2016 Annual Report

o Registered 904 players on 80 Recreational and 3 Select teams.
o Continued to provide a more interactive July coaches’ training/meeting due to positive feedback from the prior year.
o 6 teams participated in the Soccer To The Maxx Jamboree
o 15 teams participated in the WYS 2016 Recreational Cup
o Posted information and updates on Tracyton SC Web Site and Facebook pages.
o Ran Select tryouts in April/May.
o Issued TSC Rec kits from Nike.
o Continued with TSC Select uniforms from Nike.
o Bought two training t-shirts for Select and two t-shirts for younger rec age groups from Winners Sportswear.
o Held goalkeeper training with Mike Wright for both select and recreational players.
o Purchased and sold TSC scarves.
o Promoted TSC spiritwear through Winners Sportswear, with a percentage coming back to the Scholarship Fund.
o Other fundraising - TSC ran a number of successful fundraiser events including a McDonald's McTakeover, Krispy Kreme sales, Westsound Recycling, and AmazonSmile.
Thank you to all who helped support these events and/or on-going fundraisers.
Other major TSC happenings included:
o T & C Photo continued to provide our team/individual pictures. They gave free digimates to all those who turned in a completed order form.
o The TSC membership donated 390 pounds of food to support the CK Food Bank.
o TSC said good bye, with much appreciation, to Tracyton SC President, Lloyd Hansen, who has given decades to the youth in the Kitsap area. Thank you, Lloyd!
o TSC Membership voted in four new Board Members – Betsy Hytinen, Scott McKee, Larry Richardson, and Casey Winters.
o The TSC Constitution was revised and approved by the membership in November during the AGM.
o The TSC BOD is consistently looking for new ways to help with coach and referee development, to keep costs to a minimum, and to promote sportsmanship for all members; Tracyton SC provided both coach clinics and referee clinics along with other training opportunities.

 

2015 Annual Report

  • Registered 967 players on 89 Recreational and 9 Select teams.
  • Implemented a different type of coach meeting.
  • Posted information and updates on Tracyton SC Web site and Facebook pages.
  • Held a Spring Academy with the Kitsap Pumas and TSC Coaches for 90 players.
  • Ran a Spring Break Camp with the Kitsap Pumas in April, had 25 participants.
  • Purchased new TSC Rec kits from Nike.
  • Arranged for new TSC Select uniforms with Nike.
  • Bought training t-shirts for Select and two t-shirts for younger rec age groups.
  • Purchased and sold TSC scarves, umbrellas, caps, and other types of spiritwear.
  • Promoted TSC spiritwear through Winners Sportswear, with1 a percentage coming back to the Scholarship Fund.
  • Continued to Fundraise with the Seattle Sounders FC through ticket sales.
  • Other fundraising - TSC ran a number of successful fundraiser events including a McDonald's McTakeover, a TSC Corn Maze Weekend, Westsound Recycling, and ThirtyOne. Thanks to those who came out and helped with any of the events. Please check the TSC Web site regularly for more information.
  • Worked with T & C Photo for our team/individual pictures. They provided free digimates to all those who turned in a filled-in form.
  • TSC said good bye, with much appreciation, to three long-standing Board Members -- Nikki Palmer, Jonelle Chaffee, & Tim Young!
  • TSC Membership voted in two new Board Members, Naomi Carrier and Michelle Luley.
  • The TSC BOD is consistently looking for new ways to help with coach and referee development, to keep costs to a minimum, and to promote sportsmanship for all members.

Kitsap is a wonderful community. Tracyton Soccer Club is proud to be a part of it. Thank you to all who participated in our club and gave time to our youth for the wonderful game of soccer!!


