Monday, September 17, 2012

Parent Meeting Recap

Dues: The amount of dues will be as follows, Varsity Guys - $40, JV Guys - $30, Girls - $40. Dues help pay for teams to attend tournaments including travel and lodging, they help support our home tournaments inital startup costs, and pay for our indoor event that we do in December.

Jerseys: We have decided to try and split the cost of uniforms this year, normally we would get a dark and light jersey and shorts all at once some time in early spring, this normally costs $60-70. This year we will be getting a dark jersey in the fall at a cost of $36 and a white jersey and shorts in the spring at a yet to be determined cost. We believe breaking up this cost will help lessen the burden at any one time for paying and allow us to get jerseys ordered quicker. Please fill out the Google Doc in the Jersey post with your name, size, and number immediately and get your payment to Coach Richard or Coach Chappell so we can get the jerseys ordered.

Tournaments: Check the Calendar page to see where we are planning on going this fall, where we are staying, when we plan to leave, and expect to return. As always we would be extremely appreciative of any parents who want to attend a tournament and help ease the transportation needs of the team. We will be bringing a couple of our new players to NJ with us the last weekend in Sept., however any of our new players interested in going to NJ are welcome to attend and get the tournament experience and possibly a chance to play a few points if they have a parent willing to bring them to the tournament.

Volunteers: We will need some volunteer help for our tournaments Oct. 27-28, Nov. 3-4, and Nov. 10-11. Main tasks are tournament administration type things like timing of rounds, collecting scores, selling concessions and tournament gear, etc. We will have undoubtedly have some of our returning players parents there to help any new parents learn the ropes so don't worry about knowing what to do, we would love your help, and to see you out supporting the teams and your kids. There will be plenty of chance to see you child play even while volunteering.

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