Presentation on theme: "SCRA Annual Meeting February 13, 2013 A year in review for 2012-2013."— Presentation transcript:
SCRA Annual Meeting February 13, 2013 A year in review for 2012-2013
Annual Meeting Agenda Introductions Election of New Board members Tennis Report Aquatics Report Activities Report Facilities Report Membership Report Financial Report Q & A
Current SCRA Board Board of Directors: David Drover, Swim and Treasurer Co-Chair & Aquatics Co- Chair* David Engstrom, Secretary & Facilities Chair * Leslie Fiedler, President * Bob Kessler, Tennis Chair * Jan Rossi, Treasurer Co-Chair & Aquatics Co-Chair Corinne Thomas, Membership Chair April Triantis, Activities Chair * Current term expires 2013
SCRA Committees & Chairs 2012-13 Aquatics – David Drover & Jan Rossi Tennis – Bob Kessler Membership – Corinne Thomas Facilities - David Engstrom Activities – April Triantis NOTE: Members interested in serving on a committee please contact a Board member
Stanford Athletics Staff Stanford Athletics Staff (DAPER - Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation) Steve Robe, SCRA General Manager Andrea Barnes, Tennis Director Scott Shea, Aquatics Director & Head Coach Ray Purpur, Deputy Athletic Director
New Board Members Election The SCRA Nominating Committee recommends the following slate of candidates for 2013-15 SCRA Board: Scott Fendorf Mark Gonzalgo Obul Kambham Catherine Wilson
SCRA Tennis Committee Bob Kessler, Chair Barbara Yu, Ann Porteus, Joe Lipsick, Andrea Barnes (ex officio)
SCRA Tennis SCRA Tennis Director: Andrea Barnes 2011-12 United States Professional Tennis Association Northern California Pro of the Year President of USPTA Northern California 2013-14 Associate Tennis Pros: Ann Henricksson, Lejia Hodzic, Corinne Mansourian Adult Tennis 70+ regular players, many other social players EPATT women’s doubles league participating club Hosted 10 adult teams in USTA league play. Hosted largest Midpeninsula USPTA Tennis Across America free clinic event
Junior Tennis Undefeated Midpeninsula Junior Interclub League Champions for second consecutive year. Only Mid-peninsula club to host USTA Junior League teams in all age divisions. 150+ juniors in clinic and junior team program during 2012. Over 45 juniors participated in USTA Norcal sanctioned play in 2012.
10 and Under Tennis SCRA leads Mid-peninsula in age 10 and under programming. 10 and under team won the Northern California Future Tennis Champs Invitational…the largest team event for 10 and under players of the NorCal tennis year! SCRA ne of the first two Peninsula clubs to be recognized as an official USTA “10 and Under Tennis Facility.” SCRA is host club for weekly Friday 36 and 60 foot Midpeninsula interclub play in June and July. SCRA hosted Regional Future Champs Invitational team tournament. SCRA hosted area wide USTA 10 and Under USTA Player Development Camp.
SCRA Swim Committee David Drover & Jan Rossi, Co-Chairs Scott Fendorf, Scott Shea (ex officio)
14 SCRA Aquatics Program Objectives Promote water safety & teach basic to advanced swimming skills. Create an environment that is fun, where individuals feel good about who they are & what they are doing. Instill confidence & enthusiasm about swimming. Offer a wide range of programs that meet individual and family needs.
