate purpose by the event holders, producers, sponsors, organizers, and assigns.

The Accident Waiver and Release of Liability shall be construed broadly to provide a related and waiver to the maximum extent permissible under applicable law.

EDMONDS PETANQUE CLUB – FOOD BANK TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION

 

FIRST AND LAST NAME (Print) ____________________________________________________________________

ADDRESS _____________________________________________________________________________________

PHONE AND EMAIL _____________________________________________________________________________

YOUR TEAMMATE’S FIRST AND LAST NAME __________________________________________________________

I hereby certify that the information provided in the above registration is current and accurate. I further certify that I have read the above waiver of liability and that I understand and agree with its content.

SIGNATURE ___________________________________________________ DATE ____________________________

AMOUNT PAID __________________________________________________________________________________

Register on-line at www.edmondspetanqueclub.org and pay with credit card or PayPal OR mail your signed registration form and personal check made out to “Edmonds Petanque Club” to Michelle Martin; 1001 5th Ave. S #206; Edmonds, WA 98020.

Record number of participants celebrate Bastille Day 2019

Edmonds Petanque Celebrates Bastille Day

 

The Edmonds Petanque Club and guests celebrated French Independence Day on July 14 by taking part in the 7th Annual Bastille Day Petanque Tournament at the Edmonds Civic Playfield. A record 56 players filled the courts to test each other’s skills in the game of petanque and make new friends in this open-format tournament that is designed to welcome newcomers to the game.

 

After players had completed four games with randomly assigned partners over the course of the day, tournament directors tallied all scores and calculated this year’s winners. Tom Nunn of Edmonds took top honors by winning all four games and finishing with the highest cumulative score among all players. Edmonds Petanque Club President Michelle Martin showed her skills by finishing in second place; and Port Townsend ace Silas Holm came in third.

 

The Edmonds Petanque Club wishes to extend an appreciative “Thank You!” to all the sponsors of this year’s tournament. Their support adds encouragement and excitement to everyone’s play and allows the club to continue this worthwhile event in support of the Edmonds community. This year’s sponsors included Arista Wine Cellar, Arnie’s Restaurant, Cafe Louvre, Edmonds Theatre, Engel’s Pub, The French American Chamber of Commerce, Housewares Edmonds, Lagunitas Brewery, Pancake Haus, Panera, Petanque America, Red Twig Cafe, Rick Steves Travel, and The Walnut Street Café. At the end of the day, as one visitor proclaimed, “This was one heck of a party!” Without question the day’s success is due to the hard work of over 20 volunteers who pitched in to erect canopies and tables, prepare the courts, and organize the day. Thank you volunteers!

Queens of Petanque

Ladies, grab your boules and play with your female friends on Thursdays at 6 PM starting June 13 through Labor day.  No need to be a member or have your own boules as the club can provide them.  It’s a great way to be introduced to the game and gain new friends!

2018 FPUSA TOURNAMENTS OF INTEREST

May 19  National Mens & Womens Singles  Portland Petanque Club, Portland, OR

May 20 National Mixed Triples  Portland Petanque Club, Portland, OR

June 23-24 Walla Walla Wine Country Open.  Format:  Select Doubles.  Contact (509) 525-5700

August 11  NW Regional Mixed Triples  Portland Petanque Club, Portland, OR

August 12  NW Regional Mens & Womens Triples  Portland Petanque Club, Portland, OR

August 25-26  Womens Triples World Championship Qualifier  Port Townsend Petanque Alliance, Port Townsend, WA

Annual Spring Petanque League

2018 Edmonds Petanque Club Champions

 

On Saturday, June 2, at the Edmonds Civic Playfield, Edmonds Petanque Club members celebrated this year’s league champions. After five intense weeks of league play, the winning team of Ed Cornachio and David Rockwell secured the Chris Guitton Cup, awarded to the top doubles team in yearly league play. David Rockwell has now secured highest honors in four of the past five years. Three times with his previous partner Scott Bernhard and this year with Ed Cornachio, David has demonstrated his outstanding skill at this challenging game. Ed Cornachio is hardly a newcomer to the sport, but this was Ed’s first trip to the winners’ podium. When congratulated on the outcome, Ed responded with a twinkle, “Thank you, but you should expect nothing less from an 88 year-old Italian-American!” Second place honors went to the all-French team of club members Brien Meilleur and Jacques Maussenet. Bronze medals were awarded to third place finishers Paul Dever and Forest Hertlein.

 

Saturday’s events also included a one-day tournament among the teams who had competed in the cup competition. In this event, Paul Dever and Forest Hertlein upset the league’s top finishers to emerge as champions of the one-day tournament. Second place honors went to Karen Crabb and Jim Klein, while Ed Cornachio and David Rockwell finished in third. Saturday’s day-long event culminated the club’s league play and recognized all participants as well as winning medalists. The day also allowed club members simply to enjoy each other’s company on a beautiful day at the petanque courts.

 

 

Ed C. and David R. EPC League winners 2018
Forest H and Paul D
League Tournament 1st place

 

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