The Beth-Wood Baseball League presented its annual donation to the Town of Woodbridge earlier this month. The $3,000 check, given by the League’s Board President, Dwight Rowland, helps the Town make improvements to and maintain the baseball fields and to cover any overtime put in by the Woodbridge Parks Department to ensure the smooth operation of the League’s baseball season. This is the Beth-Wood Baseball League’s 45th anniversary.
“The Town appreciates the League’s annual donation,” said Scalettar. “Beth-Wood Baseball is a great community resource for our young people and the Town is happy to partner with the League.”
“We have a really great relationship with the Town after working together for so many years,” said Rowland. “We do it all for the kids.”
League registration is sxtill open and parents may register their children between the ages of 4-12 online at www.bethwoodbaseball.com. The League’s Opening Day Ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. on April 29 at the Town Center Green. Local elected officials will be present to celebrate the 45th anniversary and Opening Day Ceremony which starts with its parade of players. The Woodbridge Volunteer Fire Association will once again have fire apparatus on display and will provide hot dogs, hamburgers and beverages for the crowd. Other local organizations/groups are encouraged to join the festivities on the Woodbridge Town Green.
Beth-Wood Baseball League Board President Dwight Rowland presents Woodbridge First Selectman Ellen Scalettar with the League’s annual donation to the Town