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Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District [ Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 9, 2015 NORWALK ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB MINUTES April 29, 2015 Matt Leek called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. There were eight people present at the meeting. Secretary's Report Minutes from the March meeting were not reviewed and approved due to the absence of Stacy Rosonke at tonight's meet- ing. Treasurer's Report Troy Downs presented the current financial re- ports. Things are going well. The board discussed the Shriner's Game coming up in July. There are two cheerleaders that have been chosen to represent Norwalk in this game. In the past the boosters has donated $150 for an ad congratulating the kids who represent the school. The board agreed that this is a good opportunity for those that are chosen and agreed to continue this. Matt will talk with the girls and get the check and form to them. Nancy LaVelle mo- tioned to accept the cur- rent financials, seconded by Darin Hirl. Motion car- ried. Concession Report Mary Knickerbocker re- ported that she is excited for the May 14 District track meet and hoping for a lot of sales. She indicated she is in need of 15 volun- teers to work the stand for that event. Coaches Wish List Boys Soccer - Coach Kralik requested $472 for coach's apparel. Motion to accept this expenditure was made by Darin Hirl, seconded by Darin Schreck. Motion carried. Boys Soccer - Coach Kralik requested $1,492.62 for coach's apparel. Mo- tion to accept this expen- diture was made by Darin Hirl, seconded by Nancy LaVelle. Motion carried. Boys Golf - Coach Wermerskirchen re- quested $716.10 for range finders. Motion to accept this expenditure was made by Darin Schreck, sec- onded by Mary Knickerbocker. Motion carried. Girls Soccer - Coach Messer requested $203.98 for coach's apparel. Mo- tion to accept this expen- diture was made by Darin Hirl, seconded by Nancy LaVelle. Motion carried. Girls Golf - Coach Gavin requested $105.99 for a range finder. Motion to accept this expenditure" was made by Darin Schreck, seconded by A1 Lammers. Motion carried. Baseball - Coach Wiedmann requested $579.22 for seven coach's shirts. Motion to accept this expenditure was made: by Nancy LaVelle, sec- onded by Darin Schreck. Motion carried. Baseball - Coach Wiedmann requested $10,150 for the baseball field renovation, including crushed brick, dugouts and field work. Motion to accept this expenditure was made by Darin Hirl, seconded by Darin Schreck. Motion carried. Membership Report Jennifer Kreider was, absent from tonight's meeting. No membership report given. Athletic Directors Report A1 Lammers indicated the boys' soccer team is #1 in the state and doing well. The girl's team is doing well as well. The boy's golf team won districts and the girl's team is contending. The boys and girls track teams are very competitive and we are hoping for state qualifiers. Darin Schreck reported the middle school track teams are doing well with a number of kids out. Darin further reported he is working on getting the sound system installed in the coming weeks. Public Relations Nancy LaVelle reported that she is going to put the August golf outing in the Norwalk paper so people can save the date. Old Business No old business. New Business The board discussed purchasing a $3,000 - $5,000 medical cart for Pete to use for his anything related to his athletic train- ir :::needs. The board de- cided to table this request is important to have for freezer so that we elimi- until more information is cleaning purposes in the nate the need to constantly received, stand, move coolers from one Open Discussion The board discussed sport to the next. Matt Leek brought up signage at the fields. Mary Theboard discussed the the need to meet with the indicated that she makes need for a new grill at the team morns who take care her own signs for the base- football stand. The food of setting up the conces- ball/softball stand. She prepared on the grill isn't sion volunteers. Would feels like a sign with each sufficiently cooked. The probably be worth meet- of the individual candies outside of the burgers get ing with them before each noted on them isn't neces- well done, but the inside sport season starts so they sarily needed like it would isn't cooked. We are get- know they have our sup- be at the football field. The ring some complaints from port and know what the board decided to table this customers about things expectations of the volun- and determine if specific not being cooked through. teers are. signs are needed for the Matt Leek reported that Adjournment football or basketball Sam's has a grill for a de- Motion was made by A1 games, cent price, but it isn't com- Lammers to adjourn the Mary reported that the mercial grade. The board meeting, seconded by large freezer has died. She discussed the pros and Darin Schreck. Motion car- checked into repairing it cons of commercial grade ried. Meeting was ad- and it will cost $250-$350 versus a normal larger journed at 8:02 p.m. for a new compressor. The grill, one major factor be- The next NABC meet- board discussed that re- ing cost. Matt reported ing will be held on pairingit probably wasn't that he would research Wednesday, May 27, at 7 worth doing considering a buying a new grill versus p.m. at the Norwalk High new freezer at Sam's Club repairing the current one School Library. is approximately $400. and will come back with Mary reported that it is recommendations by the Respectfully Submitted, possible that Pepsi will June meeting. Matt also StacyRosonke provide us with a new indicated that he would Secretary cooler. The board dis- approach Des Moines *** cussed that it may be ben- fencing about the safety eficial to buy another new issues with kids being May 27, 2015 Matt Leek called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m. There were 10 people present at the meeting. Secretary's Report Minutes from the March meeting were re- viewed. Motion to accept the minutes as written was made by Sara Neil, sec- onded by Jennifer Kreider. Motion carried. Treasurer's Report : Troy Downs presented the current financial re- ports. Troy reported that the first CD at City State Bank came due on May 5. Troy rolled it over into an- other 5 year CD. Troy fur- ther indicated we have tripled our interest income by investing in these CD's. The longer we ladder it, the larger our interest in- come will get. Darin Hirl motioned to accept the current financials, seconded by Nancy LaVelle. Motion carried. Concession Report Mary Knickerbocker re- ported that she is prepared for concessions at the base- ball/softball field. How- ever, she indicated the hot water isn't heating and that around the grill and what types of things can be done with pricing. Coaches Wish List No coach's wish list items at this meeting. Membership Report Jennifer Kreider re- ported that therewere two new memberships this month and a Wells Fargo matching gift was re- ceived. Athletic Directors Report In Darin Schreck's ab- sence, A1 Lammers re- ported that everything is going well with middle school athletics. The signs that the boosters donated both look good, and A1 is considering putting one in tt e high school. Regarding the high school, A1 reported that boy's track had a 3rd place finish at State in the 100M dash, and an 8th place fin- ish in the girl's shot put. Tennis has finished up with one girl qualifying for the state singles. The Concluded p. 9 SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *NORWALK FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *SCOTT'S FOODS 981-0606 *NEWTON STANDRIDGE STANDRIDGE GROUP 229-5310 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406