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Title: 2013-2014 BAB


1
  • 2013-2014 BAB
  • General Membership Meeting
  • December 1, 2014

2
  • Presidents Report
  • Beth ODonnell
  • TX to all officers/committees for off-meeting
  • commitments emails, minutes, google blasts,
  • concessions etc
  • Sound Panels in gymsaving for new sound system
  • to compliment
  • THANKS to Ron Ring for speaking at Fall Sports
  • Banquet!

3
1st Vice Presidents Report Ron Ring March
Madness Party March 21st
Update on the March Madness event on 3/21/14
4
2nd Vice Presidents Report Chip Bell
5
Secretarys Report Mary Grace Dimitrijevs
6
BEE Athletic Boosters Meeting November 3,
2014 Attendees Jennifer Starinsky, Dan
Kalinsky, Mary Grace Dimitrijevs, Chip Bell,
Annie Barth, Tim Perdion, Karen Graham, John
Graham, Beth ODonnell, Ann DeMore, Julie
Seballos, JoAnn Farwell, Cindy Klaus. President,
Beth ODonnell, called the meeting to order at
703. President, Beth ODonnell Due to the
power outage at the last meeting, the minutes and
financial statement for September were reviewed
and voted on today. Both passed. Election day
tomorrow. Please vote for the school levy. First
Vice President, Ron Ring (Not Present) March 21
is the March Madness fundraiser. It will be at
St. Sava again and the cost will be the same as
last year. Each sport will be taking on an
activity and will be responsible for getting
their volunteers.

.
Second Vice President, Chip Bell Spoke at the
high school Meet the Bees event. Secretary,
Mary Grace Dimitrijevs Nothing to report. Chip
Bell made a motion to approve the October Regular
minutes. Teri Speck seconded the motion. Jen
Starinsky made a motion to approve the October
Executive minutes. Chip Bell seconded the
motion. A voice vote was held. The motion
carried.  
7
Treasurer, JoAnn Farwell Acoustics system is
paid in full. Concessions have collected 25,000.
The expenses still need to be paid. The boosters
made 2,200 on 50/50 raffle sales. Attendance at
the football games was slightly down. The cash
balance is 36,000. There is 32,000 in equity in
booster account. Jennifer Starinsky made a motion
to approve the financial statements. Julie
Seballos seconded the motion. A voice vote was
held. The motion carried.   Membership, Julie
Seballos
There are slightly more than 100 Platinum
memberships. This number puts us slightly behind
last year. There are slightly more than 30 gold
memberships. Typically more memberships are sold
when Brecksville hosts North Royalton for a home
varsity football game. Team Reports, Jennifer
Starinsky Cheerleaders Southwest Conference
competition is on Nov. 10 at Avon Lake High
School. Girls varsity soccer won the
SWC. Boys varsity soccer record is 7 wins, 2
ties, and 8 losses. Boys JV soccer record is 8
wins, 4 ties, and 5 losses. Boys JVB soccer
record is 4 wins, 0 ties, 8 losses.
8
Freshman football won SWC. A few boys will dress
for varsity playoffs. Varsity football team is
going to the playoffs for the second consecutive
year. Boys varsity and jv cross-country wins
SWC. Girls varsity cross-country also had a
strong showing. Girls varsity volleyball
finished strong with Abbey Barth and Shannon
Williams being named to all conference team.
High School Athletic Director, Dan Kalinsky
Boys cross-country team, girls soccer team,
and girls tennis teams were all SWC
champions. Varsity football playoff game is at
730 on Friday at Madison High School. Presale
tickets are 8 and are sold at the high school or
Star Sports. Varsity football ended with 8 wins
and 2 losses. This is the first time the football
team has gone to the playoffs in consecutive
years. Fall Sports Awards Night will be held on
Nov. 12. Athletes need to come even if their
team has a separate celebration and awards
night. SWC cheer competition will be Monday, Nov.
10 at Avon Lake High School. The high school
hosted a regional volley ball game last weekend.
The turf will be a hosting site this week for
boys and girls regional soccer games. Middle
school girls basketball has started. Boys play
when the girls season is over.     Allocation
Requests None    
   
9
Old Business None   New Business Easter Seals
fundraising event is scheduled for April 24-25.
Volunteers will be needed. Nordonia did a metal
recycling fundraiser called Cans for a Cause
and raised 2500 for their marching band and
1000 for their boosters. Should we explore this
option as another spring fundraiser, possibly the
same weekend as Easter Seals fundraiser? Thank
you to Chip Bell for speaking at the high
schools Meet the Bees. He did a great job. THE
NEXT MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, December 1,
AT 700 IN THE MEDIA CENTER. The meeting was
adjourned at 742 p.m.  
10
BEE Athletic Boosters Executive Meeting November
3, 2014     Attendees Beth ODonnell, Jennifer
Starinsky, Dan Kalinsky, Chip Bell, Mary Grace
Dimitrijevs, JoAnn Farwell and Julie
Seballos President, Beth ODonnell, called the
meeting to order at 746. Items discussed Turf
project is happening in 2015. The boosters will
be asked to contribute between 30,000 and
40,000. Ken Ganley, Suburban Physical Therapy,
and Western Reserve donated toward the turf
through the scoreboard sponsorship. Ken Ganley
also donated an additional 10,000 for the turf
project. Chip Bell spoke at the winter sports
Meet the Bees. A discussion was held about the
possibility of a different boosters
representative speaking at each seasons Meet the
Bees to create interest and increase membership.
Having different officers speak would show new
faces and representation from a variety of
sports. To increase membership and involvement in
the boosters, we would like to encourage the
middle school coaches to promote the boosters at
every parent meeting. The bylaws were read and
reviewed by executive officers. After discussing
at meeting, it was decided that bylaws 1 and 2
were good, but the other bylaws will be discussed
at the conclusion of the year. Each officer will
keep track of their responsibilities and report
back at the end of the year so any needed changes
can be made. Next years concessions position
needs to become a committee of members. The job
is overwhelming.
11
Julie Seballos asked if she could shred old
membership forms. As long as a current
spreadsheet exists, the old forms may be
destroyed. Dianne Fischer has boosters
documents. Chip Bell will get her flyers and
forms and keep in a file for second vice
president. Tom Ganley donated 1500 to boosters
through the National Automobile Dealers
Charitable Foundation. THE NEXT MEETING IS
SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, AT 700 IN THE
MEDIA CENTER. The meeting was adjourned at 901
P.M.
12
Treasurers Report JoAnne Farwell November
financials will be approved at next meeting.
13
Membership Report Julie Seballos
14
Team Report Jennifer Starinsky
15
Athletic Department Report High School Dan
Kalinsky
16
Athletic Department Report Middle School Andy
Fisher
17
Allocation Requests Bowling
18
Allocation Requests
Approved by Executive Board at the October
Meeting None
.
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20
BAB Old Business
  • April 24 and 25 Easter Seals Event
  • Recycle Project Timeframe, Volunteers???

21
Resource Metal Recycling- A company that supports
school fund raising campaigns through recycling
of cans/metals/etc
In Macedonia,. Scrap Yard, aluminum can
recycling, junk yard, cash for scrap, scrap
yard.   Sponsor a "Cans for a Cause" drive! Help
your organization with funds collected by
collecting aluminum cans Nordonia Band raised
2,500 http//www.resourcemetalrecycling.com/index
.html
22
  BAB New Business As written in Weekly
Update The artificial turf on the high school
athletic field is near the end of its life cycle
and cannot be safely used much longer. When the
turf was originally purchased a process to fund
the inevitable replacement turf was designed. The
savings generated by not having to maintain a
grass field were put aside annually, as was a
portion of the revenue earned each year by the
Athletic Department.  Now Athletic Director Dan
Kalinsky is working with athletic teams and
support organizations including the Bees Athletic
Boosters and Band Boosters, private individuals
and corporations to raise the remaining funds.  A
fundraising article including a thermometer of
donations and information on how to donate  and
the cost will be posted on the district's website
next week.  This section will be maintained and
updated on an on-going basis.
23
Thank Yous Team Reps for
volunteering and keeping your teams in the
Loop! Officers for continued work behind the
scenes! For attending tonights meeting!

24
Thanks for your involvement in Boosters and
helping to make positive memories for student
athletes!
25
There will NOT be a meeting in January. The next
gathering will be at the Pickle Works where we
will enjoy some cheer and distribute
Tailgate Tickets. Hope to see you there!
26
Thank You for Attending Your Bees Athletic
Boosters Meeting! Happy Holidays
27
Adjourn
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