Lake Shore Youth Baseball
Breaking news! I am very excited to announce that our efforts have paid off and we will have enhanced and improved cell phone service in the Lake Shore area. FINALLY!
After a lot of work and urging, Verizon has agreed to add a macro cell site on Woods Road and they are filing for permits this month! As you know there is a service dead zone in that area – I call it the “Bermuda Triangle” which stretches from the Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Station to Lake Shore Plaza, down Magothy Beach/Bridge Rds., all of Woods Road, and beyond.
Verizon is also applying for permits to install a small cell tower this year by Lake Shore Plaza and they will apply to install another next year in the dead zone on Magothy Bridge Road.
I want to thank Verizon for their responsiveness to our concerns. Thanks also to former County Executive Schuh, Nic Kipke, Senator Simonaire, Delegate Brian Chisholm and Councilman Nathan Volke for helping with this effort. We did it! #canyouhearmenow
The Snack Shack will be open for the Fall:
Saturday 11-4pm (this Saturday, 9/7 only until 2pm staff training)
If you are 13-18 years old an interested in umping clinic (coach pitch or Pinto (kid pitch) games, please contact Judy McMeen at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Moving forward and staying on task with all the Little League organizations in Anne Arundel County, Lake Shore Baseball has decided to change the birth date cut-off. Above are the birth date ranges which utilize the 8/31 birthdate cutoff. They are the new Little League dates that are already in effect. They coincide with the school year which is actually, our main reason for making the change so kids in the same school grade/year will play together.
Thank you for your support in making this transition possible!
Matt has, played baseball for over 13 years, always at Lake Shore, starting when he was 4 years old in Tee- Ball and playing every season to his senior year. Matt is a perfect example of a “Scholar athlete” making Honor Roll every marking period, and earning the highest GPA award this past fall, a 5.0! Along with baseball, he has also played Basketball and was the team captain of the high school varsity football team. Matt has been accepted and will attend UMBC in the fall, where he plans to pursue a Bachelors degree in computer science and coding. Please help me congratulate Chesapeake Senior Matt Blades!