2015 LMBA Post Season Newsletter

November 19, 2015

Thanks to everyone for a successful 22nd season of LMBA baseball and thanks for taking the time to check out our post-season newsletter.

2015 LMBA Annual General Meeting – Sunday, November 15th at Bonsor Center in Burnaby – 2:00pm – 3:30pm followed by Divisional Meetings – 3:30pm – 4:30pm.  All teams must have a rep present but the meetings are open to everyone.

LMBA Executive in Transition – the Board of Directors is looking for some new members to enter under an intern/shadow process to ensure the long term stability of the league.

Umpires Needed for 2016 – We have an incredible number of potential umpires in the playing ranks of the LMBA and we will require some help next year.

Americas Masters Games – August 26th to September 4th, 2016 – Baseball will be included and we are hoping that lots of our members are looking forward to playing in the competition and supplying us with some volunteers to help out.

Thank You, Ray Edger – The LMBA is losing a very valued member whose efforts have made us a stronger organization.  Thanks, Ray, and enjoy retirement!

Have a great off season and see everyone in 2016!

LMBA Board of Directors

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