ELIZABETHTON — After a 12 months with out the favored grownup athletic leagues, the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Division is getting ready for the return of competitors on the town’s enjoying fields. The division is getting ready for the return this spring.
Nevertheless it all relies on how the neighborhood is recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic and on the instructions issued by Gov. Invoice Lee.
In its newest month-to-month e-newsletter, the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Division discusses the attainable return of league play. “Resulting from COVID-19, we’ve needed to take a bit of break from athletics for the security of our residents. Our hopes are to start out our leagues again up within the spring and provide extra selection,” the division wrote in its newest e-newsletter.
If circumstances enable, the division is getting ready to open grownup co-ed volleyball and grownup flag soccer leagues. The plans are to have the identical leagues begin one other season within the fall. Males’s and girls’s basketball leagues would begin within the winter.
The division can be getting ready to launch a brand new league someday throughout the 12 months that includes pickleball. This sport is turning into more and more common and combines badminton, desk tennis and tennis. The brand new league would play on the Joe LaPorte Jr. Recreation Space, subsequent to Franklin Pool.