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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Meeting opened at 7:30pm through Zoom online-conferencing platform 

Attendees Present:

Board Members –

Sean Queen, President

Tara Grim, Vice President

Angie Stallings, Treasurer

Shannon Gatens, Cheer Commissioner

Katelyn Hall, Assistant Cheer Commissioner

Dorothy Lanthier, Girls Lacrosse Commissioner

Mike Minovitz, Boys Lacrosse Commissioner

Natalie Mirtich, Fundraising Coordinator

General Members –

Kelsey Strong

General Discussion/Business:

o    Lacrosse

§  Girls’ lacrosse camp is coming up. We are getting final confirmation on coaches, and t-shirts have been ordered.

§  Tara will meet coaches for equipment handout

§  Boys lax camp is going well, and the website issue has been resolved.

§  Goals will need to be collected at the end of the camps

o    Football

§  Registration for 9U is a concern. If more kids to not sign up we will need to inform families that there is not enough for a team.

§  We will not need to order many extra uniforms. An order will be put in soon and there should be a six week turn around.

§  Ordering approximately $3,000 worth of helmets.

§  Inventory and cleaning will occur in July and the equipment handout will be mid-July.

§  WE have a new light tower, and we are possibly getting two more that will be covered by the Super bowl pool.

§  It will cost $5,000 for a new scoreboard and we will look for sponsorships soon.

§  Fields are getting reserved for football camps.

o    Cheer

§  Shannon reported that the uniforms have been ordered and coaches are signing up.

§  HPP Field 17 for cheer camp and we are waiting on insurance and the permit. The camp will possibly include a t-shirt.