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About Us

Mission Statement

 

To implant firmly in youth the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage, and reverence so that they may be well adjusted, stronger and happier, and will grow to be good, clean, healthy and trustworthy adults.

 

Who
Suburban Athletics is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 organization whose purpose is to provide youth in the Fox Valley a quality baseball program that promotes teamwork, self-esteem, and increase skill knowledge in a safe, non-threatening environment. Our program stresses the following:
  • Fun – we want kids to enjoy coming to baseball practices, games and to develop a lifelong love for the game.
  • Age appropriate baseball skills – Learning how to play the game the right way (which includes fundamentals as well as strategy).
  • Respect – for the game, coaches, teammates, umpires, opponents and spectators (parents).
  • Teamwork and Self-esteem - every player contributing to a team’s success
  • Sportsmanship – knowing how to be good winners and losers.
What
We provide baseball/softball programs for kid’s ages 4-18 in the following divisions:
  • T-Ball – Ages 4-6
  • Girls & Boys  League – Ages 7-8
  • Boys Junior I League – Ages 9-10
  • Boys Junior II League – Ages 11-12
  • Girls League:  Ages 9 - 10
  • Girls League: Ages 11 - 12
  • Girls League: Ages 13 -  14
  • Girls Freshman
  • Girls Varsity
Where

Our primary field locations are at O'Hauser Park with seveal fields located at parks in Neenah, Town of Menasha and Town of Clayton.   We are responsible for the maintenance of the fields (grooming, chalking) as well as funding other improvements made to the fields, such as covering dugouts, purchasing scoreboards, etc.

When

Suburban Athletics has games scheduled on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.  Many constraints are placed on the length of our season, such as weather conditions and end of season tournament timing.   Additionally, there may be practices schedule which are communicated through the team coaches.

Why
Suburban Athletics was founded in 1963 and has been an active part of the community since then.   We strive to provide a quality program while at the same time balancing the small town baseball feel that people have grown accustomed to.
How

Leadership
Suburban Athletics is run by a Board of Directors, all of which are volunteers.   Additionally, several other positions are in place to oversee various aspects of the operations of the organization.   With the rapid growth of our program and the changes we're trying to make to enhance our program and facilities there are additional spots available for others to participate in the leadership of the organization. 

 

Funding
Suburban Athletics is granted 501(c)3 status by the IRS and is a tax exempt organization. The program is funded by player registration fees, sponsors and other fundraising events held throughout the year.

 

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