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Bylaws and Code of Conduct

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Amended Bylaws from Special Meeting

Coaches and Parents Behavior

Let's please remember that we are dealing with kids who want to have fun. We are role models, and as such, GBWAA expects the adults to act like ladies and gentlemen, exhibiting appropriate decorum that sets a good example to our youth; this includes on the field and posts to social media. 

Our umpires, some of whom are just kids themselves, may make "bad" calls, but, as long as they are not intentionally favoring one team over another, please keep your "call" to yourself.

GBWAA will not tolerate any insults, criticism, harassment, or belittling of players or of umpires or coaches. Managers and coaches are of course expected to teach, but in a positive way. The head coach is the only person authorized to dispute an umpire's call, and he/she must do so in a calm and quiet, non-confrontational manner.  The head coach is also accountable for the actions of their players and parents. 

Player Behavior
Players are expected to honor the game, compete in a safe manner and respect their fellow players. 

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