Memorial run Jan. 5 in Fort Mill

January 1, 2013 

— The Joe Davis Memorial Resolution Run will be 9 a.m. Jan. 5 at Walter Elisha Park, Fort Mill. Proceeds benefit Keystone Substance Abuse Services. For information or registration, go to joedavisrun.com

FOOTBALL

Giants fans gathering

New York Giants fans get together in a special room reserved for game day at Madison’s on The Corner at the corner of S.C. 160 West and Gold Hill Road in Fort Mill.

Fans can watch the game on a projection screen and several flat-screens.

Enjoy a hot buffet for less than $10, or order from the menu. The group typically doesn’t meet for games shown in prime time.

All fans are welcome, but a head count for the buffet is needed before the game. For information, email elifor6@gmail.com or call 803-802-3990.

Bills Backers meet for games

Buffalo Bills fans are invited to Towne Tavern at Fort Mill, home of the York County Buffalo Bills Backers Fan Club. Join fellow Bills fans in suite 160 and view all Buffalo Bills games on a 10-foot HD projection with theatre sound.

Specials, giveaways and Western New York fare. For membership information, contact Towne Tavern at 803-802-2340 or towntavern@comporium.net.

Jets fans join at Skyline Grill

Jets fans who want to watch the game with other local fans can stop in at the Skyline Grill at Regent Park Golf Club in Fort Mill. Fans can keep track of all of the games aired on the NFL Package and enjoy $1.50 domestic beers on game day. Call 803-548-3777.

BASEBALL

Follow Knights stadium progress

The Charlotte Knights have launched a ballpark webcam for fans to view the construction of BB&T Ballpark, the future home of the baseball team. The webcam is accessible from the team’s website, charlotteknights.com. Photos of the construction process will be updated daily at the team’s official Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

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