On Sat., 3/4, Bristol County District Attorney Tom Quinn’s office will conduct a free youth baseball clinic for New Bedford youth.
The clinics will run from 10 a.m. to noon inside the gymnasium at the Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School, 1121 Ashley Blvd. The clinic is open to both boys and girls of all ages, and information on local youth baseball leagues will be also available.
Saturday’s free baseball clinic is a collaboration between the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office, the New Bedford School Department and the Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational technical High School.
The clinic will be led by former professional athlete, Brian Rose. Rose was a pitcher for the Boston Red Sox and presently works in the Community Affairs Unit of the District Attorney’s Office where he serves as Volunteer Coordinator and Free Youth Sports Clinic Director. Rose will be assisted by coaches and players from the GNB Voc-Tech Varsity Baseball Team.
For more information please contact Brian Rose, Program Manager for the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office at 508-961-1972 or by email at Brian.Rose@state.ma.us. Registration form can also be obtained by visiting www.bristolda. com or by stopping by the DA’s office at 888 Purchase St., the Boys and Girls Club at 166 Jenny St. or the New Bedford YMCA at 25 South Water St.
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