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Passing of Eileen Joyce Bartorillo
Our thoughts are with All Stars life member John Bartorillo, his brothers Ron and Ray, John's boys Travis and Tyron, and the rest of the family, over the recent passing of their mother/grandmother.
This family is a big part of All Stars' history, and we are deeply sorry to hear about the loss of Joycey.
A service to Celebrate Joyce's Life, will be held on Tuesday 27th September 2016, commencing at 11:00 am, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 118 Brighton Road Sandgate.
Come throw a ball with your Dad on Fathers Day next Sunday 4th September, 3 pm - 5 pm.
All Stars Baseball Club has a junior club training afternoon from 3 pm - 5 pm with a sausage sizzle afterwards. We would like to invite any interested girls and boys who didn't get a chance to attend our come try week-ends to come down and have a throw with their Dad.
See you at the Park
Senior Pre-season Training Starts this Week-end
Further training sessions will posted shortly with days, times and dates.
BE A STAR THIS SUMMER
COME PLAY BALL
The 2016-2017 junior baseball season is fast approaching.
Girls and Boys from 5 years up to 19 years are welcome to Come and Try our great game on one of these following dates and times at Bannister Park, 116 Gerler Road Hendra.
Saturday 6th August- 12pm- 2pm
Sunday 7th August- 11am -1pm
Saturday 13th August- 1pm-4pm
Sunday 14th August- 1pm-3pm
Saturday 20th August-12pm-2pm
Sunday 21st August- 12pm-2pm
For more information, please contact Jodie Moore at email@example.com
Christmas Came Early For All Stars Baseball Club
Queensland Treasurer, Tim Nicholls, visited Bannister Park at Hendra on Wednesday morning to officially announce that Baseball Queensland with the support of All Stars Baseball Club has been successful in securing a grant of $436,000 through the Get Playing Plus Program. The funds will be used to upgrade the park to establish a state training facility, benefitting the whole baseball community. This is one of 24 projects funded across the state. It is hoped that Brisbane City Council will also contribute to the project. The All Stars Baseball Club will continue to operate from the site, partnering with BQ in assisting with the maintenance of the facility.
Mr Nicholls said, "These improvement works will mean Bannister Park can be used for both club and state baseball programs, including coach and umpire accreditation and a Women and Girls development program."
Baseball Queensland CEO, Col Dick added, "This project will improve lighting so we can practise at night, see fencing installed on two diamonds, grandstands and shade structures built for all diamonds, as well as construction of a bull-pen, covered batting cage, two storage sheds, an amenities block and upgrades to the current clubhouse to enable the venue to be a state level playing and administrative centre."
The park's central Brisbane location, close to the airport and Gateway transport hub, extra diamonds and the resident club's demonstration of good governance and the capacity to partner with BQ prompted the development of this project.
Volunteer Rewards and Fees
All Stars is continuing with the volunteer rewards program. Every person who takes on a role within the club, receives recognition and reward for their contribution. For the most part, this will be in the form of a reduction in playing fees. As such, every individual has the ability to choose what their playing fees will be.
You Decide How Much You Pay
For more information on the rewards program, and to apply for a position and Fee Reduction, Click Here.
For this seasons fee structure, please Click Here.
For more information, please contact Jodie Moore.
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