Sports briefs, Jan. 6, 2021

Cambridge Little League
2021 Cambridge Little League Online Registration is now open at cambridgelittleleaguemd.org. In-person dates are not yet determined.
“CLL will update our Facebook Page once the dates are finalized,” a statement from the league said. “CLL is looking forward to getting back to the ballpark and having a great 2021 Little League Season.”

Six Pillars Century
The Character Counts MidShore organization could not sustain through 2020, even with generous support the community. The fund-raising event Six Pillars Century is being taken over by TCR Event Management and will become a fundraiser for our new programs at For All Seasons, with the same mission to help local youth.
“We appreciate your continued support and can’t wait to see you on May 1,” a statement from organizers said. For information, visit 6pillarscentury.org.

YMCA Caroline Mentoring
Adopt a Sign Challenge — Leaders at the Caroline YMCA are looking for 30 Caroline County residents and businesses who want to make a difference by helping to spread the word about the YMCA Caroline Mentoring Project.
Contact Program Coordinator Angel Perez to ask for your sign at carolineymcamentoring@ymcachesapeake.org and place it where others can see it. “Ask for your sign today,” a statement from organizers said. “You have the power to change a life forever.”

YMCA of the Chesapeake
All 11 branches of the YOC:
• Require temperature checks for all staff and members
• Re-organized wellness centers and weight rooms to allow six feet of distance between all wellness machines and equipment
• Require masks use while moving through the facilities.
• Have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfection throughout our facilities
We have seen over 211,296 members check-in across the Shore and have only seen two cases of COVID-19 and NO cases that have originated at the Y.