Readers Say Thanks
This December, the Glenwood Springs Soccer board met to celebrate the club’s 33 years of soccer in the community. Distinguished guests included three veteran referees: Mike King, Tom Henderson and Scott Zerfoss, who have been keeping kids safe on the fields for a decade or more. We hope to see them all back on the pitch for many more seasons.Current board members include president Lindsay Brown, Bruce Barth, Russell Brown, Jessica Baltzer, Troy Harbour, Craig Helm, Brad Jordan, Glenn Hartmann, Ty McSwain, Wayne Smith, Julie Stepniewski, Laurie Taylor and Andy Worline. The board meets monthly to plan and direct activities for two league seasons, summer camps and clinics serving a membership of approximately 300 soccer families. Volunteer efforts from board members and soccer families make the club a healthy and thriving enterprise. We welcome new members: players, coaches, referees, sponsors and fans. Contact us and get involved in youth soccer.We would also like to thank these local businesses who have supported our efforts this year: Dalby Wendland & Co., Trailhead Technologies, SGM Engineering, Tonya Nieslanik of Vicki Lee Green Realtors, Berthod Motors, Alpine Bank, Valley View Hospital, the Post Independent, the city of Glenwood Springs and Colorado Mountain College. Our community is amazing. We are grateful for the continued support. We are currently planning for 2013 and accepting registrations for the upcoming spring league. We will host our 15th annual tournament over Memorial Day weekend in May. Please contact the club or visit our website for more information and registration deadlines. http://www.glenwoodsoccer.org, 945-6091 or email@example.com.Nancy Colia, administratorGlenwood Springs Soccer ClubGlenwood Springs
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