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February 28, 2013

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:Youth Baseball Clinic offered: Haverhill High School will host a Hillie Youth Baseball Clinic March 2 from 9 a.m. to noon at Trinity Stadium. In case of inclement weather, the clinic will be held at Haverhill High, 137 Monument St. The clinic is for children ages 5 to 13 and will be led by Haverhill High coaches and student athletes. Cost is $25, or $20 if you sign up by Feb. 20. Checks, payable to HHS Baseball Boosters, can be sent to Haverhill Baseball, 137 Monument St., Haverhill, MA 01832. For more information, contact Athletic Director Tom O’Brien at 978-374-5732 or tobrien@haverhill-ps.org.

Haverhill Senior Baseball registration: Haverhill Senior Baseball will hold signups for anyone in the Haverhill area March 2, 9 and 16 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Haverhill YMCA, 81 Winter St. The league has two divisions — one for players age 13 and the other for players ages 14 to 15. All home games will be played on a regulation 90-foot diamond on the JV Field behind Trinity Stadium. Applications are available online at haverhillseniorbaseball.com or by calling Larry O’Brien at 978-373-6982 or Dan Francescone at 978-807-5068.

Boston Gay Men’s Chorus to perform at UU Church: The Universalist Unitarian Church of Haverhill will host a performance by the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus March 2 at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:15 p.m. The church is 15 Kenoza Ave. in Monument Square. The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus is one of New England’s largest and most successful community-based choruses. Now in its 31st season, the choral group is celebrated for its outstanding musicianship, creative programming and groundbreaking community outreach. Under the leadership of Music Director Reuben Reynolds III, the BGMC sings a wide spectrum of classical and popular music and builds bridges to all people by providing a positive, affirming image of the gay and lesbian community. The UU Church of Haverhill embraces diversity with a generosity of spirit and is committed to being inclusive and welcoming of all people in every aspect of the church’s life, from worship and rites of passage to education, music and social justice programs. Tickets are available for purchase every Sunday after worship during coffee hour and online at www.uuhaverhill.org.

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