15 SCRA Aquatics Private & Group Lesson Program Formal year-round lesson programs offered Feeder to SCRA & PASA team programs Pre-Comp/Development team Transition program from lessons to swim team SCRA Summer team Peninsula Swimming Association SCRA, University Club, Foothills, Fremont Hills, Alpine Hills, Ladera Oaks PASA USA team SCRA founding member SCRA, PASC, Alpine Hills, Foothills, DKS, LAGCC
16 SCRA Aquatics Lesson Program Program Objectives: Teach valuable swimming skills & water safety. Instill deep love for and interest in swimming. Build confidence & sense of accomplishment. Added Programming: Year Long Lesson Program. Revised user-friendly online sign-up system. Ribbons & certificates for program completion Mandatory staff development & ongoing training Internship program used to help prepare future teachers & coaches
SCRA Aquatics Lessons Program Spring: Group Lessons on Sat & Sun in April & May; 80 Group Lesson slots. Private Lessons with 88 slots. Summer: 10 week-long Class Sessions: Mon-Thu; over 100 students per session in Group & Private classes. Three 3-day weekend sessions Sat & Sun in June, July, & Aug; Over 40 students per session in Group & Private classes. Fall: Private Lesson had 57 slots filled; Group lessons had 99 slots filled. Winter: Private Lessons had 47 slots filled; Group Lessons had 20 slots filled.
18 SCRA Aquatics: Pre-Competitive Program Objectives – Teach basic & advanced swimming skills & water safety – Develop understanding of 4 competitive strokes – Instill deep love for & interest in swimming – Build confidence & sense of accomplishment Added Programming – Clear move-up requirements & end-of-session evaluations – Up-to-date group website & email communication
19 SCRA Aquatics: Pre-Competitive Pre-Comp Three class levels : A, B, & C Classes run in either 8-week or 4-week sessions Small group instruction: A - Swimmer to coach ratio 6:1 B - Swimmer to coach ratio 8:1 C - Swimmer to coach ratio 10:1 (or less) Development - RED Group: Ages - 11-up, age specific Enrollment between 80 - 100 swimmers per session
20 SCRA Aquatics: Summer Team Program Objectives Strengthen relationships among families & build community pride Teach swimmers valuable life skills Provide leadership opportunities for middle & high school students “Next step” for lesson program swimmers Transition swimmers to year-round program Added programing: Team website: http://www.scraswimming.com/summerleaguehttp://www.scraswimming.com/summerleague Up-to-Us Parent volunteer system & automated reminders Internship program for 13-15 year olds Increased community building & swimmer activity nights Team movie night, practice group activity nights, Bingo night, & Raging Waters Trip
SCRA Aquatics Summer Team Practice: April - July Compete: June & July in 5 Dual Meets, 1 Relay Meet, & final Championship Meet 2012: xxx swimmers 2011: 125 swimmers 2010: 90 swimmers 60% swim year round
22 SCRA Aquatics PASA Year-Round Program Objectives Create an environment that is fun and rewarding for all team members & their families. Develop community and a sense of team spirit through shared goals & objectives. Offer the most comprehensive program in the area with concern to swimming technique and training. Added Programming Head Coach - Scott Shea Head Age-Group Coach - Joey Sementelli Director of Pre-Competitive Swimming - Laura Mitchell, Coaches Irina Slesar, Meredith Beebe Evaluations & explicit move-up requirements. Strong communication with team families via email, the Weekly Update, parent meetings, the website blog, and our Facebook page. Team activity nights & events such as our Team Holiday Party.
