Millbrook Girls Softball League: Welcome
Millbrook Girls Softball League is proud to be a member of the NationalSoftball Association.
Our fast pitch city league was started in 1999 by dedicated parents and past ball players looking for a place for their children to play fast pitch softball. We started that season with 151 girls and have now grown to over 300 strong. Our girls have now won 5 State Championships and have place 2nd on five different occassions. We continue to make strides but there are many more steps to be made before our goal is reached.
Our primary objective is to foster, encourage, support and promote the game of fastpitch softball and to provide a recreational outlet for as many girls as possible with the emphasis on local league play. We shall strive to encourage and develop the qualities of honesty, loyalty, respect for others and good sportsmanship.
All girls between the ages of 4 and 18 are encouraged and invited to come play ball with us.
If you are interested in playing & need more information, please contact me, Dane Urban @ 651-9587 or email me @ email@example.com
Hope to see you and your child at the ballfield.
Thursday, January 5
Spring Registration dates set for 2017
Starting in Janurary 2017, we will hold sign-ups only on Saturdays.
You can sign-up on line at anytime before February 4th.
Ages:3-18 are eligible to participate.
Times: 9am till 2pm
Dates:Jan. 14th, 21st, 28th and Feburary 4th
Location: Sign-ups will be held at the location listed below. (Office is located next to the Public Library.
Millbrook Park and Recreation Office
3600 Park Circle
Millbrook Al. 36054
For more information Contact>
Dane Urban @ firstname.lastname@example.org
On line registration is available. You can registrer on site on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm. You can also register any day during the week from 9am to 3pm. Please call me for more information 334-651-9587
Thursday, January 5
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