LBLL Families and Friends,
It has been a difficult and unpredictable seven months for all of us. Unfortunately, along with the rest of the country, Los Angeles County is seeing a rise in coronavirus cases as we head into the late fall and winter. However, as we have since the health crisis started, we continue to work with PVE and PVPUSD to try to get our kids back on the field and playing baseball, even if in a limited capacity. One of the lessons of the health crisis has been how important sports and socialization are for the mental and physical health of our children, and thus why Little League baseball is important. We will not stop doing everything we can.
Along those lines, please continue to watch for e-mails from LBLL, as we will soon be opening registration for Spring 2021 baseball, in the hopes that one way or another we will be able to have a season, or even run some sort of structured training program in limited groups allowed under applicable regulations. Please note that to simplify this process we are not charging any registration fees at this time. The registration process will simply be to have the infrastructure in place and to have an understanding as to how many players in each age group are interested in taking part in whatever we are able to put together. If we are able to move forward we will assess our financial needs and charge fees at that time.
Thank you for your continued support of Lunada Bay Little League. We will get through this together!
Scott Hunter, LBLL President