Vienna Little League, VLL, Vienna Baseball
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Volunteers run Vienna Little League. The following page outlines and describes the VLL volunteer positions needed. 
So how can you help? If you can find a niche below and volunteer during the season, you can feel good about contributing to a Vienna institution that’s now more than a half-century old.  
Volunteer positions are key to a successful season for VLL.

Special Events Volunteer
Responsibilities could include but are not limited to:
  • Assist with Opening Day (day before, day of),
  • Assist with End-of- Season Tournaments (announcing, scorekeeping, pitch count for Town Tournament Games),
  • Assist with VLL Clinics as assigned;
  • Represent VLL by your presence at Town/County meetings/hearings
  • Photographers: provide digital photograph of special events
  • Maintain the showcases outside of the Snack Bar
  • Assist in organizing 12 Year Old Banquet
  • Assist with Opening Day Program
Approximate Number needed: 100 (i.e., cap)
Yeonas Maintenance
Responsibilities could include but are not limited to:
  • Attend Spring/Fall Field Cleanups (typically 2-3)
  • Assist with special duty as assigned (painting, light repairs, etc.) to maintain Yeonas Park
  • Periodic weeding and planting as required
  • Brooming mound and plate, dragging base paths, lining boxes between games
Approximate Volunteers needed: 100 (i.e., cap)
Officer of the Day
Responsibilities could include but are not limited to:
  • Opens & Closes Park—the fields, restrooms, lost and found, cages (M-F 5:30-10:00; Sat 9:30-1:00; 1:00-5:30; 5:30-10:00)
  • Circulates through the Park while on duty, monitors general safety and compliance with Park Rules, always remains accessible in case of emergency  
Approximate Volunteers needed: 80 (i.e., cap)
Snack Bar
Responsibilities could include but are not limited to:
·         Assists staff in snack bar
·         Purchase stock from local grocers
·         Provide an adult presence in the snack bar and remain with staff until they leave or are picked up by their parents
Obligation: Four hour shifts (weeknights, 5:30- 9:00; Sat 9:30-1:00; 1:00-5:30; 5:30-10:00)
Approximate Volunteers needed: 80  (i.e., cap)
Responsibilities vary according to level. See, Coaches’ Corner, Handbooks. Managers are responsible for their teams’ administration, which includes attending a few meetings with their League Director, assisting in team formation or drafts, communicating effectively with parents, and working cooperatively with coaches.
Contact the League Director for the level you wish to manage with additional questions.
Approximate Number needed: 120 (i.e., cap)
Responsibilities vary according to level. Assist team’s manager. See, Coaches’ Corner, Handbooks for managers’ responsibilities. Expected to attend 90% of team’s functions.

Approximate Number needed: 250  (i.e., cap)

Team  Parent
Responsibilities include assisting Managers and Coaches as required by level of play. 
  • Tasks for a Team Parent in AA, AAA, or Majors could include keeping pitch count or score book.
  • Team Parents in Tee, Rookie and A Ball might pitch, coach base, or oversee the dugout.
  • At all levels, Team Parents could host pre-season meeting or post-season parties, could assist managers in picking up hats/shirts/gear from the Quartermaster, and/or could arrange the team’s snack schedule.
Approximate Number needed: 250  (i.e., cap)

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Attending Umpire training
  • Umpiring Games as assigned by Umpire-in-Chief 
  • Being on time (or early) for all scheduled games
  • Note: you will be assigned to Umpire Games that do not include you player.
Contact Umpire-In-Chief John Kerins