Katie Stotler is Little League Volunteer of the Year

Morgan County Little League honored volunteer Katie Stotler during this year’s closing ceremonies for her contributions to the youth baseball league.

League officials said of Stotler:

“Before our season winds down and our players disperse into their summer adventures, we would like to take this moment to dedicate our last pitch of the season to an amazing volunteer that has a huge heart for all! With her hard work and dedication towards making sure our concession stand is cleaned, stocked and labeled, walking the pavement with her players in order to find sponsors to donate a freezer an fridge for concessions, became a new member on the MCLL board.

“She somehow dedicates her time and makes it a goal in her life, to incorporate lifelong values with everything she does all the while she includes her husband and children. This woman has donated her time and stepped up and out of her normal day to day styling and cutting hair for her clients because she believes in the values that Morgan County Little League  program establishes towards its players and their families,” shared Little League board member Melissa Bartley.

“Little League Baseball and Softball is much more than just bats, balls, a field, dugouts, or any of the other dozens of physical items that go into baseball and softball. It has become, over the years, a leadership program for both children and adults, with the aim of helping children to become good and decent citizens, instead of just athletes,” said Bartley.

Morgan County Little League recognized Katie Stotler (center) as their Volunteer of the Year. She is pictured with her son, Landen Kolb, and League President Lynn Compton.