Organization Structure and Governance
NVSS is a registered non-profit 501.c.3 sports organization.  It is governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors (BoD) with elected officers.
The BoD is charged with and is responsible for the operation and management of the operations and overall activities of NVSS.  The Board establishes policies and procedures needed to ensure NVSS is an ongoing operation, and for the safe and efficient play of members.  The Board approves all proposals.  Volunteer committee chairs assist the BoD in carrying out the management and operations, as appropriate.
Click the Contact Us button in the header to see a list of officers and committee chairs and their emails.


Day to Day
  • Twice a year divide 500 players into 3 conferences  to form evenly matched league teams.
  • Operate on a financially solvent basis.
  • Schedule and maintain fields.
  • Prepare regular season and tournament game schedules.
  • Procure balls, hats, shirts, and other supplies.
  • Provide umpire training for players.
  • Provide off-season conditioning programs.
  • Provide fielding, pitching, and  batting clinics.
  • Provide batting practice sessions.
  • Provide CPR training.
  • Provide scorekeeping training.
  • And much more...
    All this by NVSS member
    volunteers who follow these
On the Field of Play
What is expected of all members to balance competition, sportsmanship, and camaraderie while playing the game of senior softball?
NVSS Creed
NVSS Code of Conduct
  • The website is a major source of information, including the home page where the activities calendar is found and time-sensitive news is displayed.

  • There are occasional member-wide e-mails for special announcements.

  • Team Managers provide much information (both written and verbal) to players during the season.

  • The SlowPitch newsletter is distributed to all members three times a year.

  • A membership directory is distributed to all members once a year in the late spring.

  • Other sources of general information are:

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