PO Box 33005
Shoreline, WA 98133
The 2014 Spring Season is Underway!
Richmond Little League Players and Families: It is time to volunteer for, what will be, an exciting 2014 Spring Season of Little League baseball!
The following positions are still open on our RLL Board, if you're interested in helping out your league:
VP of Softball
Important change for the 2014 Spring Season:
Please note that all teams that are Coach pitch and above will be required to submit the name of one umpire volunteer for every game. Team umpire volunteer names will need to be submitted before league equipment is issued and practice times / fields are assigned. Please see the dates below for rules clinics. Umpire field mechanics training dates are listed below.
Some Important dates:
Our next RLL Board Meeting will be held on Monday, March 3rd at 8:15 p.m. at the Shoreline YMCA
Rules clinics: March 10th, 12th, 13th from 5:45 p.m. to 9 p.m. - Shorewood high-school cafeteria
Fence Raising will be on Saturday, March 22nd - meet at the Rec Center
Small Ball clinic at Shoreview on Saturday, March 22nd
Umpire Field Mechanics Training: Loyal Heights - Saturday, March 22nd
60' - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
90' - 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The AquaSox Little League Game will be on June 14th
The Jamboree Event (Pictures / Fun Raiser / Fun!) will be on May 3rd!
The Mariner's Little League days are:
May 11th against the Kansas City Royals
May 25th against the Houston Astros
June 1st against the Detroit Tigers
June 15th against the Texas Rangers
How to Volunteer - It's Easy! Feel free to reach out to any of our league contacts or board members. You can help out a little, or a lot. There are lots of ways to help out the kids.
Please be sure to read the important message below from our President. Thanks!
President's Letter to Richmond Little League Members
Dear Richmond Little League Families and Volunteers,
First, I would like to take an opportunity to thank all of the volunteers, players, umpires, and members. I have thoroughly enjoyed watching the children learn and play the diamond sports and look forward to an even better year in 2014. As a league, we saw success on many levels. For the first time since I have been involved in the league (this will be my seventh season) not just one but both of our Minor and Major's divisions needed two games to complete the year end tournament. I believe that this speaks volumes about the parity and fairness we have in the divisions. I was also very pleased watching the younger kids and give much praise to the coaches and managers of the Kid, Coach and T-Ball divisions. The games I saw were well organized with the kids having fun and learning in a safe environment. Each year at the end of the season, the League assembles All Star teams which represent Richmond in local tournaments. This year at the 90' level Richmond Little League won both the Junior and Senior District 8 tournaments. Both teams then participated in the state tournament. You, as a community, should be commended on the young men that you have sent to represent us. Win or lose, they held themselves above reproach, displaying good sportsmanship and respect for the game. In 2013-2014, I hope that the players of Richmond Little League will continue to prove what a great community Shoreline is to live in.
To help in that matter, Richmond Little League held its General Assembly meeting on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 at the Shoreline Conference Center. The board recommended and elected to keep the registration fees the same as last year. If you would like to review the registration fees they can be found on the Richmond Little League website (http://www.richmondlittleleague.com) under registration tab.
As many of you know our organization is a volunteer organization. The more parents involved the better the experience for all of the players. If you would like to learn more about how your particular talents may be helpful please attend this or future meetings to learn about the different opportunities available. This year we are fortunate that the majority of board members are returning but this may not be the case in the future. Now would be a good time to start recruiting new board members so that they may be taught the different positions as veteran members transition out of the League. If you're interested in volunteering to help out your league, please contact me via email at RLLPresident@richmondlittleleague.com.
Thank you for all your support,
John Lynch, President
Richmond Little League
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VOLUNTEERS are what make Richmond Little League run. All people who are looking to make a difference in their community and league please respond by e-mail to: rllVolunteers@richmondlittleleague.com
RAIN-OUT: - For rainout information, team coaches and/or managers will contact players. You can also call the Shoreline Parks Department hotline (206) 801-2662.
Thank you for your interest in Richmond Little LeagueQuestions? Visit the "contact us" link to locate the RLL Volunteer who can best help you.
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