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April 11, 2012
Simcoe Kart Club's Annual Sutton Track Beautification Set for April 14

Simcoe Kart Club invites all of its members, past and present, to come to 3-S Go Karts in Sutton this Saturday (April 14) at 9:30 am, for the annual track beautification day.

Bob Staples, Mike Hamilton, Jeff Edgar, Maria and Anand Mohan, Bill Chiplakov, and Jason Latimer will be coordinating the work crews. 3-S Go Karts is providing lunch and light beverages, and giving everyone that helps us on Saturday a free open practice day on Sunday (April 15).

Please bring your favorite work gloves, shovels, rakes, paint brushes and rollers, power tools, and, if you have some extra black, red and white paint on hand, please bring it too so that the cornerstones, scale pavilion, and score tower can be painted. Please watch the weather forecast in case Mother Nature has any surprises in store.

The Simcoe Kart Club looks forward to seeing everyone this Saturday as it prepares the track for the upcoming Driver & Mechanic training day, Open House, and Flea Market, (no dealers please) on Saturday, April 21. There is no charge for karters to set up at the flea market, however, they do ask that you bring your own tables and chairs.

Thank you in advance for all the help and support. See you there.

Learn more at http://www.SimcoeKartClub.com and http://www.3SGoKartsInternational.com
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