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Little League® Notebook - April


New Rules, Regulations Approved at the 26th Little League® International Congress
The International Congress in Minneapolis concluded earlier this month. After reviewing the agenda and discussing amendments, more than 450 delegates cast their votes. A total of 14 items were approved for inclusion in Little League’s rules and regulations. Consider how these changes may affect your league.
Voting results, rule changes and implementations
To Be Successful as a League President, You Must Be Willing to Ask Others to Volunteer

Scott Latta has been President of Coon Rapids National Little League in Minnesota for 10 years. The league has 22 volunteer members on its Board of Directors and the average tenure is five years. Mr. Latta credits a willingness to ask for help and delegate responsibility as reasons why the league has become a cornerstone of their community.   Click here to read more
Positive Coaching Alliance Offers Tips on How to Build a Healthy Coach-Parent Relationship

Having a good relationship between parents and coaches directly impacts the player experience. Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) has developed a pair of new, free quick-courses for coaches and parents and has provided some tips to help build a healthy rapport. Check out these quick courses, and explore the full courses and other resources at postivecoach.org.   Click here to read more
Derby Little League’s Ken Marcucio, Sr., Honored for 40 Years as League President
Derby Little League (DLL) in Connecticut recently renamed its field complex in honor of Ken Marcucio, Sr., who, this year, celebrates his 40th anniversary as the league’s President. Read Ken’s story as it was published in the New Haven Independent Sentinel.   Click here to read more
League Bulletin Board: News and Notes for the Quorum
Little League® and WeatherBug have teamed up to develop an application for mobile devices that provides real-time weather, severe weather alerts, and personalized lightning detection. Check out how it works. Also on this month’s Bulletin Board, take note of the ASAP Information and the deadline for submitting tournament eligibility waivers.   Click here to read more
Join in the Big Legacy Project: Share Your League’s Special Memories and Help Support Leagues in Need

Every local league has special memories and now is a great time to share them! Through LittleLeagueBigLegacy.com, every memory uploaded will equal, $1, up to $50,000, that will be donated to Pitch In For Baseball, a non-profit organization that helps provide equipment to local baseball and softball programs in need. Be a part of Little League’s 75th Anniversary celebration and share your memories today.   Click here to read more
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