Five Things You Need To Know: March 19
T-Ball sign-up is now underway for players aged 5-7.
Today is Monday, March 19. Here are five things you need to know.
T-Ball Sign Up: If you have a 5-7 year old who would like to play T-ball this spring, now is the time to sign them up. The season will kick off April 28 and run through June 23. Games are Saturday mornings at the middle school and the fee is $110. If you have questions please contact T-Ball Director Jim Razzaboni at James.firstname.lastname@example.org. Please Sign Up for T-Ball on the LLL Web Site at www.lynnfieldlittleleague.com.
Town Business: The Lynnfield selectmen and the finance committee meet tonight at 7 p.m. at town hall to discuss the budget and other matters.
True Crimes Presentation: This Tuesday, March 20, come see “True Crimes From the Court of New England,” a presentation at the Old Meeting House featuring author and former trial lawyer Diane Rapaport. The event is presented by the Lynnfield Historical Society. Rapaport’s latest book is “The Naked Quaker: True Crimes and Courts of Colonial New England.”
Benefit Hockey Game: Tickets are now on sale for an April 1 benefit game at Stoneham Arena featuring Boston Bruins alumni against the Ninety-Nine Restaurants “Ninety Nine Legends” team. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for kids, and proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Lynn and Stoneham. Corporate sponsors are also being sought for the event. Email Randy at email@example.com or call 781-599-8119 for more information.
Reid’s Ride is an annual 28-mile bike ride from Lynnfield to Gloucester that raises money for children’s cancer research. This year’s ride is on Sunday, July 15. Last year, hundreds of riders were required to raise at least $150 and left Lynnfield High School’s parking lot at about 7 a.m., in many cases finishing well before noon and proceeding to enjoy free food and a fun atmosphere at Stagefort Park afterward. For more information about this year’s ride, click here.
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