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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Important Dates
Early Registration ($60) - Jan.1st – Feb.28th
Walk-in Registration ((D&W (GH) and Orchard Market (SL)) – Saturday, Feb.11th 10-11am
Regular Registration ($75) – March 1st – March 31st
Late Registration ($90) – April 1st and after  
LATE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!

Managers Contacted – April 10-14***Rqd. Meeting for ALL Managers (GH Eagles) – April 26th, Upper (Draft) leagues 6pm, Lower leagues 7pm
***Draft Day (upper leagues only) – Knights of Columbus (GH on Washington by City Farmer), May 6th  
<Majors 8-8:30>   <Girls Junior 8:40-9:10>    <Boys Intermediate 9:20-9:50>    <Boys Minor 10 - 10:30>
***Equipment Pick-Up (Managers) for All Leagues (Sluka Field) – May 6th, 8:30am-11am


***Equipment Exchange (Sluka Field) - May 23rd and May 24th from 6-8pm.

***Umpire Clinic for all registered umpires @ Ferry Elementary Field May 21st 3-5pm

***Picture Day (all leagues) – June 3rd

***Opening Day (first games for all except coach-pitch league) – June 3rd

***Opening Day (first coach-pitch games) – June 5th

***All-Star Day – July 22nd, July 23rd (make-up date)

***Volunteers Needed, contact TCKLGH@gmail.com***

Tri-Cities Kid's League

Vision Statement
The Tri-Cities Kid's League purpose is to provide physical, mental and educational growth in youth baseball and softball; bringing recreational fun, competition and self-worth to all.

TCKL History
The Tri-Cities Kid's League was formed in 1952 to provide recreational baseball and softball to the children in the Tri-Cities area. Since our start, the league has continued to grow every year. TCKL has an average of over 1,000 kids participating from T-ball to high school level. In addition, the League employs approximately fifty kids, ages 12-17 years old, as umpires.

Per our league’s vision, we work tirelessly to provide physical, mental and educational growth in youth baseball and softball; bringing recreational fun, competition, and self-worth to all! Countless studies continue to show the tremendous growth and whole-child development that come from recreational sports that: are developmentally appropriate, establish rules that ensure the widest possible degree of participation, operate in ways that maximize participation and enjoyment, eliminate the stress of overly-competitive rules and regulations, emphasize safety, and that support and encourage parents and the community to get and remain involved. Our numbers have continued to grow for 55 years!