SCLL Families and Supporters, 

Since 1979, Sabino Canyon Little League (SCLL) has provided one of the most rewarding youth baseball experiences on Tucson’s Far East side. As youth sports have changed the Sabino Canyon Little League Board of Directors has continually strived to offer all children the opportunity to learn and play baseball. 

Currently, the SCLL Board of Directors is seeking new members who can bring their skills, life experience and love of baseball to the SCLL Board of Directors. SCLL needs new members to join the Board and learn the current tasks and responsibilities that successfully keep the league running. It is critical to have new people take on these responsibilities to assure a smooth transition of leadership that the league will encounter in the very near future (this year). 

There are several Board members whose children will be aging out of Little League and their time on the Board is winding down. If you are a parent who has young children who enjoy playing baseball, this is a great opportunity to volunteer and provide a service to the youth baseball community. Anyone can join the board, having a child registered is not a requirement to be voted onto the board. 

We are looking for individuals who are interested in volunteering their time, talent, expertise, and appreciation of baseball. No experience is required just a desire to help children play baseball.

Please join us Tuesday, November 17, 2015, from 6:00 PM to 8:00PM. The meeting will take place at the Udall Recreation Center Room #2.  There will be open elections for all board positions and committees.  You can download a SCLL Board Member Application 2015 and 2015-SCLL-Volunteer-App.

If you are interested in joining the board and would like more information or will be unable to attend the meeting, please contact any board member listed from our web site SCLL Contact Page.


SCLL Board of Directors

If you have other questions about Sabino Canyon Little League please email the information officer.

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