Sign up for local minor baseball

It’s that time of year again as in-person registration for Oceanside Minor Baseball will be available February 28 and March 1.

It’s just about that time of year again as in-person registration for Oceanside Minor Baseball will be available February 28 and March 1 at Save-On-Foods in Parksville.

If you can’t wait for the end of February, you can register online and receive an early bird discount.

Just go to www.oceansidebaseball.ca and click on the “register” button.

For the in-person registration, you can drop by between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on both days, Saturday (Feb. 28) and Sunday (March 1) to register for the upcoming season.

A reminder that, if your child is new to minor baseball, please bring their birth certificate along to the registration.

• A special congratulations goes out to the Lamont family, who won a free family spring registration for attending the Annual General Meeting, which took place in November 2014.

• Also at the AGM meeting, Barb Nicoll was presented with the Coach of the Year award.

Umpire awards were handed out to Leo Ariyama, Spencer Hancock and Brandon Nicoll.

Mike Cochrane also received a Special Service Award for his 30 years of volunteer support to Oceanside Minor Baseball. Cochrane has done everything from being on the executive board to being in charge of field operations in recent years.

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