Video Game Tournament Fundraiser for District 1 Supervisor Candidate

Press release from Gordon Clatworthy:

Get ready for an electrifying event this Friday, December 1st, at Sparky Fox Arcade in the Bayshore Mall, starting at 5 pm! Just one month since its grand opening, this vibrant business has caught our attention, and we’re seizing the opportunity to make a real impact.

In my dedication to reviving local businesses, I’ve decided to take a unique approach to fundraising. We need to connect with the community in unprecedented ways, encouraging not only voter registration but also fostering new and dynamic political engagement.

video game tournament flyerWith nearly 1 in 5 Humboldt County residents living below the poverty line and others struggling to make ends meet, I envisioned an initiative that is both cost-effective and entertaining. That’s why I’m thrilled to invite you to our Video Game Tournament Fundraiser at the Bayshore Mall! For just $25.00, you can participate in this exciting event that is open to the public.

Expect an evening filled with gaming excitement, delicious food, and refreshing drinks. Let’s come together, have a blast, and make a difference in our community! See you this Friday at the Bayshore Mall!

If you can’t make it but still want to donate, please use our donation portal either at or

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Ben Round
Ben Round
2 months ago

Creative ideas are welcome in candidates! Also, having your name on the meme / poster, and on the press release/ articles you submit / write is very important! (As part of the link is not enough). Without the headline of the article that a candidate was offering this, I would have had NO idea. (Send your thanks to Kym and staff). You want your name to be associated with ‘creative solutions’. Right? Name recognition is important!

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Mind Drive
Mind Drive
2 months ago

I used to be one of the best to master Battlezone (3D vector tank arcade game), pretty good at Lunar Lander, Asteroids, Centipede, Tempest, Joust… and I could hold my own on Pac Man, Donkey Kong, Dig Dug, and Q*Bert. But the arcade console I wish I had purchased for myself was Star Wars Pinball – the only pinball game I ever cared to play (and that I did aplenty!)

What types of games are at Sparky Fox Arcade? (I assume they are more modern, competitive games per your mention of Mario Cart, rather than the standalone classic arcade consoles. But please correct me if I’m wrong. I’d love to show my grandkids my mad skills! Assuming I still have them, hehe.)