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|Spruce Grove Minor Ball is an organization based out of Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada. Our mission is to promote baseball in the Spruce Grove region. Contact information can be found here. |
Spruce Grove AGM - Wednesday November 27 (7PM) at the Agrena Meeting Room
This is an open invitation to anyone interested in becoming involved with Spruce Grove Minor Baseball. In fact, without the participation of the past, current and future volunteers, this organization would cease to exist. This is an opportunity for you to become involved with SGMBA. You can become involved in a multitude of ways, as a member of the executive, a director at large, or just as a member of a group or committee looking after a number of essential tasks and activities.
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Initiation Coaching Clinic
An initiation coaching clinic is being offered in Spruce Grove at Broxton Park School. Please contact Scott Hagel for further information at email@example.com All attending this course must also complete an online portion on baseball alberta website PRIOR to attending this course.
Umpire clinic being held at Broxton Park School in Spruce Grove on the weekend of April 6 and April 7th, 2013 from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Must attend both days. All returning umpires must attend the course each year. For more information please contact Dwight Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gavin Baron Award Winner
SGMBA is proud to announce that the recipient of the 2012 Gavin Baron Award is Ellie Jespersen. Congratulations Ellie!
The Gavin Baron Award is presented annually by SGMBA to a mosquito-aged player in the recreational division who displays enthusiasm, sportsmanship, and passion for the game of baseball. The award was created to remember Gavin Baron, who was a local fixture as a player, assistant coach, batboy, and cheerleader. He loved to be at the diamond to assist his dad and brother's teams. Gavin loved sports, and particularly baseball. He played on the Challengers ball team out of Edmonton with his big brother pushing his wheelchair around the bases, and was also made an honorary member of the Toronto Blue Jays shortly before his death in 2008 at age 11. He always wore a smile, and made everyone around him remember that baseball - and life - is a game and is supposed to be fun.