Coquitlam, BC - Since Coquitlam Little League (CLL) became aware of missing league funds in August 2020, one of the priorities was to maintain the high-quality baseball experience that players, families, and the community have experienced since the League’s inception in 1955.
The focus on this experience has driven the Board of Directors over the past years while the RCMP investigation into the missing funds was conducted. Throughout that time, CLL has received countless support from our families, alumni, vendors, sponsors, other baseball organizations, and the larger community. For that we are thankful. That support has allowed CLL to continue to focus on giving each child the best experience possible. Sandon Fraser, President of CLL stated the following: “We are thankful that a conclusion to the RCMP investigation has been reached”. Sandon goes on to say “This conclusion will help CLL continue to heal and move forward from the incident”. Coquitlam Little League is thankful for all of the support that has been offered during this time and looks forward to a long-lasting future of offering players, families, and the community the best baseball experience possible.
Built on a strong sense of community, CLL offers competitive and community baseball for over 800 children and youth in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge. CLL has been a stalwart in the community since 1955, offering baseball and life opportunities to kids from 4 to 17 for decades.
Name of Press Contact: Sandon Fraser
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