23 SCRA Aquatics PASA Year-Round PASA - USA team 150 Swimmers Gold Medal Club in 2009-2012 5 practice group levels Age Group 1, 2, 3 Elite practice groups: JR Group & SR Group
24 SCRA Aquatics: PASA Alumni The following are SCRA/PASA alumni who graduated from the Senior Group swimmers and went on to attend college: Katie Reeves - UCSB, Tara Levens - University of Chicago, Casey Barnes Waychus - Penn, Allison Frisbie - Purdue, Audry Kwong - UCD, Megan Fischer-Colbrie - Stanford, Haley Read - Duke, Mattie Wheeler - Yale, Veronica Tse - Washington University St. Louis, Matt Murray - University of Virgina, Blake Weber - Claremont McKenna, Ben Hinshaw - Cal, Brad Murray - Georgetown, Nick Trowbridge - Cal, Anne Peanasky - UCSB, Teva Levens - Dartmouth, Shuya Lou - Hawaii, Rohan Patnaik - Georgetown, Jesse Bergman - UCLA, Marisa Martinson - Davidson, Stephanie Lim - Stanford, Stephanie Nguyen - Williams, Elizabeth Murray - LMU, Adam Hinshaw - Cal, Jeremie DeZwirek - Columbia, Jacqui Levere - Yale, Casey Lincoln -Yale, Rachael Acker - Cal, Kevin Bishop - Stanford, Ted Lim - Stanford The current SCRA/PASA Seniors (Class of 2012) who have made early commitments to college: Krystal Feri - University of Missouri, Molly Zebker - Columbia, Jessie Ho - University of Chicago, Erica Myers - Williams
SCRA Activities Report April Triantis, Chair Jan Rossi, Corinne Thomas, Steve Robe (ex officio)
SCRA Activities Out of the pool and beyond the courts, here is what else has been going on at SCRA this year: Music for Kids: Learning music through singing, dancing, developing basic musical competence in children 5 years old and under held each quarter. Special Kid parties: Halloween with pumpkin patch, Valentines, & Spring Peter Cottontail parties. SCRA Fun Camp: During the summer Monday-Friday 9am-3pm with six sessions starting mid June with up to16-18 kids each week. Designed for children ages 5-9 years old. Adult Group Fitness Classes: Yoga(s), Pilates, Tai Chi, Stretch & Strengthen for Seniors, & water aerobics each week in quarter sessions. Group sizes range from 7 to 15 individuals for each class.
Wine Club: Meets quarterly with about 15-20 regular attendees lead by our own SCRA Member John Haeger. If interested contact Steve Robe for details. Annual 4th of July Party: Approximately 300-400 Members attend each year with Kids Carnival, BBQ of hotdogs & hamburgers with a potluck of sides and desserts. Chili Tasting Contest, and swimming games to end the day. Always a fun time. Wine Tasting Day: On a Saturday afternoon in June, area wine makers come to SCRA setting up under the trees providing samples of their wines and taking orders. A great way to spend a day at SCRA. Food Trucks at SCRA: Provided weekday lunches and for special events. Hope to continue this summer. Special Events (Past & Future): Spring Fling, Summer Family Nights BBQ showing a movie outdoors on the grass. Possible hockey & baseball outings (Sharks, Stanford, Giants, or A’s) outings throughout the year. If interested in attending or need more details any of these events contact Steve Robe or April Triantis. SCRA Activities
SCRA Facilities Report David Engstrom, Co-Chairs Leslie Fiedler, Ray Purpur
SCRA Facilities The SCRA Facilities Committee has been working on a Board-approved Play Structure Project, in which a new play structure will be installed at SCRA. Location: Installation of a play structure in NE corner of picnic area (adjacent to parking lot & tennis courts). Cost: Approximatey $30,000 (three companies under consideration for installation). Remaining Tasks: Final board approval of precise play structure model, choosing “fall zone” surface, and fencing (if required).
NOTE: The exact play structure configuration has not been selected. Colors under consideration will blend into environment (e.g., green and earth tones). SCRA Facilities Sample Play Structure
Membership Update RegularEmeritusTOTAL Club Users Memberships34980429 TOTAL VOTING34980 (40 votes)389 TOTAL NON-VOTING460 Extended Family16NA16 DAPER16NA16 Winter Swim9NA9 Special5NA5 TOTAL39580475 (389 votes) Leave Of Absence (LOA)415 Grand Total Memberships480
Local Club Comparison Initiation Fee Monthly Dues for Club Membership Total Assessments Alpine Hills $25,000$200675 $50/month 2006-2016 Foothills$12,900$200330N/A Fremont Hills* $14,900$280428N/A Ladera Oaks $14,000$263525 $50/month 2010-loan paid off University Club $17,500$215552N/A SCRA$2000 $120 Regular $90 Emeriti 475$0
SCRA Financial Report David Drover & Jan Rossi, Co-Chairs (Co-Treasurers)