Town Of Wallkill SC, INC BY-Laws
The Town of Wallkill SC, Inc, Shall be referred to in brief as “TOWSC”. Herein is called the organization, which is a not-for-profit organization.
ARTICLE I: MISSION
The club is organized and operated exclusively for the purpose of teaching the techniques and rules of soccer to children of our community ages 5-17 and neighboring areas. To develop the soccer skills of the children, to expand their parents knowledge of the sport, to instill the essential elements of sportsmanship and fair play among the children, coaches and parents, and to provide physical conditioning for the children. This club will not discriminate against any person on basis of sex, color, or religion. Further, no funds will be used nor will be operated contrary to any federal, state, or local not for profit law.
ARTICLE II: DEFINITIONS
The following terms used in the Bylaws are defined as follows:
Board Means the board of directors of the organization
ByLaws Means the Bylaws of the organization
Member Means any parent or guardian of currently active registered players and any adult currently active in the club. Membership is automatic with the acceptance of prepayment for subsequent fiscal years will result in membership being deferred until the beginning of the fiscal year being paid for.
Organization Means the Town of Wallkill SC, INC. or TOWSC
Town Board Means the Town of Wallkill Board
ARTICLE III: CLUB PROGRAMS
The Organization consists of the three soccer programs as defined below:
The mission of the Town of Wallkill Soccer Club’s Instructional/House League is to provide the children ages 5-14 of the Town of Wallkill and the surrounding communities with a place to learn and play the game of soccer. Players are separated into various divisions according to age. They are provided with age appropriate training in the basic skills of soccer. These skills are reinforced through playing of “small sided” soccer matches. The emphasis is always on FUN! Additionally, the instructional/House league serve as the primary environment where potential participants in the more competitive travel program can be identified and developed
A program designed for children with special needs to learn and play the game of soccer. A fun place fo all kids with developmental or other disabilities between the ages of 5 and 17 years old are welcomed to participate. You do not have to live in the Town of Wallkill to participate. The goal of this program is to afford all children the opportunity to learn the game of soccer, interact with other children and have FUN while playing soccer.
The Town of Wallkill Soccer Club’s travel program provides an opportunity for more experienced and skilled players ages 5-17 to participate in a higher level of competition than the House/Instructional league. Players who are willing to commit to a schedule of weekday practices and advanced soccer training are placed on age appropriate teams that represent our clubs in matches played against other teams from other clubs.
TOWSC Premier Program:
A high level, competitive game of soccer, extensive travel involved. Acceptance into the TOWSC premier program determined by the following:
Under 13 and above age groups (boys and girls)
TOWSC premier criteria (appendix A)
ENYYSA Premier acceptance criteria
TOWSC board approval
After first year of TOWSC premier program acceptance, must play in a premier sanction league as indicated below:
Region one premier
USL Y league
US club soccer Association league
If no age group is available in either of the leagues mentioned above, then must play in a USYSA sanctioned division one league and meet league performance criteria mentioned in Appendix A.
The TOWSC board will review, evaluate and approve or disapprove all premier applications annually during the April timeframe.
All premier teams will operate the college showcase tournaments.
If no premier team exists then the club will operate and/or appoint team(s) to operate the college Showcase(s).
ARTICLE IV: THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Section 1: The Board of Directors shall consist of the directors and officers of the organization.
Section 2: Except as otherwise required by law or provided by these bylaws, the entire control of the organization and its affairs and property shall be vested in the board of directors. However, the board cannot borrow money in the name of the organization nor can it act in a manner contrary to the policies of the Town of Wallkill or public not for profit laws.
Section 3: Meetings of the board shall be held monthly during the soccer season and at such times as the board may determine. At board meetings ⅔ of the board shall constitute a quorum.
Section 4: The exclusive authorities to create, continue, or terminate committees of the organization (other than the Nominating committee and government appropriation committees) shall be vested in the Board of directors.
Section 5: The Board may adopt reasonable rules or order for the conduct of the meetings of the organization, and with reference thereto on procedural questions upon which no rules have been adopted, the ruling of the president will be final.
Section 6: The board shall, prior to the start of the fall season, adopt an operating budget for the approval by the members of the board. Upon the adoption and approval of the budget, the board shall be bound by the same and shall not vary by more than ten percent (10%) of the total amount of thereof without having called a special meeting of the organization to approve varatons.
