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That’s right. Registering the kids for baseball has been on your mind. But it’s time for action! The deadline is fast approaching but you can still register online for Bethany Minor Softball.

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“Whether you want to learn to play softball, have fun, compete, or just enjoy a fun game with some new friends, our Bethany minor softball program is a great way to spend some quality summer time, in the great outdoors.” 

T-Ball Mixed is for boys and girls who are 4 to 6 as of January 1st. The Teams play on Tuesday evenings and registration is $60.

Mites Mixed is for boys and girls aged 7 to 9 as of January 1st. Oops, the Mites Mixed is now full.

Squirts Mixed is for boys and girls aged 10 to 12 as of January 1. They play on Thursdays and registration is $70.

Peewee Mixed is for boys and girls aged 13 to 15 as of January 1st. they play on Wednesdays and Registration is $75.

Bantam Mixed is for boys and girls aged 16 to 18 as of January 1 and Registration is $80.

Are you a Mom or Dad, community member or teen who enjoys getting involved and has a little time to spare? If so, Bethany Minor Softball is always on the lookout for volunteers to help out. They are looking for coaches, coach assistants, umpires and score keepers just to name a few.

Do you own or work at a local business? Although the Bethany Park has a lot of great community support, there is always room for more!

For more information and the upcoming softball schedule visit the website at http://www.bethanypark.ca/softball.html.

 

KidSport 

Did you know that 1 in 3 Ontario families cannot afford to register their children in a sports program? Over 300,000 Ontario children under the age of 14 live in low income families. A not for profit group called KidSport has distributed over $3 Million in grants since 2000 to over 16,500 boys and girls. If you know a child who wants to play softball but cannot afford the fees, KidSport is there to help.

KidSport believes that no child should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. Visit the website and find out how to apply at  http://www.kidsportcanada.ca/ontario/.

 

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