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Get your fingers dirty for a good cause.

Coupeville’s Farm to School program is holding a work party this Saturday, July 10, from 11-2, and you — yes, you — are invited to participate.

The event will teach volunteers “a bit about how to build habitat gardens,” with snacks sweetening the deal.

Things go down at Coupeville Elementary, located at 6 South Main Street, across from Harada Physical Therapy, which occupies the former Videoville building.

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Central Whidbey Little League players hope to return to action in March. (Jackie Saia photo)

Do a little work, eat a little pizza.

In anticipation of a new season, Central Whidbey Little League is holding a work party this Saturday, February 27.

Things kick off at 10 AM at Rhododendron Park, which is located at 502 West Patmore Road in Coupeville.

Jobs include installing the outfield fence on two fields, hanging sponsor banners, and cleaning and prepping the concession stand.

Food and drinks from the Coupeville Pizza Factory will be provided for the volunteer workers.

With COVID-19 restrictions being eased, CWLL currently plans to start its baseball and softball seasons in mid-March.

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A new season of Central Whidbey Little League action approaches. (Jackie Saia photo)

Spring approaches, but little league action will probably beat it in getting here.

Central Whidbey Little League hosts its second, and final, skills and registration camp this coming Saturday, February 22 from 10 AM-noon at the CHS gym.

The event is open to children ages 5-15 who live in Central Whidbey (Coupeville and Greenbank), and includes all age groups (T-Ball, baseball, and fastpitch softball).

Parents are encouraged to register their children at the league’s site — https://www.centralwhidbeylittleleague.com/ — or at the skills camp.

For Saturday’s event, players are asked to wear athletic clothing and “good gym shoes.”

It’s recommended they bring their baseball and softball gear, if they have it, though some will be provided for those in need.

The league also hosts its annual field work party Mar. 14, a time when the ball fields at Rhododendron Park (502 W. Patmore Rd.) will be primed for play.

Volunteers are welcome and needed.

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