Omaha Suburban Athletic Association (OSAA) is a non-profit organization which provides Omaha-area families with recreational and select youth sports programs including baseball, softball, football and volleyball. Our primary playing fields are located in Lamp Park at 114th and West Dodge.
Volunteering . . . it’s a great feeling. There are many ways to get more involved at Suburban. If you would like to help we can sure use you. A commissioner’s job is very rewarding. They help put the teams together for their league, support the coaches, arrange makeup games, and ensure the season is running smoothly. There are plenty of experienced commissioners on the Suburban board to help new commissioners out as they learn the ropes. You do not have to have a child in a particular league to be its commissioner.
If being a commissioner is not for you, we have other jobs. Did you know that there are thirty spots on the board and less then half of them are baseball or softball commissioners. We need help with equipment, field services and so much more. If you do not want to get that involved coach, be an assistant coach, help with practices, help at games, keep score, be a team mom, or find one of many other ways to help. Just get involved.
If you have an idea that I have not mentioned please send it to me. Go to the website and click on the president button and email me your idea. But be careful, getting involved is contagious and you just might like it.