Softball BC will be hosting the 2018 Softball Canada Softball Summit with opportunities for Coaches, Executive members & interested parties.
The 2018 Softball Summit will take place from January 12-13, 2018 in Richmond, BC bringing coaches, administrators and other softball enthusiasts together in one place. In addition, participants registering for the full event will also be registered for the BC Sport Leadership Conference on January 14th. Softball Canada and Softball BC are pleased to be able to offer three (3) streams for the Softball Summit to ensure each participant receives professional development that is relevant to them.
· The Competitive Coach stream is for coaches working with teams who are participating in Provincial Championships leading to Regional (i.e. Western Canadian Championships) and/or Canadian Championships. The players on these teams are training regularly, involved in high level competition and are on the high performance pathway.
· The Community Coach stream is for coaches working with teams who may be participating in local tournaments and/or Provincial Championships. The players on these teams enjoy the challenge and the social aspect of the sport through lifelong participation in recreational softball.
· The Club stream is for club executive or board members who are leaders for their local softball association. This stream will help your club improve how they operate ensuring they can offer the best programming for their athletes.
Group Rate: A group rate for 5 or more coaches is available ($199). If you would like to register 5 or more coaches for the Full Softball Summit, please contact Lesley Rowe at Softball BC (firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-371-0302, x-2). Do not use the online registration process. Note: To be able to select this option, all 5 or more coaches must be registered at the same time with one payment for all.
Storm will be hosting what we hope will be the first of a new annual tradition. All Storm players are invited to come to Sullivan Hall on Dec 22 @ 6:30pm to take part in a gingerbread house making competition
Come out, mingle with other Storm families & let the players have some fun all together.
Contact your coach to RSVP
Two Storm Rep B teams are still seeking players, please see below
Storm is currently seeking two volunteers to fill two key positions:
Both of these roles are volunteer positions which would need to be done on an as needed basis.
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Storm held it's AGM on Sunday night with a very strong turnout in attendance (which was great to see, thank you everyone).
We decided to two draws for reduced 2018 registration based on the strong attendance. Congratulations to the Akiyama and Merrells families!
Also of note, we had the first election of directors for the association in a long time (usually we're lucky to get just enough bodies, this year we had an excess and held an election).
Storm's 2017-2017 Executive will be:
Storm would like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of our outgoing executive members:
The club also expressed its gratitude to all of the volunteers who help make this a viable place for the Storm kids to play this game. The list of volunteers is immense. It starts with the unsung heros like Norm Marples who spends more time in the park than anyone else to coaches, coordinators, helpers, managers, parents and our neighbours in the community.
Thank you all!
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