I was going to suggest feminine hygiene products but didn't want to cause a commotion. But you WILL need them at some point for someone (and almost always on a "white pants" day). And the parks never seem to have those machines in the bathrooms.
My daughter had a brief stint in AAU basketball in fifth and sixth grades. I have NEVER seen such abhorrent behavior from parents. Jeering the 12U players, "in your face" gestures to parents from the other team, and cheering when girls went down crying (which seemed to happen to every player...
Stay to play hotels are often up to 50 miles away from the park. And I can virtually always find an AirBnB that is half the price PLUS I get a kitchen and more than one bathroom. So, you're never going to be able to sell me on the idea that it's easier/cheaper/more convenient for parents.
Look at the Headfirst Honor Roll Camp for this. We did the one on Long Island last year and are signed up again for the one on Long Island in August. Who knows if it will go forward, but they also have one in FL in November (conflicts with our showcase schedule or else we would go there instead).
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Our team is practicing Sat. AM. Should be interesting. Here are the rules/guidelines:
Provide your own hand sanitizer, mask, cleaner and / or any other PPE
· Restrooms will be open for hand washing
· Dugouts will be closed
· Players must hang equipment bags along the...
Yeah, it's been hard enough on the kids. They cannot help it if they have a parent who is high risk or a grandparent living with them. If the parents decide it's too soon to play, that decision should be respected (and I mean respected, not grumbled about behind their backs). The kid...