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Sports Authority Middle Village is offering 20% OFF your entire purchase the weekend of (8/24 and 8/25) for FHYAA families and friends .

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Please help support our local FHYAA sponsors 

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QueensWay Project Information

Posted by Michael Polikoff at Nov 29, 2012 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )

Map of proposed QueensWay 

On December 12th, members from  Friends of the QueensWay and the Trust for Public Land gave a presentation and answered questions concerning their proposal to build a public greenway along the railroad tracks that run adjacent to our Fleet Street ballfields and how it will effect our organization and community.

Click here to download Friends of the QueensWay Factsheet
Click here to download Trust for Public Land - The QueensWay Infosheet

Larry Berkowitz
Executive Director 

Forest Hills Youth Activities
Forest Hills Baseball

Please note that we still have room for the 2013 Little League season for 5,6,7 & 8 year olds. Spaces are limited. You can come register at the FHYAA clubhouse (66-01 Fleet Street) Mon-Fri from 12 noon until 5pm.  Sorry, there are no weekend sign-ups.

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Sports Authority Middle Village has got great giveaways and activities planned all day including a $100 gift card raffle every hour, facepainters, DJs, photo booth, and a chance to win a $500 gift card if you’re one of our first 250 people in the door that day (store opens at 8am).

- Mystery Bucks
- $100 Gift Card Givaways
- $500 Shopping Spree

Download and print the special discount coupon and flyer

Help support our local FHYAA sponsors 

Luckily, only minor damage to Fleet Street Fields was caused by Hurricane Sandy on November 29th, 2012. We only lost a couple of trees with minor damage to a boundary fence on field 5 and some portable fencing that had blown over on several fields. Special thanks to Dexter and Bobby for getting the facilities back in shape so quickly. Click here to see pictures of the damage.

The FHYAA hopes that you and your families have weathered the storm safely and look forward to seeing you at the fields soon.