2014 Annual Report

  • Registered 980 players on 93 Recreational and 7 Select teams.
  • Worked on updating policies.
  • Posted information and updates on Tracyton SC Web site and Facebook pages.
  • Ran a Spring Break Camp with the Kitsap Pumas in April, had 35 participants.
  • Held Fun Fridays with the Kitsap Pumas during November for over 100 players.
  • Continued to Fundraise with the Seattle Sounders FC through ticket sales.
  • Hosted an age group for Soccer to the Maxx in October at Fairgrounds.
  • Purchased and sold TSC scarves.
  • Arranged for new TSC Select uniforms with Under Armour.
  • Bought training t-shirts for Select and two t-shirts for younger rec age groups.
  • Used recreational uniforms for last year and will purchase Nike rec kits for the 2015 season.
  • Other fundraising - TSC ran a number of successful fundraiser events including a McDonald's McTakeover, a TSC Corn Maze Weekend, Westsound Recycling, Minder Meats coupons, and ThirtyOne. Thanks to those who came out and helped with any of the events. Please check the TSC Web site regularly for more information.
  • Worked with T & C Photo for our team/individual pictures. They provided free digimates to all those who turned in a filled-in form.
  • Hired a Club administrator, Susie McGill.
  • In the fall, TSC welcomed a new member to the BOD - Nathan Draxler.
  • The TSC BOD is consistently looking for new ways to help with coach and referee development, to keep costs to a minimum, and to promote sportsmanship for all members.

Thank you to all who helped with the 2014 Recreational Season and the 2014-15 Select Season.


2010 Annual Report

  • Registered 907 players on 78 Recreational and 9 Club Select teams.
  • Worked on updating our club Constitution and Bylaws.
  • Set up a new website using new software purchased in 2010.
  • Ran an eight week small sided Puma Academy for U-5 through U-7 concentrating on technical skills. President Lloyd Hansen started back coaching again this year and mentioned that he and his players learned a lot and had fun. The club received a great deal of positive feedback from coaches and parents alike regarding this new program.
  • Hosted two Recreational Cup Tournament play age groups at Fairview Junior High and Gordon Field.
  • Designed new TSC logos for Recreational and Club Select programs.
  • Purchased a complete set of new uniforms for U11 and above Recreational players to replace our old ones. Along with this, we started a uniform deposit system to assist in getting uniforms returned.
  • Implemented a new style of uniforms for Club Select teams.
  • Ordered t-shirts for all small sided team players for the second year.
  • Started a TSC cleats and equipment exchange.
  • With the beginning of the Gordon Field turf process, the club had to scramble a bit. President Hansen would like to thank all the board members, coaches, and parents who helped out with field lining, goal movement, and field changes.
  • Due to our strong and positive relationship with the Fairgrounds parks Department, we were able to use, for the first time, Fairgrounds Baseball Fields 2, 3, and 4 for our academies (with lights!) We have also received permission from them to install a field equipment storage shed at the baseball fields for our field lining equipment. We are working on purchasing a shed for this purpose.
  • The Boy Scouts worked with TSC and accomplished two Eagle Scout projects. 1. Poured concrete steps the full length of the existing patio in front of our TSC Snack Shack and Storage Shed. 2. Re-roofed and repaired the roof of our TSC Snack Shack and Storage Shed. The work was very professionally done and TSC is extremely grateful.
  • Due to longer practice times for full field teams and the onset of darkness, portable field lights were placed on Gordon Field through a reduced rental cost from United Rentals.
  • On the financial side of things TSC ran a number of successful fundraiser events including a McDonald's McTakeover, TSC Corn Maze Weekends, Applebee's fundraiser, Taco Bell fundraising coupons, and a Minder Meats meat order discount forTSC members.
  • Hudson's Photography continued its sponsorship of TSC this year (saving about $7,000). We were also able to get the old style memory mate added to the list of items that could be purchased. Coaches will be able to add player names to team photos next year.

Tracyton Soccer Club said good bye to some long time board members in 2010. Shelby Johnson, Marlys Tonge, Ken Presley and Jim VanAntwerp. We thank them for their years of service to our club and welcome our new board members. We at TSC are proud of where we are as a club and what we have accomplished with the able assistance of our board, coaches, players, and parents. We look forward to 2011 continuing to offer our players and families a quality soccer experience at an affordable price.

Respectfully submitted,

Vicky Webb

KPYSA Representative


Secretary of State

Tracyton SC is registered as a Charitable Organization with WA State

Charities Program Information from WA Secretary of State Web Site

2016 TSC Charity Profile Report


TSC is registered as a Nonprofit Corporation with WA State

WA State Corporation Information from WA Secretary of State Web Site

2015 TSC Current Registration Info

2016 Report filed 2016-05-06

 
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