North Shore Softball League Opening Night

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The North Shore Softball League held its Opening Night/Kick-Off Celebration on Feb. 8 at the Carmel Valley Middle School Auditorium. It is the 25th anniversary of the league and, in addition to a Parade of Teams, great food and more, past presidents and members were honored.

For more information, visit http://northshoregirlssoftball.clubspaces.com
Photos/Jon Clark

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