For ten years running, the great people at the Lakes Environmental Association in snowy Bridgton, ME, will host the annual 2014 Four Square World Championships, on Saturday, Feb 22, 2014, at 5:00PM at Bridgton Academy* (directions | map).
Entrance to the Champs is open to the public so expect people of all shapes, sizes and stature in attendance. Competitors will battle for the greatest four square title in the world. Entrants will be divided into three divisions based on age, and there will be no custom rules allowed.
We'll have one of our street teams in Porter Square today, Oct 7, from 6-7PM. Porter's infamous crosswalk plaza needs a green injection - since the developers couldn't figure out how to do it, we'll add our bright green shirts to the scenery for an hour instead.
If you want a quick dose of four square before the season starts in three weeks then join us in Porter. We're making a visible presence in Cambridge and Somerville, so you will see us several more times in different neighborhoods before the big kick off on Oct 24.
I was reading the blog of a local upcycling carpentry company here in Cleveland, Ohio. "Piece of Cleveland" salvages lumber from razed buildings and creates new furniture. The former Stanard Elementary School was one. The Stanard site is now a big community garden. Some of those old bricks now grace my garden walkways. It has been rumored that our beloved game of four square was born on that playground. Could you confirm or correct that notion? -Steve 10/3/2010
Here are the notes from our Strategic Planning Meeting from Sep 21, 2010. I'm posting them up here for league members and other interested individuals to read and comment on. You'll also find these on the Facebook group as a discussion topic.