All Star Application Process
LOWER ROTARY FIELD
Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110
Saturday, 4/12 from 9:30AM - 11:00AM
Please join us at our yearly celebration at the start of the season for the parade of teams, to welcome our youngest players and to celebrate our graduating 12 year olds. (A special note for 12 year olds... stop by the Olympic Photo Tent for your official photo for the newspaper as soon as you arrive to the field.)
Parents and players are asked to arrive at Rotary Park between 9:00 to 9:15AM. Players will gather on Lower Rotary Field at their team banner where their coaches will greet them. Parents of our youngest players are encouraged to escort their children onto the field and they may want to stay with their children during the event.
SARAH BARNES SARAH.BARNES@BILITTLELEAGUE.ORG
SARAH NICHOLSON firstname.lastname@example.org
CHRIS REILLY CREILLY@NICOLLBLACK.COM
KATIE KRUMME SOFTBALL.AGENT@BILITTLELEAGUE.ORG
Registration: Registration continues to be open and we encourage you to sign up now!
Volunteers: Please keep in mind that BILL is an all-volunteer league. When you register your player, don't forget to note volunteer roles for yourself and your spouse, partner or co-parent. This year's board has some very important positions that remain open. We are seeking a Fundraising Coordinator, a Tee Ball Coordinator and a Volunteer Coordinator.
Pass the Word: Is there a family in your neighborhood that's new to Bainbridge? Do you have friends or family that might not be on BILL's mailing list? Please feel free to forward this notice or any other BILL mailings.
Interested in helping out this season?
Wondering what you might want to do?
BILL is an all-volunteer organization that cannot provide Little League programs to our kids without the generous donation of time and effort from each one of us. Can't find the time to be a coach, think about helping out to carpool kids to games or practice every once in a while. Don't think you're up to umpiring, consider bringing snacks and refreshements so that the Team Parent gets a day off. Big or small, there's always something that you can do that will be greatly appreciated by someone.
The list below describes the many ways you can donate time to Little League and, more importantly, to the kids who play. Please take a moment to review the list. During the registration process you will have a chance to indicate your volunteering preference.
Please be generous with your time. Remember...it's about the kids!
Manager - A role-model who inspires, teaches, develops, and motivates the players on the team. The Manager is responsible for organizing practices, pre-game preparation, and game-time strategy. The Manager at all times shall conduct himself in accordance with the requirements of Little League rules and policies and shall set and communicate appropriate standards of behavior, attitude, and demeanor for players, coaches, parents, and fans.
Coach – Also a role-model who assists the manager during both practices and games helping with instruction, strategy, and team management. Maximum 2 per team.
Practice Coach –Assists the manager during practice by providing skills development.
Umpire - Acts as an official judge and rules arbiter during the play of a game. Umpires are not needed for T-ball, Rookie, A baseball or Minor's softball divisions.
Team Parent- Liaison between the Manager and other parents on all team matters of the team and who works to assure that other parents contribute volunteer effort as might be needed.
Team Snack Shack Coordinator– Specifically coordinates the team's volunteer schedule for service in the Snack Shack.
Field Prep Crew- Assists in preparing fields before games and clean-up after games. (4 game minimum)
Scorekeeper - Record team statistics in the official score book, including pitch-count, outs, strikes/balls, runs, etc. Score not kept for T-ball, Rookie, “A” baseball or Minor softball divisions. (4 game minimum)
Team Battle of the Ballfields Coordinator - Coordinates the team's volunteer schedule for the Battle of the Ballfields and is the team's contact to the League's Battle of the Ballfields Coordinator.
Committee Participation- Committee work can be very rewarding as it provides participating members opportunities to positively impact the operation of the league. Committees open for participation are Nominating Committee, Membership Committee, Grounds/Building/Property Committee, Umpire Committee and the Auxiliary/Fundraising Committee. A very important and new committee for the upcoming season is the League Advisory Committee. More information on the work of these committees can be found on BILL's website.
As Needed: Will Volunteer in any capacity that the League deems necessary. May include snack shack volunteer, "Battle of the Ballfields" help, etc.
If you are already know how you would like to help, please complete a volunteer application and email it to email@example.com mail the completed application to
Bainbridge Island Little League
Ace Hardware Donates $100 for Hitting Target!
On Saturday April 13, Majors Mariner player Liam Hatakenaka stroked a line-drive home run that nailed the "hit it here" target on the Ace Hardware sign on lower Rotary field. As has been the Ace Hardware policy since 2004, the family of the player that hits the target gets a $100 gift card to the Bainbridge Island Ace Hardware store.
Bainbridge Island Little League thanks Steve and Becky Mikami for their gracious and long term support of our league.