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Adult Sports Group Forming in Auburn
05/15/2017

(KLZA)-- A group of individuals in Auburn wants to form an adult recreation committee.

The group approached the Auburn City Council last week. Various adult leagues for volleyball, softball, basketball and possibly sand volleyball would be considered. 

The new group will be patterned after the very successful Auburn Youth Recreation Council.

Auburn Mayor Scott Kudrna noted there are advantages for the group to work through the City to organize. Those advantages include using the City tax I.D. number, having a checking account and be under the cities insurance. 

The Council approved the concept. The group will now work on a set of by-laws and then report back to the Council.


 

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