FUNDRAISERS . . . The Menlo Park Legends' baseball team will host a fundraising barbeque and other activities on Sunday at Nealon Park in Menlo Park from 5-10 p.m. The evening will feature dinner, music by the Windy Hill Bluegrass Band, baseball- inspired carnival games, music, a home-run derby with Legends players, autograph signing, a balloon raffle and a silent auction. A pickup-style softball game will end the night. The Legends are still accepting contributions to the raffle/silent auction. For any questions about donations, contact Ali at email@example.com. Proceeds from the event will benefit Legends Village, which was created to provide underprivileged children in the surrounding areas (Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Redwood City) free camps, clinics, a mentor program and a chance to learn the game of baseball. Cost for the evening is $10/adult, $5 kids/campers (12 and under) and $25/ family (up to 5). Price includes dinner, games and entertainment . . . The Grizzlies, a local boys' lacrosse club in Menlo Park/Atherton, will host an outdoor movie night (Crooked Arrows will be screened) on July 17 at Las Lomitas School at 8:15 p.m. The family package is $10 and includes parents and up to three siblings while all individuals are $7.50. Proceeds benefit the nonprofit Grizzlies' club, which has grown from 70 to 140 boys (ages 5 to 14). For more information, go to www.menloathertonlacrosse.com.
SIGNUPS . . . The Mountain View Marauders have begun registration for the upcoming season. Football players between 7-15 years of age are eligible while cheerleading ages are from 9-15. The next signup will be July 19 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Mountain View Recreation Center, 201 S. Rengstorff. Players can get a registration form on the program's web site at www.mvmarauders.com. Other instructions for signing up are listed on the site. Other signup dates are: Monday, July 23 from 6:30-8 p.m. (Room 2) and Thursday, July 26 from 6:30-8 p.m. (Room 2). The football teams draw players from the immediate area, including Palo Alto and Los Altos Hills.
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