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Board Meeting Minutes – July 10th, 2018

Tinley Park Bobcats

Board Meeting Minutes

July 10th, 2018

 

Attendees

 

  • Steve Bosco, President
  • Randall Goss, Treasurer
  • Bill Insley, Secretary
  • Dan LoConte, 2ndVice President
  • Joe Bressanelli, Baseball Commissioner
  • Marcia Kissane, Softball Commissioner
  • Deanna Tuman, Concessions Coordinator
  • Brenda Nelson, Cheer Commissioner
  • Ken Leonard

 

Discussion Items

 

  • Steve Bosco
    • Park District Meeting
      • Discussion on soccer fields for the Fall season.
        • To be settled in the next couple of weeks.
      • Travel Manager Applications
        • All Travel Baseball Manager applications for the 2019 season have been submitted and approved.
        • Travel Softball applications are pending.

 

  • Bill Insley
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Dan LoConte
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Randy Goss
    • Final expenses for Spring Travel Soccer and Softball have been trickling in.

 

  • Joe Bressanelli – Baseball Update
    • Fall Ball is open for registration.
      • The Pinto level (8U) teams will play games with the Tinley Park Bulldog Pinto teams.
      • In the process of making a determination for some Fall Ball teams: Join the Frankfort Fall Ball League or the Chicagoland Sunday PT Travel league.
    • Update on incident with Tinley Park Bulldog player in a Bronco game.
      • The Bulldog player was suspended by the Bulldogs organization until the end of the spring season.
      • The Bobcats have banned this player from playing any game at a Bobcat field in future seasons.
    • Fall Field Day to take place after the Fall Ball season ends.

 

  • Marcia Kissane – Softball Update
    • Field work needed on Field #2.
      • Outfield has a number of holes as result of last fall’s drainage project.
      • Joe – Field #3 has the same issue.
      • Randy – Field #1 – follow-up discussion on dusters/sprinklers for the outfield.
      • Steve to e-mail the Park District concerning all three fields at Bettenhausen.
    • Fall Ball
      • Considering doing fundamental camps in the fall instead of joining the Frankfort Fall Ball League.
      • Registration Numbers:
        • Enough players registered for just one (1) 11U Team.
        • Recommend fundamental camps for the other age groups (8U and 15U).
      • Registration to close on July 31st, 2018.
      • Steve advises Marcia to keep in touch with the registration numbers before making a decision on the fundamental camps.
      • Randy asks Marcia her feedback on the NAYS Training.Marcia believes the training was good, but was not “hands on”.  These fundamental camps will be “hands on”.
      • Steve requests an outline of how fundamental camps will be run prior to going that route.
      • Marcia has 5 or 6 interested trainers.
    • Initiated discussions with Ron Woodworth of the TP Park District:
      • End of year party – discuss vendors
    • Softball Tournament at Bettenhausen
      • Apparel Vendor approval – vendor can bring its own generator in lieu of utilizing the PD electricity.
        • Need to alert TP Park District and certificate of insurance is required.
      • Quickscores
        • Invoice Error
          • Worked on corrections and called to clear up.
        • Brief discussion of Quickscores Users (Marcia, Randy, Joe) – Park District v. Joe Hawker (Umpiring Coordinator) v. Field Maintenance (Jim Cronk).

 

  • Brian Burke – Flag Football Update (via E-mail)
    • Registrations are down in every division. As of today, registration is at 171 – last year at the same time, there was 225.
    • Half of the registrations have come in over the last 10 days, so hoping that it’s more of a last minute thing v. numbers down due to competing organizations or lack of interest in flag football.
    • Requests Bill / Brandi to update Facebook site to reflect registration being open through Sunday July 15th– no late registrations will be accepted.
    • I’m sending one final blast to the Bobcat parents tomorrow via e-mail/text.
    • Field Update:
      • Have not heard back from Ron Woodworth or Mike D at Andrew on field availability for the fall season. I followed up with both today and I’m also checking in on field availability at Tinley Park High School.
    • Indoor Flag Football Registration: Only two (2) registrations and minimal inquiries thus far.

 

  • Brenda Nelson – Cheer Update
    • Cheer has started this week
      • 94 girls are registered.