Section 7: The president of the organization shall have sole responsibility to veto and board decisions that do not comply with the club’s mission, vision and by-laws.
Section 8: The board may adopt rules of management and competition.
ARTICLE V: ELECTION OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS
Section 1: There will be a minimum of five directors as the board of directors shall determine from time to time. The directors and officers shall be elected at the annual meeting.
Section 2: Each member of the organization of legal voting age shall be entitled to one vote each of the directors and officers. The candidates receiving the largest number of votes cast shall be declared elected. For elections, a quorum shall be ten (10) percent of the total number of members.
Section 3: The directors and officers shall serve for a term of two years and hey may be re-elected to office with the exception of the president who will serve a term of two years. A person may only serve two consecutive terms as president.
Section 4: The following directors 2 year term commences with elections as follows:
2ND Vice - President, Treasurer, Registrar - Even year elections
1ST Vice - President, 3RD Vice - President, Secretary - Odd year elections
Section 5: Directors, officers and president will be allowed to stay in office beyond their term, if no one runs for that seat, only for a max of one year term. New elections will determine the status of an open seat.
ARTICLE VI: THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Section 1: The board of directors shall select a nominating committee prior to the annual meeting, consisting of the president of the organization and at least three (3) members elected by the bard, to nominate candidates for the next board of directors or the president shall solely preside over the nomination process.
Section 2: The nominating committee shall use its best efforts to attempt to have individuals from each of the travel teams, intramural teams and premier teams represented among the candidates they recommend.
Section 3: Further nominations may be made by at least two (2) members of the organization. All nominations must be made in writing and received by the secretary of the organization five (5) days prior to the annual meeting.
Section 4: In the published meeting notice, all known nominations shall be noted, along with the requirements for additional nominations.
ARTICLE VII: OFFICERS, AGANETS, AND PROFESSIONAL OR TECHNICAL COUNSEL
Section 1: The officers of the organization shall be a president, first vice president, second vice president, third vice president, treasurer, secretary and registrar who will be elected based on criteria from article v - sections 3 and 4 annually at the general membership.
Section 2: The president shall be the general managerial officer of the organization and shall preside at the meetings of the organization and the board of directors, and shall be a member ex-officer with the right to vote of all committees and shall be president of the not-for-profit corporation, except as may be otherwise set forth in these by-laws.
In the absence, death, inability or resignation of the president, the first vice president shall succeed to the presidency for the duration of the term.
Section 3: The first vice president shall at the designation of the president preside over committees and shall perform all assigned duties of the president.
The first vice president shall be responsible for the development and maintenance of the intramural instructional program.
In the absence of the president, the first vice president shall resume all duties of the president.
Section 4: The second vice president shall at the designation of the president preside over committees and shall perform all assigned duties of the president.
The second vice president shall be responsible for the development and administration of the travel team program and will handle all player distribution of uniforms.
In the absence of the president and the first vice president, the second vice president shall assume all duties of the president.
Section 5: The third vice president shall at the designation of the president preside over committees and shall perform all assigned duties of the president.
The third vice president shall be responsible for the development and administration of the premier program. In the absence of the president, the first vice president and the second vice president, the third vice president shall assume all duties of the president.
Section 6: The treasurer shall have custody of the funds of the organization, collect monies due, pay the obligations of the organization out of its funds with approval of the board at the next scheduled meeting and perform such other duties as are incident to the office of the treasurer. The treasurer shall deposit the funds of the organization in such banks as the board of directors shall approve. All expenditures of the funds of the organization must be authorized or ratified by the board and the accounts of the treasurer shall be audited by a committee of the organization as the board may prescribe.
The treasurer shall prepare such financial statements to be reported at meetings of the organization, board of directors, or at such other times as prescribed by the board. The treasurer shall be responsible for the preparation of all financial filings as required by federal, state and local governments. These filings may be made with the cooperation of the professional appointed by the board of directors.
As the financial officer of the organization, the treasurer shall arrange for the annual audit of all physical assets of the organization.
An emergency expenditure of up to $100.00 may be made by the treasurer with the approval of the president, but must account for at the next board meeting.
