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Thursday, September 5, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine Minutes for Norwalk Athletic Booster Club July 31, 2013 are going well with a suc- this time. Lori indicated Tim Stephany called the cessful end to the baseball that we received a $5,000 meeting to order at 7:03 and softball season, donation in-today's mail, p.m. There were13 people Mary is moving the which was donated to present at the meeting, coolers from the baseball/ bowling and boys and Secretary's Report softball field to the football girls soccer. Thus far we Minutes from the June stadium. Coach Patterson have received five mem- meeting were reviewed, is having some of the foot- berships for the 2013-14 Motion to accept the min- ball players help with that. year. utes was made by Nancy Scot Meuler has redone School registration is LaVelle and seconded by the concession signs to re- coming up on August 5 Scot Meuler. Motion car- flect the new costs. Mary and 8. Lori will volunteer ried. indicated that she is in to sit at the membership Treasurer's Report need of four signs for the table for the August 5 reg- Troy Downs reported football stadium. A1 re- istration and Tim for Au- that the financials are cur- quested that no lollies or gust 8. " rent as of July 31, 2013. sunflower seeds be soldAthletic Directors Report Troy will do the rollover of because they are not good Middle School: funds for each program in for the turf. Darin Schreck was not the coming weeks. Brooke Coaches Wish List in attendance at tonight's Byars requested that half Weightlifting - Coach meeting to report on the of her volleyball funds be Patterson requested middle school activities put in the general fund, $1,056.16 for lock jaw col- High School: which is $4,500. There lars and belts. Motionwas A1 Lammers reported have been four other made by Lori Vaske to ap- that the summer activities sports that have requested prove funding, secondedare complete and we are a portion of their money be by Scot Meuler. Motion two weeks out from the put into the general fund. carried, start of the fall sports. Those sports are girls ten- Cross Country - Coach A1 indicated that the nis, $500, boys track, $200, Wiedmann requested baseballand softballteams girls soccer, $1,000, and $761.92 for uniforms for had a successful season bowling, $1,036. the boys team ~md $320.95 with both winning the Troy reported that he for a tent, which will be conference, whicl~ helped will complete the end of split between the boys and us in all sports rankings. year 990 tax form in the girls accounts. Motion was We are currently in 2nd coming month, made by Scot Meuler to place for this ranking. Motion to accept the approve funding, sec- Al reported that our fa- current financials was onded by Troy Downs. cilities were a benefit to us made by Nancy LaVelle Motion carried, because we hosted all and seconded by A1 Membership Report rounds of baseball districts Lammers. Motion carried. Lori Vaske reported and one round of softball Concession Report that we are $10,000 above districts and 2A sub state Mary Knickerbocker re- in membership funds from game. ported that concessions where we were last year at A1 reported that the SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *DR. DONNA GRANT FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *JOHN PHILLIPS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 981-0434 or 981-4293 *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 i dates for the youth girls basketball tournament will be January 11 and boys tournament on January 25. A1 reported that he has put the order in for the med- als and he changed the in- scription on the back of the medals. Fall Fest is acheduled for August 22 at 6:00. We will be scrimmaging ADM. The Conference affilia- tion added DCG this year. We are currently at eight teams this year and then down to seven teams when Knoxville exits next year. Parent meetings for fall sports have been sched- uled. Cross country meet- ings are during fall fest and football is scheduled for August 4. Troy Downs indicated that he would present booster member- ship information at the football meeting. A1 reported that he had a coaches meeting and all sports agreed to helping with concessions during football games if needed. Golf, cross country and bowling will take one of the three games; with coaches contacting parents to volunteer. Public Relations Nancy LaVelle reported that she is waiting for All State selections before 1 sending cards to kids for summer sports. Old Business Shelly Vroegh at tonight's meeting to report that they have worked out the concessions and indi- cated that she appreciated non-concession sports tak- ing one of the nights. Scot Meuler reported that there are 24 teams signed up for the golf tour- nament at Countryside, with us needing 37 teams. Scot has secured Wicked Pig to provide the meat again this year ($200 ex- pense) and Fareway to do- nate all other food and pa- per products. Fareway will donate a couple of larger gift cards and City State Bank has agreed to donate $500, which we will use for a gift card. Scott's Foods will donate the water, breakfast bars and a couple of gift cards. Scot reported that JJ Designs is donating the flags and will make the ball markers which will be put in the bags for each golfer. Tim .'it." i.. ~'.. ,. " :.. Stephany will donate the koozies for the bags. Scot said that he will be asking the golf coaches whether they would like to give $100 each out of their funds and they can each have 100 markers for their golf teams. Tim Stephany reported that the boosters received a thank you card from the school nurses for the dona- tion of the AED. New Business A1 reported that he re- ceived a letter from Pepsi Co about raising the cost of Pepsi products 3-5% for concession product begin- ning July 28. This will im- pact the fall concessions. - Adjournment Motion was made by A1 Lammers to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Shelly Vroegh. Motion car- ried. Meeting was ad- journed at 7:52 p.m. The next NABC meet- ing will be held on Wednesday, August 28, at 7 p.m. at the Norwalk High School Library. Respectfully Submitted, Stacy Rosonke, Secretary Minutes Norwalk Athletic Booster Club 2012 - Annual Meeting July 31, 2013 Tim Stephany called the meeting to order at 8:02 p.m. There were 15 people present at this meeting. 2011-2012 NABC Officer Elections The following nomina- tions were made for the 2012-2013 NABC officers: President: Tim Stepha- ny - nominated by Lori Vaske. Motion to close nominations was made by Nancy LaVelle, seconded by Mary Knickerbocker. Motion carried. Vice-President: Matt Leek - nominated by Sta- cy Rosonke. Motion to close nominations was made by Scot Meuler, sec- onded by A1 Lammers. Motion carried. Secretary: Stacy Rosonke - nominated by Lori Vaske. Motion to close nominations was made by Nancy LaVelle, seconded by A1 Lammers. Motion carried. Treasurer: Troy Downs - nominated by Pat Johnston. Motion to close nominations was made by Scot Meuler, seconded by Nancy LaVelle. Motion carried. Membership: Lori Vaske - nominated by Sta- cy Rosonke. Motion to close nominations was made by Scot Meuler, sec- onded by Pat Johnston. Motion carried. All nominees were elected by a voting ballot completed by the meeting attendees. Ballots were counted by Stacy Rosonke and veri- fied by Nancy LaVelle. Elections were as fol- lows: President: Tim Stepha- ny Vice President: Matt Leek Secretary: Stacy Roson- ke Treasurer: Troy Downs Membership: Lori Vaske Tim Stephany thanked Pat Johnston for his service to the boosters in the Vice President role. A1 Lam- mers added that the web- site addition was a great asset and appreciated Pat's work on this. Tim Daniels will take over the website maintenance with Pat's departure from the board. Committee Chair Nomi- nations The following commit- tee chair representatives will remain active for the 2012-13 NABC Committee Chairs: Concessions: Mary Knickbocker. Motion to confirm this role was made by Scot Meuler, seconded by Lori Vaske. Motion car- ried. Public Relations: Nancy LaVelle. Motion made by A1 Lammers to confirm this position, seconded by Stacy Rosonke. Motion carried. Fundraising: Scot Meuler. Motion to confirm this position was made by A1 Lammers, seconded by Pat Johnston. Motion car- fled. Tim Stephany suggest- ed a Website Director po- sition. 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