Introduction of 2019 Officers
Rebecca McGonigle [email protected] has been elected President of the team. "My family has been part of the team for 7 years. I have two girls, Charlotte (11) and Corianne (9), who have loved every minute as part of this team. I have served as Secretary of this team previously and as President of another volunteer organization in the community. I have a passion for our community and swim team. My favorite part of swim team is the sense of community between the parents and swimmers alike."
Brandon Whitacre [email protected] has been elected Treasurer. “This summer will mark our 9th summer swimming for Sully Station. We have three boys Tyler (13), Tucker (11) and Hunter (5) who all are active on the team. We joined the summer swim team as a way to interact with our neighbors and for the boys to stay active during the summer - little did we know that would turn into a love of the sport for the entire family. My favorite part of summer swim is watching the mini stars in their annual lollipop race.”
Jenny Parlato [email protected] has been elected Secretary. “My husband Robert and I and our two kids John (16) and Rachel (12) have been members of Country Club Manor for almost 20 years and members of Sully Station for the past 10 years. This upcoming season will be Rachel’s 5th season on the swim team. You can usually find me timing the B meets and occasionally the A meets. Robert is typically in the stands cheering the team and Rachel on. My favorite thing about the team is the camaraderie amongst the kids regardless of age! “
Laura Mozeleski [email protected] has been elected A Meet Rep “My family has been involved with the swim team for 12 years. My two daughters, Elise and Leah, look forward to it all year! In the "off season" I am a developmental swim coach and high school swim and dive parent coordinator. I have volunteered as Sully A team rep or assistant team rep for 7 years now and I am always striving to help kids and families love this team as much as we have.”
Lisa Campet [email protected] has been elected B Meet Rep. “Hello! My name is Lisa Campet and I am the current B Meet Rep for Sully Station. My family and I have been members of the Sully Swim team since 2012. I have three children. Ben is 12, Luke is 10 and Annabelle is 8. I look forward to meeting our new families and reconnecting with our veteran ones!”
Now that you have a sense of who we are, where are we going?
- Our swim team is a blast during the season and we will be extending that fun to include spirit nights at local restaurants in the coming months during the off-season, brought to us by the new social committee.
- We will be seeking corporate sponsors to invest in the team and help us make some of the capital purchases that need to be made including but not limited to practice flags, announcer equipment, and lane line reel replacements.
- We will also be partnering with the Sully Station HOA to host some fun community events.
We are looking forward to the season ahead and working hard behind the scenes to get it started. You can find the agendas and minutes to our meetings on the team website at https://www.gosully.com/
2019 TEAM OFFICIALS AND VOLUNTEERS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS [email protected]
President: Rebecca McGonigle [email protected]
Treasurer: Brandon Whitacre [email protected]
Secretary: Jennifer Parlato [email protected]
A Meet (NVSL) Team Representative: Laura Mozeleski [email protected]
B Meet (WFDL) Team Representative: Lisa Campet [email protected]
Volunteer Coordinator: Karen Chapman [email protected]
Registrar: Beth Sibert
Officials: Kevin Molloy
Team Apparel / Suits: Suzanne Leonard
Snack Bar Coordinator: Meredith Jones, Mary McCarthy
Concessions: Bonnie Donnelly
Grill Team: Jeremy McGonigle
Activities: Stephanie Pilling
Banquet Coordinator: Lorency Maran, Nicole Hughes
Team Publicity: OPEN
A Meet Admin / Table Chief: Theresa Huffman
A Meet Chief Timer: Brandon Whitacre
A Meet Data Coordinator: Robin O'Neail
A Meet Clerk of Course: Tom Huffman
A Meet Marshal: Patrick Brooks
A Meet Announcer: Sally Myers
B Meet Admin / Table Chief: OPEN
B Meet Chief Timer: David Harris
B Meet Data Coordinator: Rebecca McGonigle and Jim Miller
B Meet Clerk of Course: Allison McArthur
B Meet Marshal: OPEN
B Meet Announcer: Pharoan Johnson
B Meet Ribbons: Susan Dickinson
The Board of Directors appoints and gives guidance to the officers of the Swim Team.
The President is responsible for overall management, fund raising, and relations with the Community Board.
The Secretary takes notes at all team meetings and maintains the records for the Swim Team.
The Treasurer handles all financial issues.
The NVSL Team Representative is responsible for the day-to-day supervision of the swim team program, including supervising coaches, swim meet preparation and meet management, and is the official spokesperson for our team in matters regarding NVSL meet arrangements, conduct, and league requirements. A Team Representative is present during all competitive events.
The WFDL Team Representative handles all meet preparations and league issues for our developmental meets on Monday nights.
The Volunteer Coordinator handles recruiting and coordinating all volunteers.
The Team Representative Assistant(s) assist the Team Representatives.
The Data Coordinator is responsible for entering and updating swimmers' time data, generating reports, and preparing meet materials.
The Officials Coordinator arranges for officials (referee, starter, stroke and turn) during home and away meets.
The Head Timers are responsible for getting timers for the NVSL and Developmental Swim Meets and function as Chief Timers during the meet.
The Table Chief is responsible for getting scorers, time recorders, and ribbon writers for the meets and function as Time Recorder during the meet.
The Concession and Grill Coordinators oversee our concession operations at all home meets and special events.
The Activities Coordinator arranges pep rallies, special non-swimming activities, trips.
The Team Publicity maintains a chronology of team members, records, and team achievements and provides stories to local media.