Maryland District 7: Welcome

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Friday, February 28
MARYLAND DISTRICT 7 LITTLE LEAGUES

                                        Little League Public Service Announcement

Regarding Registrations For The 2014 Little League Season

Players must reside in a league's boundary area or attend a school that is located in that boundary area to be covered by insurance and to be eligible for tournament play. They must also be listed under the home league's ID on the Little League Data Center. There are no exceptions. For further information, visit our Parents Page on this web site or contact mddistrict7@verizon.net.


One of the principle goals of Little League Baseball and Softball as well as Maryland District 7 is to provide a place for all children who wish to participate.  

If your child has been turned down by a local league for any reason or placed on a waiting list, please contact Maryland District 7 mddistrict7@verizon.net and we will make every attempt to find a way for your child to participate in this upcoming season.

*MANAGERS-COACHES- LEAGUE OFFICERS*

IMPORTANT RULE CHANGES FROM 2014 LITTLE LEAGUE CONGRESS CAN BE FOUND IN OUR HANDOUTS SECTION

MARYLAND DISTRICT 7  We are comprised of 10 local leagues serving Anne Arundel,Calvert, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s and and Montgomery Counties. The following is a list of our chartered member leagues with active web sites.

  Use the DISTRICT 7 GOOGLE MAP to find your local league

BADEN AQUASCO LITTLE LEAGUE 

BETHESDA LITTLE LEAGUE

FORT WASHINGTON LITTLE LEAGUE

CALVERT AMERICAN LITTLE LEAGUE

HUGHESVILLE BASEBALL & SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION

NORTHERN CALVERT LITTLE LEAGUE

POTOMAC RIVER LITTLE LEAGUE

ST. MARY’S AMERICAN LITTLE LEAGUE

 ST. MARY’S NATIONAL LITTLE LEAGUE

WALDORF LITTLE LEAGUE

      

 

  For more information on registrations, tryouts, fees or to volunteer, please contact your local league   

 

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                                                                       "I trust in God.
                                        I love my country and will respect its laws.
                                                 I will play fair and strive to win.
                                        But win or lose I will always do my best." 

 



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Tuesday, January 14
WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW





REM1-2014
Thursday, April 17
REMALIA BENEFIT AT BUFFALO WILD WINGS



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One of our District 7 Little League families, the Remalia's, have  suffered a terrible loss.

An early-morning fire April 14 destroyed their single-family home on Henry Court in Waldorf. The accidental fire started on the rear deck on the house. They were all able to escape, but the home was completely destroyed-They lost everything.

There will be a fundraiser for the family at Buffalo Wild Wings, St. Charles Town Center Mall, 11215 Mall Circle, Waldorf, MD. on Friday, April 18th at 11:00 AM

Download the flyer in the handouts, print it out and present to your server or copy and print the ticket from this page.

I hope to see a lot of you there.

 



2014 3-19
Monday, March 31
PROPOSED 2014 TOURNAMENT DATES

Tournaments are dependent on field/host availability and State requirements.

All start dates are subject to change.

Tournament Locations

 CLICK HERE FOR LOCATIONS OF 2014 TOURNAMENTS IN MARYLAND 7

 

 



Wednesday, March 26
The Martin Richard Foundation



Grafton Little League 

Grafton, Mass. www.graftonlittleleague.org.

 

With a new Spring season getting underway soon, we are attempting to raise $50,000 for the Martin Richard Foundation. I’m rallying support from other Little League’s across Maryland. Would you please consider sending this email to other communities in District 7?

 

Martin Richard was the 8 year old boy from Dorchester, MA killed last year in the Boston Marathon bombings. Martin played for Savin Hill Little League and he loved baseball. His sister Jane lost a leg in the bombings, his mom Denise suffered severe hearing and sight loss and Martin’s dad suffered injuries to his legs and hearing loss. In January, 2014, the Richard family launched ‘The Martin Richard Foundation’ to honor Martin’s memory and to support athletic, educational and community endeavors. Personally, I am running the marathon this year to honor Martin and his family. My youngest son was the same age as Martin and we had 40 boys playing in GLL last year the same age as Martin. The tragedy struck a nerve with me and many others involved in Little League Baseball. You see, Grafton is only 45 miles away from Dorchester. The Boston Marathon is a big deal for the locals. We all have either run the marathon, know someone who ran it or have cheered on runners as innocent spectators. The Richard’s family were innocent spectators before their lives changed forever. It is why I’m doing what I can to help the family. I’m hoping your Little League’s in Maryland will get involved to help as well.

 

Grafton Little League is asking other Little League’s to help in 3 ways.

 

1.            Hold a moment of silence for Martin Richard at your Opening Day Parade. Then pass the hat at the parade asking parents and supporters to support the Martin Richard Foundation. Contact Bill Keeler, Grafton Little League President at 508 414-7755 with questions.

2.            Post a message on your league website pointing parents and supporters of your Little League to contribute a donation to the ‘YouGiving’ website that Grafton Little League has set up. We’re on our way with more than $14,500 already raised. http://www.youcaring.com/memorial-fundraiser/grafton-little-league-organizes-martin-richard-fundraiser/152379

3.            Send an email to your league database asking parents to support your league’s effort to help raise monies for The Martin Richard Foundation. Use the link above in your communications. For those parents not wanting to make an online donation, checks can be written to: The Martin W Richard Foundation. Mail them to: c/o Grafton Little League, PO Box 471, North Grafton, MA 01536.

 

 

Little League International is supporting this fundraising effort and they wrote an article on the endeavor.

 

http://www.littleleague.org/media/llnewsarchive/2014/January-April/Grafton_Little_League_Rallying_to_Support_the_Family_of_Boston_Marathon_Bombing_Victim__and_Little_Leaguer__Martin_Richard.htm

 

https://vimeo.com/88994057

 

Don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions and I hope your league will stand with Grafton Little League in raising monies in memory of Martin Richard.

 

Kind regards,

Bill

 

Bill Keeler

President

Grafton Little League

Grafton, Mass.

508 414-7755



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