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DA Bulletin - November

District Staff Bulletin - November 2011

New Little League Data Center: The new Little League Data Center is up and running at: https://lldc.pointstreak.com/. Before the 2012 chartering process can be completed, leagues on "non-compliance" or regional "hold" lists must address the reason(s) for being placed in these lists. District staff should review the Little League Data Center and contact these leagues and provide any necessary assistance.

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Regional Roundtables: In the coming weeks, information will be made available through the Little League website and e-mail announcing details about the upcoming regional roundtables that will be conducted in the five U.S. Regions beginning in late-January and concluding in mid-March.

Charter Completion: All 2012 charter applications are currently being mailed. Follow up with the leagues in your district and offer any assistance necessary to fully and accurately complete the application forms.

Local League Charter Evaluation: Review the history of each of your leagues and determine which did not offer softball, Challenger or teenage divisions on 2011. This is the time to introduce these divisions to your leagues.

Little League Clinics and Road Shows: A listing of Little League clinics is available here: http://www.littleleague.org/leagueofficers/clinics.htm. If a Little League Road Show is scheduled in your area, promote that information to local leagues in the district. A list of scheduled Road Shows is available here: http://www.littleleague.org/districtadmins/roadshows.htm.

League Documentation: Confirm all league boundary maps are current and accurate, and adjustments to constitutions and league by-laws are properly recorded for the 2012 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, and that is accepted by and on file at the Regional Headquarters.

Officer Changes: District staffs are appointed annually and need to be updated via the Little League data center, at: https://lldc.pointstreak.com/. Also, instruct local leagues to follow the similar procedure by updating its officers through the data center.

2012 ASAP Information: The majority of the 2012 A Safety Awareness Program (ASAP) materials are currently available online at the Little League website. Find the information here:
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