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Hello, below is a a link to the current practice schedule for Collins Hill. It will show game times as well but please use this as a reference for practices only and refer to the Baseball Schedule Link for actual game times and where games are being played.
Hello Collins Hill family! We hope everyone is enjoying the season thus far! We would like to remind everyone to check out the Home Run Club page to see who’s been hitting them out of the park! Click on the image below to visit the page. Please feel free to send an email when your player hits a home run so we can publish throughout the season! email@example.com
For those that do not know this family, in 2006 Sharon Ehrlich adopted her two biological grandchildren, Allie and Coleman. Since the adoption Sharon has been a stay-at-home mom, (a/k/a tutor, boo boo kisser, bus driver, coach, and chef, just to name a few). Sharon’s husband Ken has worked as a self-employed electrician to support their family.
Although Sharon and Ken’s age in numbers are a little higher than some of us, their dedication to Allie and Coleman has always remained their number one priority.
In 2013, Sharon was diagnosed with Primary Peritoneal Cancer.
After debulking surgery and an intense chemo protocol, in March, 2014, Sharon’s CA125 was brought within the normal range. She was doing well and was considered in remission.
In April, 2014, through the Jack & Jill Late Stage Cancer Foundation, Ken, Sharon, Coleman and Allie were able to enjoy the trip of a lifetime to a dude ranch in Montana and Yellowstone National Park.
Sharon was able to spend the summer of 2014 watching her beautiful daughter play THE BEST season of softball, sweeping three All-Star tournaments, as well as her incredible son find his gift in water polo.
Soon after Christmas, Sharon began experiencing some, all too familiar, symptoms. After many tests, it was discovered that the nasty monster known as PPC returned to rear its ugly head.
The past three months have been challenging to say the least. The Ehrlich’s have managed this challenge with the utmost poise and grace.
Two weeks ago Sharon was admitted to the hospital with an inoperable MBO (malignant bowel obstruction). She is finally home, and continuing her brave fight with a bunch of new accessories, and the assistance of a home health nurse.
Many of you have asked what you can do to help. The Ehrlich’s have many neighbors that provide meals on a regular basis and Ken has been cooking often to maintain as much “normalcy” as possible for the kids.
This is the reason, I have created this gofundme page. As you can well imagine Cancer is both an emotional and financial battle. Rather than spend $10, $15, or $20 on the groceries to make a meal, why not donate those funds directly to their family, where it can make the most difference. Sharon and Ken are the most incredibly humble, private, and independent people I have ever known. They have always been there to help others without the expectation of receiving anything in return.
All donations from this page will go to Sharon’s past, present, and continuing medical care, as well as prescription costs; and hopefully a little security for Ken, Coleman, and Allie in the future.
Thank you for reading and donating.
The Collins Hill High School Dugout Club would like to invite all baseball and softball teams (Rec and Travel) to Collins Hill Park for a “Night out with the Eagles.”
When: Friday, March 27th, 2015
Who are we playing? Norcross Blue Devils
Time: Kids who are participating in the Pre-game activities should arrive no later than 5:30 pm; Actual game time is 5:55pm
Activities for the Kids:
All kids are invited to line up at the 1st base dugout before the game to walk out with the players for the National Anthem (5:45).
Each baseball/Softball youth can attend the ballgame free as long as they are wearing their team jersey and accompanied by a paying adult.
Each youth will receive a raffle ticket as they enter the gate for a chance to throw out the first pitch and play games between the innings.
Please, no drop-offs allowed, this is for safety and security reasons.
We hope all youth players can attend! Coaches or parents, if you have further questions, please feel free to email Beth Horn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015 Football Walk-Up Registration Dates:
March 21st and June 6th 10:00 am ~ 2:00 pm @ Collins Hill High School Computer Lab
(Original birth certificate required at time of evaluations) A $40.00 late fee will be assessed after June 6th
REGISTER EARLY TO SAVE **FOR ONE DAY ONLY** – March 21st (Walk-up or on-line registration) Registration Fee $175 + Spirit Fee $50 for 7 yr old – 8th grade = $225.00
REGISTER BETWEEN MARCH 21st AND MAY 2nd & BE ELIGIBLE FOR A PAYMENT PLAN ($100 DUE WHEN REGISTERED, 2nd PAYMENT DUE ON MAY 2nd AND 3rd PAYMENT DUE ON JUNE 6TH)
(March 22-June 6) 7 yr old-8th grade – Regular Registration Fee $200 + Spirit Fee $50 = $250.00
(March 22–June 6) Special Rate for 6 yr olds – Registration $140 + Spirit Fee $50 = $190.00
Includes: Game jersey, game pants (to be returned at end of season), mouth piece and $50 spirit fee (to be used for team expenses and banquet)
Attention 6th, 7th and 8th grade boys….CHHS Head Varsity Football Coach Kevin Reach, along with several key senior players, will be at Creekland Middle School on Wednesday, March 18 at 8:15 am in the lower gym to talk to you about the football program at the youth and high school levels. They will answer any questions you may have, explain what to expect when playing football for the Eagles and hand out information flyers for signing up to play football. Parents are more than welcome to attend also.
February 21, 2015 – Baseball Coaches Clinic, 9:00am – 11:00am at Hebron Baptist Church
February 24, 2015 – Baseball Team Mom Meeting, 6:30pm at Rock Springs Park Football Field House
To encourage more young girls to try the exciting game of lacrosse, the Gwinnett Lacrosse League has created a fun instructional league named STICKLETS. Click HERE for details!