Ridgewood-Glendale-Middle Village-Maspeth LL: Welcome
|RGMVM Queens, NY|
|Seither Field Home Of The Ridgewood-Glendale- Middle Village-Maspeth LL|
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Ridgewood-Glendale-Middle Village-Maspeth Little League Queens Oldest Little League Charted In 1952"
Seither Stadium is the home of the Ridgewood-Glendale-Middle Village-Maspeth Little League and is located at 78th Ave. & Woodhaven Blvd. in Glendale Queens.
There are three playing fields used for Boys Baseball and Girls Softball. There are two regular Little League fields and one Instructional / Rookie field. All Senior and Travel team games are played at Juniper Valley Park and Victory Field. There are over 600 players and 40 teams that range in ages 5-18.
Additional information concerning the league can be obtained by navigating and clicking the tabs on the left. The e-mail address for the league is email@example.com The field telephone number is 718 846-9043. The Clubhouse telephone number is 718 821-4487. The Clubhouse address is 80-17 78th ave. Glendale 11385. Use this address: 78-11 Woodhaven Blvd, Flushing NY 11385 in google maps for field driving directions.
The President is Pat Piteo and the Vice President is Mike Rizzo. Additional information on League Board Members can be obtained by clicking the Board Of Directors tab on the left. Enjoy the site and visit us often !!!
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Dear RGMVM Little League Parent,
The registration fee for the 2018 season is as follows: Age Divisions: 5-14 $180.00 for the first child. The registration fee includes $75.00 in raffle tickets. For the second player ages 5-14 in the same immediate family the cost is an additional $100 which includes another $75.00 in raffles. Any additional child will be $50.00. Age Division: 15-16 $230.00 with $100.00 in raffles.
The registration fee includes the cost for the uniform shirt and cap. The gray uniform pants are not included and must be purchased separately. The gray uniform pants are a league rule for the 9-12-year-old divisions, and all players are required to wear them. All new players to the league should reside in the RGMVM LL boundaries of Zip Codes. 11227, 11385, 11379, and 11378.
All league volunteers (managers, coaches, umpires, board members, etc.) will again be screened with a background check. This background check is mandatory and required by Little League Baseball.
FRIDAY JANUARY 26, 7 PM - 9 PM
SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 10 AM - 2 PM
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 7 PM - 9 PM
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3, 10 AM - 2 PM
*NOTE: PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT FAILURE TO REGISTER ON THE ABOVE DATES WILL RESULT IN YOUR CHILD / CHILDREN BEING PLACED ON A WAITING LIST. SHOULD YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL THE CLUBHOUSE AT 718 821-4487 ON THE ABOVE REGISTRATION DATES ONLY.
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Tuesday, April 1
The RGMVM Little League 2017 Team List
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Wednesday, January 11
Handout: RGMVM Boys And Girls Equipment Brochure
Thursday, July 30
Boy Scout organizes cleanup event for Glendale RGMVM fields
The Ridgewood-Glendale-Middle Village-Maspeth (RGMVM) Little League fields located at 78-11 Woodhaven Blvd. in Glendale got a much-needed cleanup over the weekend thanks to one Boy Scout’s efforts.
In order to become an Eagle Scout, the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), Steve Hansen had to complete a service project for the community. Hansen decided to give back to the little league baseball organization that he played for as a child, the RGMVM Little League.
“It was his idea to do RGMVM because he has played baseball down there since he was young and he wanted to give something back to the group that was so good to him,” said Steven Hansen Sr., Hansen’s father.
Hansen hoped to breathe new life into the fields over a three-day span from July 23 to July 25. The plan involved cleaning and repainting the fields’ six dugouts, painting lines in the batting cages, cleaning up garbage from the surrounding fields, installing bat racks into the dugouts, hanging a sign of the Little League Pledge, and refurbishing the parking lot by pulling weeds in the lot, cutting ivy off of the lot’s fencing and repainting the parking lot lines.
Hansen had to present his project plan and get it approved by both the RGMVM board and the BSA board. Once the project was approved, Hansen was tasked with raising funds for the project, purchasing and getting donations for the supplies needed, recruiting volunteers, and gathering food and beverages for the three-day event.
For the project, Hansen raised over $1,800 in donations from family, friends, neighbors and local organizations such as the Glendale Kiwanis Club.
Volunteers and contributors were current scouts, former scouts, friends and family. Over the course of the cleanup effort, Hansen recruited a total of 24 volunteers, who in total put in 143 man-hours of work.
By the end of the three days the project was nearly complete, with only the installation of the bat racks and the sign to be completed once they arrive.
“This has been a great learning experience. Scouting has been a big part of our family’s life,” said Kerrie Hansen, Steve Hansen’s mother. “We are thrilled Steven has embraced this project with hard work, determination and persistence that he displayed. Eagle Scout projects like this have to have a huge influence on shaping a young man’s life. It is probably one of the most difficult things they ever tackled.”
Thursday, April 10
|A Message from the Chairman|
At Little League International, every week is National Volunteer Week. The world joins us in thanking volunteers, though, from April 6 to 12, 2014. This year is a special one for Little League. As you know, 2014 is Little League’s Diamond Anniversary. For 75 years, the passion of Little League volunteers has brought the Little League experience to millions of children in thousands of communities in hundreds of countries.
A lot has changed over 75 years, but Little League is relevant as ever. The lessons of teamwork, dedication and hard work, and the importance of community togetherness will always be valued. And it’s the volunteers like you who instill these tenants of Little League in players, parents and fellow volunteers day in and day out.
We hope that you take the time to share in this year’s 75th Anniversary celebration by sharing your memories with the Little League Big Legacy Project. This digital mosaic will help bring thousands of great Little League moments together, while supporting Pitch In For Baseball, and helping more children around the world make new Little League memories.
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As always, we sincerely thank you for all of your time, work and dedication to the Little League program. We wish you the best of luck this season, and we hope you join us in celebrating Little League’s Diamond Anniversary.
Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour
Chairman of the Little League International Board of Directors
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|Carlos With The Gabby Clinic Kids|
|Carlos WIth The Kids|
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Yankee superstar Carols Beltran made a surprise visit to RGMVM Little League. Carlos is a close friend with hitting coach Gabby Martinez. Gabby was giving a clinic down at Seither Stadium. Gabby and Carlos spend over 2 hours giving the kids a hitting and fielding clinic.
Then Carlos signed autographs for all the kids. Carols also took batting practice of his own and did long toss with coach Gabby. Gabby Martinez and Greg Modica are doing baseball clinics every Saturday in October at RGMVM Seither Stadium..
For more information you can call Gabby Martinez at 347-749-9968, 347-840-2932.
|Carols Doing Long Toss|
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