2007 Four Square World Championships
Town Hall, Bridgton, ME
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There will be a massive turn out in Bridgton, ME, to battle for the greatest four square title in the world. This event is hosted by the Lakes Environmental Association based in Bridgton, ME, on Feb 3, 2007, starting at the Town Hall at 5PM.
The event is open to the public and costs only $10 USD to register, there is no advance registration but please email an RSVP to Peter Lowell email@example.com with an indication of where you are coming from and how many attendees you are bringing. This event is a fundraiser for the Lakes Environmental Association and registration fees directly support the local environmental work they do.
For travelers there are a number of places to stay and things to do around Bridgton. We recommend staying at Grady's Motel which is less than one mile from the World Champs event. Also please join the athletes in a post game pub run at the 302 Roadhouse for food and beverages. There are also other wintertime activities to be had in the Bridgton area (including downhill skiing) and great sites and restaurants in nearby Portland. Make a weekend out of it!
Squarefour will organize transportation and carpooling for league members and friends, we strongly encourage members to compete in this great event since we often take home a percentage of the titles. In fact, both the 2006 men's and women's world championship titles were brought home by Squarefour members, Patrick Miller of Vermont and Dana Ostberg of Massachusetts. Senior Mens Champ Tom "Uncle Tommy" Stockwell of Maine brought home his second title in as many years and is clearly a top contender in the next round in February.
Anyone interested in attending please note that the final times and locations will be published as months draw near . It's open to the public for a $10 entrance fee, the potential fame is priceless. Hopefully we will be seeing you there!