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Shrewsbury Winter Youth Basketball registration now open

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury 2012 Winter Youth Basketball program is now accepting online registrations for girls and boys in grades 3 to 9. Drop-off registrations will be accepted starting Oct. 18 if space is available.

There is limited space for each division. ?If the division is full, you may enroll on the online waitlist (no fee required at that time).

All teams will practice once a week and games will be held on Saturdays. Practice is one day a week, either on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evenings. ?Location and times will vary.

Practices start the week of November 26. The first games will be held on December 1 for all divisions, with the exception of grades 3&4 (scrimmage). The program will end on February 9 pending snow days.

The cost per child is $80.

Divisions

Boy's 3&4th grade

Boy's 5&6th grade

Boy's 7-9th grade

Girl's 3&4th grade

Girl's 5&6th grade

Girl's 7-9th grade

To sign up go to https://regrec.shrewsbury-ma.gov/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/wbsplash.html?wbp=1

To get more information email parkrec@th.ci.shrewsbury.ma.us.

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