Youth dodgeball tournaments planned in Cranberry
Cranberry Township will be holding two dodgeball tournaments for youth on co-ed teams in its municipal center gymnasium on Friday, Feb. 28, and Friday, March 14, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Teams of 6 to 10 players, ages 12 to 16 are eligible, with six starters and as many as four alternates.
Each team must have at least two boys and two girls on the court during actual play.
Team players are currently being recruited.
Every team needs to select a name and have its players dress in a uniform color. Teams will participate in a round-robin double-elimination tournament.
Registration for the tournaments is available in person at the information desk of the Parks & Recreation Department, by phone at 724-776-4806, ext. 1129; or online at the township's website, www.cranberrytownship.org/programs.
There is a program fee of $35 per team per tournament, or $6 per individual player, payable at the time of registration.
Dance parties scheduled
Cranberry's Parks & Recreation Department is holding a series of monthly dance parties on Saturday evenings, and everyone 21 and over is welcome.
The parties will feature all types of dance music and each evening will begin with a group class under the instruction of dance teacher Cathy Kelly.
No advance registration is required. A $10 drop-in fee is payable at the door. For details, call 724-776-4806, ext. 1129.
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