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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Program Background... Page 4 II. General Information A. Our League... Page 5 B. Registration Requirements... Page 5 C. Locations... Page 5 D. Fees... Page 5 6 E. Discounts & Other... Page 6 F. Refunds... Page 6 G. Financial Aid... Page 6 7 H. Year End Banquet... Page 7 III. Football A. Teams, Divisions, What s Included... Page 7 8 B. Season Outline... Page 8 9 C. Cost of Football Program... Page 9 10 IV. Cheerleading /Step A. Teams, Divisions, What s Included... Page B. Season Outline... Page 12 C. Cost of Cheer Program... Page V. Drum Corps A. Teams & Divisions... Page 14 B. Included With Registration & Extra... Page 14 C. Season... Page 14 VI. Parents Responsibility A. Don t Always Drop and Run... Page B. Volunteering is Required... Page 15 C. Be Respectful of Volunteers Time... Page 15 D. Be Constructive, Respectful & Discreet... Page 15 E. Mandatory Fundraising... Page F. Attendance at Meetings... Page 16 G. Equipment... Page 16 H. Communication... Page 16 I. Coaches Gift... Page 16 One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 2

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS VII. Parent Board A. President... Page B. Vice President... Page 17 C. Secretary... Page 17 D. Treasurer... Page 17 VIII. Volunteer Opportunities A. Team parents... Page 17 B. Hospitality Committee... Page 17 C. Field Management Committee... Page D. Equipment Committee... Page 18 E. Apparel Committee... Page 18 F. Fundraising Committee... Page 18 G. Registration Committee... Page 18 H. Homecoming Committee... Page 18 I. Banquet Committee... Page J. Grant Writing Committee... Page 19 K. Academic Development Committee... Page 19 Appendix A... Parent & Player Code of Standards Appendix B... Medical Clearance Form One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 3

4 BROOKLYN TITANS FOOTBALL HANDBOOK It is easier to build strong children than it is to repair broken men -- Frederick Douglass I. PROGRAM BACKGROUND Our Mission The Brooklyn Titans are a program of Titan Youth Development, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation founded in The Titans mission is to provide year around out-of-school time programming for youth between the ages as 5 and 15, in an environment of high expectations and support that promotes academic achievement, physical health and good citizenship. Our Values Respect Integrity Discipline Education Commitment Sportsmanship. These are the core values of the Titan program. These values are supported by our Code of Standards outlined in Exhibit A to the handbook. These are OUR standards, and may not reflect how other organizations conduct themselves. However, this is what is required to be a part of this organization, and by maintaining OUR standards we are able to attract more resources for our kids and, hopefully, prepare them to be productive, successful adults Officers Titan President: Bill Solomon Titan Vice President: Melisa V. Solomon Cheer Director: Shani Hannah Contact Information: Phone: Web Address: (All Information Included Here is Available on the Website) One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 4

5 II. GENERAL INFORMATION A. Our League: The Titans football & Cheer/Step teams compete in the Empire State Youth Football League ( The ESYF is a member of the American Youth Football League ( a national body that provides general oversight and sponsorship of regional/national tournaments. B. Registration Requirements: The Titans use an on-line registration system. All participants are required to register on-line, in order to be properly entered into our database. Items required to be presented to the team in order to complete your registration are as follows: i) Copy of birth certificate ii) Copy of a recent report card iii) Non-drivers state identification or passport for all football players who will play on 7 th or 8 th Grade teams. (Not needed for cheer/step) iv) Completed registration packet: (a) physical form, (b) liability release, (c) photo release and (d) AYF tracking form C. Locations i) Practice Location (a) Football: Boys & Girls High School, 1700 Fulton St (Atlantic Avenue side of the school) (b) Cheer/Step & Drum Corps: Boys & Girls High School, 1700 Fulton St (Atlantic Avenue side of the school) ii) Home Game Field Location: Boys and Girls High School, 1700 Fulton St. (Atlantic Avenue side of the school) D. Year End Banquet: The Titans hold a year-end banquet to celebrate team and individual accomplishments of the season. The banquet is typically held at a catering hall in February. Each child is individually recognized and presented with his/her trophy, and those player who have performed especially well are given special recognition. This year s banquet will be held at Russo s on The Bay. Youth Tickets are typically $ and adult tickets are approximately $ E. Fees: We strive to keep fees as low as possible to ensure our program is accessible to all 1 Players who pay their fees and complete their fundraising obligations receive one free youth banquet ticket. One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 5

