East Greenwich’s Our Lady of Mercy Seeking Baseball Coaches For Spring

I received an email from Dean Burdon about a coaching vacancy at Our Lady of Mercy Middle School in East Greenwich. Burdon, who I coached against this summer at the Jaxon Marocco Friendship Tournament, wrote:

Baseball Coaches Wanted

OLM Middle School is looking for a head coach and assistant coach to instruct its 6th thru 8th grade team for the months of April and May. Responsibilities include four practices/games per week. Compensation to be based on experience. Please call Dean Burdon at 401.487.8784 to discuss further.

Our Lady of Mercy Middle School is located at 55 4th Ave., East Greenwich, RI. If you are interested in this coaching position or know a qualified candidate, please contact Dean Burdon at 401.487.8784 or email dean@tameracq.com. And please share with others on social media, via email, and word of mouth so we can get OLM a quality coach for the Spring.

You can find Our Lady of Mercy Middle School online at www.olmschool.org.


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