Feet barely touching the ground

LTPs and Mini Mites enjoy a Father’s Day tournament

Learn to Play (LTP) and Mini-Mites enjoyed a season wrap-up tournament.

What a way to spend a nice Father’s Day Sunday — at the ball park, with the kids. Five of our LTPs and Mini-Mites teams, ages 4-8, played in a round- robin tournament. All teams were matched up to play a parents team which made for some good laughs for all. The day ended just as well as it started: with hot dogs, chips and juice for all. A closing cermony wrapped it up. Each child received a wonderful award given to them by the president of the Sooke Minor Fastball Association.

A special thanks to Sherry Zukiwsky for putting this day together, the Sooke Minor Fastball Association, all the parent and coach volunteers and all the kids. It could not have happened without all those wonderful little ones. Thank you again everyone for a great Sunday and Father’s Day afternoon!

 

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