In the absence of the president, first vice president, second vice president and third vice president, the treasurer shall assume all duties of the president.
The treasurer will keep track of all monies collected by coaches and/or raised by individual teams; There will be no acceptance of cash to the club. All monies given or collected will be by check only this will include monies from tournament registration.
Under no Condition will a team be allowed to have their own accounts outside of the club.
Any fund-raiser that would involve monies will first have to be approved by the board, at which approval it will be monitored by the treasurer.
Section 7: The secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings of all meetings of the organization and the board of directors and of all matters, which are appropriately filed with the secretary. The secretary shall issue notices of all meetings of the organization and shall perform such duties as may from time to time be assigned by the board.
Section 8: The registrar shall keep a record of the membership of the organization. The registrar shall maintain required membership filings with the league organization and shall perform such duties as may from time to time be assigned by resolution of the board.
Also, the registrar will do all player transfers.
Section 9: The board of directors may appoint such officers, agents and professional of technical counsel as, from time to time, it may determine to be required.
Section 10: The board may require that the treasurer be bonded. The bond; if required, will be paid for by the organization.
Section 11: The board may require that the registrar be registered notary public. If required, the fee will be paid for by the organization.
Section 12: In the event that an officer or director misses three consecutive meetings, the board of directors may at their next meeting declare that that officer or director shall be deemed to have resigned and that seat or office shall be declared vacant.
Section 13: with the exception of the office of the president, the board of directors at any regular or special meeting may fill any vacancy on the board of directors or in any office. The presidential term may be completed by the first vice president, or filled by a special meeting of the membership.
Section 14: Director of coaching and player development - shall be responsible for all coordination of training for club teams. The training coordinator shall manage; schedule, suggest or recommend all trainers for all club teams. The training coordinator shall make sure all coaches are trained and certified as determined by ENYYSA, HVYSL and TOWSC criteria.
ARTICLE VIII: COMPENSATION AND REIMBURSEMENT
Section 1: There are no compensated employees at this time. At the boards discretion, by a majority vote, a salary or compensation will be allowed if the TOWSC would benefit financially by it.
Section 2: Independent contractors may be compensated in accordance with established compensation schedules for referees, coaches, trainers and will receive form 1099 as required by law.
Section 3: Club members and officials may be reimbursed for costs incurred in providing services to the organization. All reimbursements shall be approved by the board in advance.
Section 4: The club shall receive compensation from all events hosted by said club in the following amounts:
All club members and non-members shall compensate club $45 per soccer field usage that is used per day and if concession stand is used a $100 deposit will be required by that group.
Soccer tournaments (including college showcase) andcamps will compensate club 10% of all net profit not to exceed $1000 per event.
Section 5: All independent contractors - I.E. trainers and/or coaches will be paid accordingly based on the payment scale referenced in Appendix D. Any exceptions to Appendix D must be approved by the board. Form 1099 will be issued as required by the internal revenue code.
Section 6: All TOWSC team uniforms and equipment expenditures exceeding $100 in total must be approved by the parents of the team. A parental signature on the addinal equipment order form included in Appendix E must be turned into the club treasurer along with vendor invoice.
Section 7: On an annual basis, the club may offer a scholarship to a graduating high school senior boy and/or girl member who is and has been registered with the club for at least two years and meets criteria as stated in Appendix C. Amount of scholarship shall be determined by December 1ST of sai year which is solely based on net profit gained from section 4 of Article VIII.
College Showcase (adopted July 2007)
At its discretion club may enter age appropriate club team (u17-u19) that is in good standing and has been a registered team (members) for the past two seasons into college showcase. If that selected team agrees to participate then that team will be charged 50% of the showcase team registration.
If NO premier team exist
The club will run the showcase by appointing teams deemed by the board to be capable and appropriate to run. The club, at its discretion, may hire a director of events to manage the college showcase. Compensation to the director of evenst will be either in a binding contract, or negotiated prior to the start of the college showcase season (July 1ST for planning purposes). All remaining funds will be deposited to the club general account.