6 who wish to participate. In addition, we have a policy that no child will be denied the opportunity to participate based on an inability to pay. The various fees for our program are as follows: Sport Fee What s Included What s Not Included 8 to 10 game season Rental of: helmet, shoulder pads and game uniform. Practice Pants* ($15.00) Cleats $ Practice Jersey Plus Game Socks Football $100 in Trophy at end of season Travel (7 to 14) required 4-Day Sleep away football fundraising camp 2 Mouthpiece. Insurance Transportation as needed to and from games. Football (7 & Under) Cheerleading $ Plus $100 in required fundraising $ Plus $100 in required fundraising 6 to 8 game season. Rental of: helmet, shoulder pads and game jersey. Practice Jersey. Game Socks. Trophy at end of season. Mouthpiece. Insurance Transportation as needed to and from games. 2 to 3 competitions. Insurance 1-2 Day Cheer Camp Cheer Uniform (Kept). Summer Practice Uniform. 2-Day Cheer Camp Sneakers. Hair Bow. Bag. Practice Pants* ($15.00) Cleats Warm up Suite ($ $75.00) i) Post Season Tournaments (Optional): ($600 - $800) The Titans are a competitive program and have the opportunity for both the football and cheer teams to compete on a regional and national level. In the event your child s team earns the opportunity to travel to a post season tournament, parents are responsible for part of the cost of sending the child to the tournament. National championship tournaments are held in Orlando, Florida and typically cost $ to $ per person for: airfare, local transportation, lodging, food, and entry fees. In the 2 We STONGLY recommend all players attend camp. The fee for players who do not attend camp is $ One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 6

7 past we have asked parents to pay a portion of the cost, and we have been able to cover a large part of the balance with our Travel Fund and other fundraising activities. F. Discounts & Other i) Early Registration Discount: $25.00 discount on Travel football, cheer and step, if fully paid prior to April 1. ii) Sibling Discount ($25.00): Discount on additional children enrolled in travel football or cheer/step programs after first child is paid in full. (Cannot be combined with other discounts) iii) Payment Terms: Payments can be made in installments. However, all fees must be paid by July 1. A deposit of $50.00 is needed to hold your child s roster slot. G. Refunds: Refunds are available up to the July 1, and all refunds are subject to a $50.00 processing fee. THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS AFTER THE AUGUST 1st. H. Mandatory Fundraising: Each family is required to participate in a minimum of $ in fundraising. In order to keep our fees down and continue providing a high quality service, we need everyone s participation in fundraising. Those who do not wish to fundraise must pay an additional $ in fees. Players earn one youth banquet ticket upon payment of fees and completion of fundraising obligation. I. Financial Aid: It is the policy of the Brooklyn Titans that no child be denied the ability to participate based on an inability to pay. HOWEVER, as the result of previous abuse by certain families, and a need to preserve fairness, any financial aid extended to a family will be subject to submitting a completed financial aid packet, including a tax return and a financial aid worksheet demonstrating a need for help. Anyone seeking financial aid, must also be willing to volunteer time and participate in extra fundraising. III. FOOTBALL A. Teams The Titans will field 5 to 6 teams serving youth between the ages of 5 and 14. The Titan teams are a combination of unlimited weight age/grade based teams (for the older kids) and weight-restricted age based teams (for the younger kids). Everyone who lives up to the Player Code of Responsibility (See Appendix A) is eligible to play. There are no tryouts to qualify for the team and participants are taken on a first come, first served basis. The foregoing notwithstanding, the Titan football program is competitive and, while all players will play in each game, playing time is allocated based on skill level. One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 7

