These nonprofit groups work in partnership with JCC Virginia Legacy Soccer Club
Parks and Recreation to provide recreational services The club offers a year round youth development pro-
to County and area residents. gram (ages 2-10), a premier travel team program (ages
10-18) and the Premier Development Team which
American Legion Post 39 plays in the professional league structure of the United
Summer baseball program for high school age boys. Soccer Leagues. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: email@example.com. or visit www.valegacysoccer.com.
American Legion Post 1776 Williamsburg Aquatic Club (ages 6-18)
Summer baseball program for high school age boys. WAC is a year round program which gives swimmers
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. an opportunity to compete statewide and regionally.
For information, call 229-8662.
Colonial Capital Basketball Club (boys and
girls ages 9-16) Williamsburg Area Bicyclists
This year round AAU/YBOA basketball program WAB has weekly bicycle trips offering four ride levels.
offers a fall/winter league and a summer league. All ages and skill levels are welcome to participate.
Call 565-0758 or visit www.eteamz.com/ccbcbball. Call 229-4907, visit www.wabonline.org or write
James City Youth Football and to Williamsburg Area Bicyclists, P.O. Box 2222,
Cheerleading League (boys and girls ages 6-14) Williamsburg, VA 23187-2222.
Provides youth football and cheerleading to local
area boys and girls. For more information, visit Williamsburg Fencing Club (youth and adults)
www.leaguelineup.com/jamescityjaguars or e-mail The Club offers lessons and camps from beginning
email@example.com. fencing to advanced techniques. Contact Joe Russell
at 254-5164 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neighborhood Basketball League (NBL)
(boys and girls ages 10-18) Williamsburg Lacrosse Club
A Williamsburg/JCC Community Action Agency (CAA) (boys ages 12-19 in grades 7-12)
program that provides a structured sports activity This club competes at the junior varsity and varsity
with mentorship in developing self-esteem, self- levels against state teams while adhering to Virginia
discipline, leadership and sportsmanship as well High School League guidelines for participation and
as offering encouragement to excel academically. eligibility. Visit www.williamsburgwarriorslax.com.
Season runs March-June. Contact CAA at 229-3316.
Williamsburg Warriors Lacrosse Club
StageLights (girls and boys ages 6-13) (boys and girls ages 7-18)
StageLights, Williamsburg’s theatre for children, intro- Practices are held locally. Contact Brian Erwin at
duces youth to the techniques of acting, voice, dance email@example.com or visit www.hrlax.com.
and stagecraft while increasing their appreciation of
the Theatre. Call 229-ACTS or visit stagelightstheatre.org. Williamsburg Youth Baseball League, Inc.
Team Flash Track and Field Local provider of T-ball, baseball and Buddy Ball.
(boys and girls ages 6-18) Buddy Ball is designed for children and young adults,
Local track and field team offering running, throwing ages 5-20, with special needs who are not able to
and jumping events. Practices are held from mid- participate in the established Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth
March through mid-June. Call Ellen Womeldorf at Leagues. For information, e-mail williamsburgbaseball
240-3713, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit @cox.net or visit williamsburgbaseball.com
Williamsburg Youth Football and
Toano Storm, Inc. (boys and girls) Cheerleading League (boys and girls ages 6-14)
AAU basketball program offers teams for various ages. Provides youth football and cheerleading. For informa-
Call John Perkins at email@example.com. tion, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
Winter/Spring 2010 James City County Parks and Recreation www.jccEgov.com/recreation