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P.O. BOX 696
College Park Md. 20740
College Park Md. 20740-0696
College Park Boys & Girls Club
Prince Georges Boys & Girls Club
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City of College Park, Maryland
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COLLEGE PARK B&G CLUB 2014 AWARDS BANQUET Saturday, February 22, 2015
from 2:00 PM to 5:PM
Knights of Columbus Clubhouse 9450 Cherry Hill Rd.
College Park Md. 20740
FOR WILLIAM S. LONGSWORTH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONThe William S. Longsworth Memorial Scholarship is a $2,000.00 non-renewable, tuition grant that may be applied towards college, university, trade or vocational schools tuition expenses. It was established in memory of a Prince George's County educator and past President of the College Park Boys and Girls Club. An eligible candidate must be a youth member of the Club who resides (or resided when membership was established) in College Park or a dependent of an adult member of the College Park Boys & Girls Club who resides (or resided when membership was established) within the boundaries of the College Park Boys & Girls Club. The award is limited to those student in the first two years of post-secondary education. Payment is made directly to the college or school and must be returned to the scholarship committee if the student withdraws from the school during the period for which the grant was awarded. Application is not restricted to students going to a 4-year- college or university nor is a student who is currently receiving or scheduled to receive some other form of tuition assistance disqualified from applying.Eligible candidates should furnish the following information to the Scholarship committee:An official transcript of school records.Two letters of recommendation - one from an adult member of the school or community andone from an adult member of the College Park Boy's and Girls Club (excludes relatives).Verification of acceptance to a post-secondary schoolA completed Longsworth Scholarship application form.Final award selection shall be based on a combination of merit, community service and general character. We emphasize the combination of all three elements since selection is not based exclusively on academic performance or achievement in high school.
Team Moms or Dads
Snack Bar Chair & Workers
· Chair – Buys for the Snack Bar, Schedules workers, Opens & Closes, Works with the Treasurer to account for expenditures and ensures change is available when open and works as needed when volunteers are not available.
· Workers – Usually adult members of the club. Children needing service hours who are 13 or older can work in the snack bar providing they are working with an adult.
Registration Chairperson – responsible for scheduling & advertising registrations, staffing registrations, submitting white registration forms & monies to treasurer after each registration, submitting yellow registration forms to the commissioner of the sport & preparing a list of players with contact information for distribution to the coaches.
Awards Banquet Committee– working with the Social Director to organize the annual awards banquet, review award nominations & select individual winners, develop write-ups for award winners, order awards, arrange for volunteers, facilitate the banquet and set-up & clean up on the day of the event.
Coaches & Assistant Coaches
Guidelines of conduct for youth and adult members of the CPBGCRevised January 20, 2003
The College Park Boys and Girls Club, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that is completely run and maintained by unpaid volunteers, usually parents of youth participants. It aims to
teach all youth members to understand and practice the principles of sportsmanship, fair play and good citizenship. Because it is a
growing organization dealing with boys and girls aged 5 until their teenage years, it is imperative that we all work together to fulfill the aims of the organization which will eventually lead to the development of our youth participants as well as our community.
These guidelines will complement the Club's adult volunteers Code of Ethics.
Expectations from parents or guardians include:
1. Unless other arrangements are made, parents or guardians should bring their kids to practices and games on time, and promptly pick them up from practices or games. Note that coaches are volunteers who are usually also parents and it would be too burdensome for them to provide post-activity care for your children.
2. Promote sportsmanship on the field, during practices or games, by cheering for your children. Leave the coaching to the coaches, or the calls to the referees.
3. Refrain from verbally chastising your kids while at play, it will only confuse them.
4. Help keep the playgrounds clean.
5. Get involved by volunteering. The Club offers many opportunities for
involvement and is always looking for help. (Note that the Club requires a minimum number of volunteer hours from all member families.)
Expectations from youth participants include:
1. Strive to behave your best at all times. Sports is not all about winning. It includes relating well with others, cheering for your team mates, and showing good sportsmanship when your team loses.
2. Do not engage in behaviors that will hurt others.
3. Respect your coach and other members of your team.
4. Take care of your sports gears, and do not take anything that does not belong to you.
5. Help keep the fields and other places of activities clean and free of litter.
The Club has a growing number of membership coming from a highly diversified community. Volunteers will always strive to treat all members, youth and adult, fairly and responsibly. In cases when complaints cannot be handled satisfactorily on the field, the following procedure will be followed:
1. Encourage parties involved in explaining the nature of complaints by
writing to the Board of Directors.
2. The Board of Directors will invite the parties involved, including the team coach, to a hearing which will be attended by a majority of the Board of Directors. This will be followed by a closed session of the Board of Directors to decide on appropriate course of actions. If not all involved parties are present, the Board will make sure to communicate with those other parties to be fully informed of the incidents presented in the complaint. The Board will later inform, by written communication, all the parties involved regarding decisions made.
3. If necessary, the Club may impose disciplinary actions on the part of the youth participant. The following steps will be taken:
A. First offense - the player is given a verbal warning by the
Coach and coupled with a "sit- out" in one game.