 

  • Deanna Tuman – Concessions Update
    • Family Fun Day (June 2nd, 2018)
      • Ok Turnout
      • Less spending than in prior years.
    • Concessions is finished – after three years, ready to hand it off to a new volunteer.
    • Concession stand was closed this year due to lack of volunteers moreso than in prior years.
    • Open discussion with Board members and other attendees on ideas to encourage volunteers to take responsibility and show up for their concession stand shift when they don’t pay for a buy-out.
    • No-Show Volunteers
      • Tabled for future discussion.

Board Meeting Minutes – April 10th, 2018

Tinley Park Bobcats

Board Meeting Minutes

April 10th, 2018

 

Attendees

 

  • Steve Bosco, President
  • Randall Goss, Treasurer
  • Bill Insley, Secretary
  • Joe Bressanelli, Baseball Commissioner
  • Jim Keating, Travel Baseball Commissioner
  • Marcia Kissane, Softball Commissioner
  • Rich Granata, Challengers Baseball
  • Brian Burke, Flag Football Commissioner

 

Discussion Items

 

  • Steve Bosco
    • Interview with Ron Centanni of Discover Tinley is now available to be viewed on Tinley Public Access Channel or on-line. Interview discusses the Tinley Park Bobcats Organization and the sports offered to kids.
    • Softball Scoreboard Update
      • As discussed in prior board meeting, an inquiry was made by Nicholas Henkle regarding a scoreboard at Bettenhausen Park Field #2 for softball.
      • Approval by the Park District is required for the scoreboard as it has lights and may distract homeowners near the field.
      • A cost estimate for the scoreboard is approx. $4,400. This was the amount paid for the Challenger Scoreboard a few years ago.

 

  • Bill Insley
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Randy Goss
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Joe Bressanelli – Baseball Update
    • Waiting for the spring weather to improve to begin in-house practices.
    • One family (Boyce) received a registration refund due to health concerns.
    • One player was moved from Shetland to Pinto.
    • Provided Ron Woodworth of the TP Park District the game schedules to set the timers for the lights at Bettenhausen.

 

  • Jim Keating – Travel Baseball Update
    • Field Maintenance Day was last Saturday, April 7th.
    • Sprinkler System Project on Field #1 at Bettenhausen to start tomorrow, Wednesday, April 11th.
      • Additional electrical work to be done as part of the project – discussions ongoing on where to put the electrical box.
    • Need new signage around Bettenhausen Park – new signage is needed as the old signs (with the old logo) were put up.
    • Outfield grass at all 3 fields needs to be rolled as a result of the outfield drainage project last fall. Will contact the PD to request they roll the grass.

 

  • Brian Burke – Flag Football Update
    • Working with Andrew High School to secure the fields for the Fall season.
    • Working with Ron Woodworth of the TP Park District to secure Freedom Field for the Fall Season.
    • Trying to determine whom to contact about the field at Helen Keller School.
    • Registration for Fall Season is now open.
    • Roma in Frankfort is not yet interested in a partnership for an indoor flag season. Plan is to wait them out to compare registration numbers.

 

  • Rich Granata – Challenger Update
    • Would like to thank the volunteers at Field Maintenance Day who put up the helmet racks/bat racks on Challenger Field.
    • Trying to put together a Colt level team (15 – 16 yr. olds).
      • Would use Vogt Woods as their home field.
    • Challenger teams have received their uniforms from “Be Creative”.

 

  • Marcia Kissane – Softball Update
    • Looking for an extra box to hold the pitching machine near the batting cages.
      • Jim and Joe confirm they’ll be able to find her one as there is at least one extra box near the shed that is not being used.
    • High School Rec registration is now closed. 15 girls registered.
    • Waiting on Frankfort to release the game schedule for the 10U, 12U, and 15U levels.
    • Tommy O’Connell Fundraiser – June 22, 2018
      • Would like to know if the Bobcats can do anything for the event as an organization to help.
        • Further discussions to take place to come up with ideas to help.
      • One issue with 15U player – wanted to change teams as there are two teams at that level. Resolution is near.
      • Mokena has backed out of the Bobcat League at Barrette’s (8U). They wanted to use a pitching machine, but the Bobcat rules do not allow it.
      • All coaches have been given login credentials for the National Assocation of Youth Sports (“NAYS”) training on-line.
      • Any updates on background checks for coaches?
        • Steve to follow-up with Brandi Parke.
      • Questions on SI Play
        • Some coaches are not receiving the e-mails/communications from SI Play
          • Per Randy – Issue may be related to only some of the parents/coaches having the SI Play application. Communications sent through the App will not go through to e-mail. Only parents that have the App will receive those communications.

