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For Immediate Release
Spring Creek, NV (April 9, 2015) – In a community effort, Ruby Mountain Little League gets the help they need to remodel their Junior field.
Ruby Mountain Little League (RMLL) is a non-profit organization with a board consisting of 11 members, 100 volunteers who help coach, umpire and run concessions. There are over 397 players who make up 37 teams from T-Ball-Junior’s.
“We have been a Chartered Little League since 1986 and have been an important part of the community since then. We do not have the advantage of living in a City and the SCA does not consider any of the fields to be an amenity. They mow the grass and take care of weeds and that is it, because of this we are solely responsible for all of our own bills, from field maintenance to up keeping the dugouts and maintaining the vermin population. We do it all and we could not do any of it without the generous contributions from our community. We, as a Little League, never turn any player away if they cannot afford to play. All children are welcome. But with that comes extra expense’s that we could not pay for without contributions from the community.” – James Wiley, Elko City Parks and Recreation.
RMLL appreciates the generous contributions of time and materials from the community to help get their Junior field looking better and being safer for the players to play on. On Saturday, April 11th (9:00AM – 1:00PM), RMLL invites all who are willing to come down and help prepare the field for this season’s games.
It is admirable that the Elko Park and Recreation Department has the vision to create higher quality playing fields for their junior athletes. These facilities will be enjoyed by many for years to come. Lone Tree is grateful for the opportunity to help the city of Elko and Spring Creek care for their youth sports programs.
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