Picture Day is Wednesday, April 26, 6:00PM!
Order forms will be available at Picture Day, but now you can skip that manual process and order directly on our secure site.
Please click the Glossy Finish / Lifetouch Special Events graphic to be taken to their secure Online Photo Registration system.
Inside you’ll find detailed instructions on how to use this simple and easy to navigate application.
The opening of the new LFYAA cricket pitch in Linthicum brought out the media over the weekend.
WJZ covered it on the 11PM newscast:
And the Maryland Gazette had a story on it, too:
on Saturday, March 11
, the Linthicum Ferndale Youth Athletic Association (LFYAA) will be conducting a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Anne Arundel County’s first cricket pitch at Overlook ES! We will have Anne Arundel County Councilman Peter Smith as a ribbon cutter at the ceremony, along with Overlook Principal Amanda Salveron and others. After the ceremony, the dignitaries and guests will get to hit a few cricket shots on the new pitch, and then the children will take over for a quick game.
With the new cricket ground completed, Anne Arundel County will be represented in the Maryland state 11U competition in 2017, and LFYAA will also compete in America’s only elementary school cricket league starting in April.
Linthicum is now the home of cricket in AA County, and I hope that you can be there for this exciting moment in Anne Arundel sports history.
Dates for in-person registration, to be held at the LFYAA field house, 605 Andover Rd, Linthicum:
Sunday, February 12 from 1:00-3:00
Saturday, February 18 from 10:00-1:00
Wednesday, March 1 from 6:00-8:00
Saturday, March 4 from 1:00-3:00
Complete registration information can be found here.
During the month of January, LFYAA Cricket Commissioner Jamie Harrison spent four full days teaching cricket to PE classes at George Cromwell, Overlook and North Glen elementary schools.
The students listened to a brief explanation of the rules and then quickly were up and playing. As they watched each other learn, the students’ techniques improved, and by the end of each class, they were batting and running between the wickets like pros.
The shouts and screams of excitement testified to the fun they were having, and almost every child wanted to keep playing when it was time to go.
Thanks to the schools and to AACPS for giving the children this great opportunity to experience our game!
Over the past couple of weeks, LFYAA’s home cricket ground has gone from concept to reality!