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Friday, December 1, 2023


Feb. 3, 2003 — The administration of the Alvin McBean East Little League has scheduled a mandatory meeting for managers and coaches for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Alvin McBean Complex.
Managers are asked to bring all pending documents to the meeting, including registration forms and fees, rosters and V.I. Police Department background checks (required for all Little League adult volunteers).
Registration forms will be available, so parents or guardians can still sign up their child or children for the 2003 season. Proof of the child’s birth and residence (telephone, WAPA or cable bill) must be provided.
The League is also seeking additional managers and coaches for the upcoming season. Interested volunteers are welcomed and should attend this meeting. Little League baseball offers the opportunity to experience the joys of organized sporting fun for children ages 9-12 (Little League Division); ages 13-14 (Junior League Division); 15-16 (Senior League Division) and 16-18 (Big League Division).
For more information about the Alvin McBean East Little League organization, contact Jaime "Walla" Francis at 775-3493 after 6 p.m. or 776-8653; Michael "Snoop" Thomas at 775-2581 after 6 p.m. or 643-7273; or Kirk Thomas at 777-3346 after 6 p.m. or 513-2728.

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