Countryside Jr. Cougars: My Site News

Wednesday, September 17
Practice Cancelled

Due to Field Conditions

FLAG FOOTBALL PRACTICE

will be cancelled for Tonight

September 23th, 2014 

 



CJC Yearbook
Click Here to Order $20.00
Wednesday, June 18
Yearbook 2014
CJC Yearbook
Is Here!!!
Order today
Limited Quantity Available.
Deadline October 15, 2014 
 
 
We are looking forward to an amazing year for our Countryside Jr Cougars!
Our Staff and Jostens will work hard together to capture this season's memories and create a memory book that will last a lifetime. The memory book is an 8 1/2" x 11" hard Silk cover book with 50 plus color pages showcasing your child and their team. we will be featuring the following:
Cost: $20.00
Personalize with child name: $5.00
Icon: Helmet/Paws/Cheerleader: $3.00 
Click above to your your YearBook or
  • Purchase during CJC Practices - Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
  • ALL Home Games
  • Hand in completed forms to Team Mom
  • Print out "Handout" below Yearbook order form
 
Parent Recognition:
Are a great way for parents, families and friends to commemorate player and Cheerleader achievements and important mildstones.  Please download Parent Recognition Ad order form below or Sales for yearbook will be at Practice field (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) & every Home Game.
 Business Ads:
Showcase your business in the book that never loses its appeal. Players, cheerleaders and their families will flip through the pages of the football memory book hundreds of times and cherish it for a lifetime. In addition, proceeds from ad sales are a fundraiser for our organization. We appreciate your support! 
For Business Ads please go to jostensadservice.com 
Feel Free to email me at : nildamargarejo@aol.com

Now recruiting yearbook Staff. If you are interested in helping to create a memoriable Football & Cheer 2014 year.  Please click on "Contact Us" tab & let us know. 

Can't wait to hear from you ALL!! 

 


Handout: CJC Yearbook Order Form 2014

Friday, August 1
Parking Notice

Notice of Parking for the Countryside Sports Plex

One Way (enter from North entrance exit South entrance)

Please see map"Handout" below

The purpose of this map (below) is to inform you about the parking concerns at the Countryside Sports Plex. Designated parking areas for patrons attending events at this venue are:

(A) The lot north of the fields

(B) The parking lot east of the fields

(C) Overflow parking along the service road south of the fields and east of Chi Chi’s Golf Course

 

Please be a good neighbor and respect that the parking lot of the Chi Chi Rodriguez Golf Course is for their patrons and we cannot park in that area. Parking is not permitted on the sidewalks or in the grass areas adjacent to the highway (XXX). Parking in any other area other than areas A, B, or C may result in a ticket and/or towing of your vehicle.

(1) No person shall park a vehicle any place on park property other than in the designated areas or at designated times provided for that particular type of vehicle, unless directed otherwise by law enforcement officers, department employees, or as authorized.

(2) No person shall double park any vehicle at any time on any road or parkway or parking concourse of park property, unless so directed by a law enforcement officer or department employee. Thank you for your cooperation.


Handout: CJC Parking Notice

Thursday, August 14
Sunshine State Games Grass Volleyball Series

Please help promote this event as it is for a great cause with one of the tournament stops in our backyard:  

Sunshine State Games Grass Volleyball Series Invites Everyone to Play for Charity
~Clearwater is among one of seven tournament stops – September 6 at Eddie C. Moore Complex~


TALLAHASSEE – The Florida’s Sunshine State Games new Grass Volleyball Series is bringing a casual game of backyard volleyball among friends to a new level.

The series gives anyone who has ever landed a serve for an ace, knocked down a kill for a point or dug a ball to save point a chance to play volleyball with others in the Tampa Bay area for a charitable cause. 

The third of seven stops of the Sunshine State Games Grass Volleyball Series, hosted by the Florida Sports Foundation and Florida Region of USA Volleyball, will be held Saturday, September 6, at the Eddie C. Moore Complex in Clearwater.  This series is open to volleyball players of all ages and skill levels and gives the community an opportunity to enjoy a day of fun in the sun while playing volleyball and Kicking Some Grass For Charity.  The event is hosted locally by the St. Petersburg/Clearwater Sports Commission.

The Clearwater event benefits Clearwater For Youth, whose mission is to help ensure “no child is turned away” due to financial concerns and to elevate youth sports in the community and beyond.  The organization offers support through scholarships and grants to constructive sports programs where children from all levels of society can play together and learn together. The CFY mission has never wavered nor has its philosophy of “building character through sports.”


