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1 AHS Baseball Booster Club September 18, 2012

2 Agenda Gordy Nevers – Call to Order and Meet the Board Coach Muller Gordy Nevers – AHS Baseball Booster Club Purpose Gordy Nevers – Spring/Summer Program Differentiation Financials Rob Schmitt – Sponsorship & Media Guide Alan Bossert – Fall Field Day Julie Kellogg – Fundraising opportunities (King Soopers, Select Rewards) Gordy Nevers –Summer Warrior Club Baseball 2013 –Summer Scholarships –Community Relations –Advanced notice on Board expenditures –“In Waiting” Board elections –Survey Monkey – feedback and communication –Guest Speakers (physicians, NCAA, umpires, psychologists, athletes) –Confidential Q & A Final questions

3 Executive Board Establish and Operate Budget Make all financial decisions on revenue, expenses and fund-raising Coordinate with coach(s) the administration of all off-season activities Concessions Sharon Ramirez Fund-Raising Julie Kellogg President Gordy Nevers Secretary Matt Johnston Vice-President Rob Schmitt Treasurer John Kellogg Community Relations TBD Communications TBD Media Guide TBD Sponsorships TBD King Soopers Stephanie Lindell Scholarships TBD Game Day Services Adam Trask Field Maintenance Alan Bossert/Mike Freeman

4 Coach Muller

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6 AHS Baseball Booster Club Summary A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Supports the AHS Baseball Program at all levels Self supporting Maintains baseball facilities – Varsity/JV fields, Concessions Funds capital improvements to facilities and equipment Sponsors summer program and winter workouts

7 AHS Baseball Booster Club Purpose The AHS Booster Club supports the Arapahoe High School Baseball program in several ways. Due to district athletic budgets being almost non-existent, it is imperative that our Booster Club (the parents) support our baseball program. The sole purpose of our Booster Club is to support our players and coaches in the development of our baseball program at Arapahoe High School. The AHS Baseball Booster Club has several key responsibilities that support this purpose. This includes, yet is not limited to: volunteer assistance with field maintenance/upgrades, merchandise sales, concession sales and most importantly…Fund Raising. A scholarship program is also in place for the summer season.

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9 Spring/Summer Program Differentiation Spring Incremental spending (coaches) Field Maintanance Uniforms School Sponsored Activity Field Equipment Summer Hire coaches Detached from school Field Maintenance Uniforms Club Organization Field Equipment Umpires League/Tournament fees

10 AHS Baseball Current Financials Revenue$124,385 Expenses $121,239 Cash on hand $18,000

11 Rob Schmitt

12 Julie Kellogg

13 Warrior Club Baseball Summer 2013

14 Warrior Club Baseball– Summer 2013 Program Descriptions Warrior Baseball 17U (Est. $2100 cost per player) –Coaching Fees (2 coaches) –Field maintenance –Uniforms (jersey and hat) –65 Total Slammers hours (includes cages, turf field and strength area…plus Slammers Staff) –League play –One out of state tournament…location TBD –Covers 2013 Don Mattingly World Series air and land, location TBD (“rebate-able” if we do not qualify) Warrior Baseball 16U (Est. $1400 cost per player) –Coaching Fees (2 coaches) –Field maintenance –Uniforms (jersey and hat) –65 Total Slammers hours (includes cages, turf field and strength area…plus Slammers Staff) –League play –One out of state tournament…location TBD Warrior Baseball 15U (Est. $1100 cost per player) –Coaching Fees (2 coaches) –Field maintenance –Uniforms (jersey and hat) –65 Total Slammers hours (includes cages, turf field and strength area…plus Slammers Staff) –League play

15 Player Fundraising Scenario How do families help cover these costs? Fundraising… –Banner Sales ($250 Booster Club/$250 Player Account) –AHS Baseball Program Ad Sales ($100 Booster Club/$100 Player Account) –King Soopers Card usage example(4 months): Gasoline -28 $60.00 = $1680 ($42 Booster Club/$42 Player Account) Groceries $4000 ($50 Booster Club/$50 Player Account) –Select Rewards 10 books = $200 ($100 Booster Club/$100 Player) This example raises $542…

16 Scholarships

17 Community/Public Relations

18 Colorado Cares Food Drive

19 Advanced Notice of Expenditures

20 “In Waiting” Board Elections

21 Continuous Feedback As mentioned last week, our 2013 Summer Baseball planning has begun. The Arapahoe Baseball Booster Board is reaching out to you so we can shape the program to best meet the needs and expectations of the members. Over the next month or so, the “club team” recruiting will begin in earnest and we want to better define the Arapahoe program so you can make a decision that best fits the needs of your player. Please take a moment to complete a 10 question confidential survey that will help guide the Board. If you wish additional conversation, please identify yourself on question #10 with your phone number and I will be happy to call you. We would also like to hear from the graduating Seniors on your thoughts. To launch the survey (Surveymonkey), click on the link below. Thank you, Gordy Nevers

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