SKILLS & DRILLS INC
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 714
14852 Beadle Lake Rd Battle Creek MI 49014 USA
Battle Creek, MI and the surrounding area have always loved baseball. As the birthplace of Stan Musial baseball the area has supported baseball. (American Amateur Baseball Congress, Founded in 1935, it is now composed of seven (7) different age divisions in the states, Puerto Rico and Canada.) Due to the lack of Adults willing to share baseball and life skills, individuals participating in the AABC have been falling to a low of only 4 teams in the U10 division in 2002. The root problem appeared to be adults not knowing how to share baseball skills with youth. Skills & Drills, INC. was formed in 2003 to get more adults involved so more youth could participate. First we convinced adults of the need. Second we taught them how to run effective practices and run a team including all the incumbent intricacies. Lastly we hit the street to encourage children to participate. We had 95 children involved in 2003 on 8 teams. Enrollment in the U10 division was up to 9 teams in 2003, and we are just starting! We are teaching youth skills through drills to have fun in competitive games recognizing that good sportsmanship and teamwork are essential in character development also.
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Skills and Drills, Inc was established by experienced sportsmen to help young boys gain knowledge of baseball rules and regulations and at the same time get some guidance from someone who has played the game. Any youth can benefit from this non-profit organization. They have acquired some property where they will have ball diamonds and a club house where teaching will take place. They will begin construction as soon as enough funding is acquired.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
interested in creating a well rounded youth who, if not outstanding in the sports area, can experience the thrill of being a part of the sports organization.
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About every six months
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