Little League World Series Umpire Alumni International: Alumni News

Wednesday, August 12
GENETTI TO HOST LLWSUAI MEMBERS IN NEW HOSPITALITY ROOM
Genetti Hotel

Starting with the 2010 Little League World Series, the LLWSUAI will have a Hospitality room at the Genetti Hotel and Suites in Williamsport for all Alumni members, current World Series umpires and friends. To view pictures of the construction, click here

Begun in May, 2010 the Genetti remodeled the Washington room with funding that was provided by the LLWSUAI and renamed it the LLWSUAI room. This room will serve as our home for all future World Series in Williamsport as well as our annual meeting. 

The Hospitality Committee will also host members and all guests during World Series Week beginning at 7:00pm every night, with complimentary food and beverages for everyone.  THE HOSPITALITY ROOM WILL BE OPEN FOR THE 2015 WORLD SERIES BEGNNING AUGUST 21ST AND CONTINUE TO BE OPEN UNTIL AUGUST 28TH! Please join us in watching games on our LLWSUAI Room on the 2nd Floof with large screen TVs and umpire friends.  here is our menu:

August 21- Tossed Salad, Roast Beef, gravy, mashed pot

August 22- Tossed Salad, make your own sub, ham, turkey, sub rolls shred let, tom onion mayo, mustard

August 23- Tossed Salad, Chick Parm, ziti marinara, garlic bread

August 24- Tossed Salad, pork chops, roasted pot, sauerkraut, apple sauce

August 25- Tossed Salad, deli platter

August 26- Tossed Salad, BBQ smoked pulled pork, FF, Kaiser rolls

August 27- Tossed Salad, Buffalo cordon bleu bites, mac and cheese

August 28- Tossed Salad, stuffed Chix, mashed pot, corn  

 The Hospiality committee headed by Greg Roberts worked very passionately to see this project through and you will be able to see those results starting with the 2010 Little League World Series. The hospitality committee is worked hard to have a luncheon on Wednesday, August 26, 2015. Please join us if you can.


Wednesday, August 12
LLWSUAI ANNUAL MEETING

The annual meeting will take place on Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 10:30am in the new LLWSUAI room at the Genetti Hotel. The Board of Directors will meet at 9:00 am.   The luncheon will follow at 11:30 am in the LLWSUAI room.The cost of the meal is $20.  Your meal includes: Caesar salad, Fruit salad, fried chicken, ham w/fruit sauce, mashed potatoes, broccoli, and apple pie.  This year's guest speaker is: TBD.    If you have any questions please contact: Mark McGill: mlmcgill1@verizon.net or Rick Dotellis: pdottellis@sc.rr.com   or Dave Stoker: dstoker5@hotmail.com  or Chris Thomas: Butterpsu95@aol.com



LLWSUAI and LL Urban Initiative Combine Forces!
For immediate Release!                                                August 25, 2004

Little League Urban Initiative and Little League World Series
Umpires Alumni International to Create Umpire Scholarship.

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (Aug. 25, 2004) – Little League World Series Umpire Alumni International, in conjunction with the Little League Urban Initiative, will establish a scholarship program designed to provide education and training to Little League Baseball and Softball umpires from Urban Initiative programs.

The umpires awarded scholarships will attend a Little League training clinic in their region at no expense to them other than those incurred for travel. Each region will receive an equal amount of scholarships.

“The Urban Initiative is a great place for Little League World Series Umpires Alumni International to continue its mission,” said Barry Rake, president of the LLWSUAI. “There is no question that leagues continue to face challenges in the training of dedicated and qualified volunteer umpires. So, as long as we as an association can be proactive, and create a climate where umpires can go to clinics to better their skills, I think that will help umpiring tremendously.”

The scholarship will total $3,000 with the LLWSUAI contributing, $1,500 and the Little League Urban Initiative contributing $1,500. David James, director of the Little League Urban Initiative will oversee the scholarship program.

“This scholarship will help grow the volunteer base for Urban Initiative leagues,” said Mr. James. “The number of active adult volunteers in a league directly affects the number of children that participate in a particular league, and this scholarship will enable Little League to serve more adult volunteers, namely umpires, and give more children the opportunity to play.”

Little League Baseball and Softball is the world’s largest organized youth sports program, with nearly 2.7 million players and 1 million adult volunteers in every U.S. state and scores of other countries.


For more information contact: Christopher D. Downs, Media Relations Manager (570-326-1921, ex. 238; Cell: (570) 337-2511); Media E-mail: cdowns@littleleague.org or Lance Van Auken, Senior Communications Executive (Cell: 570-971-2989); WEB Site: http://www.littleleague.org