If only ONE premier team exists
If only one premier team exist - That team may only organize, direct and benefit from the specific part of the series of college showcase/premier tournaments held by the club in November of the current soccer year as decided by the board of directors. The board of directors will base their decision on the past practices regarding what teams have organized, directed and benefited which events in the past, with specific consideration given to financial benefits to the team and the gender of the team. Once the board has acted, the team will act to name a director for the event it has been assigned. The board of directors will then designate a person of their choice to manage and organize all other remaining aspects of series of college showcases/premier tournaments held by the club in November of the soccer year, if the board has already mandated this responsibility to another position the club as a contingency to this event occurring. The director of the events will work together to purchase needed items that come at lower costs when purchased in bulk or rented for more than one event. The directors must attend all monthly board meetings to report on the progress and receive support and approval of the vent and issues dealt with or that may arise. These meetings will be held monthly beginning July and continue through the 1ST board meeting following the conclusion of the showcase and/or finalization of the showcase finances. As well, the directors should be in regular contact with each other for the mutual benefit of all involved. Regarding all financial obligations and benefits, the individual team will bear full responsibility for all costs and be the sole beneficiary of any profit made from the event they were given to run by the board of directors up to the amount decided by the board, if the board has decided to set a specific amount, no team will have any funds disbursed to their account until all of the required paperwork and financial records for the events have been provided to the club treasurer and the club treasurer signs off on the records.
In the event there are an odd number of premier teams (more than one)
In the event of there are odd number of premier teams (more than one), then the board of directors will decided, based on past practices, with special consideration paid to financial benefits , financial needs of, and gender of the premier team in the club, which teams will organize, direct, and benefit from each specific part of the series of fall college showcase/premier tournaments held by the club in November of the current soccer year. Once the board has acted, each team will act to name a director for the event the team has been assigned. The directors must attend all monthly Board meetings to report on the progress and receive support and approval of the event and issues dealt with or that may arise, and to ask questions of each other. The director of each event will work together to purchase needed items that come at lower costs when purchased in bulk or rented for more than one event. Regarding all other financial obligations and benefits; individual teams will bear full responsibility for all costs and be the sole beneficiary of any profit made from the event they are given to run by the board of directors up to the amount decided on by the board; if the board has decided to set a specific amount. No team will have any funds disbursed to their account until all of the required paperwork and financial records for the events have been provided to the club treasurer and the club treasurer signs off on the records.
Distribution of Funds:
All expenses will come from the showcase revenue. As mentioned in section 4 above, the club will receive 10% of net proceeds, not to exceed $1000 from each showcase and premier tournament. Premier level teams will not receive more than $945 per registered player, not to exceed an 18 player roster. The exact amount disbursed per team will be determined by the total number of paid registered players on the premier team as of October 1ST of the current soccer year. The net revenue remaining after distribution of funds to the eligible teams, if any, will be deposited to the clubs general fund.
18 Players x $945 = $17,010
ARTICLE IX: MEETING OF MEMBERS
Section 1: Any meeting of the organization shall be held within the Town of Wallkill at such a place therein as may be stated in the notice of such meeting.
Section 2: There shall be at least one annual meeting.
Section 3: Special meetings of the organization may be called by the board at any time or upon written petition by a total of members not less than five (5) percent of the total number of members in the organization with said petition stating the purpose of the special meeting.
Section 4: Published notice, In at least one general circulation publication, or written (email) notification to each member, stating the location, date, and time of meetings, the purpose or purposes for which the meeting is called, shall be made two (2) weeks prior to the date of the meeting.
Section 5: Except as provided in another article, a quorum shall not be less than five (5) percent of the total number of members in the organization and the vote of the majority of the present shall be necessary for the adoption of any matter voted upon unless a greater proportion is required by law.
ARTICLE X: PUBLICATIONS
The board of directors shall provide for the publication and distribution of such publications, as in their opinion, will further the purpose of the organization. The editor of any such publication shall be appointed by the President, subject to the approval of the board. The officers of the organization shall be ex-officio members of any editorial committee.
ARTICLE XI: AMENDMENTS
The bylaws may be amended by a two-thirds (⅔) majority vote of the board.
ARTICLE XII: DISSOLUTION
No member of the organization shall be entitled to any distributive share of the organization's assets and in the event of dissolution, its assets remaining after payment of its just debts shall be given and distributed only to one or more charitable organization that qualifies as a 501c(3) by a majority vote of the membership present at the dissolution meeting.
