Sequim Little League registration open through March 1

Registration for the upcoming Sequim Little League season is open through March 1.

With teams and divisions for youths of ages 5-15, the league is accepting registrations through www.sequimlittleleague.com.

Skills will be assessed March 10 for baseball and softball Minor divisions and up, to distribute players to teams, at the Sequim Little League Fields, Dr. James Standard Park, 136 W. Silberhorn Road.

Minor division boys are assessed from 10 a.m.-noon, and Major boys division players from noon-2 p.m. All softball players drop in from noon-1 p.m. The draft and practice season begin shortly after.

Opening day is Saturday, April 14, with a player parade and ceremony at noon and games to follow.

Sponsor opportunities with Sequim Little League are available for the coming season. League officials invite all returning sponsors to renew their support. Any business can sponsor an available team or purchase advertising along the league’s fences.

Support starts at $300, and helps keep the registration fees low and affordable for families.

Past support has come from Sunrise Rotary, The Home Depot, Sherwin-Williams Paint Store, Sequim Kiwanis members, Army recruits, Angeles Plumbing, Liquid Paint and others, who have helped with park enhancements.

Any groups interested in helping with projects should contact the league.

Those interested in providing a sponsorship or a scholarship for a family in need are asked to visit www.sequimlittleleague.com or contact Janet Gray at jgray@janetgrayinteriors.com.

The league is also seeking volunteers interested in helping with regular field maintenance March-June, a non-profit looking to grow their revenue and help with concession stand operations, and anyone looking to coach or to be an umpire this season.

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