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Registration Information

Registration for the 2019 Fall Ball season is now open for players age 3 through 16!  The Fall Season will begin the first weekend in September, and end by November 1st.

Returning members: Your Blue Sombrero accounts are still active! Login to register this past Spring's participants, or to add new participants.

New members: Fall Ball is a travel program where Elkton Little League will travel to local District 5 areas (i.e. Rising Sun, Chesapeake City, and North East), as well as play home games at Eder Park.  In addition, the Fall Ball program is focused on instructional training and learning, and there are no tryouts.  Players considering whether-or-not to move up to the next level are encouraged to play up during the Fall Season.

Click on REGISTER to create a new account / profile for yourself and your participants. Once the participant profiles are completed, the system will display the programs / divisions available for each of your participants.

Registration is $85 per player, and a $50 Volunteer Work Bond per family.

In person registrations will be announced in the near future.

Please contact Tad Easter (Elkton Little League Player-Agent) by phone at 410-398-3832 or via email at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.

 

Volunteer Work Bond Information

Elkton Little League’s Volunteer Work Bond

Elkton Little League needs your help to keep costs down while continuing to provide a fun and safe playing environment for our kids. Elkton Little League is a volunteer organization, and no one in our organization is paid. It takes over 2,500 hours of volunteer time to run our Spring season and ensure its success. Volunteer time requirements include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • Field clean-up/maintenance
  • Concession stand
  • Umpiring

To help us meet demand associated with volunteer requirements, we have researched local and national programs and found a program called Volunteer Work Bond. The Volunteer Work Bond program has made tremendous improvements to the success and involvement within the organizations that have implemented the program. Our sole objective with implementation of the Volunteer Work Bond is to increase involvement from our Little League Family. Our intention is not to raise money.

The Volunteer Work Bond works by a process by which each family provides a non-cashed/returnable check, which will be held as collateral against time spent volunteering in various capacities with the league over the course of the season.  The criteria per season is as follows:

Spring Season - a $75 Volunteer Work Bond will be will be returned after one of the following volunteer commitment combinations is completed:

  • 4-hours working in the Concession Stand (i.e. Two shifts, 2-hours per shift)
  • 2-hours working in the Concession Stand and 2-hours working during Field Cleanup Day
  • 2-hours working in the Concession Stand and 1-game umpiring


Fall Season
- a $50 Volunteer Work Bond will be will be returned after one of the following volunteer commitment combinations is completed:

  • 2-hours working in the Concession Stand
  • 2-hours working during Field Cleanup Day


During the Spring Season, each family is required to provide one adult to work two (2) hours in the Concession Stand. It is important that every family work the Concession Stand in order for us to ensure that the stands are opened for all games at all levels. With each family providing two hours in the concession stand, the remaining two hours of time can be obtained during Field Cleanup Days, umpiring a game, or two additional hours in the concession stand. The concession stand is an important fundraiser for Elkton Little League, and is vital to improving the fields, bleachers, dugouts, and bullpens within the complex.

Signups for volunteering can be at the fields at the beginning of the Field Cleanup Day, and/or at the concession stand when open.

Please note that if you register online and pay with a credit card, your card will be charged the Work Bond fee, which will be refunded via a check upon completion of the volunteer work.

Reserve your spot early to ensure you secure your preferred time. The blocks of time will be assigned on a first come first serve basis. Volunteer work: There will be an information desk set up at the Elkton Little League Complex on all field clean up dates. Each participant is responsible for ensuring they sign in at the information desk to ensure credit gets applied to their required hours.

Field clean-up activities include; raking, painting, weed eating, pressure washing, and infield dragging, to name a few. Your help is needed!

Questions about Volunteer Work Bond should be sent to [email protected]

Elkton Little League

PO Box 75 
Elkton, Maryland 21921
Phone : 410-398-3832
Email : [email protected]
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