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HYC VIRTUAL BOARD MEETING – May 10, 2022

  • HYC Board Meeting
  • Opened at 7:30pm via Zoom web-conferencing platform
  • Attendees Present:
    • Board Members:
      • Sean Queen, President
      • Tara Grim, Vice President
      • Liz Starks, Secretary
      • Shannon Gatens, Cheer Commissioner
      • Katelyn Hall, Assistant Cheer Commissioner
    • Members:
      • Shawn Powell
      • Candice Powell
      • Dayna Lusby
      • Stacey Hoffman
  • General Discussion/Business:
    • Lacrosse
      • Girls’ lacrosse ends this weekend and boys lacrosse ends in two weeks.
      • Candice mentioned doing an end of year party at the NCAA games at Johns Hopkins Memorial Day weekend. An email blast will be sent out to the lacrosse teams.
      • Dorothy is trying to get Sydney Watson, who plays lacrosse at UConn and a Calvert High School grad to come speak to the girls teams in the summer.
      • Mike Minovitz is holding lacrosse clinics every Wednesday in the summer
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    • Football
      • Sean reported that he will set a fitting date for June, and he has some extra uniforms so he does not think we will need to order many
      • We will need more helmets
      • Discussed that there is a weigh in for 9th graders who want to play youth. Sean does not handle the weigh ins for HYC, but he goes to other clubs and does their weigh in. There is also an ID check verify the age
      • A light tower is purchased and will be delivered to the Plum Point field tomorrow.
      • We will rent at least one or two generators
      • 301 Panthers is a new team in SMYAC this year
      • King George is remaining in SMYAC
      • After lacrosse fees are paid Sean will purchase the new score board
    • Cheer
      • Shannon reported the price for uniforms is $130 and Liz will make the changes on the registration pages.
      • At least thirty new uniforms will be ordered this season
      • The cheer summer will camp will have a fee to help overset the cost of the new uniforms
    • Fundraising:
      • Natalie reported she is trying to set up a spirit night at the new adventure park in Prince Frederick
      • Sean reported the spirit nights are not brining in much money since we only receive 10%
      • Katie asked about doing the 5K again, but it would need to be in the fall so as not ton conflict with high school lacrosse 5K
      • Discussed whether the kids can sell the cards, but we need to check to see if HHS is doing this as a fundraiser
      • Tara will follow up with some companies who offered to make donations for the score board
  • Meeting adjourned at 8:07 pm.