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  • Much More Than a Field of Dreams0

    The Little League World Series is a celebration of all that is right on God’s green earth. What a welcoming act the Grand Slam Parade has become. I am amazed every year how the folks of the West Branch Valley wrap their arms around the teams during the event. It is a huge hug of

  • Courage, Character, and Loyalty

    Courage, Character, and Loyalty0

    “I trust in God. I love my country and will respect its laws. I will play fair and strive to win. But win or lose, I will always do my best.” These words of the Little League Pledge become even more powerful when recited by young ballplayers. The timing just after our National Anthem, and

  • Big Time Deeds by a Small Town Boy0

    There were occasions during my professional career when I was involved in conducting job interviews. Everyone-once-in-awhile I would ask the applicant a totally hypothetical question – “If the job fairy could grant you any job you’d want; what would it be?” It was an off-the-wall question with some surprising answers. One applicant once answered, “I

  • Moose Sightings0

    “It has been a crazy year. Sort of surreal as I look back. This entire experience has been nothing short of amazing. We weren’t really expecting this and somewhat surprised when they tallied the votes. We were only hoping to improve from last year’s marks. Then I got a random text from Dad. ‘76 percent.

  • Mike Mussina: Hall of Famer and Little League® Supporter0

    Williamsport and Cooperstown are connected by the Susquehanna River and baseball history, as Little League and the Baseball Hall of Fame were both established in 1939. While most of the baseball community knows Mike Mussina for his Hall of Fame career with the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees, for the people in the Williamsport

  • Hall of Famer Mike Mussina “Consistently Consistent”0

    An article on the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum’s website describes Montoursville’s Mike Mussina in a Yogi Berra-esque manner as “Consistently Consistent.” I can think of no better way to describe Mussina and his baseball career even going back to his Montoursville Little League and high school days. There is another sports expression