Parks & Recreation

The Parks and Recreation Department develops and maintains parks and facilities, while also providing recreational programs geared towards enhancing the overall well-being for the residents of East Greenwich, NJ.

Parks and Recreation Committee President
Parade Chairperson

Laura Decinque


Parks and Recreation Committee Liaison

Rick Schober

Youth Sports

East Greenwich Youth Basketball League

This program allows local youth, in grades 3 through 5, to participate in basketball games within the school’s district and the county. Registration is held in October and the season begins in November.

Bill Gray
(856) 423-7991

Information Officer:
Mike Cannon
(856) 856-241-2750

Dates will be announced via their website.

Kingsway Youth Football

This organization functions as a feeder program for the Kingsway Regional High School football system.

Larry Murdock, President

Dates will be announced via their website.

Second Thursday of each month January through July and every Thursday August 1 through November 30 at the Samuel N. Giordano Sports Complex.

Kingsway Youth Cheerleading Program

This organization functions as a feeder program for the Kingsway Regional High School Cheerleading system.

Stephanie Ramsey

Dates will be announced via their website.

Kingsway Elite Rec Cheerleading

Kingsway Elite Rec cheer is a small, nationally recognized performance recreation cheer team located in South Jersey. Our mission is to provide cheerleaders, ages 5-18, a safe, fun and educational environment that focuses on teaching stunting technique, cheer and dance. Our cheer teams compete from Level 1 to Level 4 and train cheerleaders with little or no experience to top level cheerleaders. Our goal is to empower our girls to believe in themselves and each other at all times. Our season begins in late August and continues through February. Evaluations for our 10th season are coming up in June.

For more information, please visit our website or contact us.



Kingsway Youth Lacrosse Club

The lacrosse club is dedicated to growing the sport of lacrosse in the area. Kingsway Youth Lacrosse is open to all Boys and Girls that are in grades 3 through 8 as of January 1, 2013.

Tony Amoroso, President

Dates will be announced via their website.

East Greenwich Little League, Inc.

The Little League provides a supervised program of competitive baseball and softball games conforming to the rules of Little League Baseball, Inc. All East Greenwich Children between 4-16 are eligible to join this league.

Ben Casella, President

Online registration from December to 2nd week in February.

Board meetings:
At the Little League Clubhouse on Jessup Mill Road. Dates and times on their website,

East Greenwich Soccer Association

The Soccer Association promotes, fosters and perpetuates the game of soccer on a youth level and provides competition for all its members to play the game in accordance with high standards of sportsmanship and fair play.


Social Media:

Dates will be announced through a mailing or see their website.

Board Meetings:
Last Wednesday of each month, 8:45 pm at the East Greenwich Municipal Building on Democrat Road in Mickleton, NJ.

Kingsway Dragon Junior Wrestling Association, Inc.

Provides instruction in the sport of wrestling to children within the Kingsway Regional High School sending district. Participants range from K-8 grades. Signups are held in the fall.

More information can be found at or on Facebook under 'Kingsway Junior Wrestling'.

Dennis Callahan

Kingsway Youth Field Hockey

The Kingsway Youth Field Hockey (KYFH) program serves children in Kindergarten through 8th grade from the Kingsway Regional school sending district for an instructional and competitive program where basic field hockey skills are taught and practiced in a supervised setting under the guidance of experienced coaches. Our goal is to help children develop confidence, discipline, and respect, while stressing the importance of sportsmanship and teamwork, all while developing a love for the sport of field hockey.

KYFH belongs to the South Jersey Field Hockey League, a competitive and organized league that includes teams from 15 other towns in South Jersey.

Megan Snyder

Registration is held annually throughout the month of May. The season (practices and games) begins in late August and concludes in late October.