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birch152 Little League® International Remembers California District 31 Administrator Larry Burch

Little League® International mourns the passing of Larry Burch, California District 31 Administrator.
stotz-winners152 10 Lycoming County High School Seniors Recognized as the 2017 Carl E. Stotz Little League Baseball® Scholarship Recipients

At its annual luncheon on Thursday, May 18, Little League recognized the achievement of 10 Lycoming County High School Seniors, awarding a total of $13,000 in scholarship funds.
palermo152 Little League® International Mourns the Passing of Steve Palermo

bottle-program152 Longtime Little League® District Administrator Charlie Niles Raising Opioid Awareness One Plastic Bottle at a Time

Opioid addiction, which has been named one of the leading causes of accidental death in the United States by the Centers for Disease Control, has become an increasing issue over the last few years, and for longtime Little League® volunteer and District Administrator (D.A.), Charlie Niles, educating the youth about its dangers is being done one plastic bottle at a time.
Bertrum-Haag-152 Little League® International Remembers Bertrum Haag, A Member of Carl Stotz’s Founders Association

Little League® International mourns the passing of Bertrum “Bert” Haag, who was a member of Carl E. Stotz’s Little League Founders Association. He was 93.
CCL Little League Central Region Temporary Office Location

Please direct all mailings and physical deliveries to the new address, starting on May 1, 2017, until further notice.
things-to-know152 Things to Know From Little League®: May 2017

Each month, Little League® International is providing a quick look at important information and events for the month ahead.
confessions152 New Generation, Same Old Mistakes

I remember the day my son signed up my grandson, James, for Little League®. I was so excited. I brought out an old photo album, and showed James the pictures of his dad at practice and games. My wife took most of the photos back then because I was busy on the field helping to coach. I was a very hands-on father. Too much so my wife told me over the years when my son played. She made me promise to take more of a backseat with my grandson. I kept my promise.. for a while.

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