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  1. Youth Softball Registration

    February 10, 2021, 11:00 AM - February 28, 2021, 4:00 PM @ Charles City Social Center

    DIVISIONS: T-BALL(Ages 5-6): Players are introduced to softball fundamentals of hitting, fielding and throwing with game play. The most important aspect is for players to learn and have fun. $50.00 per player. (Min: 8 | Max: 12) COACH PITCH (Ages 7-8): Players will continue to learn softball fundamentals and will play “coach-pitched games” in order to prepare for playing the full game of softball. $55.00 per player. (Min: 9 | Max 12) FAST PITCH (Ages 9-10): This league is for the first year fast pitch players where the focus will continue to remain on development of new and experienced players. Games will utilize fast pitch game rules with a few modifications. $60.00 per player. (Min: 10 | Max 12) FAST PITCH (Ages 11-13): This league continues to balance player development in game settings. Traditional game rules will apply with minimal modification. Players will play full games of softball with scores kept. $60.00 per player. (Min: 10 | Max: 12)

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Sheriff's Office

  1. CCSO: Firearms Safety Course (Feb 2021)

    February 15, 2021, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Charles City County Sheriff's Office

    Virginia Concealed Handgun Permit/Firearms Safety Course Class Whether you are looking to get your Concealed Carry Permit, or simply interested in learning the Virginia laws regarding self-defense or carrying a firearm, this class is for you. In this 2 hour course we will cover everything (and then some) that is required to allow you to get your permit. We will cover the importance of firearm safety, situational awareness, personal and home defense, the basic nomenclature and operation of handguns, where you can and can’t carry your firearm in the Commonwealth of Virginia, as well as the Virginia laws on self-defense and the use of deadly force. Virginia is a “Shall Issue” state, so once you have cleared the background check, you will receive your permit to carry a concealed handgun which is recognized in 36 states.

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