Welcome to Pleasant Hill,
IA Little League
Sports Page in Altoona will be
offering 10% discount off baseball items
to all registered players. Just
show proof of registration.
Closing day ceremonies
are this Saturday,
June 28th. Teams will
line up at 9:45
so please arrive accordingly. Afterwards
we will have fields open for both
official games, and kickball for both
the children and parents.
Thanks so much for
wonderful season, and please come back
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June 6th, 2014 marks the 75th
anniversary of American Little League
so feel free to join in the fun!!!
please send payments to:
Pleasant Hill Little League
P.O. Box 57472
Pleasant Hill IA 50327
A Special Thanks to a
A&W Long John Silvers
If you have questions or would like to join the board,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
today to create an online profile, which will automatically allow you to receive our e-mail news.
Click here to register.
Are you wondering how our fundraiser works? Do you have a question
about age guidelines? Have a general question about Pleasant Hill Little
League? Check out our new
Pleasant Hill Little League Is Accepting
organization is an all volunteer organization, the
same as every other Little League organization. With more parents involved the more fun it
will be for you and your child.
Itís not all work, we also have fun
helping each other and at the same time, enjoy
watching our children grow up. This is precious time with our children
that ends all too soon.
you considered volunteering for PH
If you'd like to
help, please contact us at
Get Involved - Have Some Fun...
Consider joining the board. From beginning to
end, Pleasant Hill Little League is strictly a volunteer effort.
Dedicate some time to help maintain this valuable program.
Parents Should Know
The values of Little League Baseball are many,
with the balanced development of the child as the ultimate
goal. Through Little League Baseball, youngsters develop
and appreciate the need for trustworthiness, respect,
responsibility, fairness, caring and good citizenship.
Parents will be required to sign a "Code
of Conduct" to help maintain the concept
of sportsmanship and these core principles. The highest
potential of sports is achieved when competition reflects
these pillars of character.
From beginning to end, Pleasant Hill Little League is a
strictly volunteer effort. Concerned adults dedicate
their time, service and often their personal funds, to
maintain a program wherein children may develop into young