Dick’s Day on April 7th and 8th!

I know we are getting excited about the Spring Season.  If you still need gear for the season here is a coupon for Dick’s that is good the whole weekend.

 

Required Equipment per sport:

Baseball – Glove and Cup, for all divisions other than Shetland spikes

Softball – Glove and face mask are required.  Bat and spikes are suggested.

Soccer – Shin Guards and soccer ball.  If you would like spikes, you can not have a toe spike.

Board Meeting Minutes – March 13th, 2018

Tinley Park Bobcats

Board Meeting Minutes

March 13th, 2018

 

Attendees

 

  • Steve Bosco, President
  • Stan Parke, 1st Vice President
  • Randall Goss, Treasurer
  • Bill Insley, Secretary
  • Dan LoConte, 2nd Vice President
  • Brandi Parke, Team Mom and Fundraiser Coordinator
  • Joe Bressanelli, Baseball Commissioner
  • Jim Keating, Travel Baseball Commissioner
  • Marcia Kissane, Softball Commissioner
  • Deanna Tuman, Concessions Coordinator
  • Justin Roney, Shed Manager
  • Rich Granata, Challengers Baseball
  • Brian Burke, Flag Football Commissioner
  • Phil Romanow
  • Nick Henkle

 

Discussion Items

 

  • Steve Bosco
    • Brandi contacted by Discover Tinley
      • Steve interviewed with Ron Centanni
      • 12 Minute Piece on the TP Bobcats to air locally.
      • Special interest in the Challenger program.
    • Final Dick’s Walk-up Registration
      • Numbers for Spring 2018 improved significantly.

 

  • Stan Parke
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Dan LoConte
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Bill Insley
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Randy Goss
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

 

 

  • Brandi Parke
    • Waiting on Picture Day Confirmation
      • Asked for Sunday, April 29th, 9:00am – 1:00pm.
    • T-Shirts ordered for Irish Parade
      • Parade line-up starts at 12:30pm, parade starts at 2:00pm.
    • April 1st
      • Fall registration for Flag Football and Soccer open.
      • Holding off on Fall Baseball and Softball for now.

 

  • Joe Bressanelli – Baseball Update
    • Shetland rosters are now set.
    • The Pinto and Mustang player draft is scheduled for Monday, March 19th.
    • The Bronco player draft is scheduled for Thursday, March 15th.

 

  • Jim Keating
    • In process of transitioning the Shed Manager role to Justin Roney.
    • Field Maintenance Day has been moved from Saturday, April 14th to Saturday, March 24th. Baseball and Softball fields to be prepared on the same day.
    • Quote on the Field #1 Sprinkler System to be provided by Thursday, March 15th. It is possible the system can be installed before the start of the season.
    • Full maintenance required on the Gator – scheduled for Thursday, March 15th.
    • Shed garage – question on changing the keyless entry code:
      • Steve Bosco replies that the Board has moved to remove the keyless entry and switch entirely to remote controls. That way, only authorized people can enter the shed.

 

  • Deanna Tuman
    • Picked up candy for fundraiser today.

 

  • Marcia Kissane – Softball Update:
    • Registration Numbers:
      • Three (3) Pixie-T teams
      • Three (3) Barrette teams (8U)
      • Four (4) Ponytail teams (10U)
      • Two (2) Powderpuff teams (12U)
      • Two (2) Diamond teams (15U)

 

  • Brian Burke – Flag Football Update:
    • Looking at alternate fields for the older division (6th – 8th grade).
    • Want to move away from McCarthy Park – field is unplayable with heavy rains.
    • Going back to Helen Keller is a possibility.

 

  • Rich Granata – Challenger Update
    • Asks about the kids getting ordered from Dick’s?
      • Joe Bressanelli confirms.
    • Registration #’s are big – 118 players registered.

 

  • Nick Henkle
    • Came in to request a scoreboard and other amenities for the softball field at Bettenhausen Park.
    • Nick / Marcia / Board to discuss with Dennis Murphy, who last ordered a scoreboard for Challenger Field.

