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Graceland Baptist Church League sign-ups

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Graceland Baptist Church League sign-ups

Registration for the 2013 Graceland Baptist Church League’s baseball and softball seasons will take place from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 19, Saturday, Jan. 26, Saturday, Feb. 2 and Saturday, Feb. 9 at the church’s gymnasium, 3600 Kamer Miller Road, New Albany.

The leagues are open to children ages 4-12. Evaluations for ages 6 and up will be held in March.

Cost for the first child is $55, $50 for the second and each additional child is $45.

If any questions about the league, call 812-944-6448 ext. 167.

>>YOUTH BASKETBALL

Providence Girls’ Academy

Providence High School girls’ basketball team has announced the start of the 2013 Providence Girls’ Basketball Academy.

The academy features several offerings for students from the New Albany Deanery of all skill levels from grades K-8.

Contact Providence girls’ basketball coach Brad Burden for more information at bburden@providencehigh.net.

 

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