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Multi_sports_complex_1Sept 26, 2016        |        BeaconAthletics.com         |        Ballfields.com

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Determining how much field paint your organization needs can be a daunting task – especially, when there are not documented records of paint usage from past seasons. For this reason, we have put together a few pros and cons to help determine if you should be using aerosol paint or bulk paint sprayers for your athletic field. We’ve also compiled some guidelines for how much paint you will need… Continue reading this tip and remember to visit Ballfields.com for more tips and articles…

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Town changes course to allow two festivals to proceed in Calverton, NY !

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The third annual Pour the Core hard cider festival at Peconic Bay Winery.

The Long Island Potato Festival and Pour the Core Festival will be allowed to proceed at the former Calverton Links golf course after all, despite Riverhead Town officials’ contention that events have been held at the site without proper approvals.

Andy Calimano of Starfish Junction Productions, which had both festivals in Riverhead Town in the past, made his case to the Town Board at its work session on Thursday, saying they didn’t realize the people they were leasing the site from did not have proper site plan approval from the town.

The Town Board in August had actually voted down special event applications for both the Cider Festival, which would be in its fifth year, and Potato Festival, in its third year, along with the Zombie Run. The former golf course property is now operated as Long Island Sports Club by co-owners Dean Del Prete and Paul Sattler, who are leasing 80 acres from property-owner Parviz Farahzad.

The Town Board had gotten a slew of special event applications from Long Island Sports Park earlier in the year and Supervisor Sean Walter said the property should get an actual site plan approval to be operated as a recreational facility, rather than to just keep submitting special event applications for each event.

LISC has since submitted a site plan application, which has to be approved, officials said.

Mr. Calimano said on Thursday that Starfish Junction was unaware that Long Island Sports Park was operating without a site plan approval, and they asked the Town Board to make an exception, since they had planned the events well in advance of the town’s asking LISP for a site plan.

Starfish Function had leased the site directly from the property owner for last year’s Cider Festival, he said.

“The reason we like this location is that it doesn’t tie up traffic during pumpkin season and it’s right off the Expressway,” Mr. Calimano said.

The two events will both bring a lot of business into the town, he said.

“Their events are very well run, and they handle traffic and security well,” Councilman Tim Hubbard said of Starfish Junction. “I would hate to lose this offering for the people of the town to go to.”

Town Board members informally voted to allow the Cider Festival and Potato Festival to go forward this year at Long Island Sports Park.

The fifth annual Pour the Core Cider Festival will be held on Saturday, Oct. 1 from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

“The event will offer a unique line-up of ciders to sample, food available to purchase from some of Long Island’s popular food trucks, and several seminars on America’s historic beverage,” Starfish Junction event manager Kristyn Dolan said in a press release.

The third annual Long Island Potato Festival will be held on Sunday, Oct. 2, beginning at 11 a.m.

It will have more than 30 vendors, food trucks, live music, activities and seminars, attendees will help commemorate and celebrate Long Island’s long-standing heritage of potato growers, potato farms, potato products, and more, according to Ms. Dolan.

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BEACON Ballfields Exclusive Weekly Tips !

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Sept 19, 2016        |        BeaconAthletics.com         |        Ballfields.com

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Better protection for your batting cage. There are a few ways you can protect your batting cage and also make it safer for those using it. A net protector prevents excessive wear to your batting cage net in the area directly behind the batter. Typically these protectors are mesh or vinyl and can come with or without a pre-printed strike zone to help your pitchers. Speaking of batting practice pitchers, the Beacon Pitchers “L” Screen is a perfect way to protect players, coaches, and pitching machines in your batting cage. If you’re worried about wear and tear on the surface below your batting cage, an artificial hitting mat gives the batter a stable surface and further protects the batter’s box area or indoor gym floor.

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The construction of Jim Johnson Memorial Sports Park is on track to Open !

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    City of San Clemente, CA – The construction of Jim Johnson Memorial Sports Park is on track to open sometime this fall, according to city officials.

