The 66th Annual All-Indian Labor Day Baseball Tournament will be played Sept. 2 and 3 at Manataba Park. The event is being organized by the CRIT Special Diabetes Project and Recreation Program.
This event has traditionally seen all-Indian teams from around the Southwest coming to Parker to compete for the title.
The event will be limited to just eight teams. All teams will have a roster of 15 players. All players must be at least 16 years old and a member of a federally-recognized tribe. Tribal ID will be required as proof of membership. Each team will be allowed two non-tribal players.
Manataba Park is located at the corner of Second Avenue (Agency Road) and Mohave Road, across the street from the Tribal office complex.
The entry fee is $250 to secure a spot in the tournament. This fee is not refundable, and must be received by the CRIT SDP-Recreation Program by 5 p.m. on Aug. 28.
To secure a spot, make checks or money orders payable to the Colorado River Indian Tribes, Department of Health and Social Services, 12302 Kennedy Drive, Parker, Ariz. 83544.
For more information, or to sign up your team, call the CRIT SDP Recreation office at 928-669-1350.