Peppermill Youth Association

Peppermill Youth Association offers sports in two leagues. Baseball, basketball and cheerleading will be offered under our Prince George’s County Boys and Girls Club charter and we have partnered with the Capital Beltway League to provide non-boundary contact football. The football program is no longer restrained by boundaries. Our goal has been to be a good service provider to the community in which we reside. The new organizational structure will provide additional options for the children in our local area. Cheerleading will be offered in the Boys and Girls Club as well as the Capital Beltway League. Enrollees will cheer at the football games and compete in the annual local cheerleader competitions. Learn more

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Well, the Peppermill Pirates Jr. Pee Wees pulled it off again!! Another undefeated season! The hard work and determination our dedicated coaches and players put forth this season has lead them to 3 championship titles: 2015 Capital Beltway League D1 Jr. Pee Wee Champions, 2015 Maryland State Champions, and the newly crowned 2015 Big East Regional Champions!!

But it’s not over yet! We are set to defend our national championship title in just a few short days. We have 12 days to raise as much money as we can to get these boys back to Florida…won’t you help? Your donation will help to cover travel expenses and meals for the entire team. Click Here To Donate!

For 40 years, this organization has existed with one purpose in mind and that is to serve the youth of our community. We initially served the community as the Carmody Hills Peppermill Village (CHPV) Recreation Council which became a reality in 1968 when five members of the community actively expressed their concern about limited sporting opportunities for their youth. The Council offered the community a baseball, football and cheerleader program. The football and cheerleading program received welcomed competition with the Capital Beltway League (CBL) where we enjoyed a remarkable 30 year partnership. Learn more

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