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Area Athletic Associations


Little League Baseball & Tee Ball Lockport


See website for contact information. www.lockportbaseball.com


Community/Dellwood Foundation Lockport Junior Miss Softball


On-line registration & information for 2012 summer season go to www.ljms.info


GREAT SOCCER STARTS HERE!


MILLIONS OF PLAYERS GOT THEIR START IN AYSO INCLUDING LANDON DONOVAN.


Lockport Junior Miss Softball Richard Ives 815-545-1862


Lockport Pride Girls Fastpitch Softball Jean Kelly 708-363-5074


Dellwood Foundation


Through The Ed Brown Tree and Bench Commemorative Program, friends and family can provide a unique dedication to a loved one by purchasing a tree or bench to be placed in one of Lockport Township Park District’s beautiful parks.


A commemorative tree or bench can be purchased for many occasions including the memory of someone who has passed, in honor of a dedicated service member, to celebrate a birthday, a graduation, retirement or any other occasion.


Commemorative Trees The Dellwood Foundation’s commemorative trees are 2” to 3” around and a minimum of 6’ in height. The tree will be planted in a neighborhood park with the fi nal location selected by the Park Services Department in collaboration with the donor’s specifi cations.


Fun, safe, affordable, trained coaches . . .and memories that last a lifetime. AYSO has been the first name in youth soccer since 1964..


Who: Boys and Girls, Ages 4 -18 What: Learn and play soccer! When: Jan. 24, 2012


Where: Richland Grade School, 1919 Caton Farm Rd. Crest Hill


A plaque will be mounted at the base of the tree after the tree’s growth has been established. Trees will be planted in the spring, early summer or fall. The price of each commemorative tree is $200, which includes the tree itself, delivery, installation, a commemorative plaque and maintenance. The Dellwood Foundation will add to your donation and actually plant a $325 tree.


Feb. 23, 2012


Prairie Bluff Golf Club 19433 Renwick Rd., Crest Hill


Costs: Please visit our website for discounts and pricing.


Commemorative Park Benches The Dellwood Foundation’s commemorative park benches are 6’ long and made of recycled plastic composition. They are available in a variety of colors. The price for each commemorative park bench is $800, which includes the bench itself, delivery, installation, a commemorative plaque and maintenance. The Dellwood Foundation will add to your contribution, thereby, installing a $1,000 bench.


Although the Park Services Department has the fi nal decision regarding bench locations, every effort will be made to accommodate the donor’s request.


Additional questions pertaining to The Ed Brown Tree and Bench Commemorative Program can be directed to the admin. offi ce at 815-838-1183 ext. 201.


For complete registration information, www.ayso717.org.


Don’t delay - register now! Dellwood Foundation


The Dellwood Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization dedicated to enhancing cultural and recreational opportunities in Lockport Township. An affi liate of the Lockport Township Park District, the Foundation works to provide cultural events, park improvements and assist with recreational programming.


is a Park Partner & Sole Sponsor of L.T.P.D. 5 Questions


Games played at the new state-of-the-art Hassert Park softball complex Girls ages: 5-17


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