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SPRING 2015 BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL REGISTRATION
FUNDRAISER - HOMERUNS FOR CHARITY
Drs. Adam Mark and Steve Silberberg - Optometric Physicians have notified us that they will be donating at least $10 for every homerun that is hit (over the fence) in the 2014 season ($20 for any Grand Slam). So kids, eat your Wheaties and help support SWSLL and for the future stars of SWSLL..
CONCESSION STAND - WORK BOND SIGN UP
Please sign up for Snack Stand - here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot)
3. Sign up! Choose your spots - VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!
Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me and I can sign you up manually.
NO SMOKING IN THE SWSLL COMPLEX
JUST A REMINDER: THERE IS NO SMOKING IN THE SWSLL COMPLEX. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SMOKE DURING THE GAMES, WE ASK THAT YOU GO INTO THE PARKING LOT.
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IMPORTANT - MANDATED NEW JERSEY STATE LAW
Sayrewood South Little League Families,
Please be advised that as of April 2007, the State of New Jersey passed a law mandating that any child under the age of 18, that requires corrective lenses for better eye sight, that participate in any organized sports are required to wear safety sport glasses. Regular fashion eyewear does not provide the proper protection to prevent serious eye injuries.
SWS Little League would like to announce a program to help enhance the continued safety of your children while participating in youth sports. One of our sponsors, Drs. Mark & Silberberg will provide a discount of 25% off a complete pair of safety sport glasses. In addition, a $15.00 donation, for every pair of safety sport glasses sold, will be contributed back to the SWS Little League. A current and valid eyeglass prescription is all that is needed.
If you have any further questions, please contact the doctor’s office at (732) 583-9797 or see our website for contact information
SWS board of directors
Drs. Mark and Silberberg
Main Street Village Executive Plaza
935 Route 34
Matawan, NJ 07747
Junior Umpire Clinic
We are looking for junior umpires for the upcoming season.
Any league player 12 years of age or older who has a solid understanding of the game of baseball is eligible. If you would like to be a junior umpire for our Minor-B Division this Spring 2014 season, click on the Junior Umpire Clinic - 2014 tab on our side menu to complete and submit a form.
The Junior Umpire Clinic will be held at SWSLL on a Saturday in April 2014 @ 10:00am
OLD BRIDGE PARKS & RECREATION
VOLUNTEER YOUTH COACHES
This certification class meets all state requirements.
In order to be eligible for the civil immunity protections
provided by the Little League Law (A:62A-6) volunteer coaches are required to attend a "safety orientation and training skills program". The V.C.T.A. is based upon the Minimum Standards for Volunteers Coaches Safety Orientation and
Training Skills Program (N.J.A.C.5:52) and has been tested in court as having met standards.
This year's clinic is being held on
TDB @ Civic Center
$35.00 Per Person CASH ONLY
Registration Starts at 6:30pm
Class is from 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Bring a Pen or Pencil
For More Information Please Call
732-721-5600 Ext. 4999
If you do not want to wait for this course, you can cut and paste link below to your browser to see if there are any courses nearby:
Athletic Code of Conduct
In accordance with the Law in the State of New Jersey and in conjunction with Old Bridge Township Ordinance NO. 47-03, Sayre Woods South Little League will begin enforcing an Athletic Code of Conduct policy. Before the start of the season, each parent and coach will be asked to sign a statement acknowledging their acceptance and understanding of the consequences of violating such policy. Uniforms will not be distributed without such signed statements. Forms will distributed to parents by team managers. You can read the Athletic Code of Conduct by going to our Handouts section or by clicking here.
Some companies encourage and recognize the efforts of employees who devote their personal time to volunteer activities. These employees who do substantial volunteer work for nonprofit, tax-exempt public charities in their community are usually encouraged to apply to their company for a grant to their organization. As an active volunteer through our work bond program, any league family who is able to secure such a grant from their employer, may have all or portions of their registration fee waived depending on the monetary size of the grant. Ask your employer if they provide volunteer grants and help support our league.
Batting Cage Scheduling Information
For batting cage scheduling information as well as our rules and conduct policy regarding its use, please click here.
Field Maintenance Workers Needed
Families who would like to work off some of their 9 hours of work bond service by doing field maintenance are encouraged to come down early on Saturday or Sunday mornings during the season. Upon arrival, please ask a board member for your time card and remember to punch in and punch out your time card on our clubhouse time clock. This is our only verification of your presence and service to our league.
If you would like more information, please call our voice mail at (732) 679-6500 and leave a message.
REGISTER YOUR LITTLE LEAGUER(S) FOR FREE !!!
A new and exciting opportunity offered by SWSLL gives your family a chance to REGISTER YOUR KIDS FOR FREE. Please visit our Handouts section or click here for all the details.
Call the clubhouse at (732)679-6500 for further information.
If you plan to take pictures at any of the games or upcoming events this year and would like to see them on our site, send them in. We'd love to post them! Just click the mailbox on the left or send them to SWSLL
SWSLL Family Recognition Wall Continues to Grow
As you know SWSLL is always trying to raise money in order to provide the best possible Little League experience for your child. As you can see there have been many changes at our fields over the last couple of years and along with our commitment as board members, we will continue to do so for the future success of the League. We have come up with a new fundraising method that is quite unique and in time will grow into something very special. This is not required by any family in any way and is only an alternative option developed by SWSLL to try and raise money.
As you enter the complex, you will notice the SWSLL RECOGNITION WALL. This has been put in place and is open for any family to participate. With a one-time donation to the league of $50.00, you will have a special plaque ordered and mounted on the wall for everyone to see. (PLEASE NOTE: this is not for businesses). Check out the plaques that are already mounted and get an idea from one of them. They come in various colors to choose from and can have your FAMILY NAME, an “ IN MEMORY OF” to remember a loved one, even from GRANDMA & GRANDPA TO THEIR GRANDCHILD. These plaques will remain on the wall each year. As the years go by, the many plaques that have graced our wall will be a lasting reminder of the many families who were a part of our family oriented little league.
Once again, the money raised goes directly to SWSLL , which will benefit all members of our league.
Board Of Directors
Sayre Woods South Little League
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