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 > Little League Online > Media > Little League News Archive > 2006 > Little League Road Show Returns, Ready to Make Stop in a Town Near You

Little League Road Show Returns, Ready to Make Stop in a Town Near You

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (Oct. 13, 2006) – The “Little League Road Show,” a training and education component of Little League Baseball and Softball, is gearing up for another year, and will again team with local volunteers to provide education and support to its chartered leagues through a series of clinics and seminars.

“The Little League Road Show is a local league administration clinic, with an available umpire clinic presentation, that allows volunteers to have direct access to the resources that can help make their leagues become more organized and operate better,” Joe Losch, senior vice president for Little League International, said. “The Little League Road Show has been successful on so many levels. It has enabled us to take the program to the volunteers and address their specific questions and concerns.”

The Road Show clinics, supported in part by AIG Insurance, revolve around the presentation of “A Year in the Life of Hometown Little League,” in which the workings of a fictional league are followed throughout an entire year. This format provides local league administrators an opportunity to review the latest information on Little League rules, equipment, and programs, while creating a forum to speak directly with Little League staff members.

“AIG Insurance is not only the national insurance underwriter for Little League Baseball and Softball,” Dan Kirby, Little League International’s director of risk management, said. “AIG supports several Little League endeavors such as the annual awards program, ASAP (A Safety Awareness Plan), the annual Little League Golf Classic, and Tee Ball games on the South Lawn of the White House. Through AIG’s financial assistance, Little League is able to broaden the scope of its educational programs by offsetting the travel expenses for Little League International staff and regional staff attending the Road Show clinics. The commitment shown by AIG is subtle, yet significant as Little League International strives to provide its local leagues with the means to better serve their communities.”

In addition to the Little League Road Shows, Little League’s regional centers will continue to offer instructional programs to district administrators, local league officers, umpires, managers and coaches at clinics and seminars, in several U.S. states.

For more information on dates and locations for the Little League Road Show, check back here often.

For a list of previous Road Shows, Click Here

Butte, Mont. – February 10, 2007

On Feb. 10, 2007, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Butte, Mont., Montana District 2 will host a Little League Road Show. The site will be the East Middle School, 2600 Grand Ave. The clinic registration fee is $10 per person. For additional information, or to register, contact Renny Malach, Montana District 2 Administrator, at: 406-542-0255; e-mail: rmalachsr@msn.com.  Click here for more info
Martinsburg, W.Va. – February 10, 2007

On Feb. 10, 2007, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., in Martinsburg, W.Va., West Virginia District 6 will host a Little League Road Show. The site will be the Martinsburg High School, 701 South Queen Street. The clinic registration fee is $20 per person by Jan. 29, 2007; $25 thereafter. There will be an umpire clinic and district administrator’s presentation. For additional information, or to register, contact Rick Allison, West Virginia District 6 Administrator, at: 304-263-8666; e-mail: rallison12@hotmail.com.  Click here for more info
Asheville, N.C. – February 23-25, 2007

On Feb. 23-25, 2007, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday; and from 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday, in Asheville, N.C., District 5 will host a Little League Road Show at the Asheville Renaissance Hotel, One Thomas Wolfe Plaza. The clinic fee is $25; and there will be an umpire clinic. For additional information, or to register, contact David Burnette, North Carolina District 5 Administrator, at: 828-652-4926l; e-mail: burnette2020@aol.com. Click here for more info
Warwick, R.I. – March 3, 2007

On March 3, 2007, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Warwick, R.I., Rhode Island District 1 will host a Little League Road Show. The site will be the Radisson Airport Hotel Providence, 2081 Post Road. The clinic registration fee is $40 per person. For additional information, or to register, contact Stephen Iafrate, Rhode Island District 1 Administrator, at: 401-331-9283; e-mail: fiscal555@hotmail.com.   Click here for more info
Romeoville, Ill. – March 10, 2007

On March 10, 2007, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., in Romeoville, Ill., Illinois District 11 will host a Little League Road Show. The site will be the John J. Lukancic Middle School, 725 Normantown Road. The clinic registration fee is $10 per person. Pre-registration is required. For additional information, or to register, contact Linda Sanfilippo, Illinois District 11 Administrator, at: 815-886-1892; e-mail: lindaill11@comcast.net.  Click here for more info
Victoria, Texas – March 10, 2007

On March 10, 2007, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in Victoria, Texas, Texas District 27 will host a Little League Road Show. The site will be Memorial High School’s Stroman Campus, 3002 East North Street. The clinic fee is $15; and there will be an umpire clinic. For additional information, or to register, contact Frank Cavazos, Texas District 27 Administrator, at: 361-652-5525; e-mail: cavfrnkc@suddenlink.net. Click here for more info
Boise, Idaho – March 10, 2007

On March 10, 2007, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Boise, Idaho, Idaho District 2 will host a Little League Road Show. The site will be the Doubletree Hotel, 475 West Parkcenter Blvd. The clinic fee is $10; and there will be an umpire clinic. For additional information, or to register, contact David Grieser, Idaho District 2 Administrator, at: 208-336-8373; e-mail: dkgrieser@cableone.net.  Click here for more info
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. – March 11, 2007

On March 11, 2007, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Coeur d’Alene., Idaho District 1 will host a Little League Road Show. The site will be the Lake City High School, 6101 North Ramsey Road. The clinic registration fee is $5 per person; and there will be an umpire clinic. For additional information, or to register, contact Will Neal, Idaho District 1 Administrator, at: 208-660-0301; e-mail: Will.Idaho1.DA@gmail.com   Click here for more info