It’s that time again folks, as fall ball is winding down, we have the exciting opportunity to offer District 2 Winter Camp Revision 1.
We are offering amended pricing, including family discounts and combined with early league registration discounts. Talk to your league administrators for questions or concerns.
All three league Presidents, Admins, and Key Coaches have been diligently meeting to come up with a fresh new exciting camp to heighten the fun and development of all our players both recreational and competitive.
We will be offering highly skilled coaching at all levels with leads from all three leagues. Focus will be on both infield and outfield drills, hitting, base running, with pitching and catching being added this year. We will cater to all levels of play and ensure we evaluate appropriately ensuring the best experience for all players involved.
We are excited to work together and hope to see all our players at camp.
Winter Ball camp runs from Jan 12th to March 29th. The cost and training days are:
For ages 9 and under: $160.00 Sundays 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
For ages 10 and up: $240.00 Sundays 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Location: Kinsmen Sports Centre (9100 Walterdale Hill)
Discounts available for registering multiple players in the same household.
District 2 is pleased to introduce and announce the following executive changes to its Edmonton Little Leagues. In East Park, Nick Bandlow is the new league President, while Tony Ricci is the new President for Confederation Park baseball. Community Park’s league is guided by Tully Lutz who took over the presidency in 2018. This trio combined currently have eight children involved in Little League ranging from T-Ball up to the Majors age level.
Tully Lutz (left) Nick Bandlow (centre) Tony Ricci (right)
District 2 would also like to give a huge thank-you to the past Presidents of both East Park and Confederation Park. Clarence Nelson and Andy Kaulbach have decided to step down after dedicating their time and efforts over the past decade to running their respective leagues, while at the same time continuing to build Edmonton’s Little League program. The District wishes them well in their future endeavors.