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Our Game is Kids! - Greater Severna Park Athletic Association, Inc.

Ledo Pizza is offering the Green Hornets a win-win fundraising opportunity. The 3rd Wednesday of each month will be designated 'Green Hornets' night, and a percentage of receipts, including Dine In, Carry Out and Online ordering at both the Severna Park and Millersville locations from 4:00 p.m. until close, will be donated to Green Hornets. Wednesday, August 20 is Soccer night!

Fall 2014 Registration is Open with Limited Spots Available!
May 15, 2014

The Green Hornets is proud to be able to provide Online Registration to its membership.

Player Online Registration Form

Volunteer Online Registration Form
(Green Hornets Volunteer Coaching Policy)

Paid Referee Form

2014 Camp Registration Form

Donation Form

The Greater Severna Park Athletic Association, known as the Green Hornets, is a non-profit youth sports organization for children ages 5 to 18. Green Hornets serves more than 5,000 area children each year. It provides the opportunity for kids to be involved in any of eleven sports at varying levels of competition.

The organization consists of 600+ volunteers from the Greater Severna Park area. These volunteers help the kids learn the rules of the game, build confidence and self-esteem, develop social skills, and gain an understanding of teamwork, coordination and athletic skills.

The primary service area of the Green Hornets is within the boundaries of the Severna Park High School Feeder System.

GSPAA encourages each child who participates in a sport to devote his or her best efforts to the sport while that sport is in season, and to do so not only in games but also in practice. On occasion, a child may have both the skill and the interest in playing two sports during the same season. While GSPAA encourages players to multiple sports, doing so in the same season often leads to conflicts between the two sports and the coaches of the teams for whom the player is playing. It can also have negative fallout for the player and his or her teammates, especially when the player opts to play the “other” sport when his or her teammates feel that he or she should be playing with them. In keeping with its mission of encouraging kids to play any sport that is offered by GSPAA, there is no policy prohibiting a player from playing two select sports in the same season. The player and that player’s parent(s) are strongly encouraged to be honest with the coach of each sport, to resolve any conflicts in a manner that is least harmful to all concerned, and to provide reasonable notice to both coaches when a conflict does arise. In similar fashion, the coaches are strongly encouraged to work together so as to minimize conflict, and to avoid penalizing the player for making a decision to play the “other” sport on a given night. The goal of the GSPAA is “Putting Kids First”, and that should always be the primary goal of every coach, parent and Commissioner in the program.

Annual General Membership Fee: The $75 General Membership (Family) fee is an annual fee effective calendar year, January through December. This fee is assessed to each current family membership to help cover the costs of salaries, equipment, field maintenance, and other administrative costs to run all of our sports programs. YOU WILL BE ASSESSED THIS FEE WHEN YOU REGISTER ONLINE FOR THE FIRST SPORT PLAYED IN THE CALENDAR YEAR. PLEASE NOTE, the Family fee is based on the primary residence home phone number you enter on the form. You need to enter the SAME phone number every time you register a player or the system will not recognize that this is the same family and will assess the fee again.

Registration Questions: Please direct any general registration questions or problems you may have to greenhornets@verizon.net. Requests for refunds should also be sent to that address. Questions regarding a specific sport should be addressed to the Sports Commissioner or other appropriate contact listed on that sport’s homepage.

The Capital Newspaper covers Green Hornets news weekly in their Severna Park Community News section, Thursday editions. Read Kathleen Spitzer’s column covering everything you need to know about the Green Hornets. You can submit news for the columns.

Additionally, Green Hornets' sports are covered by the Severna Park Voice Newspaper by Colin Murphy. You can reach Colin at colin@severnaparkvoice.com or call 410-647-9400.

G.S.P.A.A. - P. O. Box 643 - Severna Park, MD 21146 / Phone: 410-544-6706 - Fax: 410-544-9046

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