8 Division Age 3 Weight Tiny Mite Mighty Mite Cadet Jr. Pee Wee Jr. Varsity Varsity 7 & Under (Age as of 7/31) 9 & Under (Age as of 7/31) 9 & Under O/L 10 (Age as of 7/31) 10 & Under O/L 11 (Age as of 7/31) 6 th & 7 th Grade Cannot turn 14 by 12/31 8 th Grade Cannot turn 15 by 12/31 95lbs 110lbs 114lbs 94lbs (O/L) 124lbs 104lbs (O/L) Unlimited Unlimited i) Tiny Mite Program: The Tiny Mites compete from June through July. Tiny mites are not eligible for national travel. The season is typically comprised of 6 to 8 games, including post season. Depending on the number of kids in the program, we may have a second in-house season for the Tiny Mites from September to November. For the in-house program, we will break up the group into two or more teams and play intramural games. ii) Travel Program: Travel teams typically play an 8 game season against teams throughout the five boroughs of New York City, and occasionally travel to New Jersey, Connecticut or Westchester County for games. Travel teams are also eligible for regional and national competition. B. Season Outline Registration for the Titan football program begins on the last Saturday in January and ends on the second Saturday in September. The season is broken up into 5 parts i) Pre-Season (March Late June) Teams practice 2 to 3 times per week during the pre-season. ii) Summer Practices & Tiny Mite Games (Late June September) Teams practice 3 to5 times per week during the summer months. iii) Football Camp (Second Saturday in August) The Titans operate a sleep away football camp for travel team players. The camp is an integral part of the Titan program. Campers leave Brooklyn on a Saturday morning, and return on Wednesday morning. Camp is held at Brookwood Camp, located in Glen Spey, New York ( Campers travel by charter bus to and from the camp and reside in cabins with adult supervision. The camp is a rigorous but fun experience that is one of the most memorable activities of the Titan program. Players have an opportunity to bond with their 3 O/L is Older Lighter. This refers to a player who is older but weighs 20 pounds or more LESS than the maximum weight for the division. One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 8

9 teammates and learn a tremendous amount of football. (See Camp Handout for more information) iv) Games & Practices (Late August Mid November) (a) Games: Travel Teams play an 8 game schedule, plus playoffs. Games are typically played on Saturday or Sunday throughout the 5 boroughs. Some games may be played in Long Island, Westchester, Connecticut or New Jersey. Transportation will be made available as needed to away games. (b) Practices: Teams practice 2 to 3 times during the week with games typically on Saturday or Sunday. Practices days are: Monday 5:30pm 7:30pm (Sometimes) Wednesday 5:30pm 7:30pm (Always) Friday 5:30pm 7:30pm (Always) v) Post Season (Mid November to Mid December) Depending on the success and competitive strength of a particular team, the Titans are eligible to participate in league playoff games and regional and national tournaments. Regional and national tournaments have historically been held in December, prior to Christmas in a variety of locations, including Florida, the Carolinas and New York City. C. Cost of the Football Program The Titans strive to provide a premium service for the most reasonable fees possible. Assuming 100 players (25 players per team), and a 9 game season, the expenses for the football program are as follows: Typical Budget Cost/Unit Units Total Cost Cost/Child i. League Fees $ 1, $ 1, $ ii. Referees $ Weeks $ 2, $ iii. Helmet $ Players $ 3, $ iv. Shoulder pads $ Players $ 1, $ v. Trophies & Awards $ Players $ 1, $ vi. Videography $ Games $ 1, $ vii. Uniform $ Players $ 5, $ viii.practice Jerseys $ $ 1, $ ix. Team Insurance $ 1, $ 1, $ x. Supplies & Equip $ 1, $ 1, $ xi. Transportation $ $ 2, $ xii. Admin Expense $ 1, $ 1, $ xiii.scholarship $ 1, $ 1, $ xiv. Travel Fund $ 1, $ 1, $ xv. Bad Debt/Theft $ 1, $ 1, $ xvi. Football Camp $ $ 17, $ Annual Budget $ 44, $ One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 9