 

  • Phil Romanow
    • Looking for a start date for the spring soccer season.
      • Brandi’s response – Should start on April 15th or 16th.

 

  • Brandi Parke – confirms that raffle tickets will be available at the end of April.

Board Meeting Minutes – February 13th, 2018

Tinley Park Bobcats

Board Meeting Minutes

February 13th, 2018

 

Attendees

 

  • Randall Goss, Treasurer
  • Bill Insley, Secretary
  • Dan LoConte, 2nd Vice President
  • Brenda Nelson, Cheer Commissioner
  • Joe Bressanelli, Baseball Commissioner
  • Jim Keating, Travel Baseball Commissioner
  • Marcia Kissane, Softball Commissioner
  • Mark Sieracki

 

Discussion Items

 

  • Dan LoConte
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Bill Insley
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Randy Goss
    • Year-end 2017 Financials to be provided by end of February.

 

  • Jim Keating
    • Question on Background Checks
    • Brandi to load the rec coaches in March so that they can all be submitted for background checks.

 

  • Joe Bressanelli – Baseball Update
    • Sample uniforms to be at the next walk-up registration.
      • Same uniforms as the prior year.
    • Joe Hawker sent out an e-mail blast to recruit new umpires.
      • Umpire training to take place in early March.
    • Bobcats will host three (3) tournaments this year:
      • 2018 Memorial Day Classic (12U FT and 10U FT)
      • July All-Star Tournament (9U PT for Baseball / 12U PT Travel for Softball)
        • 7/19 – 7/23
      • July Tournament (11U FT)
        • 7/11 – 7/15
      • Park District Meeting to be held on February 22nd.
      • In-house season to start on April 23rd.

 

  • Brenda Nelson – Cheer Update:
    • Cheer registration to open on-line on Thursday, February 15th.

 

  • Marcia Kissane – Softball Update:
    • Meeting took place with the Mokena and Tinley Park Bulldog organizations to join the 8U division.
      • Rule changes have been made to make it more competitive.
        • We will now keep score at this level and there will be playoffs.

 

  • Mark Sieracki – Manager of the 10U PT Travel Baseball Team
    • Seeks approval for a fundraiser – a raffle of various prizes.
    • Board approves.

Board Meeting Minutes – January 9th, 2018

Tinley Park Bobcats

Board Meeting Minutes

January 9th, 2018

 

Attendees

 

  • Steve Bosco, President
  • Randall Goss, Treasurer
  • Bill Insley, Secretary
  • Dan LoConte, 2nd Vice President
  • Brenda Nelson, Cheer Commissioner
  • Joe Bressanelli, Baseball Commissioner
  • Marcia Kissane, Softball Commissioner
  • Deanna Tuman, Concessions Coordinator

 

Discussion Items

 

  • Steve Bosco:
    • Received e-mail from Dick’s Sporting Goods
      • Baseball Kits / Softball Kits (11’’ or 12’’ Balls) to be distributed to the Bobcats – need a count
      • One Kit per Rec Team
      • Marcia to provide # of buckets for softball to request
      • Joe B. – 25 Baseball Buckets / 10 Tee-Ball Buckets
    • Update – Bettenhausen Field Improvements
      • Park District delayed sprinkler system project until after the 2018 spring season. However, it is possible (weather pending) that work can get done in early April before the season officially begins.
    • Dan LoConte
      • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Bill Insley
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Randy Goss
    • Update on Budgets:
      • Waiting on one (1) Travel Softball Budget
      • Randy requests to be invited to the next Travel Softball meeting – to discuss check request/deposit policies and procedures.

 

  • Joe Bressanelli – Baseball Update
    • Registration is open for spring baseball
      • It’s come to his attention that the Bulldogs have passed out flyers at in schools in District 146 and have placed a full one-page ad in the park district seasonal booklet for the 2nd year in a row.
      • No Majestic uniforms are available – will go with similar uniforms to last year.
      • Travel Baseball Teams held a meeting earlier in the evening to discuss the upcoming season.
      • Bobcats will host three (3) tournaments this year:
        • 2018 Memorial Day Classic (12U FT and 10U FT)
        • July All-Star Tournament (9U PT)
        • July Tournament (11U FT)

 

  • Deanna Tuman – Concessions Update
    • New App/Website will be utilized this season for signing up to work in the concession stand.
    • No travel teams will be required to provide help in the stand if they are playing on the same day as a rec team.
    • Two-Hour time slots in 2018.
    • Team Moms – will not be required to work in the concession stand – however, they are in charge of scheduling their respective team’s parents to work in the stand.
    • Head coach and assistant coaches (2 assistant coaches per team that are officially registered) do not have to work in the stand.
    • Looking to potentially purchase an ice cream machine?

