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Volunteers Needed for Blast and Association Meet
Feb 21, 2011, 6:55 pm
Hello Reign,
 
   We are hosting two masters meets in the near future and we need lots of volunteers.  The first meet is the Pre-Association Blast Yards Meeton Sunday, March 13th.  This meet should run about 4hrs; short, sweet and the first SCY masters meet to be held inside the dome!!  The big meet we are hosting this year is the OMS Association Championships April 1st-3rd.  This will be the first time that Reign has hosted the Association Championships and it should be a great event.  Full meet info for both meets is listed below.  Dennis and I are looking for volunteers to fill the following positions and asking for donations to our hospitality room. I know most of you will be swimming in both meets; please volunteer whatever time you can.  Talk up the meets to family and friends; you can‘t get any closer to the action then a timers chair!   If this is your first meet, or your first meet in a while, no better way to learn the masters meet ropes then to volunteer.  Take a look below, and if something strikes your fancy, email me back what you would like to do and when you are available and I will add you to my volunteer list!  Please be clear as to which meet and days you are volunteering for.  Thanks to you all in advance.  Swim fast!
 
Coach Aubree
Co-Meet Director 
  
Full Meet info:
 
Pre-Association Blast Yards Meet, Sunday, March 13th 2011
Warm-ups: 8:00AM, Meet starts: 9:00AM
 
Oregon Masters Swimming Short Course Yard Association Championships, April 1st-3rd
Friday, April 1st: Warm-ups: 3:00PM, Meet starts: 4:00PM
Saturday, April 2nd: Warm-ups: 8:00AM, Meet starts 9:00AM
Sunday, April 3rd: Warm-ups: 8:00AM, Meet starts 9:00AM

Volunteers Needed:
 
Clerk of Course/Check-in/Info/Awards Table (2 per day in addition to Aubree for Blast Meet and Tam Jenkins for Associations)
  Help with swimmer check-in, handing out heat sheets, answering general info questions, handing out awards, communicating with meet directors and officials.
Head Timer (1-2 per day)
  Head timer is in charge of starting extra watches at the start of each race so that if a timer misses the start of the race they have a back-up watch.
Runners (2-3 per day)
  Runners help take timers results to the crows nest for entry into the Dak-Tronics system. 
Timers (16-18 per day)
  Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before the meet begins on the day(s) you are to time for a timers meeting (time TBA). **Timers must be at least 12 years of age**
Marshals (2-3per day)
  Marshals watch the warm-up/warm-down area to be sure people are not diving when they are not supposed to, help clear lanes for starts and after warm-ups and breaks so competition can begin.  Plan to arrive arrive at least 10 minutes before warm-up begins on the day(s) you are to marshal.
Clean Up (Sunday for both meets) Misc.
  Not sure what you can do to help…let me know what day(s) you are available and I will find something for you to help out with.  The more the merrier!!
Hospitality Donations:
 Our hospitality room is one of the best!!  I will be providing drinks (water, soda, coffee, etc) and some other large items.  Bring whatever you like.   Remember, this is mostly for the officials and our own volunteers; snacks, finger foods, tasty summer treats, etc.  If making a hospitality donation, let me know what you are planning to bring and to which meet so that I can plan ahead for extra goodies if needed.
 

Pre-Association Blast Meet Registration and Deadline
Feb 10, 2011, 6:43 am

Here is a link for on-line swimmer registration and meet information including order of events for the March 13th Pre-Association Blast Yard Meet at Mt Hood Aquatics Center. The deadline to signup is February 25th.

Click here > On-line Signup - Blast Meet 3/13/11

If you are not swimming please volunteer to help by contacting Aubree or Dennis (there is no practice since the meet starts at 8:00am and runs approximately 4 hours):

Aubree.gustafson@gmail.com   or   bakeswim@yahoo.com


Schedule Change and Swim Meets Alert!!!!!
Feb 7, 2011, 10:00 pm
Hi All, what a great job everyone did on their 1 hour Postal swims!!! Ok its MEET SEASON here at our awesome complex so that means lots of stuff. First is the schedule change you will see above. Second is that we are hosting a meet March 13th Sunday and the big masters Association State Champs on April 1-3. We need a lot of help on both meets to pull off successful events. There is a sample sign up sheet below that you should look at and Aubree and I will have sign up sheets at the pool as well. If your not swimming in the meet you should be working the meet. If your swimming the meet and can work a little do that too. Call friends and family to come help us this is a MUST!!
 
We are defending State Champions so the Association Meet on April 1-3 is the one meet I like everyone possible to attend!!!!
 
Also we are hosting kids meets this month and next and they need volunteers as well please contact Julie Greenaway at 503-804-8743 or agreena833@aol.com if you can help out at any of these meets. This is important time for our facility to make money so we can continue provide this awesome facility.
 
