What else is there to say other than a big THANKS to Mr. Miller of Miller’s Fine Drycleaning. When you’re in the area, drop in and thank him, and maybe take in a some of your clothes that need a good cleaning.
possible, we’ll invest in a ‘gang box’ that can be kept locked and inside the building for added security.
Hendersonville, but it does appear that you can. They recommend you register online. General info is available online here:
As I get more information on how to register online, I’ll send it out. (NOTE: I need someone who’s registered online to send me a step by step guide that others can follow.) In the meantime, here’s the link to go to:
Most everything is already covered in the attached PDF.
- Mark Thompson
- Al Kmeciak
- Antoine Ignazio
- Gene Siler
- Your Name Goes Here
Yes, I mean you who are reading this blog post. If we all do a little more than just play softball, we’ll all have a strong league with which to play softball. Otherwise, our beloved league will go out of existence. It’s that simple. So, add your name and be a part of creating the future of our league. Email me at
to let me know that you are interested and/or ready to join the Membership Team. We will have a short conference all in a little over a week so let me hear from you now.
Our insurance coverage was made available through SSUSA when we joined. The insurance includes general liability and
accident coverage for the parks you use, and for all the club / league officials, participants, coaches, managers, volunteers and spectators involved with the program.
If you want to know all the details, download the PDF below.
On Nov. 1, (2011) 66-year-old Henderson County Senior League Softball player Bill Curtis suffered a sudden cardiac arrest and died … four times.
Thanks to the quick response of his fellow players, Tom Hendley and Ed Neace, and the fact that the league recently purchased a defibrillator to take to its games, Curtis is alive and well and able to tell his story.
“I remember reaching second base. After that, the next thing I remember was waking up in the hospital four days later,” said Curtis, who prior to the event had never had any health problems and had never been hospitalized.
Read the full dramatic true story HERE. Thanks to DEAN HENSLEY / Times-News Staff Writer for permission to reprint a portion of his story here.
While you might say this is ‘ancient history’ since it happened over seven years ago, it’s also part of our league’s history so I thought it was a great story to kick off our new blog. As a quick update, all three players continue to enjoy playing in our league. Feel free to leave your thoughts and comments below. Interestingly, all three have provided important leadership over the years.