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What Has the Chapter Been Up To?

The Chapter has been busy in 2014 and it is only July!

  • Eastern Mass Chapter has provided and helped support training for Men and Women Coaches through and with our constituent partners MBYLL and MBGLL and as US Lacrosse.
  • The chapter has provided a US Women’s National Team Clinic.
  • We have worked with and helped support the Men’s and Women’s Officials organizations on Recruiting and Official Evaluation Program.
  • We have helped support through grants and programs a number of programs and constituent groups with their regional initiatives.
  • We have been at the MBYLL and MBGLL Jamborees meeting and talking to folks about US Lacrosse and how we are helping grow and support the game we all love.
  • The Chapter was at selected the MLL All Star game v. US National team providing information and swag to the great lacrosse fans at the game
  • We are working on the development of the Eastern Mass Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Regional Recognition event.
  • We are working on significantly upgrading our web presence to help serve the community by being a portal to all things lacrosse in Eastern Mass. We are coupling that with ongoing development of our Social Media communication efforts… and much more.

We have a lot going on. Our mission as a US Lacrosse Chapter is to help serve, support, and grow the sport of lacrosse in the Eastern Mass community. We look for your input and your help to achieve this goal. We look forward to your feedback and your active involvement with the Chapter and our efforts.

Kevin McDonald
President Eastern Mass Chapter US Lacrosse

Cape Ann Adaptive News

Cape Ann Youth Lacrosse started their Adaptive Lacrosse Program during the spring of 2013. The Adaptive Lacrosse Program was designed to provide girls and boys with physical, learning and/or cognitive disabilities the chance to learn the game of lacrosse in an appropriate environment. The program has been structured to have middle and high school lacrosse players from the local community area teamed as a “buddy” or “mentor” for our adaptive players. Our mentors assist in adapting skills and teaching methods to the needs of several of our adaptive players. This program can not succeed without the hard work and dedication of our volunteer mentors.  Our program is funded through a grant from the Eastern Mass Chapter US Lacrosse and from private donations.  It is with this generosity that we are able to rent a turf field, and provide equipment and uniforms for our players. 

We run our program for 8 weeks beginning in early April.  We meet each Sunday from 2 to 3:30.  We just wrapped up our second successful season with a pizza party and medal ceremony for the mentors, players and their families.  Each year we have continued to grow and we look forward to our third season in the spring of 2015.  The pure joy that this program brings each participant (players, mentors, parents and volunteers) is truly amazing.  It has truly been a rewarding experience for everyone involved.  Sunday is all of our “favorite day of the week.”  CAYL-Adaptive Lacrosse ROCKS!!!!!!!




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