Monday, August 25, 2014

Hey Sandlotters ,

ITS FALL BALL 2014 time and Shelby and I are so excited about this season. Registration has been going very well but the deadline is getting very close so please take the time to sign up if you havent already.

Hope everyone had and awesome summer and all the kids are ready for a wonderful school year . 

Please continue to check out our website for future events and if yall need anything please let us know .

Thanks and Lets Play Ball,

Coach Mike

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Sandlot on The Eagle


Hey Everyone . we were blessed to be on the eagle980 am this morning for an hour to talk with the remarkable Bill Flynn . Please take the time to listen to our interview and we hope you enjoy hearing more about everything we are currently doing and hope to do in the near future to reach our youth, families and community .

Lets Play Ball,

Coach Mike

If you feel led to join our vision or need  more information please feel free to call or email at anytime . Donations are also appreciated and you can do so by our Paypal account . Have a blessed day and cant wait to hear from everyone.








Thursday, May 22, 2014

A Note from one of our parents .

Hey Sandlotters , Since we are honoring all cancer survivors and remembering those who fought well but lost to this terrible thing . I asked our Sandlot Mom Janel Jernigan who has beaten skin cancer and is a wonderful advocate to write up something for us all .

Please take a moment to read and thanks ahead of time .

Coach Mike


Did you know that nearly 80,000 people will be diagnosed with melanoma this year? That's the equivalent of the entire population of Somerville, Massachusetts. Or Troy, Michigan. Or Buena Park, California. Imagine - an entire town: mothers, fathers, children, teens, friends and lovers - all diagnosed with the deadliest form of skin cancer. 
Melanoma can be deadly. But if you catch it early - before it spreads - it can be treated.
Check your skin - regularly.
Research has shown that patients, not doctors, are most likely to spot melanoma because they are most familiar with changes on their own skin. In fact, more than half of all melanomas are detected by everyday people - just by paying attention to their or their loved ones' skin. Learn how to perform a skin self-exam - and if you see something funny or different, make an appointment with a dermatologist. 

Talk to others.

Don't be afraid to ask about a mole you're not sure about. Ask your spouse, your partner, a friend or family member to help you keep track of suspicious moles and check hard-to-see places. Don't be shy - melanoma isn't, and it doesn't discriminate. Melanoma can develop on anyone - no matter their age, gender or race. 

More information here: http://www.melanoma.org