FROM STAFF REPORTS Little League baseball is back. After a long winter of preparation, many local leagues including Warwick North are getting ready to hit the diamond in the coming weeks. Warwick North is currently holding its "Lift Your League"
FROM STAFF REPORTS Little League baseball is back.
After a long winter of preparation, many local leagues including Warwick North are getting ready to hit the diamond in the coming weeks.
Warwick North is currently holding its "Lift Your League" fundraiser, which is raising proceeds for all things Warwick North.
Donations can be made on the league's website at www.warwicknorth.com.
The league said in a statement online:
"Warwick North Little League Baseball is a vital part of our community, providing children with a wonderful opportunity to play baseball and softball with their friends and classmates. Our league has been in Warwick at our current location since 1952 and during that time, we’ve helped to bring parents, players, and families together around the game, instilling valuable life lessons that last far beyond the ballpark.
"As you well know, generating an annual budget and securing operating funds are challenging for all volunteer-based organizations. Warwick North Little League Baseball is no different, which is why we are contacting you today. For the coming season, we invite you to join us in supporting the Little League experience by participating in our virtual fundraising campaign.
"With your support, we hope to continue providing a valuable connection to our local community by offering our players, coaches, volunteers, and supporters a safe and meaningful baseball and softball experience. There is no greater sense of pride and achievement than seeing a child smile while succeeding, and learning to overcome failure, all while having fun playing a game.
"Please consider sustaining our Little League program by donating for the coming season. Now more than ever, your contribution of time, funds, and resources are vital to the ability of Warwick North Little League Baseball to survive and thrive."