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Please bear with us as we bring content online during the transition.
As the recreation season comes to a close, I and the BBSC Board would like to thank each one of our many volunteers, whether it is in coaching, helping out as a team parent, working concessions, working on our fields or the myriad of other activities in which our league engages. We especially want to thank all of you who volunteered your time to coach this year at all levels--softball, t-ball, baseball and Select and tournament teams. The league can't function without you and I and the BBSC Board know how demanding it is to coach a team, Hopefully it was rewarding as well. Thanks for a great season.
BBSC has renamed its annual community service award as the BBSC Chuck Slaughter Community Service Award. This year's winner is Jeff Mahler. The inscription on the plaque presented to Jeff recently reads as follows:
"To Jeff Mahler, for dedicating years of his time and energy to BBSC as coach, vice president for baseball and league scheduler. Jeff’s contribution to field improvement, program development, organizational consistency and the creation of a positive and nurturing environment for Broadneck area youth has been invaluable to the growth of BBSC."
Jeff Mahler has worn many hats for BBSC, and for years has been a fixture at our parks, either coaching, working on fields, working on tractors, ordering uniforms, organizing fall ball, in addition to his positions as league scheduler and, later, vice president for baseball. Jeff is still around, managing a Colt-level team and a summer team. He has been critical to the development of BBSC. Congratulations, Jeff.
Please note below the county rules on smoking at county parks. There is no smoking at BBSC games or events.
(a) A person may not use any form of tobacco: (1) in a restroom, at a spectator or concession area, dog park, aquatic facility, or playground in any County park; or (2) within 100 yards of an organized activity at a County park.
(b) (1) “Organized activity” means an event that has a defined time for starting and ending and is in a designated or permitted area of a County park. “Organized activity” includes athletic events, concerts, and special events such as arts fairs. (2) “Park” includes recreational facility.(3) “Tobacco” to include but not be limited to cigarettes, cigars, snuff, pipes and spit tobacco.