Buford Wolves Green TeeBall and Buford Wolves Green PeeWee won their league championship games at the Bulldog Bash. The tournament was held on the weekend of May 24th/25th at George Pierce Park in Suwanee. PeeWee Wolves had three home runs over the weekend on their way to winning the championship game.
We cannot thank you enough for your contributions to our park. Without your help it would be impossible to provide the opportunity to learn and enjoy baseball and softball to so many young children from our community.
Use our online form to streamline your application and pay by credit card. This helps to ensure your informaiton is submitted immediately and kept on file as well as providing the ability to pay by credit card.
Please be sure to specify which team and coach gets credit for selling the sponsorship. Include age group/league, coach name, and team name.
Unauthorized Vehicles Parked Inside Gate Will Be Towed!!!
NOTICE: Unauthorized Vehicles Parked Inside Gate Will Be Towed!!!
Recently we have noticed several unauthorized vehicles parked inside the upper gate by field 7 and also down by the batting cages and the pavilion. Someone has also removed the no parking sign by the upper gate.
Let this serve as notice that absolutely no one is allowed to drive thru the upper gate for any reason including parking, dropping off or picking up children or attending meetings. This is a safety issue and we have also had problems with people who do not have a key being locked inside the park at night. We are working out arrangements with a local towing company to post signs which give us authority to tow your vehicle without further notice if you are parked inside the gate and are not authorized to do so.
The individuals listed below are the only ones authorized to park inside the gate. This privilege does not extend to family members, assistant coaches, etc.
Current board members
Concession stand employees (does not apply to all volunteers)
Vehicles displaying a current valid handicapped tag or permit (park in designated areas)