The park is located off the I-5 Freeway southbound off-ramp and will feature three soccer fields, two with traditional sod and another with environmentally friendly sports turf.

Aeryn Donnelly-Terrey, the city’s park planner, said the field with sports turf will have coconut fiber and sand, which differs from traditional recycled rubber pellets.
This will make the field about 40 degrees cooler, Donnelly-Terrey said.

There will also be restrooms and water fountains, as well as new trees and monument signage.

The park will have a basketball court with lighting as well as a playground intended for children ages 5 to 12.

Jim Johnson was one of the original developers of the Marblehead Coastal Development. After he died, the Beaches, Parks and Recreation Commission decided to memorialize the park in his name.

The park, which is being paid for by Taylor Morrison Realty, cost $600,000, according to a 2014 staff report, but the city and a nearby HOA will have to maintain it.

Donnelly-Terrey said the city is also getting close to getting recycled water hooked up to the park’s infrastructure, but it won’t be able to host public sports until 2017 because the grass needs to grow.

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BEACON Ballfields Exclusive Weekly Tips !

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Sept 12, 2016        |        BeaconAthletics.com         |        Ballfields.com

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Extend the life of your full infield tarp. Dealing with full field tarps can be a daunting task, but there are several things that can make using them a bit easier.

With a full tarp that covers your infield turf, always use a white, silver/white or light-colored tarp. This will attract less sun and reduce the risk of burning the turf under your full tarp.
If you can, use a heavyweight full tarp. Heavier tarps may take more people to maneuver but are much easier to handle in windy conditions than lightweight tarps.
Always try to put your tarp away dry – it will be a lot lighter and easier to deploy the next time it is needed.
Keep your tarp clean and free of debris – this will dramatically reduce the overall wear & tear and may extend its life by a couple of seasons.
Rotate the orientation of your tarp on occasion so you are not repeatedly folding it along the same seams. This minimizes the weakening of the vinyl coating as the tarp ages. When it’s not in use, keep your tarp covered, protecting it from the sun to minimize excessive or uneven UV exposure.
Repair holes as soon as they are detected. Patches should be cut in circles instead of squares, as corners tend to get caught and separate easier than a rounded edge.
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It just makes sense. The Tarp Cart with Field Weights gives you a significant advantages over other weighted methods for securing area tarps like sand bags, or sewn in hem weights. Exclusive Tarp Cart with Field Weights: use cart10 during checkout (offer valid thru Sept. 18).

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Growing Sports Official Shortage !

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DURANGO, COLO. (AP) – Amateur sports groups in Colorado are struggling to deal with a shortage of referees.

The Durango Herald reports that a number of games have been rescheduled because there were too few officials, and even more cancellations could follow.

Several people involved in amateur sports told the Herald that a large part of the problem is the behavior of coaches and fans.

Area 17 basketball officials representative Craig Coutlee says that in 27 years he’s seen several young officials come and go. Coutlee says the top reason they cite for leaving is the abuse they take from spectators.

Colorado High School Activities Association Associate Commissioner Tom Robinson registers about 5,000 officials per year, but says numbers have continued to decrease. He says recruiting new officials is the highest priority, but it won’t be easy.

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Beacon Ballfields Exclusive Weekly Field Tips !

Sept 6, 2016        |        BeaconAthletics.com         |        Ballfields.com

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Making the decision to add a clay base to your high wear areas is a tough one. The first thing to consider is if you have access to water on your field. Pure clay, when used on a ballfield’s high traffic spots, is a material that must be kept moist at all times to retain a desirable level of firmness and footing. It should be kept at the consistency of modeling clay — pliable and moldable, yet not wet and sloppy, and definitely not too dry. If it is allowed to dry out completely, like during the late days of summer, it will get very hard and possibly begin to crack or chip away. This can create a very dangerous situation for players. Without access to water on the field, clay is not a good option.

