« on: January 06, 2011, 09:14:07 PM »
Great point Bogey Man. I didn't think about that. I'll see if I can a couple of those half plastic barrels.
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The reardons carpet center is owned by a cousin. Michelan's Liquor Store is owned by my parents . Which Michelan's donated along with me hahaBack in the day I bought carpet from your cousin when I was building houses.
Some years ago, I think 5, I was made aware about the Ice Bowls to help needy people. I thought how cool is that. What a statement that gives to the local community that disc golf is more than people out there playing with their pants half way down their butts.Thanks for your donation Jeff Reardon. If you would make the check out to Morning Star Mission. Send it to me,
504 E. Washington
Morris IL. 60450
Is this the Reardons that had the carpet store some years ago?
Some years ago, I think 5, I was made aware about the Ice Bowls to help needy people. I thought how cool is that. What a statement that gives to the local community that disc golf is more than people out there playing with their pants half way down their butts.
I was glad that the J-Town board agreed to have this fund raiser. It not only helps others, but says something about our club in a positive way & disc golf.
Morning Star Mission has been in Joliet over a hundred years. Only 12% goes to administrative costs. That leaves 88% for programs. They don't get government aid & rely on donations.
I'm asking for donations, even if it's $10.00. $2.05 cares for one person. They run a tight ship & cherish every $1.00 given. Playing in the tournament will also be helpful, a portion of the registration goes to the Mission.
Another thing I discovered as of 01/14/11 they qualify to support displaced veterans along with skilled training. The first in the United States. Your support helps people that need help. Bums & freeloaders are not admitted. Tours are welcome to see what you're donating to. Like I've said, over 100 years & an icon for the Joliet area.
« on: January 02, 2011, 09:15:53 PM »
It's a sanctioned singles tournament. As far as donations, cash is King. We will have a raffle for gift certificates & non cash donations. A thought that I have is donating $100.00 for the raffle. My thinking is to have a big ticket item for a raffle. From my experience I have endless things from raffles that are useless to me. Cash works for everyone!
The tournament will be like any sanctioned tournament, the difference is part of the entry goes to the Mission.There will be prizes & trophies. Gary Lewis will supply the merchandise. There will be free lunch & coffee.
The divisions we had last year were open, advanced, advanced women, advanced grandmaster, intermediate, recreational & novice.
You can check Ice Bowl 2011 for a list of current sponsors & donations. I hope this helps. Feel free to ask questions. Currently I'm consumed with getting sponsors & donations & forget the other details.
I heard about the rule changes & will get certified before the Ice Bowl? I wanted to wait for the 1st of the year. That may have been needless if Jason already has the update. I want the rule book in hand, so I'm not going through the club.Thank You for that info Jesse! I hope we get new rule books with our memberships this year. Probably unlikely but that would be cool. I'm sure going to need one to remember all of those.I received a combo rule book/competition manual with my renewal.
I don't Jason would want the credit but here's the story.
I'm listing the Ice Bowl sponsors & gifts as I get them. Rather than make a new list every time I get sponsors, I'm modifying the current list.When I go in there it's a cluster f*#k. Notice below. The time it takes to make that readable is huge, if not forever. Jason made a spread sheet & instructed me how to use it. It's an extreme time saver. Thanks Jason!
I was delighted to meet Jacob today, 12/26/10. He was there at 9:00am & I was there at 9:30. Noticing one car in the lot, I started clearing tees on #18 & worked my way back eventually meeting him on #14. We worked our way back to #7, #8, #9, & finally #6. He mentioned the tees that were distressed. We did our best on #8 & #9. We finished at 11:00am. A big thanks to you Jacob, for your good attitude & help! Send me a personal message with how I can get in touch.
Note that Jacob has been playing about 8 months. I realize there is motive, but he elected to help out with the disc golf courses.
We have spirit J-Town, from unknowns!
Thanks Ryan. I don't want you to put anything on the tees, so I'm glad you didn't find anything. I already posted something about bringing yak trax & that my goal had changed to just getting the snow off the tees & not the ice. I posted it last night in courses, a reply to Jacob. I'd prefer you work with me. We have a different standard. I'll talk to you more tomorrow.
How about Sunday morning Jacob? Between 9:00 & 9:30 at Channahon. I need to shovel the tees for our doubles league.I just want to get the snow off. I think I have one other guy. I'm not sure what kind of credit I can give you, but I'll look into it. There is not much going on with the disc golf courses in the winter other than snow removal.I'll check the message board tomorrow night.
Merry Christmas!!! To you Jacob & all.
I was out today working on the tees. In short bring your yak trax. The ten I did last Sat. (the ones I looked at) are OK. The ones Dr. P did are shoveled but have about a 1/2 to 1 inch of ice. It's going to take a few days of work to get the ice off. 90% chance of snow tomorrow, Friday. I think we can get them shoveled for league. Dave K., Chris B., & Dan O. were out there playing today.
I hope that's not disappointing.
Ryan Barcas (Dr. Pepper) for shoveling the tees from the latest snow Monday night. I also want to pre thankyou for your offer for Friday. If something happens , like more snow, before Sunday, I'll be there early Sunday to get them cleaned up.
Thanks Dr. Pepper.