Second offense - the player is suspended from playing for a
specific length of time as determined by the Coach, the Commissioner and/or Athletic Director, and approved by the Board of Directors.
Third offense - the youth player will be excluded from
participation in any sports activities for the remainder of the season or a longer period of time to be determined by the Commissioner and/or Athletic Director, and approved by the Board of Directors.
In all three situations, the player's parents or guardians will be
notified in writing about the disciplinary actions and reasons for such.
By-Laws of the College Park Boys and Girls Club, IncorporatedApproved February 1991.
Amended November 1994; April 16, 2001; November 16, 2004.ARTICLE I – NAMEThe name of this organization shall be the College Park Boys and Girls Club, Incorporated.ARTICLE II – PURPOSESection 1. OBJECTIVE: The objective of this organization is to promote the highest standards in physical fitness, mental alertness, social living, and educational and cultural values. The aim is to teach all youth members to understand and practice the principles of sportsmanship, fair play, and good citizenship. The fulfillment of this objective promises a better future for our community and for our country.Section 2. OPPORTUNITIES: The organization will make available to all youth members a program of various county, county intramural, and intramural athletic and social activities.ARTICLE III – MEMBERSHIPSection 1. YOUTH: Any boy or girl who resides within the area prescribed by the Prince George’s County Boys and Girls Club, Inc., in accordance with its apportionment plan, having reached his/her fourth (4th) birthday prior to January 1 of the current year, and who is between the ages of four (4) and eighteen (18) inclusive, and who has paid the annual prescribed dues for the current year. (Amended November, 1994)
Section 2. ADULT, VOTING: Anyone eighteen (18) years or over, who resides within the area prescribed by the Prince George’s County Boys and Girls Club, Inc., in accordance with its apportionment plan and/or who has a child currently participating in the College Park Boys and Girls Club and has paid the prescribed dues for the current year, will become an adult voting member of the organization. (Amended November 16, 2004)
Section 3. ADULT, NON-VOTING: Adults who do not meet criteria in Section 2, but wish to volunteer with the Club should be registered under this section. In certain cases, a youth (15 years or older) may be registered as an adult member, but will not have a voting status or be eligible to run or hold an elected position until their eighteenth (18th) birthday.(Amended November 16, 2004)Section 4. HONORARY: Honorary non-voting memberships may be extended, at the discretion of the Board of Directors, upon the recommendation of any adult member.Section 5. LIFETIME: In the event of the death of a parent or guardian of a youth member, the organization may grant a lifetime membership for the youth members(s) of that family. This special membership will remain in effect until the youth member reaches his or her age
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imit or until the youth(s) are legally adopted. The organization reserves the right to withdraw the lifetime membership upon discovery of a new guardianship.ARTICLE IV - MEMBERSHIP FEESMembership fees will be determined by the Board of Directors and approved by the General Membership. Any changes to the membership fees shall constitute an amendment, and be subject to Article XIII of these by-laws.ARTICLE V. MEETINGSSection 1. GENERAL MEMBERSHIP: A General Membership Meeting will be held within ninety (90) day of any proposed amendments to these by-laws, for the purpose of acting upon said proposal(s), and, unless otherwise specified by the voting membership or by the Board of Directors, a regular General Membership meeting of the organization will be held quarterly.Adult members will be notified in writing of all General Membership meetings at least thirty (30) days prior to each meeting.General membership meetings will be presided over by the Executive Officers.Fifteen (15) adult voting members shall constitute a quorum for the general membership meeting.Section 2. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Unless otherwise specified by the voting membership or by the Board of Directors, a regular Board of Directors meeting will be held monthly.Five (5) Board of Directors members shall constitute a quorum.(Amended November 16, 2004)The general membership may attend but cannot address the Board without formal recognition.Section 3. SPECIAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Special Board of Directors meetings shall be called by the President, if necessary, or upon written petition of five (5) or more Board Members. A written petition shall be presented to the board no fewer than five (5) days prior to the Special Board of Directors Meeting. The petition shall be signed by all petitioners including the five (5) board members. The time, location, and date of the Special Board of Directors Meeting shall be determined by the President or designee and shall be announced to all board members and interested parties. The presence of two-thirds (2/3) or more of the serving Board Members shall be required to constitute a quorum.Prior to any vote taken at the Special Board of Directors Meeting and after presentation of the written petition and related documents, the President or designee shall call for a “Closed Meeting” with only Board Members in attendance. The petitioners, unless Board Members,
will be asked to leave the special meeting while voting takes place on any of the motions. Any motion being voted on shall be in the form of a secret ballot.Result of the vote will be announced immediately to the petitioners. All decisions of the Board will be final unless another motion on the subject is introduced and voted upon at a future board meeting.Section 4. SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP: Special general membership meetings may be called at any time by the President, and must be called upon written petition of fifteen (15) voting members with ten (10) days of the receipt of the petition.Section 5. COMMITTEE: Committee meetings will be called by the Committee Chair or President as needed.Section 6. RULES OF ORDERS: Meetings will be governed by “Roberts Rules of Order” (latest edition) unless specifically covered herein.A Board Member (with the exception of the President or Acting Chairperson) shall assume the responsibilities of parliamentarian and that the Parliamentarian shall enforce the Roberts Rules of Order (or set of abbreviated rules) at all board, special, and general membership meetings. The Parliamentarian shall establish predetermined time limits and rules for conduct.Section 7. REGULAR ORDER OF BUSINESS: The following shall be the regular order of business at all General Membership meetings of the College Park Boys and Girls Club, Incorporated.Reading of the MinutesTreasurer’s ReportGirls Athletic Director’s ReportBoys Athletic Director’s ReportCommittee ReportsOld BusinessNew BusinessAdjournmentARTICLE VI - MANAGEMENTSection 1. EXECUTIVE OFFICERS: The Executive Officers of the organization will be President, Vice-President, Recording/Corresponding Secretary, and Treasurer.Executive Officers will be elected by the voting membership to serve a one (1) year term.Section 2. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: The Board of Directors shall consist of the Executive Officers, the immediate Past President, six (6) Board Members, and the Boys Athletic Director, Girls Athletic Director, Equipment Director, and Social Director.
