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Little League® Notebook - February

Volume 2 | Issue 2 | February 2015 | Archive
New, FREE Coach Pitch and Tee Ball Programs Offer Leagues and Coaches Tools to Teach the Youngest Little Leaguers®
Two great, ready-to-use plans to help the youngest players and newest coaches learn the fundamentals and have great Little League seasons. Read more
Understanding Your League’s Finances
How the ASAP Program Can Help Make Your League Safer
Important Reminders: Background Checks, and more
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New Little League® Rulebook Apps For 2015:
Little League® Rulebooks are available for download on tablets and mobile devices for the 2015 season. Digital downloads of the Little League Baseball, Softball, and Challenger Rulebooks are accessible through Apple iTunes and the Android Marketplace and provide users with Little League rules at their fingertips. Click here for more info and to download!

Not Just Steroids Are Dangers to Today’s Youth
Millions of teens and today’s youth are using harmful substances like APEDs, HGH, anabolic steroids, and even dietary supplements, to give them a “look” that helps them fit in with the popular crowd. Little League Baseball® and Taylor Hooton Foundation have teamed up to create awareness of the dangers of these substances to not just athletes, but teens that are focused on body image and just being “cool”. This free online program provides a simple way for parents and coaches to educate themselves about the risks associated with these readily available supplements and help them get the conversation started in their own communities. Click here to Learn More about these Dangers!

League Bulletin Board: News and Notes for the Quorum
Little League Baseball Camp Keeps the Game Fun
2015 Little League® Coaches Toolkits Are Now Available
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Little League® Notebook | February 2015 | Archive