North Fulton Cities Explore Creation of Regional Girls’ Slow-Pitch Softball League

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Alpharetta, GA.

North Fulton Cities Explore Creation of Regional Girls’ Slow-Pitch Softball League

The five cities of North Fulton – Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Roswell, and Sandy Springs – are exploring the opportunity of offering a regional, recreational-level girls’ slow-pitch softball program and need your input.

The concept, said representatives from the cities’ recreation departments, is that teams would practice at home parks and play home and away games against teams throughout North Fulton.

Each city would like feedback from residents regarding their interest in having this prospective program available in their respective city. To do this, a quick 10-question online survey has been created. Please visit http://preview.tinyurl.com/3ewmvnl to take this survey.

All feedback collected will only be used by the respective parks and recreation departments in their determination of whether to undertake this program. The deadline for completing surveys is May 31.

For more information, contact your city’s representative:

Alpharetta: Lisa Cherry, lcherry@alpharetta.ga.us or 678-297-6162, or Jim Cregge, creggej@bellsouth.net

Johns Creek: Kirk Franz, kirk.franz@johnscreekga.gov or 678-512-3200

Milton: Tom Gilliam, tom.gilliam@cityofmiltonga.us or 678-242-2519

Roswell: Joel St. Vrain, jstvrain@roswellgov.com or 770-592-6134

· Sandy Springs: Trevor Ramos, trevor.ramos@sandyspringsga.org or 678-787-5059