Our Mission:Founded in 1999, the Huntingtown Youth Club is a non-profit independent, community-based, organization dedicated to youth development. Our mission is to enhance the well-being and develop the potential of its members, their families and ou
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Sean Queen, President
Tara Grim, Vice President
Angela Stallings, Treasurer
Liz Starks, Secretary
Shannon Gatens, Cheer Commissioner
Katelyn Hall, Assistant Cheer Commissioner
Natalie Mirtich, Fundraising Coordinator
Dorothy Lanthier, Lacrosse Commissioner
Michael Minovitz, Lacrosse Commissioner
Patrick Parise, Football Commissioner
Registration opens November 22nd and there is an early bird special
Mike and Dorothy reported the uniforms will remain the same as last year, but we should offer lax gear such as jackets or shorts or anything else the players can use for the season.
There was discussion regarding a vendor to use for lacrosse gear, and Dorothy will look into some options and present at the next meeting.
Discussed that the girls league is not going to Anne Arundel, and they will remain in the tri-county league
Boys will continue to play in SMYLA
Goals need to be moved into the shed and some of the nets need to be replaced for next year
Angie reported that HOCO grossed $5,739. Raffle baskets and 50/50 raised $4,228, Shout outs was $214, and apparel was $932, donation $150, Kona ice 4215. We spent $1,200 for DJ service/photo booth, $537.90 on gift cards for the hourly drawings, $200 for second prize for the raffle, $150 for 3rd prize and $100 for 4th prize.The Apple Watch for the 1st prize was donated.
Discussed a speaker is needed for the HYC Cheer Showcase on Sunday
The payment for parks and rec is less because the cheerleaders are not allowed to practice Thursdays
General discussion regarding fundraising for events for specific teams instead of for the club as a whole.