Falls Little League gets new name

Fall City Little League has a new name, meant to better reflect its geographical area.

The organization still offers baseball and softball for youth, but is now known as Falls Little League. For this season, the former Web site address,, will still be available for registration and general information. However, families may also access its new Web site at

The new league name reflects the league's goal of combining Snoqualmie Valley communities to provide a safe, fun, positive, educational and fulfilling experience for boys and girls playing baseball and softball.

Online registration begins Jan.1, 2009. Families may register at both Web sites. For those who can not register online, in-person registration for Minors, Coast, Majors players (ages 9-12) and Juniors ages 13-14 will be at the skills assessment on Feb. 7 and 8. Visit the Web site for exact times and location. In-person registration for T-ball (age 5), Sluggers, and Crazy 8's (ages 6-8) will be on March 14.

Players new to our league may enroll online, but are required to bring their original birth certificate to an in-person registration. (League age is a child's age as of April 30, 2009 for baseball and Dec. 31, 2008 for softball. Registration deadlines are Feb. 8 for Minors, Coast, Majors and Juniors and March 14 for T-ball, Sluggers and Crazy 8's.

Minors, Coast and Majors players are required to attend the skills assessment on either Feb. 7 or Feb. 8. Check our Web site for additional information, such as location and the specific date and time for players.

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