The Northglenn Youth Commission (NYC) is hosting the May Mayhem Dodgeball Tournament at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 3, at the Northglenn Recreation Center, 11801 Community Center Drive. The event is open to any youth in sixth through 12th grade.
Join in the fun (and FUNdraising) by forming a team, or coming by to cheer on your favorite competitor. Each squad can have six to 10 players.
Also, the Northglenn Police Department will be playing an exhibition dodgeball match.
Teams are encouraged to dress in attire that best depicts “May Mayhem,” with prizes given to the best-dressed team, as well as the winning team.
Registration is $12 per person and dinner is included. Pre-registration is required to play. Spectators are $2 at the door and all ages are welcome to watch.
The Ralston House provides professional, comprehensive services for sexually, physically and/or emotionally abused children and their families in a safe place, so they can share their stories and begin to heal. Ralston House is a nonprofit organization that provides a location where people such as police detectives, social workers, therapists and medical professionals can talk and work with the youngest victims of crime.
A new Ralston House location is opening in Northglenn in the spring.
For more information or to register, contact the Northglenn Recreation Center at 303-450-8800 or go to and use code 19040 to sign up.