Central Iowa Excaliburs: Welcome

Registration begins on March 10th! Contact us for details. Looking forward to another great season!

Central Iowa Excaliburs Fundraiser

Donations Received: $ 25

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Monday, March 20
2017 Registraion

 ****PLEASE GO TO THE HANDOUT SECTION FOR 2017 REGISTRATION INFO****

****Excaliburs Track Meet will be May 13, 2017 at Waukkee High School**** 

 

 

We first would like to thank you for visiting our website. Our mission is to develop young athletes with positive outlooks and attitudes in Des Moines and the surrounding areas.


OUR OBJECTIVES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

*To create a nationally competitive track club
*To develop discipline, responsibility, and social skills in young people
*To provide academic tutoring and scholarship opportunities
*Expand our membership and increase parent involvement
*Increase community awareness, support, and participation in track and field

We would like to personally thank all of the coaches, board members, athletes, and volunteers for helping in the development of our wonderful track club. Our shared enthusiasm for track and field and for the youth of our community is what drives our success. We will continue to strive for greatness on and off of the track and settle for nothing less. A wise man once said "best is always better, but never stop striving until your best is better than best". This quote embodies the spirit and philosophy of our team. We will work hard each day and push each other to be our very best.

We would like to take this opportunity and thank all of our parents for trusting us with your children and letting us play a role in molding their lives. I hope all of you continue to support your children and help us to make a difference in their lives.





Yours Truly,



Coach Cortez Nichols, President
Denise Nichols, Vice President


P.S. Please sign our guest book and thanks for visiting our website!!!







Tuesday, April 11
Des Moines Register Article: "A track club as sharp as its name suggest." April 11, 2006