Time to register for Street Fair 3-on-3 hoop tournament

The entry fee is $60 per team in the youth/high school divisions and $70 in the men’s, women’s, family and business divisions.

The third annual three-on-three basketball tournament will be coming to downtown Enumclaw on July 28.

The street hoop tourney is part of Enumclaw Street Fair weekend and is again sponsored by Molen Orthodontics.

Registration is under way. The entry fee is $60 per team in the youth/high school divisions and $70 in the men’s, women’s, family and business divisions. That rate is good through July 1; after that, fees jump by $10. The registration deadline is Friday, July 20.

To enter a team, visit: http://content.molenorthodontics.com/enumclaw3x3.

Tournament play will be more visible this time around, with courts in the parking lot behind the Chamber of Commerce building on Cole Street.

For information, email: rotarystreetfair@gmail.com.

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