ARTICLE XIII: GENDER
Whenever the masculine gender has been used herein it is intended to include the feminine gender.
ARTICLE XIV: BANK ACCOUNTS
Bank accounts shall be opened as approved by the Board of Directors. Two signatures shall be required to withdraw funds from any account in amounts over $1000.00; one signature for amounts less than $999.99 held by the organization. Approved signatories shall be president, First Vice President, Third Vice President, registrar and Treasurer.
ARTICLE XV: FISCAL YEAR
The operational year for the organization shall be a fiscal year beginning July 1ST and concluding June 30TH of the subsequent year.
ARTICLE XVI: SPONSORSHIPS
Section 1: The organization may from time to time request financial support from outside organizations in the form of club or team sponsorship for the sole purpose of achieving the organization's purpose.
Section 2: All sponsorships in the form of financial support must be received by the treasurer and deposited in the organizations bank account; All distributions of sponsorship monies must be approved by the board.
Section 3: All sponsorships in the form of physical assets must be transferred to the board of directors and recorded in the organization's financial records. All dispositions of these accounts must be approved by the board.
Section 4: Organization members may provide financial support to the organization requesting that the board utilized these funds from achieving a specific goal. The board shall refuse the support if the specified purpose is not consistent with the organizations purpose. After achieving the specific goal; any remaining monies will remain within the organization.
Section 5: At the conclusion of each financial year; all local business monies and physical assets are returned to the board for disposition in the subsequent year.
ARTICLE XVII: GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATIONS
Section 1: The organization may from time to time apply for financial support in the form of federal, state or local appropriations for specific purposes approved by the board of directors.
Section 2: upon approval of the government appropriation, the board of directors shall nominate a special committee to negotiate receipt of the funds and manage the plan to meet the specific purpose for requesting the appropriation.
Section 3: The members of this committee are elected by the membership for a one year term at the annual board meeting, rules for nomination and election will be the same as that for the board of directors.
Section 4: The committee shall consist of at least five (5) members including the committee chairperson, committee Treasurer, Committee Secretary, and two (2) additional committee members. The committee chairperson, treasurer and secretary must be members in good standing with the organization.
The organization President is automatically a member of the committee.
Section 5: All appropriated funds shall be deposited by the committee treasurer into a bank account approved by the board of directors. This account shall be separate from any other organization accounts. Two signatures shall be required to withdraw money from the account. Approved signatories shall be the committee chairperson, committee treasurer, and committee secretary.
Section 6: the committee Treasurer may not also serve as the organization Treasurer at the same time.
Section 7: The committee shall operate independently of the board of directors though may be audited by the board of directors from time to time to the board's discretion. Minimally the organization president and treasurer should review the committees finances annually.
Section 8: The committee chairperson shall provide the organization president with a monthly report of committee progress, committee meeting minutes, and committee treasurer reports. The committee chairperson shall attend board of director meetings at least quarterly.
Section 9: Membership vacancies which cause the committee membership to be less than five (5), may be filled by a two thirds (⅔) vote of the board of directors.
Section 10: At the achievement of the committee goals, the board of directors may elect to establish new goals to be achieved with any fund balance that may exist, or elect to dissolve the committee. Upon committee dissolution, any remaining fund balance shall be returned to the organization in accordance with the original appropriate contract.
Should the Organization be dissolved, the disposition of committee assets shall be in accordance with the original government appropriation contract, and then in accordance with organization’s requirements for dissolution.
Section 11: With the exception of setting the committee goals and advising on strategy, the board will have no direct control over the committee. The board may challenge the committee on any issue by calling a special meeting of the general membership.
Section 12: The chairperson shall conduct a committee meeting at least once a month. A quorum shall consist of at least four (4) committee members.
ARTICLE XVIII: AGE GROUPS (TRAVEL AND PREMIER PROGRAMS)
TOWSC will operate under age pure teams (U8-U13), exception will be allowed for those players that are high school eligible (defined by JV and varsity school ball participant), and in Thunder premier program, for lack of numbers, girls' teams will fall within the exception.
