This site is maintained for information on the administration of
Little League in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Association of District
Administrators mourns the loss of Jim McDonald, retired District Administrator
of PA District 30, who passed away on June 2, 2014.
Arrangements: Viewing - June 10: 10:00am St. Bedes the Venerable Church,
1071 Holland Rd, Southampton PA
Mass - 11:00am Internment: Washing Crossing Veterans Cemetery, 830 Highland
Rd, Newtown PA
The Pennsylvania Association of District Administrators mourns the loss of Walt
Strosser, retired District Administrator of PA District 2, who passed away on
May 29, 2014.
Arrangements: A memorial mass will be celebrated at 11:30 A.M. Wednesday
at church of Notre Dame, Hermitage, PA. There will be lunch following. In lieu
of flowers, donations may be made to Hermitage Little League.
Pennsylvania Delegates Attending the 26th Little League International
Standing left to right: Corey Wright - Assistant East Region Director, Howard
Lemonick - D30, Kevin Shellhammer - D24, Jim Stonaha - D8, Scott Leinbach - D12,
Bill Dithrich - D1, Bernie Kozen - D29, Joe Wendler - D14, Dean Schreiber - D13,
George Guido - D26, Patrick Holden - Assistant East Region Director, Jackie
Musyt - D32
Seated left to right: Bob Swope - D9, Mike Serino - D17, Jennie Todd -
D23, Don Soucy - East Region Director
Missing from photo: Heather Fechtenberg - D21, Peter Vargas - D22, Terry
Bean - D25
Bernie Kozen, District 29, was awarded the first ever "Character, Courage and
Loyalty Award" at the 26th Little League International Congress
Volunteer Recognition Lunch, Sunday, April 6th, 2014.
Kevin Shellhammer is the new District Administrator for Pennsylvania District 24,
taking over for Charlie Roberts who has retired.
We will miss Charlie and wish him the best in his retirement as we welcome Tim to the Association.
The following presentations were given
by Liz Brown, Vice-President of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships.
The first is a pdf version of the PowerPoint presentation made at the
October 19, 2013 PA state meeting. The second and third are videos
presented at the District Administrator training sessions win
Training Video 1
Training Video 2
The mission of the State of Pennsylvania, Association
of District Administrators is:
- To be the unifying element between all Little League
Districts within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
- To provide the forum for a free exchange of ideas.
- To be the vehicle for assignment / award of State
Level Tournaments and in conjunction with Little League Baseball, Inc.
set the Regulations and Guidelines for same.
- To assist the United States Eastern Region
Headquarters in assessing the effects of Little League policy on the
Little Leagues within the State of Pennsylvania.
- To assist in formulating policy and the direction of
Little League Baseball, Inc. by its active participation in search of
new ideas which if enacted would embrace the foundation on which Little
League Baseball / Softball were founded.
- To work together in a cooperative effort with the
realization that our commitment must be such that it is beneficial to
all Little League participants throughout the State of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania is divided into 32 districts organized into 8
|Section 1: Districts 1, 3, 10
||Section 5: Districts 16, 17, 31 and 32
|Section 2: Districts 2, 4, 9
||Section 6: Districts 18, 20, 29 and 30
|Section 3: Districts 12, 13,
15 and 24
||Section 7: Districts 8, 14, 23 and 28
|Section 4: Districts 5, 6, 7 and
||Section 8: Districts 19, 21, 22 and 27