Algoma Little League holds groundbreaking ceremony

Algoma-T-Ball-Machine-PitchSaturday June 8, 2013 Algoma Little League held its ground breaking ceremony for the addition of two new baseball fields. These new fields will be used for Algoma Little League T-Ball and Machine Pitch teams. The fields will be located along side the Jr. Baseball & Minor/Major baseball fields. Currently they have been using temporary fields located behind the Algoma Township offices and a great distance from the rest of the league. The fields are being constructed by Chaney Excavating and Cedar Springs fencing and will be ready for the 2014 season. This will be a great addition to Algoma Sport Park, Algoma Township, and Algoma Little League.

Algoma Little League has already secured four sponsors for this project: Chaney Excavating, Miller Welding & Supply, Rogers Hardware, & Sparta Chevrolet. There is plenty of need for more sponsorships. To help sponsor these fields you should contact Brad Osburn at 616-540-9728 for details and to make a tax exempt contribution. Algoma Little League T-Ball & Machine-pitch fields will be located next to the Jr. Baseball field on the corner of Algoma & 13 Mile Road. We are proud to have athletes from Cedar Springs, Rockford, & Sparta School districts! The total cost of these new fields is approximately $30,000.00, a cost the league and community feels is money well spent!

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