Dear LGSA families,
The LGSA board has been meeting regularly to discuss the progression of COVID-19. Unfortunately, we don’t feel that conditions are safe to have a spring season for 2020. So I am sorry to report that we will be cancelling the spring house softball season.
Please know that we did not make this decision lightly. Quite a bit of work had already been done in preparation for this new season (a big thank you to our 9 new board members!), and everyone is disappointed that we won’t be able to get out there together and play in the next few weeks!
We have hopes that we may be able to have either a Fall season, or perhaps a fun weekend tournament, to get everyone together as soon as it is safe to do so!
Refunds: We have been in contact with our online registrar (SportsEngine), and we will be able to refund all registration costs back to the original payment method minus a $20 processing fee. We appreciate your patience on this as the entire country is the in process of doing the exact same thing that we are doing right now, so it may take a few weeks for them to process your refunds.
I hope that you and your families continue to stay safe and healthy through this tough time, and I hope to be able to see everyone out on the fields soon!
Alison Marella, VP House
WE ARE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS!
Libertyville Girls Softball Association is run by a volunteer Board of Directors. The officers are elected by the active members. The directors are appointed by the officers of the Corporation. Each officer or director is an active member of the Corporation. Responsibilities are specific to each position and include meetings of the whole board. More information can be found on our website under “documents”, “LGSA By Laws."
The following Director positions will be open and are receiving applications:
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