10 As you can see, our fees are approximately $100 less than the full cost of the program. The gap is made up by fundraising and donations we are able to solicit from the community. The detailed explanation of each category is outlined below: i) League Fees: We are charged $1,000 by the league to cover administrative and other expenses of the league. ii) Referee Fees: Referee fees are $100 to $240 per game. Each team is responsible for half the fee. A typical day where 4 travel team play costs the team $ iii) Helmet: Each year the helmets must be cleaned, and every other year the helmets are sent out for reconditioning. Helmet money covers cleaning, reconditioning and eventual replacement of the helmet. iv) Shoulder Pads: Shoulder pad money covers cleaning and ultimate replacement of the shoulder pads. v) Trophies and Awards: Each child receives a trophy at the end of the year. The trophy is presented at the team banquet. There are also awards for academic achievement and outstanding achievements on the field. vi) Videography: For 2012, we are striving to have a videographer present for each game. Video analysis will help the coaches better prepare their teams, and copies of the game will be available for purchase to parents and players after the games. vii) Uniform: We rent the game jerseys to the players. The uniform charge covers ultimate replacement of the uniforms every 3 to 5 years. viii) Practice Jerseys: The team provides a practice jersey as part of registration. ix) Team Insurance: Covers liability for the organization and additional medical insurance of up to $100,000 per child x) Supplies & Equip: This includes medical supplies, cups, water bottles, coolers, Gatorade, footballs and other supplies used in managing the team. xi) Transportation: This includes van and bus transportation for kids to and from games as needed. xii) Administrative Expense: Cost of website, accounting, printing and copies, advertising and phone expense. xiii) Scholarship: Each year the Titans provide assistance to needy families who are unable to pay the fees. Without the scholarship, the program would be inaccessible for many of the kids we seek to serve. xiv) Travel Fund: Travel fund money is set aside to help subsidize expenses for teams that travel to national and regional tournaments. One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 10

11 xv) Bad Debt: Unfortunately, each year, the Titans have families that STEAL from the program, either by not living up to their financial commitments, or literally stealing equipment or other items from the program. xvi) Football Camp: This is the cost for transportation and lodging for the 4-day football camp. Any surplus beyond the expenses is used for scholarships and the team travel fund. IV. CHEERLEADING/STEP The Titan Cheerleaders compete in both cheerleading and step. Depending on the girls skill level in the two disciplines, girls may compete in one or both of the two disciplines. A. Teams & Divisions The Titans will field 4 teams with ages and divisions outlined below. There are no tryouts to qualify for the team. Everyone who lives up to the Player Code of Responsibility (See Appendix A) is eligible to play. Division Mighty Mite Jr. Pee Wee Jr. Varsity Varsity Age 8 & Under 10 & Under 12 & Under 15 & Under B. Season Registration for the Titan Cheer/Step program begins on the last Saturday in January and ends on the last Saturday in September. The season is broken up into 4 parts i) Pre-Season (Mid March Late June) 4 ii) Summer Practices (Late June September) iii) Games (Late August Mid November) The girls cheer at the boys games. iv) Competitions (Late August Mid November) The girls will participate in 3 to 4 competitions against teams from throughout the City during the season. C. Cost of the Cheer Program The Titans strive to provide a premium service for the most reasonable fees possible. Assuming 30 girls on the travel teams, the expenses for the cheer program are as follows: 4 The pre-season schedule is still tentative. It will be finalized by 3/19. One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 11

12 Typical Budget Cost/Unit Units Total Cost Cost/Child i. League Fees $ $ $ ii. Trophies & Awards $ Girls $ $ iii. Uniform $ Girls $ 5, $ iv. Team Supplies $ $ $ v. Team Insurance $ $ $ 6.67 vi. Transportation $ $ 1, $ vii. Admin Expense $ $ $ viii. Scholarship $ $ $ ix. Bad Debt/Theft $ $ $ 8.33 x. Cheer Camp $ Girls $ 1, $ Annual Budget $ 11, $ i) League Fees: We are charged $500 by the league to cover administrative and other expenses of the league. ii) Trophies and Awards: Each child receives a trophy at the end of the year. The trophy is presented at the team banquet. There are also awards for academic achievement and outstanding achievements on the field. iii) Uniform: The uniforms are purchased by each girl. iv) Team Supplies: This includes medical supplies, cups, water bottles, coolers, Gatorade, pom poms, megaphones and other supplies used in managing the team. v) Team Insurance: Covers liability for the organization. vi) Transportation: This includes van and bus transportation for kids to and from games and competitions as needed. vii) Administrative Expense: Cost of website, accounting, printing and copies, advertising and phone expense. viii) Scholarship: Each year the Titans provide assistance to needy families who are unable to pay the fees. Without the scholarship, the program would be inaccessible for many of the kids we seek to serve. ix) Bad Debt: Unfortunately, each year, the Titans have families that STEAL from the program, either by not living up to their financial commitments, or literally stealing equipment or other items from the program. x) Cheer Camp: Cheerleaders will participate in a 1 to 2 day camp with professional cheer instructors. The camp will take place as part of summer training. Any surplus beyond the expenses is used for scholarships and the team travel fund. One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 12

