Annual Float-In Movie packs 'em in, and next week Kingman hosts a big-time softball tournament

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JC AMBERLYN/Miner

The Kingman Parks and Recreation Department held its annual Float-In Movie event at Centennial Pool on Friday night.

Families could come to the pool, swim, snack and enjoy watching "Jaws" projected on a large screen.

The next big event from Parks and Recreation begins July 27, when Kingman hosts a six-day ASA 12U Girls Fast Pitch Class "B" Western National Championship tournament.

Parks and Rec Coordinator Ryan Fruhwirth said the 32-team event will feature "top quality players from all over the Southwest. Local fans will want to come out for this."