We are happy to let you know we will be walking as a group in the 2015 Colors of Freedom Fourth of July Parade. If you would like to join us, please complete this form and return it to us by July 2nd. For additional information on the rules of this years parade, just click here. We will be meeting up in our assigned location, and that location has yet to be assigned to us. As soon as we get it, we will have it posted. Last year, it was on 24th and Wetmore by Everett High School.
EvLL Announces the Summer Sandlot Games Camp
Run by Baseball Positive
June 22-25, 9:00am – 12:00pm at Evergreen Middle School
Looking for a fun, local opportunity to help your child develop their baseball skills this summer and have a great time as well? Mark Linden and Baseball Positive, who have worked with both North and South Everett Little Leagues to help develop coaches and players, are joining with Everett Little League to put on a fun and informative camp for EvLL players.
Kids want to PLAY baseball and that’s what they get at the Games Camp - the central focus of the camp is playing games. Drills and hands-on instruction are woven into the game activities.
Comprehensive batting, throwing and fielding mechanics as well as coordinated team play are taught over the course of the week. Additional instruction is provided based on occurrences in the games. The kids learn through their PLAY!
Three age groups: 6-7, 8-9 and 10-12.
Space is Limited - Sign up Today!
$107, ages 6-7
$137, ages 8-12
***Use EvLL promo code 936EAL when registering***
Complete info and registration:http://www.diysports.com/baseballpositive/
(Additional camps are available throughout the summer; the EvLL promo code is good for all camps.)
In 1938, a small group of dedicated adults started meeting with Carl Stotz to talk about bringing youth baseball to their community in Williamsport, Pa. Those dedicated volunteers did everything – from finding sponsors to recruiting players to drafting the rules of the organization that would become Little League®.
Since the first Little League game was played on June 6, 1939, volunteers have been the heartbeat of the organization. From that small group of dedicated men and women in central Pennsylvania to the more than 1 million adults dedicated their time, efforts, and talents in more than 80 countries around the world, Little League’s volunteers are some of the best in the world.
In honor of National Volunteer Week, Stephen D. Keener, Little League President and CEO, has a special message for all Little League volunteers. And whether you’re a District Administrator or concession stand manager; team manager or team mom; League President or umpire, Little League International thanks you for your dedicated service.
Everett Little League
PO Box 12946
Everett, WA 98206
(425) 258-3149 or (425) 355-0112