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Let's Keep Our Kids Safe!

Several news stations are reporting an attempted kidnapping of an 11 year old boy, Wednesday morning (10/15/14) about 9:45 at Pioneer Park.  Please pass information on to anyone you can. Parents, team moms and coaches let’s keep an eye on our kids...As is policy, please remember to have a coach, team Mom or parent stay until all players are picked up and safely out of the parks.
 
Thanks again for all you do.
 
Chuck
  
Suspect Description:
 
The suspect is described as a white male in his thirties with severe acne with a pinkish undertone and open sores.
He has brown eyes, a scruffy goatee and a mustache.
The suspect has a faded hair cut, with longer hair on top and short hair on the sides. He has long fingers, dirty fingernails and he wore a silver ring.
At the time of the attack, he was wearing blue pants, and a black turtleneck that zipped completely up in the front. 

 

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Mission Statement
Commerce City Youth Athletics believes that our programs help teach children about the importance of commitment, discipline, and teamwork. These skills will be beneficial to our participants throughout their adult lives. We believe our programs motivate our youths physically, to support good health, mentally, to enable them to think for themselves, and civically, to develop pride in our community and to represent our community in a positive manner. It also allows Commerce City residents to view competitive youth sports for free.

More about us...
Commerce City Youth Athletics is a non-profit organization. We as a league are committed to honesty, integrity and a commitment to provide low cost registration fees so that as many as possible youth children may join one of the sports we provide. We have football teams, basketball teams, girls’ traveling softball and a cheerleading squad that cheers for all the football teams. We are able to provide these programs through registration fees, fundraisers, and donations. All officers and coaches are non-paid volunteers. No one involved in our program receives payment for the time, energy and services they provide to CCYA. Our Coaches, Team Parents, Committee members and Board members take time away from their families to donate many hours a week to our organization. We hope that each and every one of you appreciates all that they give to our children. Please remember we are NOT a CITY operated or funded program.

We conduct very important fundraisers for our organization every year, that without, we would have to raise our registration fees. The money raised is used to pay for the equipment, uniforms that we purchase, as well as the cost of team fees, etc. Please support these worth while fundraising projects. We do accept money donations. You can mail these donations to:

Commerce City Youth Athletics
C/O Chuck Ingram
6820 East 77th Avenue
Commerce City, CO 80022

If you have any questions or concerns, please e-mail us, sign in on the guest page and leave a message or visit our Contact Page.

Thank You for your support,

Board members

Board Member Names and E-mail addresses may be found on the contact page



Upcoming Games

Saturday,  Oct 25
CCMFL Football League
8 Northglenn Falcons NG8A @ 8 CCYA RAIDERS CC8A 9:00am CCYA
10 CCYA RAIDERS CC10A @ 10 LO 10A 9:00am Louisville Middle School
12 CCYA RAIDERS CC12A @ 12 LA 12A 11:00am Angevine Middle School
11 CCYA RAIDERS CC11A @ 11 Northglenn Broncos NG11A 12:00pm Northglenn
13 CCYA RAIDERS CC13A @ 13 Erie Tigers EE13A 3:00pm Erie Middle School
9 CCYA RAIDERS CC9A @ 9 BS9A 3:00pm Strasburg - Five Acres Field

For a complete schedule listing, click here!




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