East Norriton Little League: News: ENLL WEEKLY UPDATE - February 21, 2017

Tuesday, February 21
ENLL WEEKLY UPDATE - February 21, 2017



ENLL kicked off its Winter Clinic on February 18 and then kept the weekend rolling by grading nearly 100 Little Leaguers on Sunday for the upcoming season. It was a rush to see so many youngsters already wearing their game faces and putting their best foot forward – and ENLL wants more!
  1. Click the "REGISTER HERE" button on the Home page to sign up for spring baseball today!
  2. Please don’t forget to claim your $75 refund through ENLL’s Sponsor Referral Program. The new sponsor must be at a Sign Sponsor level ($400) or above and once ENLL Treasurer Debbie Smith confirms receipt of payment in full, your refund will be processed for 75 bucks! Limit one refund per family; no limit on the number of new sponsors you can bring. Advertise your business…contact your employer…reach out to friends!!!
  3. Speaking of generous sponsors, DICK’S Sporting Goods (Plymouth Meeting) is hosting two ENLL Appreciation Days, on March 4 and March 5, where all of ENLL’s members will get 20% OFF THROUGHOUT THE STORE! You must print & present the flyer - https://goo.gl/jqYTiK - or show it to the cashier on your smartphone so that the barcode can be scanned. Happy Shopping, ENLL!
  4. The Opening Day Committee will be collecting donations for its raffle baskets at all of the Winter Clinics. Please visit the 2017 Opening Day tab above for complete details.
  5. Donations for ENLL’s Used Equipment Sale can also be dropped off at any of the Winter Clinic sessions.
  6. The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be TONIGHT at 7pm at Facenda Whitaker where head coaches for the 2017 season will be elected (postponed at February 7 meeting). Improving the level of leadership in this vital area is a continuing effort and you are encouraged to be part of it by either volunteering or referring someone. Anyone interested in being a coach should contact ENLL President Mark McIlvaine and be willing to undergo a screening process that includes a mandatory background check required by Little League.

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