The second thing to consider is, what are the maintenance capabilities of the field? Is there a full-time grounds crew that can monitor and adjust moisture levels in the clay? Or is the “grounds crew” a few parent & coaches who help in their spare time? Clay is an excellent, but high-maintenance product — make no mistake about it…  Continue reading this story and remember to visit Ballfields.com for more tips and articles…

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Dramatically reduce the maintenance on your pitcher’s mound and home plate area. It’s also ideal as a removable mat for pregame warm-ups. Exclusive Artificial Turf Mats: use turfmat10 during checkout (offer valid thru Sept. 11).

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Great for 14 and under, but definitely capable of holding the bigger youth pitcher. Fiberglass mound designed to allow pitchers to take a full stride and land on the mound. Exclusive Pitch Pro 6-inch Portable Game Mound, 14 & Under: use mound10 during checkout (offer valid thru Sept. 11).

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Excitement Grows ahead of Auburndale’s New Water Sports Complex Groundbreaking !

         Polk City, Florida (PRWEB) August 31, 2016

. . . There is a lot of excitement surrounding USA Water Ski Foundation’s initiative to create a world class water sports complex within Auburndale’s Lake Myrtle Sports Complex. An official groundbreaking ceremony is set for Wednesday September 28th.

The multi-million dollar water sports complex, which includes the Elite Cable Park, operated by world renowned Aktion Parks; three tournament ski lakes; a new headquarters for the Foundation, USA Water Ski, the Water Ski Hall of Fame & Museum and a waterfront café will bring a whole new “on the water” dimension to the sports park.

New events and water sports are expected to fill the center with plenty of action. The center is also expected to bring more business to the city.

“I am so proud of the partnership that has formed between the Foundation and the City of Auburndale and am so pleased that the USA Water Ski Foundation has chosen to relocate their expanded facility to the City of Auburndale and the Lake Myrtle Park,” said City Manager Bobby Green. “We are looking forward to working further with them on their expansion and look forward to the groundbreaking.”

“We are excited to have reached this point and look forward to the wonderful opportunities this complex will create for the City of Auburndale and all partners involved,” said USA Water Ski Foundation Executive Director Tracy Mattes. “There are great synergies that create a win-win for everyone while creating unique opportunities to introduce new audiences of young people to fun, healthy, family oriented water ski and wake sports.”

Aktion Park’s Director of Operations Andrew Albury sees the new water sports complex as a major draw to water sports enthusiasts on local, national and international levels. “Aktion Parks is proud to be a partner with the USA Waterski Foundation, the City of Auburndale and all the partners involved in bringing this exciting project forward and taking another step in our mission to grow the sport of wakeboarding in a family friendly environment. ”

The ceremonial shovel-turning, featuring representatives from partners including the USA Water Ski Foundation, Aktion Parks, City of Auburndale, Polk County, Visit Central Florida, USA Water Ski, Five Star Family Growers, Rodda Construction, JSK Consulting and some of the world’s greatest water skiers and wakeboarders, will take place on the USA Water Ski Foundation property on the South end of Lake Myrtle.

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About USA Water Ski Foundation: Established in 1968, the USA Water Ski Foundation has been an integral part of the history and fabric of water skiing and all towed water sports in the United States. The USA Water Ski Foundation raises funds to preserve and celebrate the history of all towed water sports and to promote and grow these sports through marketing and educational program initiatives. For more information visit http://www.usawaterskifoundation.org

About Aktion Parks: Aktion Parks: a subsidiary of Correct Craft, delivers customers an active watersports lifestyle that is safe, healthy, family friendly, and environmentally conscious. Aktion Parks owns and operates both Miami Watersports Complex and Orlando Watersports Complex, two of the largest cable wakeboard parks in the U.S. and two of the most recognized parks in the world. To learn more about Aktion Parks visit http://www.aktionparks.com.

About Lake Myrtle Sports Complex: Lake Myrtle Sports Park is home to the Polk County Tourism and Sports Marketing Headquarters, the governing body for Visit Central Florida and Central Florida Sports Marketing. Lake Myrtle also hosts the Florida Sports Hall of Fame and is the home of the Florida Youth Soccer Association Headquarters. Lake Myrtle Sports Park is owned by the City of Auburndale and managed by Auburndale Parks and Recreation department.

