It has been another interesting and challenging year but we are close to being back to normal. On Tuesday, August 3rd at 7:00 PM, we will be having our annual general meeting at the Port Kells Hall at 18918 88th Ave.
This year, we will have a few directors stepping down as their kids have aged out for minor ball so we will have a few opening on the executive. We are looking for people from all aspects of ball, house to rep as we run a full program. We assign positions on the executive based on the strength of the individual. We are hoping by giving this notice that people will have a chance to think about this opportunity to be directly involved with their child’s association. We rely heavily on volunteers to make this all happen.
If you have any questions about the role of executive members, you can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As we get ready for the upcoming 2019/20 season, it’s time to wish our 01A team all the best as they move on the the next stage of their lives. Under the tutelage of Mark Riske and his coaching group, the team has had much success over the years. But their greatest successes are still to come. Congratulations to the following Storm 01 Girls who have committed to playing softball at the next level in college and university.
Kennedy Galley, senior with Yale Secondary School, Kennedy has committee to Iowa Central College to play outfield.
Ally Stewart, a senior at South Delta Senior Secondary school Ally has committed to Iowa Central Community College as an outfielder.
Sidney Sansegret, a senior with Yale Secondary School, Sidney has committed to McCook community College in Nebraska to play 2nd Base.
Emma Cindrichk, a senior with Yale Secondary, Emma Cindrich has committed to McCook community College in Nebraska. Emma Catches and plays Third Base
Sammi Markovich, a senior at Westview Secondary School, Sammi has committed to the new UBC Okanogan program starting fall of 2019.
Emma Moreno, a senior at Walnut Grove Secondary School, Emma has committed to Div 1 George Mason University in Virginia to pitch.
Grace Messmer, a senior at Lord Tweedsmuir and a member of the Canadian Junior National Team, Grace has committed to Div 1 Oregon State University.
Good luck in the next steps of your softball careers, your education and everything else life brings you.
As we get updates on the rest of the team, we will let you know. #
The annual general meeting of the Surrey Storm Fastpitch Association (“Storm”) will be taking place at 6:30 PM on June 27, 2019. The meeting will be held in the multipurpose rooms above the ice rinks at the Surrey Sports & Leisure Centre located at 16555 Fraser Highway, Surrey, BC.
Please note that in April 2018, the bylaws of Storm were amended, and the requirements for membership in the society have changed. Only members are entitled to vote at the annual general meeting, although non-members are also welcome to attend.
If you would like to know if you are a member of Storm, please e-mail Corry Clark at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you at the AGM on June 27, 2019!
Surrey Storm is proud to host the following districts:
June 14-16 - U10C, U12C and U19C.
June 21-23 - U12B, U14B, U14C and U16C.
Stay tuned for more details.
It's finally here!
After seven long months of off season training most of Storm's Rep A & Rep B teams will be taking the field for their first local games of 2019 in the coming days.
Go get em girls!
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