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OUR MISSION

Established in 2004 to serve the

Western Maryland Lacrosse communities of

Allegany, Carroll, Garrett, Frederick, and Washington Counties.

Through responsive and effective leadership, the Western Maryland Chapter of US Lacrosse strives to provide programs and services in our geographic territory that inspire participation, enhance & retain membership, and build lacrosse awareness while protecting the integrity of the game.

We envision a future which offers people everywhere the opportunity to discover, learn, participate in, enjoy, and ultimately embrace the shared passion of the lacrosse experience.

*WMDUSLAX posts all lacrosse related information happening in our area for informational purposes only.

The Western MD Chapter of US Lacrosse does not endorse ANY club team or organization over another and believes that each family can and should make their own decision regarding the programs available in our area.

Rent your Stuff - Before you buy
RENTAL EQUIPMENT IS AVAILABLE for our boys new to the sport or just wanting to try out more expensive equipment before making the big purchase commitment!
**FALL BALL SPECIAL**
Total for a set will be 40.00 plus tax for fall ball ONLY and 80.00 plus to include winter season as well (up to Feb 1st).
Rentals are through Tom Powell.  He may be reached via email:

 
 EXAMPLE OF WHAT TO EXPECT:

 Equipment   Purchase Price Rental Price
  HELMET   $ 70  $ 30
 SHOULDER PADS  $ 40  $ 20
 ARM PADS    $ 40  $ 20
 GLOVES  $ 40  $ 20
 
Purchase prices are estimates and may run more or less depending on Value of equipment chosen. 
Rental period adjusts according to season.

All rental fees may be put toward purchase.

by posted 08/27/2012
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