Youth League registration

T he Whitehall Youth League will hold its first baseball and softball registration Tuesday, March 1, 6 to 8 p.m., Feb. 24, at the Whitehall Recreation Center and will have another session

Registration is $30 per player. In addition, each player must sell 40 raffle tickets as well. The league has had raffles in the past, but has never required a certain number of tickets to be sold.

The fee, along with sponsorships from local businesses, provides a cap and T-shirt for each player, plus umpires, field maintenance and equipment.

This year, participants will receive 40 raffle tickets and will have to sell those tickets. Raffle tickets will cost $3 each or will be four for $10. The top prize is the choice of $750 or a set of Telescope Casual lawn furniture. Second place gets the other prize, and third place gets $250.

For further information, contact John Hoagland at 499-1559 or Ed Rehm at 499-0765.



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