All teams must be registered by August 1ST of said year (fall season). The board must approve exceptions. The following is the minimum number of players per age group that will constitute a TOWSC registered team:
U8 - 7 Registered players
U9-U11 - 10 registered players
U12 - above - 13 registered players
Once Registered, all player fees are non-refundable. Players are considered in good standing if all fees (including fundraising) have been collected.
ARTICLE XVIV: CLUB UNIFORMS:
All teams involved with the TOWSC will wear club uniforms. Premier teams playing tournaments, upon approval of the board will be allowed and alternate uniform but it must be within the board approval and club colors (Red and/or Black and/or White). Alternate will be paid by said, not by the club.
The past president will be a voting board member for two (2) years after their term.
The following are the minimum requirements for a team to be considered to the town of wallkill SC, INC. (T.O.W.S.C.) Premier program.
Applying team must be a minimum of the Under-13 age group.
Applying team must have finished in first or second place in their respective league play.
STATE CUP PERFORMANCE:
Applying team must have entered the open state cup play. All premier teams must enter the open state cup. Open state cup winners are automatically a TOWSC Premier team regardless of age.
Applying teams must have performed well at tournaments entered playing in the highest available level of competition (I.E. Premier Div., Champions Div., ETC…) Applying team must have entered and performed well in at least two (2) major tournaments from Appendix B and played in the highest level of competition within that tournament. If a premier team would like to attend a tournament that is not included in the list of tournaments in Appendix B and use it as a premier qualifying tournament, the team coach or manager must submit the name of the tournament, and official list of teams that have previously attended the tournament, and whenever possible the website of the tournament. The VP of premier will then research and make final determination on whether or not the tournament can be regarded as premier level.
Applying team, both coaches and players will be interviewed by T.O.W.S.C. Vice President responsible for the premier program; Director of coaching and player development; and the president, as to the applying team’s level of commitment.
USA MAJOR TOURNAMENT LISTINGS
Major Boys Tournaments
Tournament Name State Tournament Name State
Atlanta Cup Georgia NHB Cup California South
Bethesda Thanksgiving Maryland Nike Cup Oregon
Celtic Cup California South Nomads Spring Showcase California South
Columbia Memorial Day Maryland Nomads Thanksgiving California South
Cocoa Beach Florida PDA Spring Kickoff New Jersey
Dallas cup Texas North Potomac Memorial Day Maryland
DAYCO labor Day Ohio South Presidents Day Cup Arizona
Disney Soccer Showcase Florida Score At the Shore New York East
Fall Best of the Midwest Illinois Spring Best of the midwest Illinois
FC Delco Memorial Day Penn East Surf Cup California South
Germantown Invitational Tennessee Tampa Bay Sun Bowl Floridia
Irvine Nike Harvest Cup California South USA Cup Minnesota
Jefferson Cup Virginia Virginian Maryland
Metro FC Fall Classic Illinois Yardley-Makefield Penn East
Mountain State Invitational West Virginia Columbus Day
NCSL Capital Cup Virginia Spirit Kick-Off Classic Penn East
Major Girls Tournaments
Tournament Name State Tournament Name State
Adidas/Wolfpack Classic Missouri Concorde Challenge Cup Georgia
AFC Lightning Challenge Georgia Continental Alliance Cup Penn West
Alamo Cup Texas South Davis Girls Summer Shootout California
Arsenal Route 66 Classic California South DAYCO labor Day Ohio South
Atlanta Cup Georgia Disney Soccer Showcase Florida
Blast Invitational California South Edmond Beat The Heat Oklahoma
BlueGrass Elite Kentucky Fall Best of the Midwest Illinois
Blues Cup California South Farmington Savings Bank Connecticut
Breakwater Classic Louisiana Labor Day
Cajun Classic Invitational Louisiana FC Delco Players Cup Penn East
California Cup California North Germantown Invitational Tennessee
California Premier California South Glastonbury Hartwell Connecticut
Championship Spring Warm-Up
California Sun & Surf California South Greensboro Labor Day North Carolina
Capistrano Cup California South Shootout
Celtic Cup California South Hurricane Cup Invitational Oklahoma
Cerritos Memorial California South Internationals Season Finale Ohio North
Challenge Cup Irvine Nike Harvest Cup California
