He said a T-ball field was converted into a dirt infield for girls’ softball. As result of the improvements, the league was able to add three new softball teams this year and saw an overall registration increase of 25 percent.
Opening day festivities will include a parade at 9 a.m. on Hancock Avenue with team-decorated pickup trucks. The National Anthem will be performed by Ally Donahue, sister of one of the league’s players.
There will also be a non-perishable food drive to benefit families helped by Hamilton Citizen of the Year Betty Taylor, who has quietly volunteered her time to help elementary school students who struggle with English language proficiency gain new skills and improve in their schoolwork.