Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Shuckin for the Wave
The annual Shuckin for the Wave Oyster Roast that benefits the Summerville High School baseball program is scheduled from 6-8:30 p.m. at Summerville Country Club. The event will feature Bulls Bay Oysters, Chili, draft beer and a cash bar. Tickets are $25. For more information, call 568-0145.
Youth baseball, softball
The North Charleston Recreation Department has opened baseball and softball registration for ages 4-15 and is seeking team sponsors. Registration for 2014 youth programs will run through January. Registration cost is $30 for residents and $60 for non-residents. Registration can be done online at www.northcharleston.org and will also be taken at various recreation department facilities. Various levels of team sponsorships are available, starting at $250. For more information call the 24-hour information line at 740-2699 or check out the website.
Travel baseball tryouts
Summerville Sharks Baseball is scheduling tryouts for players age 9-16. For more information, call Trey or John 514-5761 or 200-5721.
Baseball players needed
The Lowcountry Generals 10U travel baseball team is looking to add two new players to its existing roster for the upcoming spring season. Previous travel ball experience and pitching ability are pluses, but all advanced players will be considered. The team is led by a former Mississippi State University baseball coach. Contact Wade Hedges at 754-0023 for additional details.
The Summerville Soccer Club needs parents of players to sign up for volunteer days. There is a schedule posted on the website (www.summervillesoccerclub.com/Volunteer/index_E.html ) for Game Days, Picture Day and Year-End Jamboree. The club needs volunteers for each. Contact volunteer coordinator Mary Rita Watson (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a time slot. There are also volunteer opportunities for the concession stand. Contact Misty Caldwell (email@example.com) for those assignments.
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