Zumba class offered
A Zumba class will start on Monday, July 1, at the Schnebly Recreation Center, 1101 Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach.
Class times will be 7 to 8 p.m. each Monday and Wednesday.
The cost is $5 per class.
For more information, call (386) 671-3560.
Top angler crowned King of the Inlet
Capt. Barry Hughes, aboard his boat Total Vision, was crowned King of the Inlet on June 22.
Capt. Hughes and his crew accumulated 1135 points in the three-tournament event to win grand prize of $5,000.
The coronation was at Redwood Wharton Captain's Lounge at Inlet Harbor.
During the tournament in April, May and June, anglers fish offshore for wahoo, dolphin and king mackerel.
Second place was the boat Cuda Bear with 1089 points and third place was Reel Diggin with 1037 points. The two runners-up each "reeled in" more than $1,000 in prize money.
Keelboat course beginning
The Halifax Sailing Association is offering a three-day basic keelboat course in July at 15 Fremont Court, Daytona Beach.
Class dates will be determined by student availability.
The course is taught on classic 25-and 30-foot sloops and includes rigging, sail trim, departure and return under sail and power, basic sailing maneuvers, use of charts, and anchoring.
Cost is $150 per day of instruction ($450 total). U.S. Sailing Certification Test is optional for $50.
For information or to schedule the course, email firstname.lastname@example.org
USTA Florida invites players/coaches to 'Bring Your Own' teams
USTA Florida is launching a new series of recreational team tennis events, under the mantra "Bring Your Own Team."
Dubbed "Team Tennis Challenges," these two- and three-day tournaments are designed to be a more fun, more open recreational format for teams to play.
Teams from anywhere in the state can register for the first-ever State Team Tennis Challenge at the Florida Tennis Center July 26-28.
Four regional Team Tennis Challenges will follow this fall across the state. Both USTA members and non-members can participate, with USTA members receiving a $10 discount on registration.
To participate, teams must have a minimum of two boys and two girls and no more than eight players per team. Age divisions include 12 and under, 14 and under, 16 and under and 18 and under, and there are three skill divisions: novice, intermediate and advanced, with short-set scoring used.
Participation is limited, and USTA Florida strongly encourages coaches to register teams early to ensure their place in this landmark event.
For more information or to register, visit USTAFlorida.com/teamtennischallenges.