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12U Menchie's Fundraiser February 12th

2022 Registration is Open!

We look forward to seeing returning and new players this Spring!  Register early to secure your spot.

Note:  The registration software has changed, so follow the steps to create a new password if you are prompted to do so.

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Halfmoon Baseball Annual Scholarship

Halfmoon Baseball League 
$500.00 Annual Scholarship Program 

All eligible persons are encouraged to apply.

Applications should be submitted to the President of the Halfmoon Baseball League NO later than April 20 of award year. Applicants will be reviewed and awarded by the Halfmoon Baseball League Board, or a committee 
designated by the Board no later than May 31st. 

Completed application letters may be e-mailed to:

halfmoonbbl@gmail.com, or mailed to the following address 
(with a postmark no later than April 20th of the award year): 


Halfmoon Baseball League 
Attn: Scholarship Committee 
PO Box 4309 
Halfmoon, NY 12065

More Info: Halfmoon Baseball Scholarship

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