“We encourage anyone, despite your skill level, to come out and try a day of Grass Volleyball for charity,” said Florida Sports Foundation Senior Vice President Stephen Rodriguez. “If you’ve played Volleyball in PE class, gather your friends, family or co-workers and create a team to support Clearwater For Youth.  This is a great team building opportunity for local businesses as well!” 

“The Florida Region is honored to join in a partnership with the Florida Sports Foundation for the first ever Sunshine State Games Grass Volleyball Series,” said Steve Bishop, Florida Region of USA Volleyball Executive Director. “Our collective goal is to take the game of volleyball to new participants and at the same time create a way to support local charities in the host communities. We are hopeful corporations, first responders and hospitality teams will come out for a day of fun in the sun and help Kick Some Grass For Charity!” 

Registration and competition information is currently available at http://www.floridavolleyball.org/sunshine-state-games-grass-vb-series.html.  Registration fee for the Competitive Adult Coed 4's division teams is $100, Recreational Adult Coed 6's is $150 and Junior 6's (Girls 16-18) is $100. 

Team VIP fees are also available for an additional cost.  The VIP fees include lunch, water during the event, and access to the VIP area. 

SUNSHINE STATE GAMES GRASS VOLLEYBALL SERIES TOUR DATES
Stop 1 - August 16, Jacksonville - Jacksonville University - JU Dolphin Green, 9:00 a.m.
Stop 2 – August 23, Gainesville - Flavet Field on the Campus of the University of Florida, 9:00 a.m.
Stop 3 – September 6, Clearwater – Eddie C. Moore Park
Stop 4 – September 20, Fort Myers – Estero Recreation Center
Stop 5 – October 11, Sarasota – 17th Street Park
Stop 6 – October 25, Fort Lauderdale - Holiday Inn Sunrise – Holiday Inn Sports Complex
State Championships – November 8, Tavares – Location: Hickory Point Recreation Park

Rules for all of the divisions are also available at the website and all teams participating in one of the six Florida stops are eligible to compete in the State Championships in November.

About Florida Sports Foundation:

The Florida Sports Foundation, Inc. is a 501(C)3 non-profit corporation, serving as the Sports Industry Development Division of

  • Assist Florida’s communities with securing, hosting and retaining Sporting events and sports related business that generate significant economic impact and Sports Tourism for the state of Florida through the Foundation’s grant programs, legislative initiatives and Industry Partner service, recognition and development.

  • Provide the citizens of Florida with participation opportunities in Florida's Sunshine State Games and Florida Senior Games events.

  • Assist in the promotion of targeted leisure sports industries in Florida.

  • Assist National and Florida State Governing Bodies to promote amateur sport development through Florida's Sunshine State Games and hosting events in Florida. 

    About Florida Region of USA Volleyball:

    The Florida Region of USA Volleyball is a 501c3 non-profit that began operations in the 1960’s and was officially incorporated in 1982 to promote the sport of volleyball and to create competitive playing opportunities for volleyball enthusiasts of all ages throughout the State of Florida.  The Florida Region is one of the 40 regional volleyball associations under the umbrella of USA Volleyball and currently serves approximately 12,500 members.  Indoor and outdoor programming is available for adults, juniors, coaches and officials.  The Florida Region of USA Volleyball headquarters is located in Eustis, FL.  Additional information on the Florida Region can be found at: http://www.floridavolleyball.org/

For additional information contact: 

Nick Gandy

Florida Sports Foundation

t: (850) 488-1422  e: ngandy@flasports.com

-or-

Ashley Shewey, Marketing Coordinator

Florida Region of USA Volleyball, Inc.

t: 352-742-0080   e: Ashley@FloridaVolleyball.org



Friday, July 25
Registration Hours - Payments ONLY

Registration Hours:

July 2014

Office will be open for Payments ONLY 

Monday thru Friday

6:00pm - 7:30pm 



Tuesday, May 6
Equipment Room

Equipment Room

Hours - 5:45pm - 7:15pm

Monday - Friday  



VCB poistions Available

The Following Positions below for VCB (Volunteer Chair Boards) are available:

Please contact Brad Adams bradams1@hotmail.com or any Executive Board Member under (tab "Board & VCB") if you are interested.

Assistant Treasurer

In addition to being a member of the VCB, the Assistant Treasurer is responsible to assist the Treasurer with any financial duties assigned to the Assistant Treasurer by the Treasurer. The Treasurer is the chief financial officer of the organization and is ultimately solely responsible for the financial accounting of the organization so the Assistant Treasurer should not undertake any financial activity without the specific direction of the Treasurer.  These duties may include but not be limited to training concession cashiers, assisting with concession stand register close out, ledger entries of financial transactions, balancing financial records, assisting with fund collection, booking receipts and deposits during registration, game day, concession and fundraising activities. This position requires approximately 5 to 8 hours per week. The Assistant Treasurer must have a criminal and sexual predator background check conducted.

