The China T-ball and coach pitch baseball, for children ages eight and under has returned. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, through the Dirigo Softball League, they are able to offer softball for youths in first grade and up. For more information, email email@example.com.
Little League baseball will be offered through the Augusta Little League, for ages eight years old and up. For more information, visit the Augusta Little League webpage. Deadline is March 31.
T-Mobile has a grant program available to help with registration costs. The T-Mobile Little League Call Up Grant Program is dedicated to helping families in need by covering registration fees associated with their local Little League programs.
Dates to remember: March 31, registration closes; April 7, last payment receipt date; April 6, coaches meeting and selection; April 17, field clean up; May 1, bottle drive; May 15, picture day and pitch, hit and run.
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