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Lost Boyz Baseball Winter Clinic at Rebecca Crown Center

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/01/2018
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Location
CYC Rebecca K. Crown

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Looking for an after-school activity for your child? Sign up today for the Lost Boyz Inc. eight week Winter Clinic Program starting January 8th.

https://www.facebook.com/LostBoyzInc/

Who: Boys and Girls, Ages 8-15

What: Baseball & Softball Program + Tutoring

Where: Rebecca Crown Center, 7601 S. Phillips Ave Chicago, IL 60649

Cost: $50 (Scholarships Available)

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Winter Clinic – Winter Clinic

 Main Location

Ages 8 – 24
Jan 9 – Mar 18, 2018
4:00 pm – 6:30 pmTu Th F Sa
$50
Deposit
$25
BUSINESS INFO
Founded in September 2008
Mission
Lost Boyz Inc.’s mission is to decrease violence, improve the social and emotional conditions, and provide financial opportunities among the youth in Chicago’s South Shore community.
ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO
info@lostboyzinc.org
http://www.LostBoyzInc.org
@LostBoyzInc
MORE INFO
About
Lost Boyz Inc. is a non-profit community organization based in South Shore. We offer youth baseball and softball for ages 4-17.
Company Overview
Lost Boyz Inc.’s mission is to decrease violence, improve the social and emotional conditions, and provide financial opportunities among the youth in Chicago’s  See More
General Information
Located at 7601 S. Phillips Ave. Chicago, IL. 60649
Products
– Youth Boys Baseball Program for ages 4-16
– Youth Girls Softball Program for ages 4-16
– Successful Youth Leaders Program for ages 16-24
STORY
The first phase of the program, Winter Clinic, is conducted indoors, from January until early March. Participants are taught appropriate behavior and safety on and off the field, the history of baseball, and physical conditioning. Game skills enhancement is the goal, but improving academically, increasing one’s baseball knowledge, and giving back to the community are all important as well; this isaccomplished through Tutoring and Service Learning activities (involves community service and academics). Past activities have included Earth Day and Worm Composting.

The second phase of the program is Spring Training & Summer League, which moves from indoors to outdoors for 10 weeks of training and competitive play. Here, all players are assessed by a series of measures; new players are drafted by an interested team or lottery, and returning players are either traded or returned to their previous team. From May until August, each team plays approximately 30 games in competitive play and faces teams from the Chicagoland area. All teams will make the playoffs, which is a three round, best-of, round-robin tournament. Again, players will participate in Service Learning activities, but will also participate in fun outings, such as a trip to a White Sox game.

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