13 V. PARENTS RESPONSIBILITY The Titans are a volunteer-based organization. In order for us to be able to provide the best experience for your child, we need you to get involved as a volunteer, and to respect the time and efforts of those men and women who volunteer in the program to work with your child. The following are some of the expectations we have of the parents in the program. A. Coaches Gift: All of the Titan Coaches are volunteers and give up a significant part of their free time to work with your child. As a courtesy and a token of appreciation, we ask that each parent contribute $5 to $10 toward the purchase of coaching apparel for your child s coaching staff. Apparel items include: Logo polo shirts, logo t-shirts, shorts, jackets and hats. All of the items are available through the team. The gift is presented to the coach by the Team Parent on the Saturday prior to the first game. B. Don t Always Just Drop and Run: We are not a babysitting service. The football and Cheerleading program runs from March through December. If your child were to participate in the entire program he or she would receive 300 to 350 hours of instruction from the coaches. If you paid the coaches even minimum wage to babysit your child, your bill would be well over $2,000. Please respect the coaches and other volunteers by picking up your child on time and offering to help out with practices and other activities. C. Please Be on Time We ask that you be respectful of the volunteers time by having your child at practices and games on time. If you are not going to make a practice or game, please call ahead of time to let the coach know. i) Practice: Players should be at the practice field 5 to 10 minutes before the practice time. ii) Games: Players are expected to be at the game field one hour before the start of the game. D. Volunteering is Required: All of the coaches and administrators in the Titan organization are volunteers, and the Titans rely on help from the parents to efficiently and effectively run the program. We need the cooperation and support to make the program work. E. Be Constructive, Respectful & Discreet: The Titans seek to achieve excellence in all aspects of our program. However, we understand that we may, at times fall short. When we inevitably drop the ball, please be aware that your constructive criticism is welcomed, and we encourage you to get involved to help make things better. What is not welcomed or acceptable is for anyone to berate or disrespect the volunteers. If you have a problem, discuss it with a coach, away from the children. If you do not get satisfaction, please feel free to address you problem with the Team President. If you are not a part of the solution, you are by default, a part of the problem. One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 13

14 F. Mandatory Fundraising: Each family is required to participate in $ in fundraising or pay $100 in additional fees. Typical fundraising opportunities are listed below, though others may be used as we deem appropriate. i) Candy Sales (March/April) Each family is asked to participate in a spring fundraiser. ii) Spring Fling (April or May) The Titans will host a spring adults-only fundraiser. The event is a great opportunity for parents to get to know one another and will feature food and music at a local venue. iii) Modell s Team Week (May) During one week in early September Modell s will provide discounts on merchandise and a rebate to the Titan program on all purchases made by Titan families and friends. iv) Family Day (July/August) Family event where there will be food and games. v) League Raffle (September) Our league is sponsoring a league-wide raffle. Each family is required to sell a minimum $50.00 in raffles. vi) Homecoming Donation (October or November) The Titans have a homecoming celebration once a year in either October or November. Homecoming is a celebration at one of our home games. Each family is asked to donate a food item or $25.00 to support the event. G. Equipment: Once issued, you and your child are responsible for your equipment. If you or your child loses any of the equipment, you are responsible for its replacement. The schedule of cost for the various pieces of equipment is outlined below in Table 1 Table 1: Equipment Replacement Cost Schedule Item Price Helmet $75.00 Game Jersey $50.00 Game Pants Shoulder Pads $ $ Piece Pad Set $15.00 Single Piece of 7-Piece Pad Set $3.00 Mouthpiece $1.00 Chinstrap $10.00 Cheek Pad $5.00 Practice Jersey $15.00 Practice Pants $20.00 Pom-Poms $20.00 One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 14

