Little League sign up Feb. 16 at Modern Woodmen Park


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Posted Online: Feb. 08, 2013, 2:44 pm
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Press release submitted by the Quad Cities River Bandits.

DAVENPORT -- For the fifth consecutive year, the Quad Cities River Bandits will host Davenport Little League baseball and softball registration from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, indoors at Modern Woodmen Park.
By centralizing the registration at Modern Woodmen Park, this event incorporates all the Davenport Little Leagues, regardless of age or level, into one central location.
All the local leagues – including the North, Northwest, East, Southeast, West Softball, Emeis, East Softball, and Challenger Leagues – will hold registration on Feb. 16. Registration is required even if the child has previously played. At least one parent or legal guardian must be present with proof of residence and an original or state-certified copy of the child's birth certificate, which will be returned at the registration. Also, the leagues require a completed registration form, medical release form, and the fee for registration.
For children ages 14 and under attending the Little League registration, the River Bandits will also offer an exclusive, one-day special on 2013 Kids Club memberships. Normally $30 per child 14 and under, a Kids Club membership will be $25 at Modern Woodmen Park on Feb. 16 only. A Kids Club Membership includes a free bleacher ticket good for all River Bandits 2013 regular season home games, a wristband for unlimited play in the Kids Zone, a membership card, a T-shirt, a 10 percent discount off purchases in the team store, an email newsletter with exclusive special offers and much more.
The River Bandits will also have select merchandise available for purchase, as well as information about ticket plans and group outings at the ballpark this season. Families and individuals may also purchase or renew their season ticket packages for the 2013 season.
For information about the Feb. 16 registration call Shane Huff, (563) 324-3000.

















 



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