Lastly lets get your dues in ASAP and get registered for USMS if you have not done so:)
Above is the schedule for next 30 days, see ya at the pool:)  Coach Bake


Pre-Association Blast SCY Meet

Volunteer Sign-up Sheet

 Please talk to Dennis or Aubree

Or contact us at the following email addresses
bakeswim@yahoo.com
aubree.gustafson@gmail.com

 
***Please plan to be at the pool for approximately 4 hours Sunday***
Meet info: Sunday, March 13th - Warm Ups: 8AM, Meet Starts: 9AM

TIMERS:
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**Ask family and friends who may be attending the meet. Timers must be at least 12 years of age**
Marshals: Marshals must be present during warm-up and the duration of competition to monitor the warm-up/warm-down lane(s). You will need to be available from warm up till the end of the meet (approx. 4 hours). You will be able to trade out with timers or other marshal volunteers. Please plan to arrive at 7:50AM (10 minutes before warm-ups start).

 

 

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One Hour Postal Jan 22nd and 23rd
Jan 13, 2011, 6:29 am
Hi All, we will be having One Hour Postal set up for Saturday January 22nd from 10am to 12noon and Sunday January 23rd from 8:30am to 10:30am. Open to non Reign members for a reduced drop in fee of $5 for the special weekend. You need a timer and I will have a few watches on hand for timing. I will have paperwork for all who need it and clip boards. Normal practice times for those not doing 1 hour postal but I strongly encourage Reign members to try this out you will love it!!! The pool will set up short course so lots of lanes:)
 
Many thanks to Linda Bley for hosting holiday party it was a blast!!
 
Remember to get re registered for USMS ASAP if you haven't done so!!!
 
                                              Coach Bake:)




RSVP for Party Today, Practice Updates, Postal Swim & USMS Registration
Jan 3, 2011, 3:51 pm
Happy New Year to All,
 
Last Chance to RSVP me for the Holiday Party happening this weekend!! Do this now as I will be giving Linda Bley the head count tomorrow; details of the party to the right.

Also, just like last year Carole Miles will have boxes and envelopes for food and cash donations for the Oregon Food Bank so please bring donations to party for this very worthy cause!! Thanks Carole:)
 
There are meets the next two weekends in the Dome so check Practice Updates above for changes.
 
I will be scheduling the ONE HOUR Postal swim probably on the last weekend in January so stay tuned later this week for that update. If you want to do it at night or at noon let me know as there is plenty of room. You just need a counter and stop watch:)
 
Get your Registrations in for USMS as the New Year is upon us!!
 
Lets get crackin!!!  Coach Bake:)

RED ALERT PRACTICE CHANGE for TUESDAY NIGHT at DD
Nov 23, 2010, 1:17 pm
Hi All, Mt. Hood Aquatic center is open. Wed practices are normal times.  
                                                   Coach Bake

Practice Change for Saturday 11/13/10 and Holiday (11/25 and 11/26)
Nov 17, 2010, 2:14 pm
Hi Gang, they have combined the age group meet into a Fri/Sat meet and will not be swimming on Sunday so we can have practice at Mt. Hood in the Dome on Sunday Nov.21st at 9:00am as normal.

Please email me your input on Xmas Party Dates, Weekends could be Dec 11th 12th, or 18th,19th or we could wait till after holiday like we have in the past due to bad weather and seemed to have a bigger turnout. Possible locations are Gresham Golf Course, Mine and Roxy's house or if anyone else has a suggestion they are welcome.:)

Coach Bake

Please Help Prevent the Possible Closure of Corvallis' Osborn Aquatic Center
Nov 14, 2010, 10:07 am
OMS Board,
 
The City of Corvallis is considering closing Osborn Aquatic Center.  Please read the following.
 
We have an urgent matter that must be addressed immediately! Due to a shortfall of 5.2 million dollars in the City budget, the City Council is seriously considering closing the Osborn Aquatic Center.  The budget shortfall is based on property tax dollars.  The City has five departments that are subsidized through these funds; Parks and Recreation, Library, Community Development, Fire, and Police.  Some decision makers have expressed that since Police and Fire provide Healthy and Safety services, they can not afford to take on any of the burden of the budget reductions.  This means that Parks and Recreation (Osborn), and the Library will be responsible for the lion’s share of the reductions.
 
I think it is important to make it clear to the city Council that Osborn provides essential health and safety services as much as any other department.  Osborn serves the entire community including babies, elderly, injured, disabled, athletes, etc.  We live in a city bordered by rivers, if people do not have access to swim lessons, the incidence of drowning will increase.  If injured and disabled people can’t exercise in water, their health and mobility will decline. If elderly people do not have a place to go, they could become “shut-ins”
 
The budget shortfall is significant, and the Council has many alternatives to consider.  Simply closing Osborn will not solve the problem.  We would still have to spend money to keep the building and pools in good condition.  To solve the problem, we hope the Council will consider two options; 1) spread the burden of reductions evenly amongst all City departments; 2) reach out to the community by asking them to support a levy that would fund the operating budget for Osborn as well as other services.
 
We need your help!  Please write a letter to the Mayor and City Council.  In your letter tell the Mayor and City Council your experiences with Osborn Aquatic Center. (i.e. OMS Association Championships 2006 & 2010).
  
Letters should be addressed to Mayor Tomlinson and City Council. Please state that you want your letter included in the November 22, 2010 City Council packet.
 
Your letters should be sent to kathy.louie@ci.corvallis.or.us Letters are due by Wednesday, November 17, 2010.

 

Thanks for your help, Tim Waud

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