As communicated in the season kick off league meeting we are continuing forward with the family work bond. There’s a great deal of work that goes into making our league a success; on and off the field. As a volunteer organization we rely on our league members to serve the needs of our players, coordinate and manage all day to day activities related to our leagues existence. Including monthly meetings, league logistics; insurance, organizational memberships, registration with Cal Ripken, Babe Ruth, community outreach, safety and support and maintenance of our snack stand and ball fields.
What is a work bond? It is a promise to serve our league as a volunteer in some capacity. The promise is made with a payment to the league in advance of the season and in addition to the season’s player registration fee.
How much is the work bond? The work bond is $100 (1 time per family per season) When is it due? At the time of player registration.
How do families pay for the work bond? Through credit card online payment process during player registration
How do families satisfy their work bond requirements? Fulfilling 4 hours of time in various volunteer activities throughout the baseball year.
Who is required to pay the season work bond? Every family of RTJBL that has a player in the league.
|WORK BOND HOUR OPPORTUNITIES||DATES|
|Annual clean-up day||March 24, 2019|
|Opening day preparations||Week leading into Opening day|
|Opening day||April 13, 2019|
|Team equipment and uniforms coordination||March TBA|
|Player and coach clinics||March 9, 16 Coaches only Players ages 6-12 March 23rd ALL clinics 12:30-2pm @ Zoned|
|Season grounds clean up||Varies Weekends throughout the season|
|Tournament prep and support during tournament hosting days||Varies Weekends to be announced|
|Community/Family day||June 15, 2019|
|Playoff and championship events||To be announced|
|Season closing ceremonies preparations||To be announced|
January 9th (at Old Turnpike School, Tewksbury), March 6th ( at RMS), May 8th ( at RMS), June 5th (at RMS)