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Wednesday, November 22nd
Council for Recreation Meeting
7:00 PM
Location: High School Library
PUBLIC INPUT WELCOME!
2018 BASEBALL / SOFTBALL SEASON INFORMATION

Before long, the fields of Indian Pride Park will be blanketed with a typical blanket of freshly fallen snow. But that will also mean one thing: Spring is right around the corner. And that must mean sign-ups for youth Baseball, Softball and the League of Miracles are on the way! We are once again looking forward to another fantastic Spring and early Summer full of educational sports, excitement and great competition, along with hearing the laughs and seeing the smiles of those who play in Hartford’s version of “America’s Favorite Pastime”.

Information regarding sign-up dates, times and locations, along with sign-up costs, will be made public in early 2018. Our early plans are to have at least three sign-up dates in late January and early February. In response to those asking to begin practice earlier, we will begin practicing sometime in March. Should we still have snow on the ground at that time, we will attempt to utilize indoor facilities at the High School, Middle School or Redwood Elementary. The regular season will begin in late April and end in early June. We encourage everyone to stay tuned to our website and our Facebook page for further information as we get closer to sign-ups.

All of us with the Hartford Council for Recreation are looking forward to seeing everyone at our Baseball, Softball and League of Miracle sign-ups after we celebrate the new year. We would like to thank everyone once again for your support of the youth initiatives we offered in 2017. We wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Let’s strive to make 2018 our best season ever!

HARTFORD COUNCIL FOR RECREATION MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Hartford Council for Recreation is to give the youth of the communities we serve the opportunity to participate in structured sports programs, with the ultimate goal of not who wins or who loses, but teaching our youth valuable lifelong lessons that will serve them not just today, but long into their adult lives.