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WANTED: Slow-pitch softball players

The Western Nevada County Slow-Pitch Softball Women’s League is looking for more players. No experience is required, however knowledge of the game of softball is preferred.

The 12-week season starts the first week of April. Games are played Tuesday nights at Memorial Park in Grass Valley.



Registration deadline is March 3. Those interested in being a manager or player is welcome to attend a manager’s meeting on at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Nevada County Library’s Community Room.

Additional information is available at http://www.wncssa.com, by e-mail at mary@wncssa.com or by calling league president Mary Whitmore at 272-4965.




NU Boosters to meet in March

The Nevada Union athletic booster club will host a question and answer forum at 5:30 p.m., March 10 in the school’s Science Lecture Hall, regarding the proper handling of money and/or fund-raising support of NU programs.

The meeting, which will focus on rules and regulations on any type of fund-raising activity, on or off campus, is open to coaches, parents booster club members, business owners and anyone currently involved – or is interested in being involved – with fund raising for NU programs.

To submit a question that you would like addressed about fund raising, mail the topic to Steve Pilcher, NU Athletic Director, Nevada Union High School, 11761 Ridge Road, Grass Valley, 95945.

Corrections

Due to inaccurate information provided to The Union, times for today’s games in the varsity girls’ Sacramento Challenge at Center High School (Antelope) were incorrectly listed in Wednesday’s edition.

Bear River will tip off against Modesto Christian at 1 p.m., followed by the Forest Lake Christian-McClatchy game at 2:30 p.m.

Also, Nevada Union’s varsity girls home matchup with Metro Conference foe Kennedy is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday.

The Union regrets these errors.

– The Union Staff


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