Board Members are to be elected by voting membership to serve a staggered two (2) year term. (Amended November, 1994)
Boys Athletic Director, Girls Athletic Director, Equipment Director, and Social Director are to be elected by voting membership to serve a one (1) year term. (Amended November, 1994)
Section 3. ELIGIBILITY OF ELECTED OFFICIALS: Only those individuals who have been enrolled as adult voting members for at least three (3) months prior to nomination and election, will be eligible to hold an official office in the organization.
Section 4. DUTIES OF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS:PRESIDENT: The President shall preside at all general membership, executive officers and board of directors meetings. The President may only cast a vote to resolve a tie vote and as a member in the general elections. The President shall perform all other duties usually pertaining to that office.VICE PRESIDENT: The Vice President shall act as an aide to the President, and shall perform all duties of the President in the absence of that officer in case of incapacity to perform the duties of this office, until such time as the President can resume normal duties. In the event of a vacancy to the President’s office, the Vice President will assume the office of President. (Amended November, 1994)
SECRETARY: The Secretary shall keep accurate minutes and attendance of all executive officers, board of directors, membership, and special meetings of the organization. The Secretary shall be responsible for all correspondence of the organization.TREASURER: The Treasurer shall receive all monies for the organization and deposit all funds in such banks as designated by the Board of Directors in the name of the College Park Boys and Girls Club, Inc.; shall keep a detailed account of all receipts and disbursements and submit same for audit at the first meeting of the new Board of Directors or as soon as possible after election.ATHLETIC DIRECTORS: The Athletic Directors are responsible for overseeing all athletic programs, and for selecting commissioners for all sports. The Athletic Directors have specific duties to acquire field time permits, gym usage times, etc., and to provide umpire/referee services for all related programs.The Athletic Directors are responsible for insuring that all coaches obtain necessary training and/or certificates.The Athletic Directors are responsible for preparing and submitting budget related items as well as making monthly reports to the Board of Directors.The Athletic Directors are responsible for maintaining the Code of Ethics and to review and respond to complaints. (Amended November, 1994)
EQUIPMENT DIRECTOR: The Equipment Director is responsible for purchasing, maintaining, distributing, collecting, inventorying, storing, and disposing of all athletic equipment, uniforms, medical kits, and supplies. The Equipment Director shall make plans for effective return of athletic equipment, uniforms, and medical kits on loan to players and/or coaches. (Amended November 16, 2004)
The Equipment Director must prepare and submit a budget for all related items.SOCIAL DIRECTOR: The Social Director is responsible for planning the awards banquets, and other social activities as approved by the Board of Directors. The Social Director must prepare and submit a budget for all social activities. (Amended November 16, 2004)
At the expiration of term of office, all officers and chairpersons shall deliver to their successors any books, papers, and other property of the organization in their possession.Section 5. If the President resigns, he forfeits his seat and vote as immediate past president on the Board of Directors.ARTICLE VII - ELECTIONSSection 1. The Nominating Committee shall solicit all available nominees from the eligible voting members for each office. No member of the Nominating Committee may be nominated by action of the Nominating Committee. Additional nominations may be made from the floor at the elections.The chairperson shall investigate each candidate as to their eligibility, and membership status. Members of the Nominating Committee must relinquish their position on the committee to be eligible for nomination.Each candidate presented by the Nominating Committee will sign a statement to confirm that he/she is a candidate for the position nominated. Individuals nominated from the floor during the regular November Membership Meeting must be present at the time of their nomination.Section 2. Elections shall be conducted by the President or designee at the regular General Membership meeting in November of each year.Section 3. Voting shall be by secret ballot. No proxy or absentee votes will be allowed. All votes will be counted at the same time. The candidate(s) for each office receiving the most votes for the office shall be declared duly elected.Adult memberships accepted after September 1st will be ineligible to vote in the current year elections.
