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Lansdale Little League 2013 Registration
Open to boys and girls, ages 6-13*, from Lansdale and North Wales Boroughs, as well as Montgomery and Towamencin Townships.
There will be four divisions of play:
- Rookies: Ages 7-8, or 6 with tee ball experience*
- AA: Ages 8-10*
- Minors: Ages 9-11*
- Majors: Ages 11-13* (13 year olds are eligible. Lansdale will be creating a modified 50/70 intermediate division which will play on a larger infield with greater distances from the pitchers mound to home plate and base to base. This division is being implemented to better prepare our players for baseball at “the next level” (middle school, high school). The 50/70 Intermediate Division has been created and sanctioned by Little League International and Lansdale Little League. See http://www.littleleague.org/Intermediate5070.htm for more details.)
* Age exceptions: Due to variations in skill level, final decisions on player placement in divisions will be determined by the LLL board of directors. Decisions will be based on skill, safety and the emotional well-being of the child AND with parental/adult consultation.
Registration will take place at the Lansdale Parks and Recreation Building at the corner of 7th Street and Lansdale Avenue in Lansdale.
Costs are: $120 for one child, $160 for 2 from the same family, and $190 for 3 from the same family.
This is the second of three sessions for walk-in registration. Other dates are Saturday January 12th from 10 AM - 12 PM, and Saturday January 19th from 10 AM - 12 PM.
|Where||Lansdale Parks & Recreation 660 Lansdale Ave, Lansdale, PA 19446|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:00 pm–8:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Moms, Dads, Kids, Teens, Families|
More About Lansdale Parks & Recreation
The office of the Lansdale Parks & Recreation department handles the maintenance and sustainability of outdoor parks and recreational areas for the Lansdale community. Ensuring facilities are safe, clean, and up to code, the office accepts volunteers from the community to assist with special projects to beautify Lansdale. The office offers public assistance to civic groups, youth groups and cultural organizations that take an active approach to preserving natural areas.