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July 11, 2019

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2 - Appeal-Democrat July 11 - 17, 2019 Cell: 530-682-9452 jlaw@lawspainting.com www.lawspainting.com Painting is the least expensive remodel. Call Law's Custom Painting. 530-671-6763 CA Lic. #669214 Freshen up your colors this summer! Flood • Auto • Home • Farm • Renters • Apartment • Life & Health 419 6th St, Marysville • 530-742-3243 475 N Palora Ave, Ste B Yuba City • 530-671-4841 • www.galliganinsurance.com Harinder Bains Lic # 0E76904 Angie Mathews Lic # 0K78158 FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS GALLIGAN & ASSOCIATES FREE LOCAL DELIVERY. 980 Gray Ave, Yuba City, CA 95991 530-230-7982 Financing up to 72 months with no Interest on Tempurpedic! *Exclusions apply. Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox Youth Baseball Skills Camp Appeal-Democrat Next week, young base- ball and softball player will have a chance to improve their skills. The three-day Yuba-Sut- ter Gold Sox Youth Baseball Skills Camp is scheduled for Monday, July 15 to Wednes- day, July 17 at Colusa Ca- sino Stadium, 14th and B streets, Marysville. The reg- istration deadline is Friday, July 12. Gold Sox players and coaches will provide train- ing and instruction using a curriculum geared toward success in a safe and posi- tive environment, accord- ing to the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox website. Boys and girls 6-14 years old are encouraged to sign up for the camp and will be taught fundamentals that include hitting, pitching, infi eld, outfi eld, catching, base running, bunting, cut- offs and relays, rundowns and sliding. Players are divided into groups with players their own age and ability level. Games are played to empha- size those fundamentals be- ing taught during the daily instruction. The Gold Sox approach is as much about working on the necessary physical skills training as it is focusing on the mental approach to the game. There is a lunch break during the camp and the concession stand is open for campers. The $100 per child regis- tration fee includes: 4 hours of daily instruc- tion from the Gold Sox play- ers and coach. Gold Sox Academy T-shirt. Free general admission to the games that weekend when wearing camp shirt. Camp certifi cate and team autograph session. Slip-and-Sliding prac- tice on the last day of camp. What to bring to camp: Baseball glove. Baseball pants or shorts. Water bottle. Tennis shoes or cleats. Lunch or money to pur- chase food. Baseball bat is optional. A good attitude. Appeal-Democrat file photos ABOVE: Devin Fernandes celebrates after winning a bunting game during the Gold Sox Baseball Youth Skills Camp in 2011. BELOW: Gold Sox infi elder Mitchell Wilhite works with children during youth base- ball skills camp in 2011.

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