Section 4. Except for the President, vacancies among the officers shall be filled for the unoccupied term by a majority vote of the Members of the Board of Directors present at any meeting of the Board of Directors.ARTICLE VIII - COMMITTEESThe President shall appoint from time to time, with the approval of the Board of Directors, those committee chairpersons deemed necessary to carry out the activities of the Club.The President shall be a member, ex officio, of all committees.All committees shall operate under the supervision of the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is responsible for approving and adopting any committee recommendations.Minutes of committee meetings shall be kept and written reports filed with the Board of Directors by the committee chairperson, upon completion of the activity.ARTICLE IX - FINANCESection 1. BUDGET: A budget covering anticipated receipts and expenses for the coming year shall be prepared by the Budget Committee. The budget will be approved by the Board of Directors and submitted for approval to the membership at the first membership meeting each year. (Amended November, 1994)Section 2. FUNDS MAINTENANCE: Funds needed for the day-to-day operations of the organization shall be kept on deposit in a checking account. Additional funds to be invested by the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Directors, are to be maintained in insured, interest bearing securities or accounts. All funds are to be deposited in any bank having an office in the State of Maryland.Section 3. SUPPLEMENTAL EXPENDITURES: Supplemental expenditures over one hundred ($100.00) dollars may be made from time to time only by the Board of Directors, as required, provided the funds are available.Section 4. EMERGENCY EXPENDITURES: Expenditures of one hundred ($100.00) or less must be approved by the President before they are incurred.Section 5. ANNUAL AUDIT: The President shall appoint three qualified persons to audit the Treasurer’s records each year.Section 6. All monies received by, solicited for, or donated to the College Park Boys and Girls Club, Incorporated, for a specify activity or sport must be approved by the Board of Directors prior to any such action being taken. (Amended, April 16, 2001)
ARTICLE X - DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS
Section 1. REMOVAL OF MEMBERS: For any cause detrimental to the welfare of the organization, any adult or youth member may be removed from office and/or membership in the organization, by resolution submitted by the Board of Directors in writing at a general membership meeting, and passed by a two-thirds (2/3) majority of voting members attending said meeting.Section 2. REMOVAL OF OFFICERS: Two (2) consecutive absences from board meetings, without good cause, may result in any Officer being removed from office, and the office being declared vacant, upon the action of the Board of Directors.Section 3. NOTIFICATION: Any disciplinary action can only be effected after due consideration and ample opportunity has been given the individual to be heard.Section 4. CODE OF ETHICS: All members of the College Park Boys and Girls Club shall follow the “Code of Ethics” and “Guidelines of Conduct for Youth and Adult Members of the CPBGC” as set forward by the Board of Directors. Copies of the “Code” and “Guidelines” will be disseminated to each club member and will be subject to review on an annual basis. (Amended November 16, 2004)
ARTICLE XI - POLICYPolicies of the organization which set forth regulations for the operation of the organization shall govern the members of the organization when not inconsistent with the charter and the by-laws thereof. The Board of Directors sets and approves all policies.Any policies developed and implemented by any director or committee should be reviewed on an annual basis.ARTICLE XII. SPORTS RULES AND STANDARDSA set of Club rules and standards shall be written and implemented (by the sports commissioners and a select committee to include coaches of the specific sport) in each sport of the College Park Boys and Girls Club. These rules shall be established as a working document in each sport and shall include guidelines for rules, standards, ethics, waivers (if appropriate exceptions to the rules), etc. These rules and standards once approved by the Board of Directors shall be disseminated to all concerned parties including coaches, parents, scorekeepers, etc., prior to the start of the specific season and be implemented at the beginning of the season.ARTICLE XIII. AMENDMENTSThese By-Laws may be amended at any General Membership meeting of this organization upon the affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the voting members present, provided that any proposed amendments have been posted on the website at least thirty (30) days prior tothe meeting at which the action will be taken or that such action is contemplated.(Amended November, 1994; November 16, 2004)
2 YR Elected Board Member
1 YR Elected Board Member
Girls Athletic Director
ATHLETIC DIRECTORS: The Athletic Directors are responsible for overseeing all athletic programs, and for selecting commissioners for all sports. The Athletic Directors have specific duties to acquire field time permits, gym usage times, etc., and to provide umpire/referee services for all related programs. The Athletic Directors are responsible for insuring that all coaches obtain necessary training and/or certificates. The Athletic Directors are responsible for preparing and submitting budget related items as well as making monthly reports to the Board of Directors. The Athletic Directors are responsible for maintaining the Code of Ethics and to review and respond to complaints.
The Equipment Director is responsible for purchasing, maintaining, distributing, collecting, inventorying, storing, and disposing of all athletic equipment, uniforms, medical kits, and supplies. The Equipment Director shall make plans for effective return of athletic equipment, uniforms, and medical kits on loan to players and/or coaches. The Equipment Director must prepare and submit a budget for all related items.
The Social Director is responsible for planning the awards banquets, and other social activities as approved by the Board of Directors. The Social Director must prepare and submit a budget for all social activities.
BOARD MEMBERS (1 & 2 YEAR TERMS):
A Board Member is responsible for supporting activities in the club and assisting the board of directors on decision making.
The President shall preside at all general membership, executive officers and board of directors meetings. The President may only cast a vote to resolve a tie vote and as a member in the general elections. The President shall perform all other duties usually pertaining to that office.