15 H. Attendance at Meetings: The Titans will hold 3 to 5 mandatory parent meetings during the course of the year. We expect all parents to be in attendance. I. Communication: Please make certain we have current contact information for you. We prefer to communicate through and text messaging. Given the number of families per team, it is often difficult to make calls when we need to disseminate information. Please make every effort to have access to . VI. PARENT COMMITTEE The Parent Committee is responsible for (1) the coordination of all non-coach volunteers, (2) the team fundraising budget of $15,000, (3) working with the team President in coordinating the team banquet and (4) working with the team Vice President in coordinating the team Homecoming celebration. The Parent Committee officers are appointed by the Team President. A. President The President of the parent board shall be responsible for assisting in identifying committee Chairpersons and assisting the Team President in ensuring the proper operation of all volunteers. The President MUST have a minimum of 2 years of experience with the organization to be eligible. B. Vice President The Vice President shall fill in for the President when the President is unavailable and have responsibility for a minimum of one committee. C. Secretary The secretary shall be responsible for taking notes at parent meetings and disseminating all information to team parents. The Secretary shall also be responsible for assisting the team president in the administrative functions of the team. D. Treasurer The treasurer shall work with the concession, fundraising and apparel committee Chairpersons to ensure proper collection of funds. Treasurer shall also assist the Team President and Team Vice President in collection of all registration funds. VII. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES A. Team Parents: Two parents from each team are asked to assist the head coach in the administrative responsibilities of the team. i) Communicating information to families. ii) Assist coach in maintaining team registration materials iii) Coordinate Homecoming celebration iv) Wash team jerseys each week One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 15

16 v) Collect money for Coaches Gift and purchase gift items. B. General Volunteer Perform various duties as directed by committee chairpersons or the team president. C. Mandatory Play Coordinator (4 per team): The rules of our league require each player to participate in a minimum number of plays. Adherence to this rule is monitored during each game by a Mandatory Play Coordinator. Each team is required to have 2 mandatory play coordinators, one on each sideline. The Mandatory Play coordinators work with the coaches to ensure each player receives his minimum number of plays. We ask that 4 parents per team agree to be available to perform this duty. D. Academic Dean: (One parent per team) The academic dean is responsible for tracking the academic performance of all players on a particular team and assisting the Team President in coordinating tutoring. Players are required to provide the Academic Dean with weekly progress reports, filled out by their teachers, indicating their performance in school. E. Hospitality Committee: (Chairperson plus 2 to 3 other permanent members) Responsible for overseeing concessions for 4 to 5 home games and on-field refreshments for players during practice. i) Ensure all set up done 1 hour before game time ii) Ensure all clean up completed satisfactorily and concession items properly stored. iii) Recruit and manage up to 10 volunteers as needed to support concessions iv) Shopping for concession items v) Ensure proper handling of all funds. F. Coach: (As Many As Possible!) i) Assist in the training and development of the youth in the program. ii) Be present at all practices. G. Apparel Committee: (Chairperson plus 2 to 3 volunteers) i) Work with the Chairperson to decide on apparel to be offered for sale. ii) Manage apparel inventory and sales, collecting and submitting apparel money to team. iii) Assist Chairperson in placing orders. H. Fundraising: (One volunteer per team) One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 16

17 i) Assist the Treasurer in overseeing the fundraising efforts of the team. ii) Distribute fundraising materials, collect and submit fundraising money as directed by the treasurer. I. Registration: (One representative from each team) i) Assist in distributing recruiting materials to local schools. ii) Assist in distribution of recruiting materials throughout the neighborhood. iii) Conduct outreach to local schools. iv) Assist in collecting registration/certification materials for each team. J. Homecoming Committee: (Chaired by Titan Vice President plus 1 Team parent from each team) i) Coordinate food donations from all of the parents. ii) Coordinate entertainment and other activities for the day iii) Coordinate parent volunteers for event. K. Banquet Committee: (Chairperson plus 4 others) i) Handle all arrangements with banquet hall ii) Arrange guest speaker with Team President iii) Assemble content and advertising for banquet journal iv) Manage Ticket Sales v) Arrange all staffing at banquet vi) Assist Team President in procuring academic and athletic awards CONCLUSION A lot of time and effort went into preparing this parent manual. We endeavored to be as thorough as possible. However, we invariably make mistakes or omit information that may be important. If you notice any typos or believe we have overlooked anything, please feel free to let us know. Let s make this a great season together! One Team One Vision One Goal pg. 17

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