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REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Submitted By Don Hunt on Thursday, February 9, 2017
TURTLE CLUB is pleased to announce that online registration for its 2017 baseball and softball programs is now available via the following link:

https://turtleclubbaseball.goalline.ca/register.php?reg_form_id=9469

All house league and representative (travel) players need to be registered online in order to participate in the Club’s programs.

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION, INCLUDING INFORMATION REGARDING GAME AND PRACTICE DAYS AND IMPORTANT 2017 DATES: 



House league fees are payable by credit card at the time of online registration using a secure payment service (PayPal). No fees are payable for representative players at the time of registration, as all representative player fees are paid through their respective teams.

2017 Online Registration Fees:      http://turtleclubbaseball.com/Pages/7225/2017_REGISTRATION/

Register now to ensure a roster spot and to avoid late fees. 

House league fees include games and practices during the regular and playoff seasons (May - July), Day of Champions Weekend (July 22/23), indoor pre-season clinics (January - April) and uniforms.

Games and practices are tentatively scheduled as follows:
 
Little Turtles - Saturday and Sunday mornings (9am or 10am)
Jr. T-Ball - Saturday and Sunday mornings (9am)
Sr. T-Ball - Saturday and Sunday mornings (11am)
Rookie Baseball - Saturday and Sunday afternoons (1pm)
Mosquito Baseball - Tuesday and Thursday evenings (6pm)
Pee Wee/Bantam Baseball - Monday and Wednesday evenings (6pm)
Mite Softball - Saturdays and Sundays (11am or 1pm)
Squirt Softball - Saturdays and Sundays (TBD)
Novice/Bantam Softball - Wednesday and Friday evenings (6pm)
Selects - Saturdays and Sundays (TBD)

Opening Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 29, 2017. Our regular season begins on Sunday, April 30, 2017.

Our Club's traditional Park Clean-Up Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 22 (Earth Day) this season.

In addition to online registration, the Club is offering in-person registration at the 
Vollmer Complex (2121 Laurier). The next and final Vollmer In-Person Registration Day is March 4, 2017, from 10am to 2pm. Those who cannot pay by credit card or Paypal online, or who will be receiving financial assistance from the Pathway to Potential (P2P) or Jumpstart programs, can register and pay, by cash or cheque, at the Vollmer In-Person Registration Day.

Here is the link for online registration:

https://turtleclubbaseball.goalline.ca/register.php?reg_form_id=9469

Here is the link to our 2017 house league registration fee information page:

http://turtleclubbaseball.com/Pages/7225/2017_REGISTRATION/

Regular pricing is in effect until March 20, 2017, at which time late fee pricing will apply.

Those who wish to apply for funding under the Pathway to Potential or Jumpstart programs must first contact Kim Scherer at the Town of the LaSalle ([email protected]; Tel: 519-969-7770 ext. 1235). Once you have been determined to be eligible for financial assistance, you can register and pay your share of registration fees at the Vollmer In-Person Registration Day. 

Any questions or concerns regarding registration may be directed to the Club’s Registrar, Paul Sandy, at [email protected]. Questions regarding the Club’s house league program may be directed to the appropriate house league division director (http://turtleclubbaseball.com/Staff/1003/) or to the Club’s Vice-President, House League, Don Hunt, at [email protected].

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