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VICE PRESIDENT: The Vice President shall act as an aide to the President, and shall perform all duties of the President in the absence of that officer in case of incapacity to perform the duties of this office, until such time as the President can resume normal duties. In the event of a vacancy to the President’s office, the Vice President will assume the office of President.
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The Treasurer shall receive all monies for the organization and deposit all funds in such banks as designated by the Board of Directors in the name of the College Park Boys and Girls Club, Inc.; shall keep a detailed account of all receipts and disbursements and submit same for audit at the first meeting of the new Board of Directors or as soon as possible after election.
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3/4 Grade Soccer
14U Spring 2014
12U Spring 2014
ABBOTT DRIVE 7.5 (Silver Hill) North Barnaby Rec 5000 Wheeler Rd., Hillcrest Heights, Md. Beltway I-95/495 South. Take exit 4BEast (St. Barnabas Rd.) towards Marlow Hgts. At Second traffic light make left on Wheeler Road. Past Owen Road on Left. Make 1 st right on Abbott Drive. Follow to field on left. p.23.K.1.ACREDALE (Beltsville) 4300 Metzerott Road, College Park, Md. Beltway I-95/495 Exit #25, take Route 1 (Baltimore Blvd.) right on University Blvd. toward U of MD; turn left on Metzerott Rd. to field on the left. Field #1 is just past swimming pool. Field #2 is across a small bridge at the end of the road. (Page 7/E-8)ADELPHI PARK Take 1-495 to exit 28 (Rt. 650 New Hampshire Ave South) At the 2nd light make a left onto Adelphi Road. Go through the light at Riggs Road, Make 1st left onto Cherokee St. Go to end of street, Make right onto 26th Ave into Park.ALLEN POND # I, II & III 3330 North View Drive, Bowie - Beltway I-95/495 exit #19, Rt. 50 east toward Annapolis. Rt. 50 to Coilington Road (Rt.197) exit south to right on Mitchellville Road to its 3000 block and entrance to fields. (Page 15/E-7)AMERICAN LEGION POST 60 (LAUREL) Beltway to the B/W Parkway. Go north on the parkway until you get to Rt. 197 towards Laurel. When you get to the intersection of Rts 1 97 & 198 go straight across (Irving Street). Follow Irving St. to the dead end (Lafayette Ave) and turn right. Follow Lafayette Ave to the light at the MARC train station and turn right. The street will end in parking log of American Legion Post 60.ANDREWS AFB SENIOR FIELD #2 (Andrews) Beltway exit #9, to Allentown Rod. To Andrews AFB Main Gate located at intersection of Allentown and Suitland roads. Enter main gate, make right onto Permineter at first stop sign. Proceed to Second stop sing. Turn left onto Menoher Avenue. Go to third street on right, make right into parking lot, field located on right behing building #1190.ANDREWS AFB #1 (Andrews) Follow directions for AAFB Senior field onto the base. Make a right on Perimeter Rd. to a left on Menoher Drive to the 3rd street on the right, field is on the left. (Page 25/B-5)ANDREWS AFB #3, 4 &5 (Andrews) Beltway exit #9, to Allentown Road to Andrews AFB Main Gate located at intersection of Allentown and Suitland roads. Enter main gate, make right onto Perimeter at first stop sign. Proceed to second stop sign. Continue to third street on left, turn left onto San Antonio Boulevard. Go to stop sign. Proceed straight, fields located on left.ANDREWS SOFTBALL #1 Beltway exit #9, to Allentown Road to Andrews AFB Main Gate located at intersection of Allentown and Suitland roads. Enter main gate, make right onto Perimeter at first stop sign. Proceed to second stop sign. Turn left onto Menoher Avenue. Go to third street on right, make right into parking lot, field located on left behind building #1190.ANDY BROWN 3330 Northview Drive, Bowie - Beltway I-95/495 exit #19, Rt. 50 east to Rt. 197 Coilington Road south, make first right, follow road to Bowie Ice Skating Rink, field on right. (Page 15/E-7)ARDMORE PARK 9301 Ardmore Rd., Landover - Beltway I-95/495 exit #19, Rt. 50 east to first exit Martin Luther King Blvd. Rt. 704, south toward Glenarden a left on Ardmore Road to field on your left. (Page 13/H-8)