Lake Myrtle Sports Park boasts nine (9) collegiate baseball fields and eleven (11) soccer fields that can host a variety of other sports, such as: lacrosse, ultimate Frisbee, rugby, flag football, etc. For more information visit http://www.lakemyrtlesportspark.org.

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What’s just around the corner? Fall renovations. With fall sports getting ready to ramp up in the coming weeks and summer baseball/softball season winding down, it’s wise to finalize your fall renovations NOW. Too many people in our industry wait until the last minute, scrambling at the eleventh hour to try and pull a project together. Now, they may be successful at pulling that off but it surely can’t happen without some stress for the manager and his/ her crew.

If your fall renovations involves bringing in contractors, you’ll want to lock them in quickly before they get booked up for the fall. Also, your fall renovations may require some quantitative testing, such as a soil fertility test for grass areas. These tests are used to help determine your fertility needs in order to bring your soil fertility up to optimum levels for your turf grass. This is always a good idea, especially going into fall as the soils have been depleted somewhat from the active summer growing season. The turf plants are in need of nutrients to rebuild their root systems, repair from summer disease and drought damage, and to aide in winter carbohydrate storage as winter dormancy approaches…  Continue reading this story and remember to visit Ballfields.com for more tips and articles…

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Dedicated staff keeps Fountain Valley Sports Park on the ball !

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When I was 10 years old, I was the starting pitcher for the Phillies, a Lynwood City Parks and Recreation “10-inch” baseball team. My dad was the assistant coach.

Destined for the National Baseball Hall of Fame because of my array of pitches (a fastball and a not-so-fastball), I lived for baseball then.

Our games were played on various bumpy, dirt elementary school fields that had a few bleachers and a backstop.

But on game day, those fields had magically received chalked foul lines and a chalked batter’s box and might just as well have been Dodger Stadium or Wrigley Field. I would walk onto the field and swear I could hear Vin Scully.

I don’t know who prepared the fields, but I will always appreciate them for helping me live out by baseball dream.

Fast forward to today in Fountain Valley where the Fountain Valley Sports Park is home to hundreds of Little League, “Fastpitch” softball and adult softball games every week throughout the spring and summer and in some cases year-round.

You can thank the city of Fountain Valley Recreation and Community Services Department for making Fountain Valley the envy of many other cities when it comes to recreational baseball – not to mention soccer, basketball, handball and tennis.

Here’s what really boggles my mind. The Sports Park falls under a city department that consists of just six full-time employees – two of whom are responsible for the Senior Center.

Who are the six? I’m proud to say all are friends of mine: Community Services Manager Rob Frizzelle, Community Services Supervisors Christy Araiza and Nora Webb, and Recreation Coordinators Scott Baker, Yolanda Markey and Holland McNabb.

The rest of the community services staff is comprised of part-time, non-benefited but dedicated and hardworking employees who appreciate the opportunity to work for this city. I wish I could name all of them.

This is a staff that, besides coordinating all recreation and community services events year-round, also is responsible for the Concerts in the Park, Movies in the Park, Great Fountain Valley Campout, Easter Egg Hunt, Christmas Tree Lighting and Summerfest.

With memories of my youth forever etched in my baseball-size brain, I’m sure there are hundreds, if not thousands of young local athletes who cherish that next game on a baseball field or on the Recreation Center basketball court or soccer field.

You know, I love Facebook posts by parents celebrating their children’s games and my adult friends enjoying the camaraderie and good life on the softball field.

Oh, and if you’re interested in the rest of my baseball career, I played one more year of uneventful 10-inch, one year of uneventful Little League and one year of very uneventful Pony League baseball (I broke my foot and missed all but two games).

And you know what: Winning or losing or getting a hit wasn’t what was important to me. It was knowing my parents and their friends were always in the bleachers, cheering us on and having fun.

But most importantly, they were appreciating the city’s understanding that well-maintained parks went a long way in shaping a quality community.

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