Our end of season picnic will be held Saturday June 18th at the Birch and Surf Park from 12:00pm - 3:00pm. Hotdogs/Hamburgers and drinks will be provided by the league, however, each team has been assigned to bring something -
NOTE: you do not have to bring enough for the entire league:
T-Ball - Desserts
U8 - Salads
U10 - Sides or Fruit
O13 - Chips and Snacks
Trophies will be handed out by the coaches.
Come join us for a fun filled day!
2016 June Board Meeting Information:
We strongly invite parents and coaches to please attend our board meetings. The next meeting will be held:
Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 at 7:30pm at the Beachwood First Aid Squad, located at 4 Beachwood Blvd in Beachwood.
NOTE: Snack Shack work rule checks will be available at board meetings. All meetings are announced on website and are usually held the second Tuesday of each month. Parents can pick up thier snack shack check at the board meeting after they complete their work rule.
Field Clean up
All field clean up checks have been deposited for those that did not participate. If you have any questions, contact Tess Jackson
Attention all Parents:
Our league is in need of more parental involvement!!!
The board welcomes and is in need of parents willing to be involved with all aspects of our league. This could include helping our Field Supervisor with lining the fields before games, helping our Game Scheduler to learn how to work with other leagues to schedule games and helping our 1st and 2nd vice presidents and with duties such as Snack Shack scheduling, Coach communications and Team Moms.
We encourage our parents to join us at our board meetings as we want your feedback, input and ideas to better enhance our league and make the experience of the sport the best it can be for our girls!
If you are interested in being more involved, contact Tess Jackson at 732-691-1007 or attend our next board meeting.
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Safety Rules & Code of Ethics
To ensure the well being of all players, listed below are some of the key safety rules and ethics that must be adhered to by all players:
Jewelry – Players are not allowed to wear any jewelry during practice or games (including jewelry intended to be permanent). Please make sure to have your child remove earrings, necklaces, bracelets, etc. before they leave home. Be aware that officials and supervisors on duty have the authority to disallow any player from participating when they feel it necessary for the safety of the player, her team or opponents. The league is not responsible for theft or loss of property. NOTE: Medical Bracelets/Medical Medals – Any player required to wear a medical bracelet or medical medal will be permitted to do so, however, they must be taped to the body with medical data visible.
Food – Eating of food, snacks or gum is not allowed during practice or games. However, players are strongly advised to bring a beverage to each practice and game to keep them properly hydrated.
Poor Conduct – Players that willfully intimidate or harm another player will be under immediate review for dismissal from the league by the Board. This is necessary to give our girls an environment that is free from bullies and fear of getting intentionally harmed.
Equipment – Players are permitted and encouraged to bring their own equipment, however, that equipment must meet the standards of the ASA (2004 issue or newer). Helmets must be worn when batting and must have a ASA face mask attached. Cleats are not allowed to have metal spikes and bats must be Softball (not baseball) and be proper size for the player. If you have questions regarding your child’s equipment, please speak to your coaches. Be sure to mark your child’s equipment with their name.
Be Alert – It is important players be alert and pay attention during practice and games. Not doing so leaves our girls with the potential to be harmed by a stray ball. Also, being aware of what is going on during practice and games helps to strengthen the team as a whole and creates trust amongst their teammates.
*** Parents are NOT ALLOWED in the dugout or inside the fenced area ***
If you have questions or concerns, be sure to speak to your coaches.
Please find our Business Sponsorship Form to the left under "Download Online Forms" if you or someone you know would like to sponsor a team for $150 or would be interested in purchasing a sign for $250.
More sponsorship levels are available, please refer to our Business Sponsorship form.
For any questions, contact Tess Jackson at 732-691-1007 or email@example.com
Liberty Mutual's Responsible Sports™ program
Sports are about so much more than winning. And sustaining youth sports programs takes more than just your valuable time and effort. That’s why Liberty Mutual created the Responsible Sports Community Grants. The program helps provide precious financial resources – $2,500 grants – in recognition of local dedication to responsibility in communities across the country.
Participants simply view the self-paced online course and take a brief quiz. The more people who participate, the better your chances. Use the money for equipment, uniforms, travel, practice field time – whatever your team needs to succeed! But don't delay: This grant period ends on May 31st, 2010!
Please go to this web Site and help today :) http://www.responsiblesports.com/default.aspx
Get all future info faster, earlier. Go to bottom of menu on left side of page. Find the mailbox click on email subscribe, type address you want info to go to and put a check in box marked parents and hit submit. You will get info on what is happening with league before any flyers or postcards go out.