Biosphere Industries, LLC Biosphere® packaging products are a new family of affordable, high performance, ultra earth friendly starch based packaging systems. Our materials are made primarily from annually renewable plants - tapioca and lesser amounts of grass fibers. We bake plant starch into rigid shapes similar to the process of making waffles or ice cream cones.
Biosphere Industries has successfully optimized this 'ice cream cone baking' technology to manufacture rigid packaging products that perform unlike anything else on earth.
Our packaging is sturdy, attractive with a comfortable feel. Food contact is a snap being freezer friendly and safe for use in both microwaves or ovens up to 420°F. Whether you need to keep it hot or cold, Biosphere® containers provide exceptional insulating perfomance.
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Robert Leiter Photography Take a moment and treat yourself to the website of Robert Leiter Photography. You may even see some pictures of your baseball player from last year's Season.
CVLL is privileged to have Mr. Leiter as part of their team and hopeful that he will be back for the CVLL 2010 Season.
Coastal View Visit the COASTAL VIEW NEWS on line where you can read weekly news from the Carpinteria Valley
The District 63 Umpire Association, Inc. was created to spearhead the efforts in the retention, recruitment, training and support of adult volunteer umpires as well as the recruitment, training and support of Junior Umpires (between the ages of 13 and 18 years old) within the boundaries of California Little League District 63.
D63 Umpire Clinic will be held at Carpinteria HS on Sunday, February 28 from 8 am to 5 pm. The Clinic will include intensive instruction on rules of the game, plate and base mechanics, situational umpiring and game management, uniform requirements and a host of other pertinent topics. Coffee and donuts will be provided, as well as a lunch to be determined. Instructional material will also be provided. The clinic is free to attendees from participating District 63 Leagues. A not-yet-determined fee will be required for anyone in attendance not associated with District 63 Little League. For more information click the D63 link for the clinic flyer and to sign up
Go Challengers Challenger Programs are for boys & girls ages 5-18 with physical or, developmental or disabilities.
• Wheelchair users welcome
• Competitive and non-competitive team options
• Help build self esteem and confidence
• Kids motivated to learn and be their best
• Play on a team and make new friends