Youth league drops ball with absurd decision
Gas prices got you ticked off?
Idiots thinking they can text and drive at the same time have you spewing obscenities?
Well, here’s something else sure to shove your blood pressure into the triple digits. Get this: In Pennsylvania a 7-year-old boy wanted to play in his local youth football program. Now, the child has ocular albinism, a rare condition – it affects 1 in 60,000 males – that renders him blind in direct sunlight and requires the use of tinted eye protection whenever he steps outside.
The first NAYS BLOG!
Since this is the first official NAYS Blog, I thought it would be appropriate to highlight our latest project here at NAYS. We have spent the last couple months revamping our National Youth Sports Administrators Association (NYSAA) training program. The program is designed specifically for VOLUNTEER youth sports administrators and the more we thought about how to get the word out about the new program, the more we realized how badly the youth sports world needs this program!
Here at NAYS, we have always looked at youth sports with a top-down approach. The top being the very dedicated recreation professionals who do an amazing job overseeing what is happening on all the public fields in their communities.