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From the Mommy Desk…
I love baseball! It is without a doubt my favorite sport to watch, and watching the boys play every spring is so much fun. To me, spring time is all about Woodall Field. And, oh the French fries and hamburgers! There is nothing better!
The Paris Optimist registration is this Saturday, Feb. 2nd at 10:00am – 2pm at the Lamar Ave. Church of Christ (across from Burger King). New this year is a beginners/instructional league is for 3 and 4 year olds. All first time players need to bring a copy of the birth certificate.
The leagues and registration fees, which includes team drinks and game shirt, is as follows:
Instructional/beginner 3-4 year olds – $35.00
T-ball for 5 & 6 year olds – $55.00
Coach Pitch for 7 & 8 year olds – $55.00
AAA for 9 – 10 year olds – $60.00
Ozone for 11 & 12 year olds – $60.00
Ranger for 13 & 14 year olds – $70.00
League age is May 1st. All teams will be redrafted this year. Buddy Baseball sign-ups are also going on at Lamar Ave. Church of Christ on Saturday.
Girls are also invited to play baseball, but for those wanting to play softball there is also a Dixie Softball league in Paris for girls ages 4-18. The registration for Dixie Softball is Feb. 2 from 10am-2pm and Feb. 5th from 5pm-7pm at the Sports Complex next to the Love Civic Center. The fee is $55.00.
Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks! I don’t care if I ever get back!
From one mommy to another,
Jenny Wilson is a mother of three. She teaches a Mommy & Me class at Central Presbyterian Day School, is a member of the Paris ISD school board and serves on the board of Paris Community Theatre and Children’s Advocacy Center. She also is on the PCT Children/Teen Theatre Advisory Committee, the Aiken Parent Association Board, the PJH Parent Association and is a Sunday school teacher at Holy Cross Episcopal Church. She also is a certified yoga instructor and owner of Everyday Yoga.