Meriden Little League promotes the game of baseball for children, ages 4 To 16 and through the Challenger Program, helps those with disabilities. Meriden Little League is a non-profit organization serving the communities of Meriden, Connecticut since 1950. The organization’s mission is to promote community citizenship, good sportsmanship and physical and mental development through healthy, organized competition and team work for children ages 4 through 12 years old. The league is open to all, and does not restrict membership due to race, religion, gender or ability.
Meriden Little League (formally Jack Barry Little League and Ed Walsh Little League) have taught over 250 participants (per year, with continued growth each year) the basic fundamentals of the baseball, fostered good sportsmanship and provided an excellent physical challenge. This accomplishment is under the direction of 6 volunteer Executive Board members, 15 Board of Directors and over 30 volunteer managers and coaches. There are no paid positions within Meriden Little League organization. It is our vision to continue growing the league as the population of our community grows.
Each year we strive to keep the enrollment costs the same to our returning participants. Your donation will help to keep those costs down. It will also help with many other expenses which include purchasing new equipment for our batting cages and 4 fields, providing safety equipment for our players, uniforms, concession stand items, etc.
- Sarah Lombardi
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