BAYSOX STADIUM (Bowie) Take Beltway 95 to Route 50 east. Take 3/301 south exit. Follow sign to Baysox Stadium. The Baysox Stadium is behind the new Home Depot in Bowie.BECKETT FIELD (New Carrollton) 8511 Legation Road, New Carrollton - Beltway I-95/495 to Exit #20 Route #450 Annapolis Road towards Bladensburg. Turn right on 85th Ave to fields located behind City Hall Building. p.8.d.12.BELTSVILLE #1 & #2 (BELTSVILLE REC.) 4500 Powder Mill Road, Beltsville - Beltway I-95/495 exit #25, Route 1 toward Laurel. North on Rt. 1 to Montgomery Road, left on MontgorrCery Rd. to STOP sign at Kenny St., go 1/4 block to park entrance on the left. (Page 3/F13)BELTSVILLE #3 & #4 (COMMUNITY CENTER/SELLMANROAD REC) 3900 Sellman Road, Beltsville - Beltway I-95/495 exit #25, Route 1 south toward College Park. South on Rt. 1 to Cherry Hill Rd. Right on Cherry Hill Rd. to Sellman Rd. Right on Sellman Rd. to Beltsville CC entrance on the left. (Page 7/E-2)BERWYN HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CENTER 6200 Pontiac Street, Berwyn Heights - Beltway I-95/495 exit #23, Rt. 201, Kenilworth Avenue, south. Go under overpass, right at first traffic signal onto Pontiac St., CC and field are on the right (Page 7/H-10)BERWYN HEIGHTS SPORTS PARK INDIAN CREEK REC. Beltway I-95/495 exit #23, Rt. 201, Kenilworth Ave, south. Right on Pontiac St. to left on 58th Ave. Take 58th Ave. to right on Berwyn Rd. to field on the left. (Page 7/G-10)BIRCHWOOD REC 1331 Fenwood Avenue, Oxon Hill- Beltway I-95/495 exit 3, Rt. 210, Indian Head Highway toward D.C. Right on Livingston Rd. (1st light) then left on Crisfield Drive to a left on Dunwoody ave to field on the left. (Page23/G-3)BLACK SOX FIELD (South Bowie) Beltway I-95/495 exit #19, Rt.50 east toward Annapolis, to exit #11, Rt. 197 stay to the right on the exit. Right on Mitchellville Road to field on the left. (Page 15/F-10)BLACK SOX PARK (fields #1, #2, #3 & #4) (SouthBowie) Beltway I-95/495 exit #19, Rt.50 east toward Annapolis, to exit #11, Rt. 197 stay to the right on the exit. Right on Mitchellville Road to field on the left. (Page 15/F-1O)BOWIE ANNEX Belair Drive & Stafford Lane - Beltway I-95/495 exit#19, Rt 50 east toward Annapolis, to exit #11, Rt. 197 stay to the left on the exit and make a left at the light at Rt. 197. Right at light on Rt. 450, right on Belair Dr., Bowie Annex will be on the left (approx. 1/2 mile). (Page 15/C-1)BRADBURY REC (Bradbury Heights) 2301 Ewing Street, Bradbury Heights, Md. Beltway I-95/495 to Exit #11 west Rt. 4, Pennsylvania Avenue (towards DC), to a left on Silver Hill Road, right on Suitland Road, right on Ewing Avenue to park. p.18.e.8.BRADEN FIELD 25 Crescent Road, Greenbelt, Md. Beltway I-95/495 to Exit #23 Kenilworth Avenue north to right on Crescent Road. Follow Crescent Road to Library on right Turn into library parking lot. Fields located at rear of parking lot p.8.c.8.
BROOKVIEW PARK Take 1-495 to exit 28 (Rt. 650 New Hampshire Ave South) At 1st light make a right on Oakview Drive. Follow Oakview Drive for about 1/2 mile, turn right on Hedin Drive, Turn left on Corliss Street, Park entrance will be on your right next to Oakview Pool.
CALVERTON/GALWAY FIELD Take the Beltway North to New Hampshire Ave North, Stay on New Hampshire Ave to 29 North towards White Oak 29 North, Turn right onto Fairland Road, Field on the right.
CHEVERLY TOWN PARK #1 & #2 (Cheverly) 6401 Forest Road, Cheverly - Beltway I-95/495 exit #17, Rt. 202, Landover Road toward Bladensburg. Rt. 202 to left on Cheverly Ave. to left on Forest Road. Turn right at Kerley-Anderson Community Center sign, then 1st left. Fields are at the bottom of the hill. (Page 12/J-9)
CLINTON SPORTS PARK (CLINTON BOYS/GIRLS ATHLETIC COMPLEX) From Beltway I-95/495 Exit #7A south on Rt. 5 Branch Ave. Travel 4.1 miles to Woodyard Road exit Rt. 223. Take Woodyard Road for 1.6 miles, turn left into Surratts Library parking lot. The fields are behind the library, p.31.h.1.
COLMAR MANOR 3200 37th Avenue, Colmar Manor - Beltway I-95/495 exit #20, Rt. 450, Annapolis Road toward Bladensburg. Rt. 450 past Peace Cross bear left on Bladensburg Road to left on 38th Ave., before Ft. Lincoln Cemetery, to STOP sign; right on 37th Ave. to fields behind Colmar Elementary School. (Page 12/C-8)
COSCA REGIONAL PARK 11110 Thrift Road, Clinton - Beltway I-95/495 exit #7, Rt. 5 Branch Avenue, south toward Waldorf. Rt.5 to right on Woodyard Rd. to left on Brandywine Road, left on Thrift Rd., right at wooden sign into park. (Page 31/J-4)
DISTRICT HGTS. MUN. CTR. 2000 Marbury Drive, District Heights, Md. Beltway I-95/495 to Exit #11, take Rt. 4, Pennsylvania Avenue towards D.C. Right at first light on Forestville Rd., left on Marlboro Pike to right on Kipling Parkway to left on Marbury Drive to Municipal Center. p.19.c.7.