Fundraising Coordinator

In addition to being a member of the VCB, the Fundraising Coordinator is responsible for coordinating with the Football Athletic Director, the Cheerleading Athletic Director, the Facilities Director and the Treasurer to determine the financial needs of the organization that must be met with fundraising activities. The Fundraising Coordinator will lead the development of fundraising efforts by conducting meetings and recruiting and coordinating fundraising volunteers for fundraising activities. The Fundraising Coordinator shall seek advice from the organization's legal counsel or the Treasurer to be sure no fundraising activity jeopardizes the tax-exempt status of the organization. This position requires approximately 15 volunteer hours per month. The Fundraising Coordinator must have a criminal and sexual predator background check conducted.

Cheerleading Registrar

In addition to being a member of the VCB, the Cheerleading Registrar is responsible for all participant registration paperwork and ensuring that it is correctly completed, submitted to the League for certification and information entered into the organization's computer(s) to produce Member and Player rosters for all cheerleading programs except flag cheerleading programs. The Cheerleading Registrar is also responsible to assist the Football Registrar and the Flag Registrar with their duties and obtain and coordinate sufficient volunteers to assure adequate staff for cheerleading registration sessions. This position requires approximately 25 volunteer hours per month with the busiest period being two to three months before the season to the fourth week of the season. The Cheerleading Registrar must have a criminal and sexual predator background check conducted.

Flag Registrar

In addition to being a member of the VCB, the Flag Program Registrar is responsible for all participant registration paperwork and ensuring that it is correctly completed, submitted to the League for certification and information entered into the organization's computer(s) to produce Member and Player rosters for all flag football and cheerleading programs. The Flag Program Registrar is also responsible to assist to the Cheerleading Registrar and the Football Registrar with their duties and obtain and coordinate sufficient volunteers to assure adequate staff for football registration sessions. This position requires approximately 25 volunteer hours per month with the busiest period being two to three months before the season to the fourth week of the season. The Flag Program Registrar must have a criminal and sexual predator background check conducted.

Cheerleading Program Coordinator:

In addition to being a member of the VCB, the Cheerleading Program Coordinator is responsible for recruiting cheerleading Coaches, creating cheerleading Teams and making sure those Teams are balanced, ordering cheerleading uniforms, creating a cheerleading budget and providing that budget to the Cheerleading Athletic Director, creating cheerleading game and competition schedules, setting up home football game fields for cheerleading purposes and communicating with parents and/or legal guardians of cheerleading Players. This position requires approximately 25 volunteer hours per month. The Cheerleading Program Coordinator must have a criminal and sexual predator background check conducted.

 

 


 



Note from our President

Note from Our President "Brad Adams" 

Thank you and congratulations to everyone for a phenomenal 2013!

Below are some of the highlights of this incredible season…

  • Most football championships of all 12 organizations in the conference

    • 9 out of 10 teams made the playoffs

    • All 4 Varsity teams made the playoffs and semi-finals

    • 4 teams went to the Championships and CJC won 4 Championships!

      • JV PeeWee 2 – Conference Champions and Undefeated

      • JV Midget 1 – Conference Champions

      • Varsity PeeWee – Conference Champions

      • Varsity Midget – Conference Champions and Undefeated

  • Largest Summer football camp on record for CJC (almost 100 participants from multiple organizations)

  • Largest Summer cheer camp on record for CJC

  • CJC membership grew by more than 1/3rd this season from last

  • Multiple awards, including 1st Place for Varsity Flyweight, in tournaments in conference and region for our cheer teams

A special Thank You to our 2013 Board Members for all of their hard work this year that enabled us to have such a fantastic season!

Thanks Again,

Brad Adams

President

Countryside Junior Cougars



Executive Board & VCB Meetings
MEETING
MEETINGS

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETINGS:

All executive board meetings will be on the 2nd Tuesday fo each month at the Countryside Jr Cougars Field:

TBA

VCB MEETINGS:

All VCB meeting will be on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Countryside Rec Center from 7:30pm - 9:00pm:

TBA



Congratulations
Trophy # 1

CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS

Varsity Midgets

Varsity PeeWee

JV Midgets #1  

JV PeeWee #2 

Congratulations to ALL (football & Cheer) CJC Teams!

Thank you for a GREAT SEASON!!!! 

 



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