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Little League® Notebook - March


Democracy, Little League® Style: Delegates from Around the World to Help Decide Program’s Direction for the Next Four Years
At the 26th International Congress in Minneapolis, Minn., from April 4-7, your District Administrator (or your designated alternate) will discuss the items on the Congress agenda and cast votes on behalf of your district. Here are the items your delegate has presented to you and what will be voting on at the Congress. The results will be available in April.
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Make Uploading Player Registration Data Easy with These Tips

The A Safety Awareness Plan (ASAP) deadline for uploading 2014 player registration information and Manager and Coach Data is April 1. Make the process easier for your volunteers by reviewing these frequently asked questions and follow the steps available through the Little League® Data Center.
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Ten Things to Consider When Building Your Regular Season Game Schedules

Creating a master game schedule for the regular season is something that gets done each year. However, as the calendar is filled with games, there are many things to consider including field space for games and practice, the number of teams, umpires and make-up dates for rain-outs, among others.
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Important Reminders on How to Use the Little League® Name
Little League's® registered marks, logos, names and characters, can assist your league with drawing attention and interest from members of the community. However, it is important to remember that local leagues cannot enter into agreements allowing the usage of Little League’s name or trademarks without first consulting with Little League International.
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League Bulletin Board: News and Notes for the Quorum
Little League’s 75th Anniversary is your anniversary, so throughout the regular season, consider how your league can include this year’s Diamond Celebration as part of your opening ceremonies and other events.
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