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WELCOME TO THE HOME OF EMASS SENIOR SOFTBALL.
EMASS is a Massachusetts Not-For Profit Corporation originally created in 1995 and incorporated in 2008. EMASS is managed and administered by an all-volunteer Board of Directors. We have approximately 350 Members (men and women) ages 55 to 80+, who continue to love to play organized softball from early Spring until the snow begins to fly in the Fall in an organized, competitive, and safe environment. EMASS offers multiple divisions of play for players of all skill levels.
Please explore our website and feel free to contact us for further information.
FROZEN ROPES OFFERS EMASS CLASSES
As they have in the past, Frozen Ropes Natick is offering custom classes for EMASS members. They will hold Open Houses on Tuesday, December 16th and Friday, December 19th, 1:00pm-2:30pm, to give EMASS players the opportunity to learn more about the program. There is no charge for the Open Houses.
Beginning in February Frozen Ropes will offer a series of classes consisting of 8 Tuesday sessions. Each session will build off the previous week with new instructional focuses. If the Tuesday class fills to capacity, a second series of classes will be added on Fridays. The cost for the series of classes is $140.
To register for an Open House and Classes, please call Frozen Ropes Natick at 508-653-7673
Posted: December 6, 2014
NEW DAYS FOR BASKETBALL AT HAWTHORN GYM -- MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, SATURDAY
EMASS players are invited to play basketball at the Hawthorn Gym in Newton -- games are Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday mornings at 8:30AM. For further information contact John Stewart, email@example.com, or 617-969-0950.
Posted: November 18, 2014
NOT A CURRENT MEMBER? ADD YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE 2015 PLAYING SEASON
EMASS maintains a list for interested players who will be made aware of open registration and the options available for the 2015 playing season. To add your name and contact information to our list, please click here and supply the requested information.
Posted: November 2, 2014
NEW EMASS POLICY: MEDICAL ISSUES AT EMASS EVENTS
EMASS is concerned for its members' well-being and desires to do what's proper in the event of a medical issue occurring at the playing field. As a first result, EMASS has created, with the support of three current EMASS members who were or are in the medical profession, a document describing how medical incidents are to be handled at the ball fields. That is the primary goal of this new policy, which is now available from the EMASS Website at:
Topics in the policy include:
-- Who's Charged with deciding to call 9-1-1?
-- When should 9-1-1 ALWAYS BE CALLED?
-- Or, if a trip to a local emergency room from any of the EMASS fields is the prudent thing to do, the policy provides addresses, phone numbers, and directions to the nearest local hospital.
A copy of this three-page policy has also been placed in each large plastic equipment box (orange folder) at each playing field for quick access.
Posted: September 12, 2014