Junior League Softball World Series players from around the world interact with each other at Girls Night Out on July 29 at the Kirkland Teen Center. No cell phones were allowed at the player-only event that featured food, learning about players’ different cultures and ethnic backgrounds, arts and crafts, games, a disc jockey and a photo booth. Photo courtesy of Sharon Curry

Junior League Softball World Series players from around the world interact with each other at Girls Night Out on July 29 at the Kirkland Teen Center. No cell phones were allowed at the player-only event that featured food, learning about players’ different cultures and ethnic backgrounds, arts and crafts, games, a disc jockey and a photo booth. Photo courtesy of Sharon Curry

Softball players connect at Girls Night Out

  • Thursday, August 1, 2019 11:00am
  • Sports

Junior League Softball World Series players from around the world interact with each other at Girls Night Out on July 29 at the Kirkland Teen Center. No cell phones were allowed at the player-only event that featured food, learning about players’ different cultures and ethnic backgrounds, arts and crafts, games, a disc jockey and a photo booth. Photo courtesy of Sharon Curry


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