Friday, 06 July 2012 00:00
On Tuesday, June 26, Roslyn Little League held its annual meeting at which time the following officers were elected for the upcoming year: David Ozer, president; Michelle Brier, executive vice president; Aaron Drucker, secretary; Brian Meyerson, treasurer; and Brett Nussbaum, immediate past president.
In addition, the following individuals round out the executive board of the Roslyn Little League: Steve Mussman, Kraig Fox, Bill DiSanti, Michele Bruck, Chris Mongeluzo, Ira Newman, Jim Tullman, Kevin Lang and Scott Bernstein.
On Saturday, June 16, Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman, Town Councilman Tom Dwyer, Nassau County Legislature Wayne Wink, members of the Roslyn Little League board and other local dignitaries hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Town of North Hempstead Beach Park commemorating the new turf baseball fields that will be home to Roslyn Little League.
Roslyn Little League’s baseball and softball intramural program allows close to 800 local boys and girls a chance to participate, no matter what their skill level. Programs are available for boys and girls ages 4-14.
The Challengers program continues to be a vital part of Roslyn Little League. This year, enrollment was the largest ever between participants and student volunteers. Through the dedication of Marty Litt and Eric Kobrick, children from all over Long Island, regardless of their physical or mental disability, can don a uniform each week and participate in a team sport.