Sugaw Creek Recreation Center (943 W. Sugar Creek Road) hosts the Ned Pollock/Queen City Memorial Boxing Tournament 6 p.m. Oct. 11.
The tournament features 15-20 bouts between boxers ages 10-24.
Admission: $10 for adults, and $5 for students and kids.
The Urban Ministry Center is holding a clothing drive in conjunction with the tournament.
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Donate hats, gloves, socks and backpacks for homeless people from noon to 4 p.m. at the rec center Oct. 11.
Cedarwood Country Club (4100 Pineville Matthews Road) hosts the Toys for Tots Golf Tournament Tuesday.
Shotgun start at 10:30 a.m., silent auction at 8:30 a.m.
The tournament will raise money for the Marine Corps' Toys for Tots program.
Details: Vicki Walker at 704-377-2600 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.toysfortotsgolf.org.
Upward Basketball registration is available at Pineville United Methodist Church (110 S. Polk St.).
Register for basketball and cheerleading teams for $60 by Oct. 31, $75 by Nov. 30. Scholarships available.
Participants must attend an orientation or evaluation.
Practices begin the week of Dec. 8, games begin Jan. 17.
Download registration forms at www.pinevilleumc.org. Details: Call the church at 704-889-2022 or Mark Shutt at 704-542-6777.
The NCAFFL/Prime Time Sports offers adult flag football leagues for men, women and coed this fall in the University City area and Pineville. Anyone is eligible.
Details: 704-506-6179 or www.leaguelineup.com/ncaffl.
The Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department needs volunteers to build a NASCAR-themed playground in Nevin Park (6000 Statesville Road).
Construction shifts will be scheduled for Sept. 29-Oct. 5.
To sign up and for more information, contact Lori Saylor at 704-336-5478 or email@example.com.
The first section of the Four Mile Creek Greenway opens Oct. 11.
Mecklenburg Park and Recreation hosts a celebration at 10 a.m. by the parking lot and restrooms near the 11900 block of Johnston Road.
Residents are invited to bike or jog in the inaugural ride on the new path.
This section is a 2.1-mile extension of the McMullen and McAlpine Creek greenways between Rea and Johnston roads, creating more than six continuous miles of trails. Parking near the site is limited.