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CDSA is a nonprofit voluntary organization dedicated to providing a positive and safe instructional sports environment for the youth of the community of Dekalb County. Our Association serves the community and continues to grow in membership every year. Because of our tremendous size and growth, weve created this web site to help provide you with information we feel is important in order to make your baseball season happy and rewarding. Our Site is designed to handle all of our communication needs on-line, so please visit with us every day. Please review the instructional page, so you will be able to take full advantage of our web site. CDSA, as with all of the associations in Dekalb County, is allowed to operate under the general guidance of the Dekalb County Parks and Recreation Division, and we must abide by the rules and policies set forth by Parks and Recreation. Our Association consists of community volunteers for its operation. Its important to remember that each and every Board member, Committee member, League Commissioner and Coach is volunteering their own time and effort to provide the best program possible without any form of remuneration. We encourage you to consider what you might be able to do to help us out. Many different talents and skills are needed to operate an association of our size and you may have a particular skill that we need. You can tell us how were doing or send us information by clicking here to email us. If you have a question about a particular committee, please click here to go to the Board page and send it directly to the Committee Chair. Check back often. CDSA CODE OF CONDUCT It is the policy of CDSA to promote the development of strong character, a right attitude and a sense of responsibility and citizenship in youngsters. It is the purpose of CDSA to achieve this goal through fair play and good sportsmanship with adult leaders providing the example. It is strictly against the policy of CDSA for any person, either as a participant, coach or spectator to engage in arguments, to use abusive language, to harass or make any threatening gestures towards umpires, coaches, players or league officials or to exhibit any behavior not in concert with the general intention of this policy statement. Failure to abide by this policy will result in removal from the park. Any further incidents may result in permanent suspension from Wade Walker Park. Any player caught fighting or found consuming any controlled substance will be suspended from league play for an amount of time to be determined by the Player Agent and the respective League Commissioner. Upcoming Events and News for Wade Walker Park