A throng of players attend the Junior Softball World Series Girls Night Out on July 30 in Kirkland. This is an evening for playersonly to eat, socialize, do arts and crafts, play games and get to know players from different cultures and ethnic backgroundsfrom around the world. No cell phones were allowed. Courtesy of Kelli Landers

A throng of players attend the Junior Softball World Series Girls Night Out on July 30 in Kirkland. This is an evening for playersonly to eat, socialize, do arts and crafts, play games and get to know players from different cultures and ethnic backgroundsfrom around the world. No cell phones were allowed. Courtesy of Kelli Landers

Softball players score with Girls Night Out

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A throng of players attend the Junior Softball World Series Girls Night Out on July 30 in Kirkland. This is an evening for players only to eat, socialize, do arts and crafts, play games and get to know players from different cultures and ethnic backgrounds from around the world. No cell phones were allowed. Top photo courtesy of Kelli Landers

Kaija Gibson, University of Washington softball player and Redmond High School alumnus, spoke to and connected with the girls and helped make cotton candy. Bottom photo courtesy of Sharon Curry

Kaija Gibson, University of Washington softball player and Redmond High School alumnus, spoke to and connected with thegirls and helped make cotton candy. Courtesy of Sharon Curry

Kaija Gibson, University of Washington softball player and Redmond High School alumnus, spoke to and connected with thegirls and helped make cotton candy. Courtesy of Sharon Curry

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