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Fulton Little League Baseball, Softball Registration Set

FULTON, NY – Registrations for the upcoming 2014 season for Fulton Little League Baseball and Softball will be taking place at the Fulton War Memorial.

The dates and times are: Jan. 18, 8 a.m. – noon; Jan. 25, noon – 4 p.m.; and Feb. 1, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

All boys or girls who reside in, or attend school in, the Fulton or Hannibal school districts are eligible to play Fulton Little League Baseball or Softball.

A child MUST be 4 years old before 5/1/14 for the T-Ball program.

A girl cannot be 17 on 12/31/13, and a boy cannot be 17 on 4/30/14, to play in their respective Senior Divisions of play.

All participants should present a birth certificate at the time of registration.

A late fee will be assessed to any player registered after Feb. 1.

If any questions, please call league president John Florek at 591-4993 or league vice president Dave Webber at 532-2598.

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