It's that time of the year where the Board Members get elected. Board Members are volunteers that dedicate their time and energy to making sure things get done so the players have a great experience in Little League. There are several positions that will be voted on and if you have been wanting to get more involved with Everett Little League and have the desire to give back, we would love to hear from you. Any and All interested persons should send an email to Bob Harns, our League President. We will be posting more information on the election positions soon. Elections will be on Tuesday, September 22nd at 7pm.
Fall Ball registration is closed on all but our Minors and Juniors Baseball. Registration for players is $50 each. To register, click the MEMBER LOGIN at the top right corner. Registration on this will be closing soon, so get it done now. Coaches, please be sure to get yourself registered too.
We did not get enough interested in the Intermediate level so those that did register for that, we moved up to play with the Juniors. This may seem like a big jump but it's what we've done for years prior to having an Intermediate level. Your players will get the coaching they need to play at this level and it wil still be fun. Due to the age requirements, we are not allowed to move players down but can move them up.
We also didn't get enough interest in Softball and those that did register have been refunded. If your daughter would like to play baseball, please go in and register them for that. We have made baseball a coed registration so both boys and girls can sign up.
Schedules couldn't be made until all leagues reported the number of teams they have. District will be making the schedule and will have it post to us as soon as they get it done. Games don't usually start until September.
Greg Leigh and Charles Smith are both Managing a Minors Team (2 teams) - Jody Brown is Managing Majors (1 team) - Shen Hus and Ryan Acklus are Managing Juniors (2 teams)
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