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The Fort Lee Girls’ Recreation Basketball League, which had more than 260 players last season, is looking for even more this year, with late registration taking place Wednesday and Thursday this week at the Fort Lee Community Center.
The Fort Lee Girls’ Recreation Basketball League, which had more than 260 players last season, is looking for even more this year, with regular registration taking place Monday through Wednesday this week at the Fort Lee Community Center.
Two Fort Lee residents, one of whom took competed in the Ironman U.S. Championship in August and both of whom founded TriTrekker.com, produced a video dedicated to those who participated in various capacities.
The party and fundraiser, organized by a local athlete, is also a chance for everyone involved in the Ironman U.S. Championship in August to get together post-race, with a portion of the proceeds also going to the Senior Center in Fort Lee.
After the recreation league’s longtime league leader stepped down, new director Curtis Adams says there won’t be a lot of changes in the short term. He also says he needs as many parents to help out as possible.
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