Presentation on theme: "2013-2014 BAB General Membership Meeting October 6, 2014."— Presentation transcript:
BAB General Membership Meeting October 6, 2014
President’s Report Beth O’Donnell THANKS to Chip for covering the meeting. THANKS to Chip for covering the meeting. GOLF OUTING thanks. GOLF OUTING thanks. Suggestions for speakers for upcoming mtgs. Suggestions for speakers for upcoming mtgs. Chick fil a Chick fil a Sound System! Sound System! TX to all officers/committees for off-meeting TX to all officers/committees for off-meeting commitments s, minutes, google blasts, commitments s, minutes, google blasts, concessions etc concessions etc Renewal Levy coming up…no new taxes! Renewal Levy coming up…no new taxes!
1st Vice President’s Report Ron Ring March Madness Party March 21st Update on the March Madness event on 3/21/14: - Contract for St. Sava's has been sign to secure the venue; $1000 deposit made - $20 per person cost was maintained for 2015; all details/services remain the same as '14 Tailgate - Ron will be working on Games, Committees and Volunteers in
2 nd Vice President’s Report Chip Bell
Secretary’s Report Mary Grace Dimitrijevs
BEE Athletic Boosters Meeting September 8, 2014 Attendees: Jennifer Starinsky, Dan Kalinsky, Mary Grace Dimitrijevs, JoAnn Farwell, Chip Bell, Dianne Fischer, Annie Barth. Teri Speck, Deb Burkhart, Kris Cipolla, Linda Carney, Cindy Klaus, Linda Richardson, Mike Weisbarth, Suzanne Sorige, Tim Perdion, Donna Nowacki, Len Nowacki, Catherine Wurts. The meeting was called to order at 7:06 by Second Vice President, Chip Bell. President, Beth O’Donnell (Not Present): Golf outing was a success. Thank you to Dave Best and boosters for a great group effort. Marc’s donated boxed lunches, fruit and waters. This helped cut down on expenses. First Vice President, Ron Ring (Not Present): March Madness fundraiser, on March 21, will allow winter sports parents to attend. Second Vice President, Chip Bell: Chip asked everyone to help generate membership. Platinum membership will get member in to every home game. Pay pal receipt will get member into game if card is not received by then. Gold membership will get member into one home game. Secretary, Mary Grace Dimitrijevs: Nothing to report. Teri Speck made a motion to approve the August Regular minutes. Deb Burkhart seconded the motion. Dianne Fischer made a motion to approve the August Executive minutes. Teri Speck seconded the motion. A voice vote was held. The motion carried.
Treasurer, JoAnn Farwell: The Treasurer’s report was presented. We had $22,000 in net income. The golf outing made $10,700 profit. Tim Lally made a $2,000 donation to the event. 104 golfers participated in the outing. There is $4.400 in permanent improvement fund. There is $32,000 total equity in booster account. Jennifer Starinsky made a motion to approve the financial statements. Teri Speck seconded the motion. A voice vote was held. The motion carried. Membership, Julie Seballos: (Not Present) Memberships are steadily flowing in. Membership Team Reports, Jennifer Starinsky: Fall sports are off to a great start! Cheerleaders are ready for elementary night, Sept. 12, at football game. Cheerleaders will be sponsoring ALS walk on Sept. 21. Girls’ varsity soccer record is 4 wins, 0 ties, 2 losses. (2-0 in conference). The 4 victories were shut outs. Girls’ JV soccer record is 2 wins, 2 ties, 2 losses. Boys’ varsity soccer record is 4 wins, 1 tie, 0 losses. Boys’ JV soccer record is 1 win, 3 ties, 1 loss. Boys’ JVB soccer record is 2 wins, 1 tie, 0 losses. Girls’ varsity tennis record is 10 wins and 3 losses. Girls’ JV tennis players are undefeated.
