Sign up for soccer

Millie Reid, Travis Reid, Bryson Reid, Erin Reid, Rylen Harvey, Gradyn Harvey and Marygene Sotin accept a check donation from PotlatchDeltic's Ryan Nantell for the St. Maries Youth Soccer Association.

Children ages 5-12 can apply for the league through August 8. Forms are available at Banner Bank and the St. Maries Municipal Pool, and those registered before July 21 will be entered for a chance to win a Paul Bunyan Days bracelet.

The cost of registration is $30, and the league will include approximately eight games this year. For More information, call Ms. Sotin at 208-661-0064 or Ms. Reid at 208-582-0206.

Young St. Maries soccer enthusiasts can register to play club soccer with the Greater St. Maries Youth Soccer Association through Aug. 8.

The club soccer team teaches local children the skills they need to play at higher levels, including technical and tactical aspects of play. The team is part of the Idaho Youth Soccer Association’s District 1.The team sees approximately eight games per season.

“August 8 will be the last day to register,” organizer Marygene Sotin said. “At the free swim day at the pool Aug. 7, we’ll be present to do registrations there as well. Anyone who registers before July 31 is entered to win a Paul Bunyan Days bracelet, and there are six of those available.”

Children registering for the league must be ages five through 12 as of Sept. 1 to participate. The cost of registration is $30. Registration forms are available at Banner Bank and the St. Maries Municipal Pool.

For more information, contact Marygene Sotin at 208-245-6720, Kristin Burns at 208-661-0064 or Erin Reid at 208-582-0206.

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