North Shore thanks volunteers

Sandy McIntyre, Paul Ang

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Another successful North Shore softball season is coming to a close, but not before the volunteers and sponsors who make up the league were given a big “thank you” from President Cathy Scheg.

“It’s been a great rec. season,” Scheg said during Volunteer Appreciation Night at Tio Leo’s in Carmel Valley. “It would not be possible without the hard work of the volunteers and sponsors who give their time and resources to the league. From managers and coaches to board members and sponsors, North Shore is made up of a wonderful group of people who support girls softball in our community.”

For more information on the North Shore Girls Softball League, visit www.nsgsl.com.  Photos: Jon Clark

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