 

  • Brenda Nelson – Cheer Update:
    • 8th Grade Team
      • Participating in a Spring Session
      • Two (2) Competitions
    • Unfortunately, no places in the State Competition

 

  • Marcia Kissane – Softball Update:
    • Would like to implement the following changes for the 2018 Spring Softball season:
      • Mandate all infielders to wear a mask -> girls to buy on their own or to share five (5) team masks?
        • To be determined – but believe most parents would prefer their daughters to have their own masks.
      • Mandate each head coach register for National Alliance for Youth Sports (“N.A.Y.S.”) training
        • On-Line or Classroom/Seminar training is available
        • $20/Head Coach
      • Additional Fundamentals Training
        • $20 Add-on to registration
        • Promoting the training is encouraged – via flyers/Bobcat e-mail blasts
        • Adding tools for coaches to the Bobcat website – Tips / Drills / Instruction
      • All-Star Game –to take place in June (same as baseball) – same day as Family Fun day.
      • League Reps – what are their responsibilities?
        • Board clarifies that the responsibilities of the league reps are set by the Commissioner as they see fit
        • League rep benefits:
          • 50% off rec registration
          • No concession stand time required

Board Meeting Minutes – November 14th, 2017

Tinley Park Bobcats

Board Meeting Minutes

November 14th, 2017

 

Attendees

 

  • Steve Bosco, President
  • Randall Goss, Treasurer
  • Bill Insley, Secretary
  • Stan Parke, 1st Vice President
  • Dan LoConte, 2nd Vice President
  • Brenda Nelson, Cheer Commissioner
  • Brian Burke, Flag Football Commissioner
  • Joe Bressanelli, Baseball Commissioner
  • Jim Keating, Travel Baseball Commissioner
  • Michelle Cerullo, Softball Commissioner
  • Marcia Kissane, Assistant Softball Commissioner
  • Brandi Parke, Head Team Mom
  • Jonathan Gorajski
  • Trevor Spooner
  • Mike Tymm

 

Discussion Items

 

  • Steve Bosco:
    • Next month’s meeting – would like to bring in and formally recognize the two gentlemen who performed CPR on a parent at a rec soccer practice in October.
      • Still working with the Fire Department to offer CPR Training to all coaches within the Bobcats organization.
    • Dan LoConte
      • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Bill Insley
    • No discussion items for the meeting.

 

  • Randy Goss
    • Update on Budgets:
      • Waiting on Softball, Travel Softball team budgets, and Flag Football
    • New deposit and check request forms have been distributed to all of the travel teams.
    • Current bank balances are strong.
    • Challenger’s – no significant donations received recently.
      • Current balance is just over $30k
      • Needs more fundraising for the Challenger account.

 

  • Joe Bressanelli – Baseball Update
    • Received inquiries from coaches regarding a 7U Part-Time Travel Team
      • No Try-Out
      • Team will accept any player who is interested.

 

  • Jim Keating – Travel Baseball / Shed Manager Update
    • Fall Field Clean-up at Bettenhausen Park took place on Saturday, October 28th and went very well.
    • Park District drainage project is under way.
      • Trenches are being built into the outfields on all three Bettenhausen fields.
    • Sprinkler System project currently on hold as the Park District is awaiting a formal request for permission. Steve has e-mailed the Park District with that request.
    • Uniform Fittings took place at the Devine Center on Tuesday, October 24th – everything went well.
    • Mike Airola from Sports Huddle is in the process of creating a Bobcat Spiritwear Site. No minimums required to place an order.
    • Will schedule a Travel Coach’s meeting – in early December or after New Year’s.

 

  • Travel Soccer Update
    • Fall season has ended.
    • Two teams from the Girls’ Divisions won their respective leagues.

