8 Tennis Committee Joe Lipsick, Bob Kessler, co-chairs Barbara Yu, Ann Porteus
9 Tennis • Tennis director: Andrea Barnes Adults Associate pros: Ann Henricksson, Lejia Hodzic, Corinne Mansourian, Michael JessupAdults80+ regular players, many other social playersEPATT women’s doubles league participating clubHosted 6 adult teams in USTA league play despite being based at a construction site with 7 dusty courts and a port-a-pottie!Maintained three women’s weekly clinics and established one new men’s clinic through construction
10 Tennis Juniors 120 juniors in clinic and junior team program. Over 20 juniors participated in Norcal tournament play in 2009.Partnered with Fremont Hills (due to construction at SCRA) to host USTA Norcal Junior League teams in all age divisions.Midpeninsula Junior Interclub League runners-up.Participated in new Fall Midpeninsula Doubles League.
11 Tennis• Ballkids team chosen to work final matches at the SAP Open and the Bank of the West Tennis Championship for the first time in club history.• One of four Bay Area clubs participating in new USTA Quickstart Tennis junior carnival at Pacific Athletic Club.
13 Swim Committee Bob Rouse, chair Phil Yang, Caroline Maier-Albers, Marcus ColeTeal Derrer, Jan Rossi, Ray Levitt, Suzanne Carey, Richard Sousa
14 SCRA aquatics programs PASA USA Swim club teamSCRA founding member 2004SCRA, Foothills, Alpine Hills, Pacific Athletic Club, Los Alto Hills, SPA, and Palo Alto Swim ClubScott Shea SCRA site director/head coachSCRA Summer teamPeninsula Swimming Association memberSCRA, University Club, Foothills, Fremont Hills, Alpine Hills, Ladera OaksAbi Liu SCRA aquatics director
15 PASA (Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics) 1000+ swimmers at all sitesSCRA Site – over 220 participants (competitive andpre-competitive)Gold Medal Club in 2010 (ranked 8th in the Nation)Gold Medal Club in 2009Silver Medal Club in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008.7th short course/5th long course ranked in USA Swimming Virtual Club Championships (6th/8th in 2007/08)
16 PASA Team Highlights Zone 1 North - Champions 2010 USA Winter Nationals st place womenUSA Swimming Winter Sectionals - 1st place(teams from California/Nevada)Long Course Far Westerns - 2nd place
17 PASA Team Individual Highlights National Select Camp - Adam HinshawNational Junior Team - Ben HinshawWestern Zone Select CampTom Kremer, Curtis Ogren, Marie-Pierre Delisle, Alex LuhAge Group All Star MeetsNorth American Challenge CupStephanie Scherp, Julia Harryman, Marie-Pierre Delisle,Sean Nguyen, Curtis Ogren, Jeremie DezwirekPacific Coast All StarSean Nguyen, Daichi Matsuda
18 PASA Team Individual Highlights • 2009 National Junior Qualifiers - 33 (all time high)• SCRA collegiate swimmers now representStanford, Princeton, Kenyon, Williams, Michigan,Loyola-Marymount, NYU, Amherst, Whitman, Northridge, Chapman, Redlands, University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, University of Virginia, Georgetown, Yale, Claremont-McKenna, Duke, Washington University, Leigh, UCLA, UC Davis, UC Berkley,
19 2009 Graduates Thank SCRAFront Row -Mattie Wheeler/Yale, Megan Fischer-Colbrie/Stanford, Haley Read/Duke, Veronica Tse/Washington University, St. LouisBack Row - Matt Murray/University of Virginia, Brad Murray/Georgetown, Nick Trowbridge/UC Berkeley, Blake Weber/Claremont McKenna, Ben Hinshaw/UC Berkeley, Andrew Kim/Lehigh
20 SCRA Summer Team Practice from early April to late July Peninsula Swim Association: SCRA, University Club,Fremont Hills, Ladera Oaks, Alpine Hills, Foothill5 dual meets, 1 relay meet, championship meet at Avery70 swimmers (2009), 60% swim year round
21 SCRA Summer Lessons Spring Splash: 8 weekends, April to June Summer: 9 weekly sessions; 4 days a week, four and half hours a day, over 100 students per session.
22 Swim UpdatesPool schedule being updated with input from swim committee, coachesTo be posted when finalizedRelationship with PASA to changeSeparate financial structure independent of SCRAPool lane rental as with other facilities
25 Membership Changes Comprehensive review of membership list 9 regular and 1 emeritus member changed to non-voting membersUpdated criteria for special circumstances (divorce, etc)Spring Promotion: 50% off initiation feeWorking with Faculty/Staff housing office torecruit new members
26 Membership Update Regular Emeritus TOTAL 303 75 378 10 NA 6 7 15 13 Club UsersFamilies30375378Extended Family10NADAPER6Winter Swim7Other1513TOTAL VOTING75 (37.5 votes)(340.5 votes)TOTAL NON-VOTING38341416Leave Of Absence (LOA)2
27 Proposed ByLaws Change 4.3. ELIGIBILITY: The persons who are eligible to own residences on the Stanford University campus, pursuant to the rules and regulations of Stanford University, shall be eligible to become Voting Members. The Board of Directors may establish priorities among eligible persons in furtherance of the community interests of the Corporation. A single family or household that has two or more eligible persons shall be entitled to only one (1) membership. [Any person who was Stanford housing-eligible when he/she joined SCRA can maintain his/her membership as long as such person continues to pay dues to SCRA and is continuously employed by Stanford, or retires from Stanford after continuous employment at Stanford.]
