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February 6th Meeting Minutes

Members present:  Pat Stearns, Gary Austin, Steve Bast, Dave Besse, Tom Proulx, Marc O'Meara, Bob Stall, Mark Hollinger, Cheryl Hollinger, Quinn Canfield, Peter Lloyd and Dave Kiley

Diane Werling and Michael Werling

Pat Stearns called the meeting to order at 7:35.

January Minutes

The previous meeting's minutes were approved unanimously.
 
Treasurer
 
Park & Rec account: $15k – World Cup bill of ~$800 still has to come out
 
Booster account: $9.8K
 
In Town Report
 
Academy – still needs a Pee Wee coordinator
 
U8 – Nothing to report
 
Travel Report
 
BU10 – There are 3 teams (37 players) – 4 players waitlisted.   Brenda to decide if a 4th team will be added and if so Mark will see can it be added to the schedule
 
BU12 – Might need to go through coach selection committee as there are too many coaches who volunteered
 
U14 & HS Tryouts

            U14 –  a good showing - 25 players showed up for tryouts
 
            HS Boys – 13 of 19 players showed up for tryouts
 
            HS Girls – a 2nd team will be added.  Only 11 out of 29 players attended the tryouts.  More   players are needed, possibility of moving U14 Rec players to U18 Rec
 
Registrar
 
Nothing discussed
 
NVYSL
 
Three MTOC wild cards were awarded to NVYSL

Coaches Development

Coaches F Training course has been set up for March 21st & March 28th at Russell St from 6pm – 10 pm

New Business

HS Tryout – proposed to hold tryouts at the end of the fall season.  This will save from renting space and soccer will still be fresh in the players’ minds
James Kennedy (owner of My Town Sports) is willing to sell travel uniforms – this was tabled to a later date

Diane and Michael Werling were in attendance in order to approach the board for a waiver to move their 5 year old son, whom they believe has better skills than his peers, from in town PW to U6.

The board explained that at this age it is a development program and non competitive or outcome based.  It was also explained that if we grant this exception for him it would set a precedent and we would have to open this same option to other players/parents.  It was suggested that if they were looking for a more challenging program then they should look into club soccer and that in town soccer is for a fun environment and for players at every skill level.

Final outcome - the waiver was not granted

Meeting adjourned at 9:30 PM

Next meeting March 6th