About the Camp Randall Rowing Club Junior Parent Committee

On June 20, 2009, the CRRC Board of Directors approved the formation of a Junior Parent Committee (JPC). The JPC supports the coaching staff and the rowers in a variety of ways. The role of parents as “boosters” of the CRRC has always been important and this charter is a recognition of the critical supporting role parents have in keeping the club fun and functioning.

Junior Parent Committee

Chairs – Tom Anderson,  Matt Moeser, Tim Trapp

Registrar – Sara Moeser, Hannah Renfro

Secretary and CommunicationAlene Bolin

Scholarship & Fund Raising – Sarah Pfau, Pat Mulvey, Eric Selje

Regatta Food – Lake Locken (chair), Renee Lauber, Mike Swift, Laurie Nagus, Sydne Trapp, Heidi Veloon, Pat Mulvey, Beth Rhodehamel, Tamarine Cornelius

Regatta Camp / Equipment Crew – Mike Waldvogel

TravelSteve Smith, Megan Jaeckel

ClothingChandra Anderson, Mark Anderson

Website – Suzanne Swift

OARacle Newsletter & Communications – Kimberly Hazen

Outreach & RecruitmentOPEN

Social – Sarah Pfau, Tim Tansey, Lisa Bishop

Truck and Trailer – Harry Browne

Ergathon – Dan Jansen

Summer Programming – Alene Bolin

Grant Writing – Sue Stanton

Safety and CultureSue Stanton, Faith Windsor-Leonard

First Aid and Safe Sport – Katherine Moriarty

Monona Invite – Wes Spitznagle, Melissa Waldvogel

Camp Randall Invite – Ed Wallander, Jon Nordmeyer, Cynthia Nordmeyer

Camp Randall Rowing Club
Junior Parent Committee Charter

The Board of Directors of Camp Randall Rowing Club (CRRC) establishes a Junior Parent Committee (JPC).

  1. Collect registration forms, waivers, emergency contact information forms and collect, deposit and maintain records of the fall, spring & winter workout programs and travel fees paid by the families of Junior rowers;
  2. Collect registration forms, waivers, emergency contact information forms and collect, deposit and maintain records of the program and travel fees paid by the families of the summer, high school and middle school Learn to Row programs;
  3. Organize, manage and coordinate the Annual Spring and Fall Parent Meetings, Open House, Awards Ceremony and other social activies;
  4. Organize, manage and coordinate fund-raising activities for the purchase and maintenance of equipment for the Junior rowing program, including the annual Erg-A-Thon and Bucky’s Locker Room;
  5. Organize, manage and coordinate the food, team tent, setup and other activities associated with the junior team’s regattas;
  6. Organize, manage and coordinate chaperones, lodging, transportation and equipment trailering for the Junior team’s travel activities, including but not limited to, the Spring Training Trip, Head of the Charles Regatta, Midwest Junior Rowing Championships, Youth National Invitational, Head of the Fox, Duluth International Regatta, Badger State Games, etc.;
  7. Organize, manage and coordinate the procurement and sale of all team clothing;
  8. Assist the coaching staff with planning, organizing and coordinating home regattas including the Brittingham Regatta and the Monona Terror Regatta;
  9. Organize, manage and coordinate recruitment programs for new Learn to Row participants and Junior rowers and,
  10. Prepare reports to the Board of Directors about the activities of the JPC, including recommendations for policies, activities, expenditures, etc., to enhance and support the Summer Learn to Row programs and the Junior Rowing program.

All parents and/or legal guardians of currently enrolled Junior rowers are eligible to participate in the JPC. The JPC shall select a Chair and a Vice-chair and shall organize such subcommittees as necessary to fulfill its responsibilities. The JPC Chair shall serve as a voting member of the CRRC Board of Directors.

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