28 Proposed ByLaws Change 9.1. NOMINATIONS BY COMMITTEE: The chairman of the board or, if none, the president shall appoint a committee [composed] of not less than three Voting Members [or spouses of Voting Members or domestic partners of Voting Members], to nominate qualified candidates for election to the board approximately sixty (60) days before the date of any election of directors. The nominating committee shall make its report at least 14 days before the date of the election, and the secretary shall forward to each member, with the notice of meeting required by these Bylaws, a list of all candidates nominated by committee.
30 Facilities Committee Sharon Dauskardt, Bob Kessler, co-chairs Brian Carilli, Rob Daines
31 Renovation $2M loan from University, $2.5M grant from provost Loan 6.7% over 26 yearsDAPER remains as club management until loan repaidTotal cost much moreReplace and expand current clubhouse2050 sf to 3050 sf
32 Facilities Current changes: Facilities committee formed Play structure committee formedMats in the bathroomsFuture changes?Solar panels for heating the poolPossible towel servicePossible SCRA ParaphernaliaIf interested in joining one of the committees mentioned above, please contact
33 Play Structure Committee Kathy Gurtner, Audrey Gold, Brian Carilli, Christine Klenow, Yvonne Karanas, Stephen Jaeger, Terry Su, Ammie Rodden, Cara Barone, Nancy Fischbein, Ellen Waxman, Andrew Fedder– Please attend our next meeting or contact Kathy Gurtner to join this committee
38 Revenue Revenues FY10 Budget FY10 Jan To Date FY08 FY09 Facility Rental$4,000$2680$2,809$0Initiation Fees$75,000$259,758$33,785$24,500Membership Fees$537,000$427,907$470,965Swim Program Fees$50,000$5050$84,334$50,089Tennis Program Fees$86,000$31,897$110,064$94,254USA Swim (PASA)$266,950$203,363$310,417$247,944SCRA Summer Camp$55,000-$18,347$13,675SCRL GiftTotal Revenues$1,073,950$553,608$987,663$901,427
39 Compensation Expenses FY10 BudgetFY10 Jan To DateFY08FY09SCRA General Salary/Benefits$76,479$131,443SCRA Swim Salary/Benefits$22,003$65,614SCRA Tennis Salary/Benefits$52,303$122,651PASA Salary/Benefits$89,239$200,292SCRA Summer Camp Salary/BenefitsNone yet$14,904SCRA Activities$1824Compensation Total$541,433$241,848$516,098$534,905
40 Non-compensation Expenses FY10 BudgetFY10 Jan To DateFY08FY09Airfare$5,500$331$1,913$1,993Capital Equipment$20,000$0Custodial$25,000$3254$14,877$8,655Debt Service$56,732$65,197Employee-Related$3,500$18,018$18,016$19,744Food/Entertainment$10,875$7,903$4,832$9,165General Other$18,091$13,987$16,935General Services$46,000$4,900$33,408$18,597General Supplies/Materials$30,900$38,094$25,432$117,987Ground Transportation$1,639$57$6,371$6,676IT/Telecommunications$3,000$1,555$4,610$4,464Landscaping$5,596$6,734Lodging$7,290$383$13,272$9,747Other Travel$1,124$100Printing/Publications$4,000$146$138$1,341Rent/Leases$60,000$30,748$61,502$71,545Repair/Maintenance$22,644$8,611$26,685$972Utilities$249,360$27,530$56,248$4,263Non-Compensation Total$489,708$216,355$288,011$364,117
41 Revenue/Expense FY10 Jan To Date FY10 Budget FY08 FY09 Total Revenues $1,073,950$553,608$987,663$901,427Compensation Expense Total$541,433$241,848$516,098$534,905Non-Compensation Expense Total$489,708$216,355$288,011$364,117Total Expense$1,031,141$458,203$804,110$899,022Net Operating Income$42,809 $45,405 $183,553$2,405
42 Net Revenue by Program FY09 Other ExpensesSalary/BenefitsNetSCRA General$495,465$239,337*$131,443$124,685SCRA Camp$13,675$2181$14,904($3410)SCRA Tennis$94,254$6774$122,651($35,171)SCRA Swim$50,089$7511$65,614($23,036)PASA$247,944$108,314**$200,292($60,662)Total $901,427$364,117$534,905$2405*Furniture $92,596; Debt service $65,197; Other $81,544** Pool rental $62,638; Other $45,676
43 Non-Compensation Expense FY09 v FY10 Significant increase in general maintenance expense, debt service and custodial expense budgeted for FY10One-time capital expense $92,596 for furniture FY09Budgeted for significant increase in utilities FY10 (this may be overestimate)No debt service in FY10 budget!?Revenue FY09 v FY10$50,000 donation from SCRL FY10Overly optimistic projections for new members and Summer Camp revenues?
44 Special Thanks Byron Reeves Scott Atlas, Marci Reichelstein, Maureen McNichols,Cindy Kingsley, Barbara ZhangChris Cartwright, Corey Levens, Rita KoltaiJohn HuegenardSteve, Andrea, Abi and ScottRay Purpur