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Saving the Wallingford Girls Softball League


Valerie Connolly, Ashley Douglass, and Abigail Grossman are fifth graders at Parker Farms School in Wallingford. These young ladies are doing a project to raise money for Wallingford Girls Softball League. W.G.S.L. is a non-profit league so all money raised goes directly towards running the league. The league is exploring the possibility of purchasing property to build a new complex. The current complex is owned by Gaylord Hospital. WGSL is open to all students from Pre-K through 12 grade with four different levels to play - Instructional, Clinic, Junior, and Senior. It is a slow pitch league and is the original girls softball league, and is currently accepting registrations for its 38 season. To make a donation to help keep WGSL successful, send donations to the attention of Mark Douglass, 119 Parker Farms Road, Wallingford, CT. 06492.



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