Lehigh Valley Legion: Welcome

Tuesday, December 6
Next Lehigh Valley Legion Baseball League Meeting

The next meeting of the Lehigh Valley Legion Baseball League has been scheduled for Wednesday, December 14th, at 7:30 PM, at Parkland High School, Room A128.

The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

  1. Update on North Parkland Request for Boundary Change
  2. Summary of Region 2 Presidents Meeting
  3. 2017 All Star and Showcase Updates
  4. Update on Umpire Assignor for 2017
  5. League Format Options for 2017
  6. Proposed Rule Changes for 2017
  7. Budget and Fees for 2017
  8. Election of Officers for 2017
  9. Any Other New Business


Tuesday, December 6
READING PHILLIES, LEHIGH VALLEY AND SCHUYLKILL-BERKS LEAGUES DONATE TO LEBANON VA MEDICAL CENTER

The Schuylkill-Berks and Lehigh Valley baseball leagues have again donated the proceeds from their annual All Star game to the Lebanon VA Medical Center. Combining their donation with the donation from the game host, the Reading Fightin' Phils, the Medical Center will receive $1,000 to be used for the needs of its patients. Since the inception of the All Star game in 2011, over $6400 have been donated to the Lebanon VA Medical Center from the proceeds of these games.

According to Jeremy Fees, Chief of Voluntary Services, the Medical Center will use the money for their Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Program.  The mission of the HCHV program is to provide outreach services and case management to Veterans. Services are provided to Veterans with housing problems, homelessness, or who are involved in the legal system. HCHV meets homeless Veterans through outreach and referrals from other VA Medical Centers, community providers, and legal system agencies. They connect Veterans to a variety of services that can help them make positive life changes. The HCHV Program provides outreach, connects Veterans to medical and mental health care, housing assistance, treatment referrals and case management. HCHV Staff want to help Veterans to make the changes they want in their lives.

The GOALS of the program are:

To return the Veteran to their highest level of functioning

To allow the Veteran to live a life free from addiction

To improve the Veteran’s physical and mental health

To start an income through employment or benefits

To return to housing that is not expensive  

Their emergency number is 1-877-4AID-VET 



Saturday, October 22
Cichocki, Sanchez Win Player and Pitcher of the Year Awards

Emmaus' Eric Cichocki and West Allentown's Misael Sanchez have won Player and Pitcher of the Year, respectively, ...

Friday, July 15
Final Regular Season Batting and Pitching Leaders in the LVLBL
Batting Leaders
	
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