Charlotte Cup North Carolina Jags New Jersey
Jefferson Cup Virgina
Tournament Name State Tournament Name State
Just For Girls Invitational Iowa Orange Classic Florida
Kudzu/Magnolia Cup Mississippi PDA Spring Kickoff New Jersey
Memphis Superclubs Tennessee Pegasus Cup California
Metro Cup New Jersey Pensacola Coca-Cola Classic Florida
Metro FC Fall Classic Illinois Plano Labor Day Texas
Midwest All Girls Invitational Kansas Pleasanton Friendship Classic California
Mission Viejo Invitational California Potomac Memorial Day Maryland
Mission Viejo Pateadores Cup California Premier League Cup Arizona
Murray Cup Indiana Presidents Day Cup Arizona
Nashua World Cup New Hampshire PWSI IceBreaker Virgina
Columbus Day Raleigh Shootout North Carolina
Nike Cup Oregon Ross Haney Labor Day Penn East
Nike International California San Diego Surf Girls Cup California
Nomads Memorial Holiday California Score at the shore New York East
Nomads Spring Showcase California Sereno Pro Classic Arizona
Nordic Cup Vermont Slammers Classic California
North America Memorial Texas Spirit Kick-off Classic Penn East
Day Cup Spring Best of the Midwest Illinois
Oakwood Premier Invitational Connecticut St. Louis Cup Missouri
Ohio FC Nike Challenge Cup Ohio
Ohio Premier Invitational Ohio
Tournament Name State Tournament Name State
Sun Cup Virginia US Club Soccer National Cup Rhode Island
Surf Cup California USA Cup Minnesota
Texas Cup Texas Vulcan Cup Alabama
The Virginian Virgina WAGS Virginia
TNFC spring Cup Tennessee Wolfpack Invitational California
Tulsa Challenge Oklahoma Yankee United Invitational Connecticut
Urbandale Holiday Inn Fall Iowa
The Purpose of the TOWSC Scholarship program is to encourage qualified high school seniors who have been members of TOWSC to continue their educational careers through full-time study at post secondary educational institutions. TOWSC will award up to two $250 non-renewable scholarships to high school graduates. Each scholarship awarded will be of equal value. The TOWSC board of directors reserves the right to increase the amount of the scholarship prior to the April meeting.
Application requires the following:
Completed application form (attached Below)
Essay response (250 words max); please describe your personal goals and direction for the future; also include a description of any work experience or community service activities.
Official school transcript, including SAT scores. (You must hold a B+, 3.5 or 85 average or above to qualify for this scholarship)
Two letters of recommendation, sent directly to the president of the TOWSC board of directors.
Applicant must have been a member of a team playing for TOWSC for their junior and senior high school years and is in good standing with the club.
Proof of admission/enrollment in an accredited post secondary institution.
Deadline for Application submittal is May 1ST. Application must be mailed to the club.
Scholarship Recipients must be available for presentation upon notification. Usually the Fourth Thursday of June.
Scholarship recipients will be selected on the basis of their demonstrated character, scholastic achievement, school and community activities, work experience and TOWSC involvement.
Selection will be made by the TOWSC Board of directors.
TOWSC Scholarship Application
Applicant name: _______________________________________________________________
Age: ______________ DOB: ______________ M/F: __________
Applicant Address: _____________________________________________________________
City: __________________________ State: _________________ Zip Code: __________
Telephone Contact: ____________________ Email Address: __________________________
Yrs Playing Soccer: __________ Club Team/Years with Team: _________________________
High School Team: ___________________________ Number of Years On Varsity: ________
Date of High School Graduation: _________ College you plan to attend: _________________
Location of College: _____________________________ Major: _________________________
Parent(s) Name: _______________________________ Contact Tel#: ____________________
Players Signature: __________________________________________ Date: ______________
Mail Completed Application Materials (Including all mentioned above) to:
PO Box 217
Circleville, NY 10919
Application MUST be postmarked no later than May 1ST.
Trainer Fee Schedule
TOWSC By-Law Amendments
By-Laws written and adopted upon filing for 501(c)3 Status (April 2006)
By-Laws Amended July 2007 (College Showcase)
By-Laws amended February 2008 (Bank Account)
By-Laws amended April 2022 (ARTICLE IV (Section 3)