Attention all golfers.
Golden Hill Little League is holding a Golf Tournament fundraiser on April 29 at the beautiful Coyote Hills Golf Club, located just to the west of Unocal Fields at 1440 E. Bastanchury Road in Fullerton.
The tournament will be a shotgun start format with registration and driving range starting at 11 a.m. The competition begins at 12:30 and their is a reception and dinner starting at 6 p.m.
Entry fees is $150 per golfer and that includes dinner. Dinner guests can buy separate tickets at $50 each. For information about sponsorship opportunities and to register for the event click here.
You should have already received the Manager, Coach, and League evaluation forms from your team parent. We encourage and expect 100% participation. We use these evaluations in making decisions for the leagues future and appointing managers in upcoming seasons. We encourage all parents to give feedback.
If you feel uncomfortable giving feedback within the team structure please download the Evaluation forms here and return them to email@example.com . (Please email to arrange a drop of time or scan and email directly.)
We look forward to the comments.
Mark your calendars for Saturday May 28 as Golden Hill Little League holds its eighth annual Closing Ceremonies at 1 p.m. at the Fullerton Sport Complex.
The festivities will begin that day at 9 a.m. with the annual Co-Ed Parent and Coach softball tournament. There will be other activities including games for kids, yearbook pickup and raffle drawings. A barbecue will be going from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and there will other food and refreshments available.
The championship game for the softball tournament is scheduled for 4:45 p.m.
Click here to see a flier with more details.
If you are feeling hungry, visit Teddy's Bigger Burgers in Fullerton on May 4th from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and take part in a fundraiser for Golden Hill Little League.
Just present this flier when you order your meal and 20 percent of your proceeds will go to Golden Hill Little League.
All Golden Hill Little League players who show up the Dog Haus in Fullerton in full uniform either on Saturday or Sunday during the season can receive one free Fosselman's Ice Cream cone.
Dog Haus, located at 2555 E. Chapman Chapman Avenue, serves up delicious burgers, dogs, tater tots and more. Pop on by to taste it out. Click here for a flier on the ice cream special and other deals.
Also, Dog Haus offers up specials to teams considering their team parties. Click here for that flier.
Cost: $135/player No fundraisers! No Volunteer Requirements!
Two ways to sign up; download the Registration form and
Golden Hill Little League
PO Box 5345
Fullerton, CA 92838
New York’s Upper Crust Pizza Fullerton will partner up with GHLL as the 2016 season begins.
As part of the season long fundraising program, we are offering ten percent (10%) back to GHLL on all purchases made by GHLL at New York’s Upper Crust Pizza Fullerton during the entire 2016 season.
Please have all friends and family of players mention Golden Hills Little League when making a purchase and New York Upper Crust will record it towards the fundraising program for the entire duration of the season.
Click here to see the flier.
Some 500 local children gathered at the iconic Unocal Field to take part in the annual Golden Hill Little League Opening Day ceremonies to kick off the spring season and honor last year’s All Star teams that made league history.
Click here to see our Photo Album on Facebook.
During the 2015 All Star Tournament, both the 9/10 and Junior 13/14 All-Stars won the Section 5 championships, a first in league history.
It was also the first time two brothers, Drew Myers and Brett Myers, won Section championships in the same year.
Attending the ceremonies was Fullerton Mayor Jennifer Fitzgerald (who also has children in the league) Councilman Bruce Whitaker, Cal State Fullerton coaches and players, Troy High School baseball team members and other dignitaries.
“Little League baseball is the greatest time in a child’s life and we look forward to this Opening Day ceremony and honoring the Section 5 All-Star winners as well as the 11-12 All-Star team which won the District 56 banner for three straight years,” said Golden Hill President Gary Simkins. “The players, parents, coaches, board members and other league volunteers are very excited to get this season started.”
In addition to honoring the All Stars, the new teams for the 2016 season from T-ball to Juniors were introduced as they took the field.
Have you been envious of your fellow baseball fans comfortably seated in their very own Golden Hill Little League stadium chairs & wondered how to get your hands on one? We have chairs available for the great price of $40/ea. Contact Erin Bedell to arrange payment & delivery. Stadium chairs make excellent team parent and scorekeeper gifts. Supplies are limited, so don't miss out!
Little League baseball, which began in 1939, now has over 2.5 million children participating in all 50 states. Organized sports teach kids teamwork and self-esteem, and give some kids a lifelong passion. Baseball, more than any other sport, allows for the opportunity for even the weakest participants to be in a position to win a big game for his or her team.
These are memories people never forget.
Parents, enjoy it all! Soon enough our kids will be grown and all that we will be left with is the memory of a sunny Saturday afternoon at the park with hundreds of kids in their baseball uniforms beaming with excitement and having the time of their lives!
If you would like to volunteer and be a part of Golden Hill Little League, we have many positions available. Your child's team needs volunteers, and the league needs volunteers and our concession stands need volunteers. Thank you to everyone involved with Golden Hill Little League for making this a wonderful time!
Home of the 2015 9/10, 11/12 and 13/14 District 56 Champions and the 2015 9/10 and 13/14 Section 5 Champions!!!
Promoting the spirit of Little League Baseball.
P.O. Box 5345
Fullerton, California 92838
Member of California's District 56
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