Ad Spot

Parks and Rec opens spring sports registration

By DONNAMY STEELE / Special to the Reporter

ALABASTER – Alabaster Parks and Recreation kicked off their 2021 registration for softball, baseball and soccer on Monday, Jan. 4.

The registration period will end on Jan. 16, and the seasons will begin in the spring.

Nik McCrimon, athletic manager for the city’s soccer program, anticipates a fun-filled season for all involved.

McCrimon said he is excited to see the community join together in this way.

“Well, the fact we have the opportunity to play is exciting,” McCrimon said. “It gives the kids an opportunity to get back to some type of normalcy, if there is such a thing right now. The fact we are able to offer the program dealing with what we are dealing with is exciting.”

Director Tim Hamm said the last season was filled with uncertainty, but it had a good outcome.

He hopes the numbers will be even better this year.

“We’re really excited for the seasons to come up,” Hamm said. “We did our fall seasons, and I think we were still kind of up in the air. We didn’t know what was going to happen with the COVID stuff, how people would respond, or if they would come out and sign up, but our numbers turned out good.

“It’s hard to predict what our numbers are going to look like in the middle of registration, but I think people are wanting something to get out and do honestly,” he continued. “We are keeping check on our coaches, patrons and parents, who are trying to be as safe as they can be. We expect it to be a positive spring for people to be out there.”

Hamm said his team hopes to continue to offer things for people to come out and do.

“We think it’s important for people to come out, have a good time and be safe doing it, and that’s what we are shooting for,” he said.
To register for softball, baseball or soccer, visit Alabasterparks.org or visit the Alabaster Parks and Recreation office at 200 Depot Street.

Alabaster Main Story

Thompson three-peats as AHSAA Duals State Champs

Alabaster Main Story

ACS opens 2021-2022 Pre-K registration

280 Reporter

BOE approves savings on surgical lab project at Chelsea High School

280 Main Story

New Oak Mountain Elementary principal named

Helena

‘He bled Helena’: Former Helena Mayor Sonny Penhale dies at 89

Community Columnists

Miles always finds a way to help others

Alabaster Main Story

Montevallo man charged with robbery at Alabaster Walmart

Columbiana

Circus brings three-ring show to Columbiana

280 Main Story

Asbury Giggles and Grace spring sale set for March 5-6

280 Main Story

Pate announces candidacy for State House District 73

280 Main Story

Gov. Ivey extends mask mandate, gives update on vaccine

Business

Beignets and Lattes takes their coffee and sweets on the road

280 Main Story

Pastor shares vision for Double Oak Community Church’s new Chelsea campus

Coronavirus

ADPH hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Pelham Civic Complex Jan. 22

280 Main Story

Spinnin’ the hits: Dr. Dax Davis brings back the heyday of the deejay

News

Pelham FBC encouraging strong family discipleship through free event

Faith

Riverside Baptist Church using community to support Sav-A-Life, Red Cross

News

CoreFit opens in Campus 124, Beer Hog to open soon

280 Main Story

First responders take first round of COVID-19 vaccine

280 Reporter

Council approves resolution for airstrip annexed into city limits

280 Reporter

Chelsea City Council approves numerous annexation requests

280 Main Story

Latest on COVID-19, including vaccine information

Alabaster Main Story

Kenneth Paschal announces candidacy for House District 73 seat

280 Main Story

Shelby County NAACP hosts virtual MLK celebration