Southwest tennis tournament to be held on Saturday. Freshman football record is 1 win and 1 loss. JV football has 2 losses, Varsity football has 2 wins and 0 losses. High School Athletic Director, Dan Kalinsky: Next 3 varsity football games will be at home. We lost the Principal’s Cup to North Royalton during our weeklong friendly athletic competition. The football team kept the “Golden Shoe”. The new conference for next year includes: Brecksville, NR, Nordonia, Hudson, Twinsburg, Stow, Cuyahoga Falls, and Wadsworth. The sound system work in the gym is complete. The improvement is definitely noticeable. The stadium turf is in its eighth year. The average life expectancy is 7-10 years for football turf. Our turf is used for multiple sports and gym classes so it is in need of being replaced. The cost will be $375, ,000 and will take place next summer. The school/athletic department has $280,000 saved for turf project. Ken Ganley donated $20,000. All of the teams that play or practice on turf will also be asked to donate. The Boosters will be asked for no more than $50,000. The tennis courts have been patched but still need to be redone. Allocation Requests: Girls’ championship gymnastics team requests $ to spend on shorts.
Old Business: The allocation request for scoreboard painting was approved at September executive board meeting. Scoreboard painting is complete. New Business: Suzanne Sorige asked for suggestions on how to raise money for tennis court improvements. She asked for individuals willing to meet to share ideas and previous experiences in raising money for major projects. Jennifer Starinsky volunteered to share her baseball\softball field fund-raising with her. THE NEXT MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, AT 7:00 IN THE MEDIA CENTER. The meeting was adjourned at 7:55 p.m.
BEE Athletic Boosters Executive Meeting September 8, 2014 Attendees: Jennifer Starinsky, Dan Kalinsky, JoAnn Farwell, Chip Bell, Mary Grace Dimitrijevs The meeting was called to order at 7:59 by Second Vice President, Chip Bell. Items discussed: Allocation requests: During the general booster meeting, the girls’ gymnastics team requested $ for shorts. A discussion was held about the length of time between the championship and the allocation request. As stated in the bylaws, the championship team has up to 60 days to make an allocation request. This was the third time the gymnastics team asked for an allocation after 60 days. In the future, allocation requests will not be granted after the 60 days. Chip Bell made a motion to allocate $ for purchasing shorts for the conference championship girls’ gymnastics team. Mary Grace Dimitrijevs seconded the motion. A voice vote was held. The motion unanimously carried. The picnic tables arrived for the stadium in memory of Robert Kalinsky. Checks have been donated to the permanent improvement fund in the memory of Dave Fulton.
In an effort to update the bylaws, Chip Bell recommended that the executive board members divide up and read different sections of the bylaws before the next meeting. He will be assigning sections to each officer. The executive board would like to get an outline of the golf outing planning from Dave Best so that a transition can be made to the next person that undertakes it. Dave is welcome to plan it for years to come, but if he declines, we need to find a replacement. THE NEXT MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, AT 7:00 IN THE MEDIA CENTER. The meeting was adjourned at 8:20 P.M.
Treasurer’s Report JoAnne Farwell
Membership Report Julie Seballos
Team Report Jennifer Starinsky
Athletic Department Report High School Dan Kalinsky
Athletic Department Report Middle School Andy Fisher
Allocation Requests: Girls Gymnastics
Approved by Executive Board at the August Meeting Allocation Requests Dan Kalinsky requested $2,000 from score board advertising to be put towards painting the scoreboard. The athletic department will also contribute $2,000. Project will be completed before the first game. We received a $ donation so Boosters allocated $1,500 toward the scoreboard.
Golf Outing BAB Old Business
BAB New Business
Thanks for your involvement in Boosters and helping to make positive memories for student athletes! A trophy carries dust. Memories last forever.”– Mary Lou Retton
BAB Next Meeting Monday November 3 7:00 p.m. Media Room
Thank You for Attending Your Bees Athletic Boosters Meeting!