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Town of Colchester Prescription Drug Discount Program


Green Community
Recreation - Sports Leagues


The following groups do not come under the Direction of Colchester Parks & Recreation.




YOUTH
SPORT
Contact
Telephone

Basketball
Matt Pulse,
Website:




Cheerleading
Galaxy Youth Cheer
Contact: Tina Georgens


(860) 213-0015
Football & Football Cheerleading
Judi Piontkowski, footballmom22@frontier.com
(860) 798-4353

T-Ball / Baseball / Softball
Paul Scheibelein

N/A

Soccer
Tim Daniels

N/A

Wrestling
Matt Whitney
(201) 780-0430
Lacrosse
Montez Johnson
N/A
ADULT
SPORT
Contact
Telephone

Men's Softball
John Wissler
     
N/A
Women's Softball
Lynn Stephenson

N/A
Men's Soccer
Hugo Vivero
N/A

Field Sustainability/Improvement Fund Documents

Sport Council 2018 Field Reservation Meeting Dates
The Sport’s Council Meetings will take place on Mondays from 6:00 – 7:00 pm at the Town Hall on the following dates:

February 5,  2018  (Sport’s Council ONLY at 6:00pm to schedule Spring & Summer)

June 4,  2018 (Sport’s Council ONLY at 6:00pm to schedule Fall & Nov.)

September 10 , 2018 (Sport’s Council ONLY at 6:00pm to schedule Winter)

Sport Council Presidents Meetings will take place on Mondays from 6:00 - 7:00 pm at the Town Hall on the following dates:

March 5, 2018
May 7,  2018
October 10, 2018
December 3, 2018


RESERVE FIELDS

To Reserve Town Ball Fields or Town Green
Group-use permit applications for Town facilities are available at the Parks and Recreation Department. You may contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 860-537-7297 or e-mail us at parksandrec@colchesterct.gov 

 Pavilion at the Colchester RecPlex can now be booked online at colchesterct.gov/rec

SAFETY

When Lightning Strikes
Please use good judgement when the weather warrants it...The RecPlex is one of the highest points in town, and with all of the 45'+ tall light poles and metal fencing, it's a very dangerous place to be caught in an electrical storm. Waiting the rain out in a dug-out is not safe. Lightning can strike up to 5 minutes before you hear thunder roaring in the vicinity. Please play it safe & get into your vehicles until the storm passes through!

Signs That The Fields Are Unsafe To Use:

  • Fields have standing puddles of water
  • Footing is unsure or slippery
  • Ground is water logged & squishy
  • Grass is easily pulled out of ground
  • Lightning or Severe Weather Storms
When games are played under these conditions, it can often cause irreversible damage to the field. It takes months, sometimes years, for the field to recover. It is also unsafe, causing pulled muscles due to slips & strains.











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