Once again, this year we are in great need of volunteers who will help monitor the course to keep the runners secure. This year, we will need to confirm your availability to volunteer in advance, so please send me an email letting me know if you are able to volunteer by emailing
You can download the following information:
1. Volunteer Guidelines
2. Map of the Course
3. List of Closures
4. Student Volunteer Hours Sheet
This year, rather than assigning your location when you show up on the race morning, they will be pre-assigned, so that you will know where you will be stationed ahead of time. Please review the map and List of Closures. If you have a preference as to where you would like to be stationed let me know in your confirming email which closure you would like to be stationed at. The closures highlighted in YELLOW are the heavier traffic areas and require a responsible adult or 2. You will be provided with walkie talkie/vest/flag/stop sign as needed prior to the race.
For those of you bringing a group, please email me with the number of people you will be bringing, their individual names and the group name, whether adult/youth, and you will be assigned as requested or randomly assigned.
Thank you again for your assistance on behalf of Claremont youth sports and Claremont Sunrise Rotary. We need over 90 volunteers for this massive undertaking, so if you know of anyone not on this list who might be able to assist, please pass them along this email.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ON THANKSGIVING DAY NOV 27!!!
Mike F. O'Brien LAW OFFICES OF MIKE F. O'BRIEN 212 Yale Ave. Claremont, Ca. 91711 909/626-9999 fax 909/621-3964 www.mikefobrien.com
Claremont Little League Spring 2015 registration is here! You can now register your child online by going to the CLL Spring 2015 Registration web page. Once registered online, you'll need to come into one of the walk-in registration events listed below to show proof of residency and original birth certificate. Much of the information below can be viewed and printed in PDF form by clicking here.
Claremont Little League is open to all boys and girls born between May 1, 1999 and December 31, 2011. Please note that we have extended the league age to include 4 year olds. However, they must be toilet trained and be able to follow direction well. No child will be turned away from Little League Baseball. If a child does not reside or attend school within the Claremont Little League boundaries, he/she will be referred to the home league. Visit the CLL website for boundary map details. If you do not live in the boundaries listed in the boundary map link but do attend a school within those boundaries (any CUSD school plus private schools inside the boundary), please download, print, fill out and have an administrator sign the school verification form that can be found here. If you do use the school verification form, please have that ready and signed by a school administrator prior to attending one of the walk-in registration dates.
Walk-in registration verification will be held at Round Table Pizza on the corner of Mills Avenue and Base Line Avenue. (Round Table Pizza will donate a portion of the proceeds from food purchases).
Walk-in registration verification dates (remember, you have to register online first before coming to walk-in registration):
We are also going to hold an early registration verification at College Park, on Sunday November 9th and Sunday, November 16th from noon to 4:30pm.
YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE BEFORE COMING TO ANY OF THE WALK-IN VERIFICATION EVENTS.
ALL WHO REGISTER MUST BRING the following to one of the walk-in registration verification events:
**NO snack bar deposit and NO annual fundraiser!!**Please note: There will be a $20.00 fee increase for any payment made after 12/15/14
If you are interested in a scholarship, you must contact League President, Campbell Wright at
Do this before coming to any registration verifications for the Spring 2015 season.
Please remember that registration is not complete until full payment is received and both proof of residency and age are verified.
For more information (proof of residency, age verification, school enrollment form, etc.), you can check out the website or contact Lisa Lewis at
Dick's Sporting Goods is a great sponsor of our local baseball program.They realize that many of our kids also play soccer...SO... use the attached link and save a little green while our Lil' Kickers are running around the Futbol Field...
Here's an update on the whereabouts of Alex Hinshaw, an MLB player that came from Claremont:
Here's an interesting article from the LA Times on youth sports injuries, with particular attention to baseball pitchers.
To thwart injury, app may be apt
We've assembled a collection of non-CLL related information that might be of interest to CLL families into a page. It contains interesting local news stories, links to other local organizations we believe are worthwhile and events helping local organizations. Check it out frequently as content changes as we get updates. Head over to the community information page to take a look.
The following video is a reminder why we have bat rules. Note: this video is not for the easily squeemish.
Please remember that all volunteers need to fill out a volunteer application. You can download one by clicking here.
Spring registration is now closed. If you'd like to be put on a waiting list, please contact our player agent, Shellie Tanori at
Dick's sporting goods has hooked us up with some coupons for your buying pleasure. Click on the link below to go get yourself some.
Typically, there are Little League rule changes every year but this year, there's a HUGE change in residency requirements. According to Little League International, if a child goes to school that's inside the league boundaries, that satisfies the residency requirement. As usual, Little League International defines what documents are required. If you think this might affect you, please read the information from the following link carefully:
Here's an interesting opinion piece about "the scholarship chase..."
As the district all-star season winds down, here's a great article from the Los Angeles times showing one of the many reasons why we do what we do. Enjoy