2021-2022 Board of Directors Nominees
The following list represents the nominees for the 2021-2022 year for Irondequoit Little League. Elections will take place at the Annual Meeting on September 20th:
“I would like to be elected to the board because I love giving back to the community. I also enjoy watching the kids develop their baseball skills throughout the year and getting better each time they step on the field.“
“My name is Dewey Lawrence and I would be honored to be a member of the Irondequoit Little League Board this coming 2021-2022 term. While my love of baseball is much of the reason for my interest, I also love watching the players learn the game of baseball while growing as individuals! I hope to continue to be part of making the IRLL experience fair and an enjoyable experience for all players. Thanks for taking my nomination into consideration.”
“My name is Rich Miller and I have been on the board, a coach and a father in this league for over 6 years. I want to be on the board to establish a future for our players. ”
“I have served on the board for a handful of years now and would like to continue my dedication to the league and the kids in our community. I will continue to work with Irondequoit Little League to ensure the kids in our community have a fun, safe place to learn and grow in the sport of baseball and softball. I look forward to giving back to my community and keeping the tradition of Irondequoit Little League intact for years to come.”
"My wife and I live in West Irondequoit and have 2 children Jack and Matthew who have participated in Irondequoit Little League for the past 6 seasons! I have volunteered as an assistant coach at the 10u and 12u levels with Matt Green, Jason Bishop and Rich Miller. In addition, I was the 12u head coach for the ILL district team this past summer. I appreciate the opportunity to serve the ILL at the administrative level! Thank you!"
“Serving on the board for Irondequoit Little League is one way that I can give back and support the organization that has given so much to my son. Volunteering helps to strengthen the organization and ensure that Little League will continue to be a thriving part of our town. I believe that Little League is about more than wins and losses or just baseball and softball. Players, coaches, and families grow and develop skills that are used both on and off the field and will stick with them for life. As parents, we owe it to our children to not only step up and help lead, but also set the example of giving back to your community."
Yarille Ortiz Kilborn
Having proudly served on the IRLL Board for nearly six years, and recently the Executive Board for two, in a multitude of capacities, I would like to continue to work with the Irondequoit community and provide my assistance however I can.