Y opens registration for spring sports programs

  • Friday, March 1, 2013

Registration is now available for YMCA Adult Co-Ed Kickball, Youth Kickball, Youth T-Ball and Baseball, and Adult Basketball.
Adult Co-Ed Kickball recreational league is for ages 18 and up and will take place at the Oakbrook YMCA. The season starts April 22 and runs through June 12 with games playing played Monday-Thursday each week at 6:30pm and 7:30pm. The fee is $35/members, $50/potential members and $275/team of at least 10 players.
Youth Kickball will be offered for age groups 5-8 and 9-12. The fee is $30/members and $45/potential members.
The Spring Youth T-Ball and Baseball program is open to all children interested in playing America’s favorite sport. Age groups are T-Ball ages 4-5, Minors Coach Pitch ages 6-7, Majors Coach Pitch ages 8-9, and Minors ages 10-12. Season starts May 11 and practices start the week of April 29. The cost is $40/members and $80/potential members.
Adult Basketball is being offered at YMCA at the Ponds for ages 18 and up. The season begins the week of April 8. Registration must be submitted as a teamand the cost for the league is $275/team for a team of at least 10 players.
Registration is available online for all sports at www.summervilleymca.org. For more information visit the website or contact the Oakbrook Sports Office at 821-1028 or YMCA at the Ponds at 771-2934. The YMCA offers financial assistance for each program, to those who qualify.


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