DUKES, CHARLES A JR. Watkins Regional Park 301 Watkins Park Drive, Upper Marlboro - Beltway I-95/495 exit #15, Rt. 214 Central Avenue east to Watkins Park Drive (sign says Enterprise Road - Rt. 556/193). Right on Watkins Park Drive to entrance to park on the right. (Page 20/F-3)
DUVALL FIELD (College Park) 9200 Rhode Island Ave., College Park, Md. Beltway I-95/495 to Exit #25, Route 1 south to first light, make a left on Edgewood Road to right on Rhode Island Ave. field is on your left. p.7.f.6.
DUVAL SR. HIGH 9880 Good Luck Road, Lanham - Beltway I-95/495 exit #23, Rt. 201, Kenilworth Avenue south following signs to Bladensburg and Greenbelt Rd. NASA. On Kenilworth Ave. move immediately to the right and take the exit ramp for Greenbelt Rd. (Rt. 193). On the ramp move to the left lanes and turn left on Greenbelt Rd at the light. Greenbelt Rd. to Good Luck Rd. Right on Good Luck Rd. School is on your immediate right. (Page 8/J-11)
Enfield Chase - Northview Drive, Bowie, MD PG/Bowie
Take the Beltway to Route 50 (John Hanson Highway) East and proceed approximatley 6 miles to Route 197 (Collington Road) South. Follow to first stoplight and turn right onto Northview Dr. Enfield Chase is about .5 mile on the left on Northview Drive
EUCLID STREET PARK 5600 Euclid Street, Cheverly - Beltway I-95/495 exit #19, Rt. 50 west toward D.C. exit at Rt 202, Landover Rd. and stay to the right off the exit. Left on Cheverly Avenue (3rd light) to right on Forest Road, to left on Crest Avenue to right on Euclid St. Right at brown M-NCPPC sign. (Page 12/G-9)
FAIRHAVEN FIELD: SEE MARLTON PARK
FAIRLAND-GREENCASTLE PARK Take Beltway (I-95/495) to I-95 North (toward Baltimore) Take Exit 29 (Rt. 212) East towards Beltsville. At the 1st light make a left onto Old Gunpowder Road. Go about 3 miles, Make a left onto Greencastle Road. Go about 1 mile, fields are on the right.
FAIRLAND CENTER 133313 Old Columbia Pike, Silver Spring - Take the Beltway North towards Silver Spring Take Route 29 - Columbia Pike North exit, go about 4 or 5 miles and as soon as you pass the Bell Atlantic Facility turn Left on Fairland Rd, go one block to Old Columbia Pike, Fairland Center is on the corner of Fairland Rd. and Columbia Pike.
FAIRLAND REGIONAL PARK 13800 Old Gunpowder Road, Laurel- Beltway I-95/495 exit #25, Rt 1 north toward Laurel. Left on Powder Mill Road. To right on Old Gunpowder Rd. to park on the left. (Page 3/G-7)
FLETCHER'S FIELD (Bladensburg) 5200 Kenilworth Ave., Riverdale, Md. Beltway I-95/495 to Exit #23, take Kenilworth Ave south towards Bladensburg to 7th traffic signal, right at signal to field, p.12.f.4
FIELD OF DREAMS (RIVERDALE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB) Beltway I-95/495 exit #23, Rt. 201 Kenilworth Avenue toward Bladensburg. Right at the light at River Road, left on River Tech Center (2nd left), and follow to the fields across from the Department of Commerce. p.12/F-1
FOXHILL #1, #2, #3 (Bowie) 4901 Collington Road, Bowie - Beltway I-95/495 exit #1 9, Rt. 50 east toward Annapolis, to exit #11, Rt.197, stay to the left on the exit and make a left at the light. Foxhill is the 1st right past Tasker Middle School. (Page 15/C-3)
FRIENDLY HIGH SCHOOL (Allentown) 10000 Allentown Road, Ft. Washington, Md. 20744 Beltway I-95/495 I-95/495 to Route 5, Exit #7A Branch Avenue south to right on Allentown Road, school is on your left. p.30.j.2.
FRIENDS FIELD (College Park) Beltway I-495 exit 25 south on US Route 1 towards Univ of Maryland. Proceed 2.5 miles past the University and College Park Shopping center, then left (east) on Calvert Rd. Friends School is about 300 ft on the right. Park in the school lot, the field is around the back of the school. P.7.E.12.
FT. WASHINGTON FOREST 1300 Fillmore Road, Ft. Washington - Beltway I-95/495 exit #3, Rt 210, Indian Head Hwy. south, to Livingston Road - follow sign "Ft. Washington Forest Park & Elementary School," right on Monroe Ave. to right on Taylor to left on Harrison Ave. to right on Fillmore, follow to park on right passing the Elementary School. (Page 30/G-9)
GLENARDEN CC 8615 McLain Avenue, Glenarden; Md. Beltway I-95/495 exit #19 east on Rt. 50 to south on Martin Luther King Highway to left on Glenarden Parkway, right McLain Avenue to Center on your right, p. 13.e.8.
GOOD HOPE COMMUNITY CENTER Beltway north to route 29 north (Colesville Rd.) To left on Briggs Chaney Rd. Left on Good Hope Rd., field on left.
