Feb 20, 2018 Softball theme
Softball panel & Argos Ronnie PfefferUpdated Monday March 5, 2018 by Kitchener Sports Association.
PHOTO: Toronto Argos kicker, Ronnie Pfeffer, dropped by to close out the evening and brought the Grey Cup for some photo ops. Shown with Ronnie is Bill Pegg, KSA President. (Feb. 20, 2018)
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
It's a whole new ball season!
Social: 6:00 p.m Dinner seating: 6:30 p.m.
The 2018 ISC Tournament in Kitchener
Updates on local softball, upcoming tournaments and the ISC
Opportunities for funding through KSA's ISC Legacy Grant Program for 2018!
KSA / ISC 2018 LEGACY GRANTS
John Thompson, member of KSA's Operating Committee, announced that KSA is offering local ball groups (operating in Kitchener, Waterloo, and/or the township of Wellesley, Wilmot or Woolwich).the opportunity to apply for one-time funding through the KSA/ISC 2018 Legacy Grant Program. (Eligible ball groups include blastball, coaches' pitch, fastball, hardball, rookie ball, softball, slowpitch, T-ball, three-pitch, etc.) and organizations offering ball program(s) for clients who have developmental challenges. More details on the KSA/ISC Legacy Grants, and the application form, are avialble through the attachment at the bottom of this page. The deadline for submission is Monday, April 30, 2018.
Attendees heard from Bernie Burnett, Chair of the 2018 ISC Tournament (being held in Kitchener from Aug. 10 - 18 at the Peter Hallman Ball Yard) and, along with Jim Hallman and Dennis Dosman, member of KItchener Fatsballl Promotions (KFP). KFP promotes the game and the hosting of fastball tournaments in the local community. I also helps provide training programs and clinics to develop local talent and provides a visible connect between past participants, governing bodies, fans, charitavle causes and groups involved in other sports. In addition to the ISC Tournament in August, Bernie noted that the Peter Hallman Tournament will be held at The Ball Yard on June 22 -- 24 and invited eveyone to become involved.
The evening's proceedings also included a "Hot Stove Panel" moderated by Larry Lynch (an inductee into the Waterloo Region, OSAS and ISC Hall of Fame and recipient of the KSA Individual Award of Excellence in 2011).
Topics discussed by the panel included the current state of the game, how to keep the sport alive and viable, how softball enriches life and the impact of hosting the ISC World Tournament in 2018. Everyone is looking forward to the coming ball season and working together to ensure the ISC is, in John Thompson's words, "the best ever".
|KSA ISC Legacy Grant Form 2018.pdf|