The Snack Shack needs volunteers to operate. Please feel free to sign up on any day you are available to help out for an hour. The Snack Shack opens about 8:45 and closes at 4:00 with the last hot dog sales at 3:15. Also, if you have a responsible teen who needs community service hours and he/she would like to volunteer at the Snack Shack, please sign them up and let Deborah Muns-Park know at email@example.com or 858-945-2832.
To ensure we have volunteers every Saturday, we have assigned three teams to work at the snack shack on each Saturday. This amounts to just about three hours per team over the course of the entire season!! Teams have been assigned as follows:
Want to show your Del Mar American Little League pride? Shirts and Trucker Hats are now on sale for $20 each. We have a variety of men's (crew neck) and women's (v-neck) sizes available. Place your order today so you're ready for Opening Day!
Contact Allison Isaacman at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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Host Families Needed For Summer Program
Host Families Needed for San Diego Waves Summer Program
The Importance of Host Families A host family is one of the most important and influential aspects of a baseball player's summer league experience. Many of the players on the San Diego Waves are in a brand new environment, away from both school and home. The goal of the program is to help players adjust to moving to a new area, assist them as they get acquainted with the North County San Diego community, and provide a safe and stable living environment. It also provides an opportunity for the community to assist in the development of these players on and off the field. The San Diego Waves organization strongly believes the relationships that are forged between players and their host families will be memorable and will last a lifetime.
Host Family Responsibilities Host families are asked to provide housing for their assigned player(s) for the duration of their stay in San Diego. Many players are expected to arrive before June 1, though several will join the team later because of their spring team's playoffs and the College World Series. The Waves season, including playoffs, should conclude no later than July 28th. During that span, host families should provide:
One to two meals per day, depending on their schedule. Since games are at night, some players will sleep later in the day and not eat breakfast.
A bed and bathroom for each player you are housing.
Access to your house, usually by key or garage door opener.
Host families are not required to provide a vehicle to players. Many of the players will have their own car, so a place to park will be necessary. If the player does not have a car, you may choose to lend him a vehicle, but that is entirely at your discretion and risk. Also, host families are not required to provide insurance for players; insurance is covered by the league and the player's school.
Beyond that, we ask that you provide a welcoming environment for the players. For the approximate two months players are in the San Diego area, host families are providing more than just housing, but a home. We simply request that you make them feel at home.
Host Family Benefits When you become a host family, you'll be adding a new member to your family, not just taking on a tenant. Waves players are appreciative of the effort you will be making as a host family and can serve as positive role models for your children. Yes, these are college-age kids, but they are respectful of their environment - nothing less will be tolerated by the San Diego Waves.
Host families will also receive season tickets. Families are sure to love the excitement and entertainment of Waves baseball, and the players enjoy seeing their adopted families in the stands. You will also be invited to any host family and Team events on the schedule. But the longest lasting benefit of becoming a host family is the bond that will be forged between your family and a Waves player, the sort of relationship that lasts for years. Players and their host families have been known to keep in contact long after playing careers ended, remaining friends and sharing family milestones. If you are able to help, please contact me.
Del Mar American Little League will be hosting a Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & RunLocal Qualifying event at Ashley Falls Park on Sunday, May 7th from 9am to 11am with registration starting at 8:30am.
Scotts Major League Baseball PitchHit & Run (PHR) is a FREE, exciting skills event providing boys and girls the opportunity to compete in four levels of competition including Team Championship events at all 30 Major League ballparks and the National Finals at the MLB All-Star Game. The event is open to all boys and girls, ages 7-14 and includes both baseball and softball divisions. Contestants will participate in pitching, running and hitting competitions with the winners from each age group advancing to the Sectional competition to be held May 14th at Ashley Falls.
Simply fill out the on-line registration form, print the confirmation email that will be sent to you, and bring it to the event on May 7th along with a valid copy of the participant's birth certificate. Any questions concerning the event or registration can be emailed to
Monday, June 19 – Friday, June 23, 8:30 am – 12:00 pm daily
Come join the Junior Falcon Baseball Camp during summer vacation to polish your skills and boost your confidence for the upcoming season. Receive individual and group instruction on throwing, fielding, base running, and hitting from the Torrey Pines High School Baseball Coaching Staff, including Head Freshman Coach Matt Livingston. Camp time will be dedicated to instruction and scrimmages. Summer is for Baseball. PLAY BALL!
Location: Torrey Pines High School Freshman/Upper Baseball Field, Northeast Corner of Campus. (Go East on Del Mar Hts past main school entrance, left on Landsdale, left into parking lot, field is immediately south of the dog park)
About the Coach: Coach Matt Livingston has 16 years of high school baseball coaching experience. In addition, he has managed elementary aged youth sports for over 19 years. Coach Livingston has been employed full time as a science teacher for the San Dieguito U.H.S.D. since 1996.
What to Bring: Baseball gear, (glove, bat, helmet, etc), dress for practice (pants, hat, cleats), bring water or sports drink, pack a snack (we’ll take a nutrition break to recharge), sunscreen
Registration Fee: $130, includes camp T-shirt, (Scholarships Available)
Want to show your Del Mar American Little League pride? Shirts and Trucker Hats are now on sale for $20 each. We have a variety of men's (crew neck) and women's (v-neck) sizes available. Spirit Wear can be purchased at the Snack Shack on Saturdays. Any questions, contact Allison Isaacman at email@example.com.