Last Updated: April 22, 2015

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  • BASEBALL BUCKS BONANZA - MARCH 28th
  • TICKET RETURN APRIL 4TH - PHILLIPS PARK REC CENTER 10-2PM
  • CLEAN UP NIGHT APRIL 24TH - VOLUNTEERS FIELD
  • OPENING DAY APRIL 25th - START AT CARRICK SHOPPING CENTER

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!

 

We will be holding signups on the following dates at Phillips Park Rec Center from 10:00am to 2:00pm

 

Saturday February 7th

Saturday February 21st

Saturday March 7th

Saturday March 21st

**There will be a$10.00 late fee for those who sign up after March 21st, so please try to have your child/children signed up before the deadline**

***Any signups after April 25th will be a $100.00 registration fee***

OTHER IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER!!

Saturday April 4th ~ Raffle Ticket Return at Phillips Park Rec Center 10-2pm

Friday April 24th ~ Clean up night at Volunteers Field

Saturday April 25th ~ OPENING DAY!!!  Parade will begin at Carrick Shopping Center 10:00am

Friday May 1st ~ Picture Day at Phillips Park Rec Center (Times/Teams to be announced)

Saturday May 2nd ~ Picture Day at Phillips Park Rec Center (TIme/Teams to be announced)

Friday June 26th ~ Clean up night at Volunteers Field

Saturday June 27th ~ CELEBRATION DAY!!  Players who are of "league age" to move up to next league

Saturday August 1st ~ END OF SEASON PICNIC!!  Muesum Building-South Park  11am-8pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BASEBALL BUCKS BONANZA

 

Our Annual "Baseball Bucks Bonanza" will be held at Castle Shannon Memorial Hall on Saturday March 28, 2015.

Cash prizes to be given away every half hour along with other games of chance!

Tickets are $20.00 in advance, $25.00 at the door.  Includes: Admission, Food, Beer and Setups for drinks. (BYOB)

Tickets are available through any Board Member or at any signup. (Signup dates listed above)

Come have fun and help support the children of our organization! 

Hope to see you there!

 

 

 

 

 

A MESSAGE FROM THE CAA BOARD MEMBERS

 

Sports teach a player to be the best you can be for your team and for yourself.  Sports demand a player's strength, courage and a willingness to do the job they are called to do.

Sports are not about being perfect.  They're about working effectively together with others, good sportsmanship, giving your best, feeling good and having fun.  At times it will be painful to try and fail, but it is the attempt that should be honored.  Not everyone is blessed with a lot of athletic talent.  We are sure that each of you is blessed with a lot of other skills and abilities.  Discover them and use them.  Be the best you can be in whatever sport or endeavor you choose in life.

Each new season will bring new challenges and the opportunity to develop new skills.  As with anything in life, if you want something bad enough, you make it happen.  Desire, hard work and a can-do attitude will help get you through the toughest situations.

We wish to convey to everyone interested in the Carrick Athletic Association from the players, parents, sponsors, coaches, umpires and Board members, a heartfelt thanks for all your support.






**ALL CAA PARTICIPANTS/PARENTS**

A parent or guardian must be at the ball field
at all times while your child is practicing or playing. If you leave, you must take your child with you. The coaches are an all-volunteer group, they are not a sitting service, nor are they trained by CAA in first aid. Injurys, although rare, do occur. If a child does get injured, majority of the time, they prefer their loved ones, not their coach.

 


Mandatory for the 2014 Spring/Fall baseball and Softball Season.
For the saftey of our children, and the integrity of our Association,

** ALL MANAGERS AND COACHES MUST CLEAR A BASIC CHILD CLEARANCE/ BACKGROUND CHECK. **

To be on the field or dugout as a team participant, you must have clearances (this eliminates umpires) but includes scorekeepers. All Clearance forms must be turned in and kept on file by the organization. The Association will work with all individuals to assist with any questions regarding the Clearance Form process.









As a reminder, all parents, and or adult siblings of registered players are expected to volunteer working in the Concession stand, If you do not work your scheduled game, your child will not play until stand is worked.  This is a volunteer organization.  If everyone pitches in, it becomes easier for everyone involved. Also, if you happen to see garbage overflowed, supplies needed in the bathrooms, or just general clean-up, these are also areas that need help in maintaining the field and where volunteers are also needed.







Upcoming Events

Thursday,  Jan 28
First Signups 10:00am Phillips Park Rec Center

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