Rochester, NY

Rochester's Community Wishbook

 

Greece Little League

3641 Latta Road (PO Box 16133, Rochester, NY 14616)
Rochester, NY 14612
Phone: 585-392-0072 (May - Sept.)
Contact: Paul Richardson, Diane Noga

Off-season phone: 585-663-7024.

Greece Little League Baseball, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to "promote, develop, supervise, and voluntarily assist in all lawful ways, the interest of those who will participate in Little League Baseball and Softball."

Serving the communities of Greece, Hilton, and Charlotte, Greece Little League engages youths ages 4-16 in the instruction of baseball and softball starting with T-ball on through District Travel Baseball programs .

Additionally, Greece Little League offers a Challenger Program.  The program is an adaptive baseball program for individuals with physical and developmental challenges.  Any individual age 4-18, or up to age 22 if still enrolled in school with a physical or intellectual challenge may participate.  Through the use of various aids the league had been able to adapt America's favorite pastime for children of all abilities.  With the help of sponsors, this program is offered free of charge for all who qualify.


Wishlist:
  • field maintenance equipment
  • lumber
  • dugouts to be constructed on some fields
  • concrete to be poured in dugout areas
  • north parking lot on Latta Road needs to be paved
  • raffle prizes
  • sponsors (team, shirt, banners)
  • concession items: 
  •   - heat lamp                 
      - stainless work table 24 x 60 with galvanized shelf & legs
      - gas range: 4 burner model with 36" griddle and two standard ovens 
      - commercial deep fryer 
  •   - insulated condiment station (2 pump 3 pan)

 


Volunteers Needed:
  • Concession Workers – weeknight/Saturday & Sunday during baseball/softball season (May-September).
  • Umpires – training provided, weeknights/Saturday & Sunday during baseball/softball season (May-September).
  • Painting – various opportunities
  • Field Maintenance Day – April & October, a coordinated group effort to ready fields for play or winterize fields at the close of the season.
  • General field maintenance – daily throughout the season.
  • Challenger helpers to assist physically challenged child to play baseball on Saturday mornings May to August (position requires background check).
  • Building Projects/Capital Improvements to Little League complex – dugouts, scoreboards, fencing, sheds
  • Website design and maintenance.
  • Coaching and Assistant Coaching (position requires background check).
  • Eagle Scout Project Opportunities.
                                                               
    Suitable for Teen Volunteers:
  • Concession Workers.
  • Umpires (training provided).
  • Painting.
  • Field Maintenance.
  • Eagle Scout Projects welcomed (Projects must be presented and approved by board).

Information reviewed by agency 8/3/18. (Wish List updated and Volunteers Needed updated.)


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