MCLL will be conducting its 2017 Annual Meeting Wednesday night, August 16th, at 6:30 pm at the Quail Valley Fund office building located at the corner of Glenn Lakes and Ridgeview. The location is next to Leonetti Graphics just inside the Quail Valley neighborhood. Your attendance and input would be most appreciated, please plan to attend.
The purpose of the meeting will be to recap the previous year of league operations, provide updates regarding league status, discuss pending and/or important issues for the upcoming year, finalize plans for the upcoming fall and spring seasons, provide a discussion forum for parental input and involvement, and elect all board positions for the coming year.
Please plan to attend the meeting to become more familiar with the processes and actions required to manage your local Little League. If you have ever considered becoming involved through a Board position or otherwise, this meeting is your opportunity to investigate how that could happen. If you simply have input that you would like to share, this is your opportunity to do so. All Board positions will be up for election and all interested persons are encouraged to attend.
MCLL prides itself on being child friendly! Please do not let child care prevent you from attending the meeting. If child care is an issue during the meeting, please feel free to bring your children. There will be room for them as well.
We look forward to visiting with you Wednesday night, Aug. 16th, at 6:30pm at the Quail Valley Fund office.
The fall season is a wonderful time to begin a journey of playing baseball, work on skills not necessarily fostered during the fast paced spring season, or try new positions. MCLL has always viewed the fall season as more of an opportunity to improve the level of play and competition for our players looking to take their game to the next level during the spring. With that in mind and following the success of our 2016 Fall Ball Camp, MCLL Board of Directors has decided to transform the typical fall season encompassing just a few teams into a multi-faceted instructional league set up and administered similar to popular baseball camps held across the state each summer and fall.
The 2017 MCLL Fall Ball Camp will encompass twelve sessions, extended from the eight sessions we did last year, making it truly unique and a wonderful value.
MCLL is very proud and excited to announce the return of Tyler Porter, Head Coach of the Elkins High School baseball program, will facilitate and run this camp through a partnership with MCLL.
The 2017 MCLL Fall Ball Camp will begin September 11th and run through October 18th. Camp sessions will be conducted on Monday and Wednesday of each week from 6:00 to 8:00 at the MCLL facility.
Drills and sessions will be tailored to the ages of the players involved by Coach Porter and his staff.
The Monday and Wednesday commitment will hopefully make scheduling easier for busy families juggling other fall sports such as football or soccer that play on the weekends primarily.
Early Bird Pricing – $100 August 1st August 14th
Regular Registration – $150 August 15th through September 4th<
Late Registration – $175 after September 4th
Registration for the 2017 Fall Ball Camp is now available. Please sign up at the link below.
The Missouri City Little League Board of Directors would like to invite all interested parents/friends to join the upcoming Annual Meeting and Board of Directors Election scheduled for Wednesday, August 16th at the Quail Valley Fund office building located at the corner of Glenn Lakes and Ridgeview at 6:30 pm.
A large portion of the current board will be following their children to the next level of competition and will not be returning to MCLL this fall. While we are extremely grateful for their unwavering service and commitment, we must endeavor to fill all vacancies and press ahead for the approaching fall season. As with every BOD election, all positions will be open to general election. No prior experience is required.
With so many valued members departing, your league needs your support now more than ever to continue its path of improvement and growth. A strong and vibrant MCLL is important to the youth and the community of Missouri City. If you have ever considered becoming involved with the administration of MCLL activities, please join other concerned parents/friends on Wednesday August 16th at 7pm.