GREEN MEADOWS 6100 Sligo Parkway, Hyattsville - Beltway I-95/495 exit #20, Rt 450, Annapolis Rd. toward New Carrollton, right at Riverdale Road. Left on 19th Place (just after merge with Ager Road) which turns into Sligo Parkway. Fields on the right. (Page 11/H-2)
HALL'S FIELD Take Route 50 East towards Annapolis to exit 424 Davidsonville Rd. Turn to the right off exit, take a left onto 214 (Central Ave). Take Route 214 east 1.7 miles to Brick Church Rd. and turn right, field on the right.
HENSON CREEK 5400 Temple Hills Road, Oxon Hill - Beltway I-95/495 exit #7, Rt. 5, Branch Ave. toward Waldorf, exit at Rt. 337 Allentown Rd. toward Camp Springs, to right on Temple Hills Rd. Go 1 mile to Rec. Center (Page 24/D-5)
HEURICH #1, #2, #3 6001 Ager Road, Hyattsville - Beltway I-95/495 exit #23, Rt. 201, Kenilworth Ave. toward Bladensburg. Rt. 201 to right on East-West Hwy. (Rt. 410) past Prince George's Plaza to left on 23rd Ave. to left on Ager Rd. to left onto access road to the fields. (Page 11/J-2)
HIGHBRIDGE PARK 6800 Highbridge Road, Bowie - Beltway I-95/495 exit #20, Rt. 450, Annapolis Rd. toward Bowie, to left on Highbridge Rd. 1.7 miles to Rec. Center. (Page 9/J-11)
HIGH POINT HIGH SCHOOL · 3601 Powder Mill Road, Beltsville - Beltway I-95/495 exit #27 I-95 north to Baltimore, to Powder Mill Road exit toward Calverton. Powder Mill Rd. to school on the left. (Page 7/D-1)
HOLLOWAY PARK 9911 Rosaryville Road, HollowaY Estates - Beltway I-95/495 to Route 301 South. Right on Rosaryville Rd to left on Rhodenda Ave. to the park. (Page 33/B-2)
KENMOOR MIDDLE SCHOOL 2500 Kenmoor Drive, Landover- Beltway I-95/495 exit #17, Rt. 202 Landover Road, toward Landover. Right at light on Kenmoor Drive. (Page 13/E-9)
KENTLAND REC: 2527 Prince George's Avenue, Landover, Maryland - Beltway I-95 to Exit 17, take Rt. 202 (Landover Road) toward DC. Take Landover Road to Martin Luther King Hgwy. (Rt. 704) South toward Seat Pleasant, make a right on Columbia Park Road about 1 mile to field on right
KETTERING REC #1 100 Castleton Drive, Kettering - Beltway I-95/495 exit #15, Rt 214 Central Avenue, east. Exit at Rt.202, (Follow sign to P.G. Community College). Make a Uturn at the first left past Largo Sr. HS., double back approx. 1/4 mile, make first right onto Castleton Drive, second right to field. (Kettering Park/School) (Page 20/B-2)
KING'S GRANT Beltway I-95/495 exit #11, Rt. 4, Pennsylvania Ave. toward Upper Marlboro. Take the Ritchie/Marlboro Road exit (this is the new exit on the left side of the road) and at the stop sign make a left. Then proceed to 4 way stop and turn right on Old Marlboro Pike. First light make a left at Brown Sation Rd, to left on Fenway Lane into King's Grant community. Follow brown M-NCPPC signs to field on the left. (Page 26/J-1 )
LANDOVER HILLS REC (Glenridge-Woodlawn) 6904 Taylor Street, Landover Hills, Md. Beltway I-95/495 exit #2OB, Rt. 450 Annapolis Road to left on Cooper Lane, left on Warner Avenue, field is on the left. p.14.a.6.
LANE MANOR #1, #2, #3 (Lewisdale) 7601 West Park Drive, Adelphi, Md. Beltway I-95/495 exit #25, south on Rt. 1 (towards DC) to right on Rt. 193 (University Blvd) to left on West Park Drive, south on West Park Drive to fields on your left. p.6.k.12.
LANHAM SPORTS PARK 7700 Good Luck Road, Lanham, Md. Beltway I-95/495 exit #20, south on Kenilworth Avenue towards Bladensburg, left on Good Luck Road to field on your left. p.13.d.12.
LARGO HIGH SCHOOL 505 Largo Road, Upper Marlboro - Beltway I-95/495 exit #17, Rt. 202 Landover Rd. towards Upper Marlboro. Past P.G. Community College, the school is on the right. (Page 20/B-3)
LAUREL HIGH SCHOOL 8000 Cherry Lane, Laurel - Beltway I-95/495 exit #25, Rt. 1 toward Laurel. Left on Cherry Lane. School 1 mile on the right. (Page4/E-4)
LIBRARY FIELD (New Carrollton) Margaret Brent Special Education Center 5816 Lamont Terrace, New Carrollton - Beltway I-95/495 exit #20, Rt. 450, Annapolis Rd. toward New Carrollton. Right on Riverdale Road, right on Lamont to school on left. Parking available at the school not the New Carrollton Library. (Page 13/C-2)