San Manuel Little League to disband

Residents of San Manuel, I absolutely hate to be the messenger regarding this particular topic. As much as I dislike it, the message still needs to be delivered to the members of our community. Unfortunately, the organization of San Manuel Little League may have seen its final days.

Several circumstances have developed for years regarding the practicality of San Manuel Little League. Some of these circumstances have been, but are not limited to: economics, registration, logistics, and safety. In hope of preventing the termination of San Manuel Little League, an informative meeting is scheduled to take place at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014 in the San Manuel High School Cafeteria where options will be explored and discussed. All residents of San Manuel are welcomed and strongly encouraged to attend.

Again, I strongly encourage members of this community to respond. The fate of San Manuel Little League will depend on the response from our community.

/s/ Brian Brewer

Board Member

San Manuel Little League

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