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DA Bulletin - February

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District Staff Bulletin - February 2010
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Coaches Clinics: A series of coaching clinics will be hosted at each of Little League's five regional centers in the United States. More information on how to register and attend any of these clinics can be found here: http://www.littleleague.org/managersandcoaches/coachingclinics.htm

Registration for "50-70" Pilot Program: More than 100 teams having already registered for the 50-70 Program. The pilot program is available to all Little Leagues worldwide for the 2010 season. The registration form can be found here: http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07e2o9u2b3g41rir96/a01e7g55g6k39/questions

2010 Congress Agenda - The 25th Little League International Congress will convene March 12-15 in Lexington, Ky. District Administrative staffs are advised to review the Congress Agenda and determine what the consensus is for their leagues. The Congress Agenda can be found here: http://www.littleleague.org/AssetFactory.aspx?vid=164794

Boundary Maps: Confirm all league boundary maps are current, accurate, and properly recorded for the 2010 season. A current and accurate map is one that is based on the boundaries as of April 23, 2007, or as noted on a map amended since that date. A league's map must be accepted by, and on file at, the Regional Headquarters to be considered "official."

Softball Special Games: Little League International has created a series of guidelines to help districts and leagues organize, coordinate and operate special games involving Little League Softball teams in all divisions of play. The guidelines can be found here: http://www.littleleague.org/Assets/forms_pubs/SpecialGamesGuidelines_Softball.pdf

Little League Coach Resource Center: The Little League Coach Resource Center authentication code will be e-mailed later this month. The code enables managers and coaches to create a FREE account at the Little League Coach Resource Center. When creating an account, Little League International will give a coupon for 25 percent off selected apparel items purchased from the Little League Store online. The coupon code will be seen on your registration "Thank You" screen.

Continuing Affiliation: Coordinate with leagues that have not yet chartered for 2010. If information or educational materials are needed, contact the Little League International League Development Department for assistance. To verify those leagues that have not chartered for this year, access the Little League Data Center, at: http://datacenter.activeteamsports.com/llb/index.jsp?

Chartering Teenage Divisions: Encouraging leagues to charter Junior, Senior and Big Leagues programs will extend opportunities to players beyond the Little League's Major Division. For more information on the Little League Teenage Divisions, contact Jamie Joy, at 570-326-1921, ext. 257; or jjoy@LittleLeague.org.

This District Staff Bulletin is sent monthly to District Administrators and Assistant District Administrators via e-mail.

Don't forget to check the front page of the Little League Internet site every Wednesday for the new Operations Tip of the Week. You can see an archive of the tips, at: http://www.littleleague.org/leagueofficers/Tips_Successful_League/2009-2010.htm