Mytiburger has been in the Oak Forrest/ Greater Heights area since 1967. The owner not only sponsors Oaks Dads Club but is a committed volunteer.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
follow this link to sign up online now
sign up in person at the clubhouse on the following dates; Saturday 8/18 from 12-3, Thursday 8/23 from 6-8, Saturday 8/25 from 12-3 and Thursday 8/30 from 6-8
**Early Bird Registration is now open for all sports, and closes on August 1st. Act now to save!**
Regular registration closes for Soccer on August 19th, Baseball and Softball registration closes on September 1st. Any signups after those dates will incur a late fee, and are subject to availability.
Soccer Opening Day is 9/22
Baseball and Softball Opening Day is 9/29
A Long Term Commitment to Youth Sports Continues
The Oaks Dads’ Club has provided youth sports in the Oak Forest area since 1954. We celebrated our 60th Anniversary in April 2014. In the last 5 years alone we have had over sixteen hundred boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 16 years old participate in Baseball, Softball, Football and Soccer. In March of 2015, the Oaks Dads’ Club acquired the use of the Candlelight Fields at 6500 Rena Street. The addition of these fields will ensure the continued growth of our youth sports programs for years to come.
The Oaks Dads’ Club is more than just youth sports it’s about family and dedication to the community. In fact, many of the parents and grandparents of current players at the Oaks Dads’ Club were players here themselves! Our motto, “As the twig is bent, so grows the tree,” is a reflection of our commitment to the growth and development of our youth.
These fine organizations make what we do possible. Please show your support to these amazing sponsors and thank them for their commitment to our organization. Interested in becoming a sponsor? Click here to learn more about our sponsorship opportunities
Revolver supports our organization in more ways than one. James Cole is a coach, dad, corporate and baseball board member, and sponsor of ODC. We are lucky to have parents like him helping us daily.