Oakville Minor Baseball Association Debt Free
Submitted By hbusseri on Monday, December 16, 2013
The Oakville Minor Baseball Association (OMBA) today announced that it has paid the Town of Oakville in
full for outstanding fees related to 2013 field permits. The Association has
now met all of its financial obligations related to the 2013 baseball
"The OMBA is focused on the future and the best way to move forward is to do so debt free," said OMBA President Mike Paucic. "The Board [Audit Committee?] has done a thorough review of our finances and has finalized the budget for 2014. We are confident that we can not only pay off the legacy debt from the 2013 season but also offer an improved baseball experience for our players in 2014.”
For the 2014 season the OMBA will field 19 Representative and three Select teams with 220 confirmed and registered Rep players. House League registration is underway and overall registration is projected at more than 600 players.
"We are preparing for an exciting 2014 season, with our Opening Day Gala scheduled for Saturday May 11," said Paucic. "Our Sponsorship Committee has been working with local businesses to make opening day unforgettable and to help us improve our overall baseball program. We look forward to sharing our plans over the coming months.” The OMBA is a non-profit association that provides baseball programs for more than 650 children throughout the Oakville Community. Hosting House League, Select and Representative programs, the OMBA is the original youth baseball organization in Oakville having celebrated its 50th anniversary season in 2013. The OMBA is a member association of both the Ontario Baseball Association and Baseball Canada.
For more information visit our website at www.baseballoakville.com.
Contact: Mike Paciuc, President [email protected]