Please join us for the GEYA Casino Night at Lionville Fire Company on Saturday, May 3rd from 7pm - 11pm. As you may know, the league’s ability to improve our facilities and programs is based on financial support from local business sponsors and fundraising activities. All proceeds from this event will benefit GEYA and help us continue to offer top quality facilities and programs for our local youth baseball players!!! Cost is $40/adult. Click here for details and registration.
Kinetic Physical Therapy 5K Bull Run - Saturday, May 17th
Looking for some outdoor exercise? Tuning up for a long distance event? Trying to get back in the “run” of things after an injury? Looking to help GEYA? … We have the perfect solution … The Kinetic 5K Bull Run. All proceeds for the Bull Run benefit GEYA!
Rick Harrison, the coach of the Norchester Bulldogs Sr. Legion team, is holding a camp for GEYA baseball players from T-Ball through League Age 15 on June 30 through July 3. Through his years of playing and coaching, Coach Harrison has learned a great deal about the game of baseball and how to teach winning baseball to young players. He has coached baseball at all levels, from Little League through high school and senior legion. The goal of this camp is to teach fundamental baseball skills, to provide an environment where young players will be able to play the game and more importantly ... to have fun! To learn more about this program and how to register for this camp, please download the GEYA Bulldog Baseball Camp Flyer.
New Membership Guidelines for Spring 2014 Season
Little League Inc. has expanded the criteria for what league a player is eligible to play in. A player may participate in Glenmoore Eagle Little League if either one of the following conditions are satisfied.
You live in the boundaries of the league (residency rule).
Your child attends a school within the boundary of the league. Schools within our boundary include Pickering Valley, St. Elizabeth's, Springton Manor, West Vincent.
Please visit the “New to GEYA” for more information.
Growing Glenmoore Eagle Little League
The philosophy of Little League International is that local little leagues should be managed by volunteers and Glenmoore Eagle is no exception. The fields, concession stands, practices, schedules, uniforms and even this website are maintained by the parents of players in our league. Success of our league is dependent upon you. If you are willing to pitch in some of your time to enhance the experience our players have with Little League baseball, please consider starting here:
Attend our next monthly GEYA Baseball meeting at 7:45pm April 16th at the Eagle Tavern as we finalize plans for the next Spring.
For those of you who are already volunteering -- especially through those activities that are not necessarily visible to most of the participants and can go unnoticed -- thank you for all that you do!
GEYA Baseball's Board of Directors