2016 SPRING BASEBALL & SOFTBALL EVALUATION WILL BE THIS SATURDAY MARCH 5th. NO EVALUATIONS FOR T-BALL OR 6U SOFTBALL.
COME ANYTIME BETWEEN THE TIMES LISTED.
IF YOU HAVENT REGISTERED PLEASE DO THAT FIRST BEFORE CHILD GOES ONTO FIELD.
7/8 10am-12 A FIELD 8U 10-11am B FIELD
9/10 10am-12 C FIELD 10U 11am-12 B FIELD
11/12 12-2pm C FIELD 12U 12-1PM B FIELD
WE WILL STILL BE TAKING REGISTRATIONS ON THIS DAY. REGISTRATION IS $85
Looking for people interested in being on the board at Hominy Valley. This is your chance to have a say in all decisions. There has been little to no interest from people in being on the board. Go to the staff page to see a list of board positions. Randy Hutchinson will be running for President again but will be looking for someone to take over by 2017. Angie Hutchinson will still be running for Concessions Director but we would like to have 1 more person per sport to help. Any inquires can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or go to staff page and click on email address.
*THE BOARD ROOM IS THE TWO STORY BUILDING LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF THE HOMINY VALLEY BASEBALL FIELDS BEHIND ENKA HIGH SCHOOL.
Touching the Lives of Tomorrow.
Since the leagues inception, it has been managed and funded through the efforts of local volunteers and receives Fantastic Support from Buncombe County Parks and Recreation.
Hominy Valley Recreation Sports - Youth League
Hominy Valley is a non-profit youth league organization that was formed in the early 1960’s to assist in the growth and development of the children in and around the Enka/Candler (Hominy Valley) community. Generation after generation the league has continued to teach and develop our children while providing them with a safe and loving environment, away from the many negative influences our society has grown to know. Hominy Valley is a place where every child can learn, not only "how to play a sport", but how to become physically, mentally, and emotionally stronger through the encouragement they receive as participates in our programs. They learn to function as a team as well as reap the benefits of working hard to be the best they can be. Our efforts with these children influence them for the rest of their lives: the choices they make, the friendships they maintain, and the people they become as they develop into maturing teens and young adults.