 

  • Michelle Cerullo – Softball Update:
    • 1st Meeting in Frankfort for next season set for December 4th.
    • 18U level can no longer play their games at Bettenhausen as the field is too small.
      • Will need to use Freedom Park field (for approx. 10 – 15 games).
      • A box to hold the bases, pitching rubber, spikes, and extra gear is needed.
        • Brian confirmed that the Flag Football box can be used for Softball.
      • Also, the fields will need to be lined. Who can help?
        • Steve will contact the Park District to assist.

 

 

  • Brenda Nelson – Cheer Update:
    • Cheer Celebration took place two weeks ago.
    • Last competition is this Saturday (November 18th).
    • State competition to be held on December 2nd.

 

  • Flag Football Update – Brian Burke:
    • Flag Football season is finished.
    • Indoor Flag
      • Was able to pilot 2 teams for the league – hope is to build on these numbers in future seasons.

 

  • Announcement of Commissioners for 2018
    • Rec Baseball – Joe Bressanelli
    • Travel Baseball – Jim Keating
    • Softball – Marcia Kissane
    • Rec Soccer – Open
    • Travel Soccer – Jorge Avila
    • Head Team Mom – Brandi Parke
    • Flag Football – Brian Burke
    • Cheer – Brenda Nelson

 

  • Announcement of Booster’s for 2018
    • Concession Stand Coordinator – Deanna Tuman
    • Ethics – Steve Roberts / Nick Bohlson
    • Marketing – Open
    • Spirit Wear – Danielle Goss
    • Shed Manager – Justin Roney
    • Candy Coordinator – Brandi Parke
    • Park District Liaison and High School Liaison no longer necessary roles – responsibilities to be performed by Board Members / Commissioners.

 

  • Announcement of Election Results
    • Randall Goss wins the election for Treasurer (2018 – 2019) over Danielle Gorajski.

2018 Spring Softball Update

 

 

 

Hello Bobcat Softball Community,

 

Tinley Park Bobcats Softball registration is open for the 2018 Season.  We welcome girls from Tinley Park, Orland Hills, Orland Park, and the surrounding communities at resident fees.  Come join our organization as we focus on the fundamentals of softball at all levels while encouraging teamwork and most of all, FUN, in an organized sport.  All divisions will teach the girls the necessary fundamentals of the game while increasing their skill level throughout the year and preparing them for the next level. While the Bobcat Softball Organization focuses on teaching the girls the fundamentals, it also highly recognizes the importance of incorporating life skills.  We have made a decision this season to invest in our coaches and provide them with training and certification through the National Alliance for Youth Sports (“NAYS”), a nonprofit organization that educates, equips, and empowers youth sports leaders, volunteers, and parents so all children can enjoy the lifelong benefits of sports.  We have become a member organization of NAYS and look forward to the program training all head coaches will receive this year.

 

In addition, this year we are providing fundamental skills camps that run weekly from mid-February to mid-March.  For anyone interested in these camps, please see the registration options on SI play. Please note you will need to be registered with the Bobcats for the upcoming spring 2018 season in order to participate.  A small fee will be charged to cover our instructors and gym time.

 

I am also excited to announce that this year we now have 2 Full-Time travel teams and 3 Part-Time travel teams that have been working out together preparing for their upcoming seasons.  Our tryouts for these teams are held in August every year.  Please stay tuned for further information.

 

Bobcat softball is a volunteer organization and relies heavily on league representatives, coaches, team moms and parents to contribute their time throughout the year to ensure a positive experience and playing facility for our girls.  Volunteering is required of all levels of the softball organization.   If you do not wish to be a manager, coach, or team mom, parents are still required to serve a few hours in our concession stand.  However, there is an option to buy-out of this service time.  Please reach out with any inquiries regarding our program.

 

I look forward to serving you as Softball commissioner and I’m open to any suggestions you may have to better our program.  I encourage parents to stay involved and participate in parent meetings and any other opportunities that surface.  With the league representatives and volunteers that have already come forward, I am looking forward to this upcoming year as we all have one goal to work towards: “Preparing our girls with fundamental skills to play a game that will not only teach them life lessons but encourage teamwork and goal setting, all while having fun.”

Best Regards,

Marcia Kissane

Tpbobcatsoftball12@gmail.com

Tinley Park Bobcats Softball Commissioner