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The 2018 Loudoun South Little League (LSLL) Annual Meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 13 at the Mercer Middle School auditorium in Stone Ridge. The “State of the League” will be presented and the election of the 2019 Board of Directors will be held.

 

Who may run and who may elect the 2019 Board of Directors? LSLL Regular Members in good standing are eligible to be elected to the board and also have voting privileges to elect the 2019 Board of Directors. A Regular Member is one that volunteered during the spring and/or fall season this year, completed a 2018 Volunteer Application and background check, and held one of the following volunteer positions:

 

  • Board members
  • Committee members
  • Managers
  • Coaches
  • Scorekeepers
  • Team parents
  • Team umpires
  • Adult umpires
  • Game coordinators
  • Concession volunteers

 

All board members are volunteers and receive no compensation for their dedicated work. No experience is necessary.

 

Please note that the manager/coach representation on the board shall not exceed half the number of board members. The newly-elected Directors will elect the following officers from among their ranks at its first meeting:

 

  • President
  • Vice-president
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Player agent(s)
  • Safety officer
  • Umpire-in-chief
  • League information officer
  • Coaching coordinator
  • Fundraising coordinator
  • Concessions manager
  • Equipment manager
  • Facilities manager

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Joe Soricelli, LSLL President. He will be happy to discuss the expectations of each position, the time required, and how the board conducts monthly meetings.

 

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED AS OF OCT 31.

 

As soon as the Annual Meeting is adjourned, the newly elected Board of Directors will meet to discuss and pick their positions.  If more than one Director, for example, wants to be the Facilities Manager, then the Board of Directors vote and the Director with the most votes becomes the Facilities Manager.