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Little Leaguer - 75th Anniversary Edition - March

March | LittleLeagueBigLegacy.com

Charles Fazzino Comes to Williamsport

Through the support of the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania, nationally-celebrated pop artist, Charles Fazzino, held a series of workshops for students and teachers from Lycoming and Sullivan Counties in
Pa., to work on the official artwork for the 75th Anniversary of Little League®.
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Share Your Favorite Memory with the Little League® Big Legacy Project

Become a part of the 75th Anniversary photo mosaic. Upload your Little League® moments to the Little League Big Legacy Project. For every photo uploaded, Little League will donate $1 to Pitch In For Baseball, a non-profit organization that helps provide equipment to local baseball and softball programs in need.
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This Moment in History: The 1950s
In the 1950s, the first local Little League® programs outside of the U.S. were organized, a team outside the U.S. won the Little League Baseball World Series for the first time and President Eisenhower proclaimed the second week in June as National Little League week. Learn more in the Interactive Timeline.
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Join the Celebration!
The 75th Anniversary of Little League® will be celebrated through a lot of initiatives, but the most important way to honor our Diamond Anniversary is celebrating with all our local leagues around the world. Learn more about how you can join in on the 75th Anniversary Celebration with our Celebration Guide.
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Little League® Memories

Kevin Costner said that: “Little League® was such a huge part of my life. As a kid and as a father, the memories are, in fact, so thick that I have to brush them away from my face. Thank God for Little League and how it’s managed itself.” Read more testimonials from Little League graduates on LittleLeagueBigLegacy.com.
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From the Little Leaguer® Archive

Little League® games feature great on-field action and sportsmanship. They also feature the Little League Pledge. In 1954, Peter J. McGovern, Little League President, wrote the pledge, which appeared for the first time on the February 1955 cover of the Little Leaguer® magazine. Here is that cover.
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