Back row: Jeff Smith, Mike
Heitman, Jerry Eastham, Ron Kaleta, Wayne Siers, Ron Underwood (Manager) Front row: Dale Schroeder,
Les Bonde, Jim Witkowski, Ray Hensley, Bob Cary Missing: Pierre Boudreau
Sent to the Club 6/10/2014-Letter from CAM
Sun City Grand®
Community Association Management May
TO: Sun City Grand Softball
FROM: Gina Worch, Director of Activities
consumption at the SCG Softball Park
In regards to a meeting that occurred between the SCG
Softball Chartered Club executive board and CAM management concerning the
consumption of liquor at the SCG Softball Park; please be advised of the
Statute § 4-244.40 states that with one exception that does not fit this
inquiry, it is unlawful for a licensee to allow persons to bring spirituous
liquor onto its licensed premises. Because the entire SCG 4,000 acres
(excluding residential areas and the restaurant) are licensed, it is an
actionable violation to allow liquor to be brought onto the licensed
What the above statement to Statute 4-244.40 means is that
the Sun City Grand Community Association Management, Inc. could experience
serious consequences if we allow resident members and their guests to bring
liquor onto association property and consume said liquor unless the liquor is purchased directly from the Sun City Grand
Community Association, Inc. that follows the liquor requirement guidelines of
having a cash or hosted bar.
Please inform your membership that bringing liquor onto the
association property and consuming it is strictly prohibited according to the
association’s liquor license and the statute that upholds it.
Please let me know if you have further questions.
Sent to the Club 5/31/14
Subject: Pitcher Safety
Effective June 1, 2014 for all league play and practice
All pitchers must either
wear a face mask and/or use the pitching screen. If a pitcher chooses to
use the screen only (or in addition to face protection) the
screenguidelines below are in effect:
The following are the
GUIDELINES to be followed when using the screen starting on Monday, June 2nd.
1. If you pitch from the front rubber
the screen is to be placed approx. 6 inches to the left or right of the rubber
and no more than 4 feet toward home plate.
The screen will remain in this position for your entire half of the
2. If you pitch from the back rubber the
screen is to be placed even with the front rubber on either side and no more
than 6 inches away from that rubber.
3. You may move from front rubber to back rubber during each half inning. The screen would stay ahead of the front rubber.
If the guidelines for using a screen and
or a helmet with face mask are not followed there will not be a game.
Effective July 1, 2014 for all league play and practice
pitchers will be required to wear a full fielder/pitcher face mask when pitching to
avoid possible fatal injuries to the temple. We also strongly recommend that the pitching screen be used
for added protection.
Examples of head and face
protective gear will be posted at the field in the next 10 days.
Reference Link for masks: