Please carefully read and consider each position prior to making or accepting a nomination. To view a list of job descriptions for each position go to documents on the left hand menu and then executive board job descriptions.
Nominations can be emailed to Adam Rathfon (email@example.com) - no later than one week prior to the November 2021 General Meeting.
2022 BOARD POSITION NOMINATIONS:
Kristina Deaton (accepted)
Justin Burgh (accepted)
John Burlund (accepted)
Amy Canty (accepted)
Ali Irvin (accepted)
Chris Deaton (accepted)
Adam Rathfon (accepted)
SECURITY & FINANCIAL COORDINATOR
Bill Och (accepted)
Erin Steiner (accepted)
Josh Summerville (accepted)
Nate Sannes (accepted)
Jennie Wheeler (accepted)
More information about elections, board positions and membership voting rights can be found in our Bi-Laws:
Election of officers will take place at the November general membership meeting. Nominations can be made up to one week prior to the election. Nominations will be accepted or declined at least three days prior to the election. The election ballot will list names of all candidates that have accepted nominations for board positions. The election ballot will only formally allow for a write in candidate in the event that a board position remains vacant at the deadline of the nomination process. Nominations from the floor will only be taken if no nominations have been accepted prior to the election. The terms of the newly elected officers will run from the close of the December general meeting through the following December general meeting. Any position left vacant after the election will be filled through an appointment and approval by the newly elected Executive Board. At the deadline of the nomination process, an individual may only accept one nomination of a board position. At the deadline of the nomination process, an individual may only accept one nomination of a board position.
Voting Rights: under membership section:
The parents of all boys and girls participating in the programs offered by this association are considered members and may attend all meetings until such time that their child does not re register for the coming season or another child in their household does not register to participate. In addition, a person may become a member of the Association by being elected to the Executive Board by the general membership, or by being appointed to a volunteer leadership role such as Coach, Co-Coordinator or a Chairperson position by the Executive Board for the length of his/her term. In order to become a voting member, a person must attend two (2) consecutive general meetings and will be eligible to vote at the second general meeting. If a member misses three (3) consecutive general membership meetings, he/she will become a non-voting member until such time as he/she attends the required (2) consecutive general membership meetings. The recording secretary will keep attendance records at all meetings.