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MAIL TO: PO Box 2036
Napa, California
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Friday, October 12
2008 Sign Up Flyer

Remaining sign up dates:

Sat. Nov 17th 2007, 10 am – 3 pm, at Garfield Park

Sat. Dec 8th 2007, 10 am – 3 pm, at Garfield Park

(No mail-in registrations will be accepted)



Wednesday, November 7
Advanced Hitting Clinic with Ali Cepeda - Ages 13-18 - Nov 17th

Handout: Advanced Hitting

Tuesday, October 16
Sign Up Forms for the Spring 2008 Season

Handout: 2008 Registration Packet

Tuesday, October 16
2008 Age Chart / Proof of Residency Information

Handout: Proof of Age / Residency Information

Friday, October 12
Spring 2008 Tryout Information


Tuesday, October 2
2008 Pitching Regulations

LL has announced the 2008 Pitching Regulations.  Changes/updates are in red.

Tuesday, September 25
Jason Erickson Fundraiser

Jason Erickson managed the Cubs Rookie Napa Little League team in Spring of 2007. He was a big help to this league as we were short on Rookie Managers and even though he knew about his diagnosis, he volunteered his time and energy to take on a team. Please see message below, Jason and his family can use your support.

Jason Erickson Web Site 

Jason Erickson has brain cancer and needs our help.  In March of 2000, while on a family trip to Lake Tahoe, Jason suffered a grand mal seizure and within hours was diagnosed with a brain tumor.  Six weeks later he underwent surgery to remove as much of the tumor as possible.  He was back to work within five weeks, continued his schooling and graduated from UC Davis in 2005.  Things were looking good.  This past December Jason was diagnosed with tumor re-growth, a devastating blow to his family.  The tumor is now inoperable and radiation is a last choice, as it will bring on early dementia and memory loss.  Oral chemotherapy has been part of his treatment for the past six months, with no change to the tumor size.  His wife, Charlene, has become a research expert and the prognosis for Jason’s tumor is 4-10 years. Jason is on year 7.

Jason has a great job and his medical insurance is covering much of his treatment, but even the best insurance limits options.  Charlene is researching other options for him – options with travel and care that will not be covered by insurance.  We don’t want to wait until Jason is critical to explore these options for him.  He needs to act now.  Will you help?



Friday, August 24
Old Web Site

We are beginning the process of transitioning to a new web person.  It will take some time to get the new site setup.  Until then, you can use the above link to access the old site for any information not yet on this site.  Updates from August 24 on will only be posted on this site.

PARKING ISSUES

If you have to park outside the Garfield Park property, park legally (parallel to a curb) and not in ANY dirt area. The dirt area across the street from the park is private property. If parking continues to be an issue, games will not be started (or continued) until the offending vehicles are moved.

What can you do?

1. Park appropriately.

2. Realize that cooperating with the neighbors goes a long way towards ensuring the future of Garfield Park.

3. If you see vehicles parked inappropriately (blocking a driveway for instance) let a board member know.



   
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