As you may know, we practice and play our games at the Tenney fields. There are no public restrooms and the field is not flat and in poor condition. The Methuen Athletic Improvement Committee (MAIC) has been working with the mayor and city council to come up with a solution to our field shortcomings in the city. The Methuen Youth Sports Complex is almost ready to go! This will include...
A new clubhouse at Nicholson Stadium
Making the old clubhouse ADA compliant
New visitor bleachers (old ones falling apart and not ADA compliant
a handicap accessible ramp tp get to the lower fields
artificial turf in Nicholson Stadium and the lower field (not the Pop Warner field)
The reason for turf is to make sure that all of the HS and youth groups can use the new facility. Now the MAIC needs your help. The City Council needs to hear from it constituents that the citizens of Methuen are in favor or renovating the city owned property with a combination of grants and city funds. Contact your city councilman/woman today!
This project will fail and never get done unless we all act NOW!
Council Chairman – Ron Marsan
(978) 689-3676 email@example.com
Vice Chairperson – Lisa Yarid-Ferry
(978) 376-9891 firstname.lastname@example.org
Councilor-at large – Daniel Grayton
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Councilor-at large – Joyce Campagnone
(978) 682-0105 firstname.lastname@example.org
Councilor-at large – James Jaguga
(978) 689-8711 email@example.com
Central District Councilor – James Atkinson
(978) 918-5300 firstname.lastname@example.org
East District Councilor – Thomas Ciulla
(617) 894-4680 email@example.com
West District Councilor – George Kazanjian
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West District Councilor – Sean Fountain
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Updated 2015 Uniform Fittings and Registration Update
Methuen Youth Lacrosse is seeking volunteers to help with coaching and assisting our young players in their basic skills development and fostering their love for the game of Lacrosse. Experience is not required.
We provide coaches with training structured by US Lacrosse and our affiliations with the Patriot Youth Lacrosse League (boys) and the Mass Bay Girls Lacrosse League (girls).
We are seeking volunteers to work with U9 (1st and 2nd graders), U11 (3rd and 4th graders), U13 (5th and 6th graders) and U15 (7th and 8th graders).
Responsibilities for head coaches would include, basic skills instruction, organizing and running drills, coaching league games, and communication with players, parents, opponents, and the MYL Board of Directors.
Assistants would work with coaches to help players with basic skills, to run drills, assist coaches at games and other related tasks such as communications and player supervision.
Please contact us if you would like to help in any way.
WELCOME TO THE HOME OF
METHUEN YOUTH LACROSSE (MYL)
Established in 2012, Methuen Youth Lacrosse's primary purpose is to teach and promote the game of lacrosse in a positive, safe and sportsmanlike environment to the youth of Methuen. As a youth league, MYL is dedicated to the skill development of lacrosse players and teaches a game of speed, position and finesse rather than physical intimidation or promoting a team's winning record. Along with learning lacrosse, MYL strives to instill the values of sportsmanship, respect, teamwork, self-confidence, leadership and a love of the sport of lacrosse for teammates, coaches and officials; in essence we "Honor the Game".
MYL believes that sportsmanship is a way of life and will conduct all activities in a manner that will set an example of good sportsmanship and friendly competition for our young athletes.